Sing it with us: it’s the mostttt wonderful time of the year!
There’s nothing like the crisp chill of winter NYC air and the sights of holiday decor everywhere you turn to get you in the festive mood.
The city is undoubtedly one of the most magical places to be for the holiday season, and if you need further proof, just look below!
(These photos are all from this year, so you can still take in these sights any day from now through the end of the month!):
Lotte New York Palace: 455 Madison Ave
Upper East Side: East 78th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenues
Nothing like Dyker Heights, Brooklyn!
Saks Fifth Ave: 611 5th Ave
Harlem Meer: Central Park, west of Fifth Avenue, south of 110th Street, and north of the Conservatory Garden
Magical snow globe dining on Stone Street!
Where: 48th Street and 6th Ave, across the street from Radio City Music Hall
Where: 11 Wall St.
A surprise of snow this week!
Freeman’s: END of Freemans Alley (off Rivington Street between Chrystie and the Bowery)
How to see the most festive part of NYC this year…
Rockefeller Center: 45 Rockefeller Plaza
featured image source: Instagram / @rtanphoto