With so much to do and so much to see, we decided to make things easier for you. We’ve created the ultimate NYC holiday roundup. From holiday markets, to pop-up bars, to shows – there’s something for everyone. Click through the links below to find all the info about what holiday markets you need to hit in NYC this winter. Get your drink on and be merry!
Festive holiday shops line the skating rink, including kiosks, eateries and more. And don’t forget about the rink-side pop up restaurant, Public Fare, which will be serving coffee, snacks, and sandwiches by day and dinner and drinks by night.
This European-style winter market offers over 150 local and national vendors. You can find handcrafted gifts, jewelry accessories, leather goods, artwork and lots of food (including Momofuku Milk Bar, Bar Suzette, Wafels & Dinges, and No Chewing Allowed). We’ll be looking for the brew-your-own-beer kits from Brooklyn Brew Shop…
The essence of New York City during the holidays. With constellations lining the roof and bejeweled trees scattered throughout the terminal, this experience is described as a “holiday gift.” You’ll find artwork, clothing, accessories, toys, and homegoods.
It’s like shopping on Etsy.com but in real life. Grab creative handmade presents from numerous talented fashion, beauty and lifestyle crafters. This pop up market will be in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
With over 100 booths, you’ll be sure to find some amazing handmade items from local artisans and snacks from vendors such as Hill Country Barbecue and La Sonrisa Empanadas. Yum!
The Queens’ classic Bohemian Hall beer garden transforms into an artisan market for the three Sundays before Christmas. Find unique and vintage merchandise as well as gluten-free baked goods, eggnog, hot cider and roasted chestnuts.
Curated by Brooklyn Makers, this bazaar is a blast. Shop for beautiful art prints, stationary, and jewelry while DJs play. Bonus: they offer free wrapping for whatever you purchase. And there will be warm baked goods.