the bryant park winter village guide

The Bryant Park Christmas Village is one of New York's winter highlights and ice skating rink might be what truly puts the Winter Village on the map! BRYANTPARK.ORG. Bryant Park Blog: Shop the Season: Bryant Park Vendor Map & Guide Tree Lighting Returns to Bank of America Winter Village! Bryant Park. Bryant Park transforms into a winter wonderland complete with shops that sell apple cider, hot cocoa & nyc themed ornaments and a skating rink. The huge Read.

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Bryant Park in New York: Where is it?

During your visit you will discover that New York's Bryant Park  is one of the many small city parks found in Manhattan; the city is rich in small green corners and parks, but since Bryant Park is right in the middle of  the most trafficked area packed with visitors, commuters and workers alike, it still remains one of the most visited parks definitely worth a stop to snap some photos or perhaps just to watch the "world" that passes by all around you.

 

Bryant Park is located behind the New York Public Library and overlooks Sixth Avenue (aka Avenue of the Americas) its current appearance dating back to the last renovation from1980 that lasted 4 years. The project was developed with the support of the New York Public Library and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund in cooperation with the City of New York and the Department of Parks and Recreation.



The Map of Bryant Park and Surroundings


 



Among the monuments found inside the vibrant park, we would like to point out: The Josephine Shaw Lowell Memorial fountain in pink granite that was designed by the architect Charles A. Platt and given to the city in 1912. Walking on the left-side is the statue of William Earle Dodge (1885) brought to Bryant Park in 1941, his previous position was Herald Square. The park takes its name from the poet and journalist William Cullen Bryant and to represent and honor him, you will find his statue, as well as a bust of Goethe and Gertrude Stein (1794-1878). Moving eastward, you will find the kiosks that host several cafes with outdoor spaces, excellent to find some relaxation during long walks. But to the delight of children, here is one of the most popular attractions: The Carousel.



The Buildings overlooking Bryant Park

The Skyline formed by iconic skyscrapers and historic buildings surrounding Bryant Park is stunning, starting with the Republic National Bank Building of 1902 (corner of Fifth Avenue) - The Engineers Club of 1906 (No. 3 West 40th Street) - The American Standard Building of 1923 ( 40th West) - The 1904 York & Sawyer Architects Daytop Village is located at No. 50 West 40th Street - The Bryant Park Studio at No. 80 West designed by architect Charles A. Rich in 1901. On the map, above, we point out the attractions and monuments that are nearby.


If you love the Tourist Buses, aka the famous Hop on Hop off, take the Downtown Loop and get off at the stop n. 6 and walk around the neighborhood. Or, if you prefer to be accompanied by a local tour guide to get better knowledge of Manhattan and its surroundings, choose from one of our Walking Tours found here on the sidebar.



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What to do in Bryant Park: Summer and Winter

Activities and eventstaking place in Bryant Park are many in both Summer and Winter, making it one of the most visited and experienced "meeting points" for both New Yorkers and tourists alike. During the Summerthe Park hosts the Outdoor Film Festival and shows with various artists.

In Winter, instead, there is the popular ice-skating rinkand during the Christmas Holiday Season, the famous Bryant Park Holiday Marketwith the lighting of the Christmas Tree.

With our Newsletteryou can stay informed and up-to-dated on all latest news and events that take place in Bryant Park year-round.


Bryant Park with snow



Images - Bryant Park during the Winter Months

Bryant park during the Winter months is a true "Winter Wonderland" for young and adult. The park starts gearing up for Christmas at the end of October with the Christmas & Holidays Market and the Ice-skating Rink. In early December, they also do the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremonyaccompanied by a live show on ice (each year is different). You will also find a "food hall" with plenty of food and drink options including hot chocolate, churros, waffles, polentas, fries and much more!


Bryant Park and Winter Games
Bryant Park - Frozen Fountain

 

Bryant Park an d Ice-skating rink
Iced-fountain in Bryant Park

 

Источник: https://www.newyorkwelcome.net/explore/what-to-see/parks/bryant-park.htm

The Ultimate Food Guide To Bryant Park's Winter Village

The holiday markets are here, and Bryant Park is one of the most popular to visit! Take advantage of the winter season in NYC and the delicious food hubs located in Midtown.

1. KOTTI BERLINER DÖNER KEBAB

Did you study abroad in Berlin and miss it like crazy? Do you like kebab? Oh, you're vegetarian? Order the Kotti Special (with or without chicken) for a taste of real Berlin kebab wrapped in a toasted flat bread.

2. CHEESESTEAKS BY TRUFFLEIST

Get the burrata cheesesteak. These are pricier than the rest, but these sandwiches are drizzled in delicious truffle sauce and are made with local ingredients including grass-fed beef.

3. DAA! DUMPLINGS

Vegetarian options included! These areNYC authentic Russian dumplings - you can get them with beef & pork, potato & mushroom, lamb & feta, or chicken!

4. TRAPIZZINO


Carbs, carbs, carbs. Try the cute Italian pocket pizzas with various cheesy fillings made with much love and passion.

5. BOLIVIAN LLAMA PARTY

They're called salteñas, but they're traditional Empanada-shaped goods that are filling & cheap straight from Bolivia.

Источник: https://www.theodysseyonline.com/ultimate-food-guide-winter-village

The Winter Village at Bryant Park

Kicking off at the end of October, Bryant Park’s Winter Village opens the holiday market season in New York. Besides being the first to open, it’s also the longest-running, inviting visitors to explore their impressive array of booths all the way through New Year’s Day.

Debuting in 2002, Winter Village in Bryant Park is one of the most festive Christmas markets in NYC. The center of the city is a truly inspiring place to drink in the splendor of winter as you and your loved ones stroll down aisle after aisle of specialty vendors and themed attractions. Winter Village has lots to offer: an ice skating rinkwith free admission, holiday stands to offer seasonal bites, beverages to refuel, local crafts, jewelry, clothes, and many more cute baubles.

TRY THE CZECH TRDNLIK PASTRY INSIDE THE LODGE!

Though the Winter Village Chrismas market at Bryant Park closes on January 2nd, events run through January and February. The program for 2021 includes live performances at the Lodge, kids week, bumper cars, winter fitness, broomball, and exerskate.

New York’s Best Christmas Market

Midtown‘s winter wonderland is once again open for the season. With NYC’s only free admission ice rink, a huge variety of holiday shops, and even a full-fledged restaurant the Winter Village at Bryant Park is definitely the best Christmas market in NYC.  The market offers new and creative gift ideas, activities, food and a whole lot more. The atmosphere is always festive and is the perfect opportunity to get in the Christmas spirit right in the middle of Manhattan.

After a long day of sightseeing, the Winter Village at Bryant Park is a great place to grab a bite to eat. You will find everything ranging from mac & cheese to authentic German bratwurst.

The Winter Village at Bryant Park has a huge amount to offer. Countless stores ranging from home decorations, artwork, and jewelry to food sweets and gifts give you plenty to explore. You can really spend a whole afternoon here, ice skating, eating, drinking and enjoying the pre-Christmas atmosphere. It really is a magical place for kids and adults alike and is the only European inspired Christmas market of its kind in NYC. When we visited in 2016, we ended up going multiple times because there was so much to explore and it only gets bigger and better every year.

If you are looking for a unique place to have dinner definitely check out the Overlook restaurant. Located above the rest of the Winter Village, it gives you some amazing views of the surrounding skyscrapers, the ice rink, and the rest of the beautifully decorated Bryant Park. For us, this is definitely the highlight this year and we highly recommend you visit.

Overview of all the stores and food vendors

To take a look at what you can expect once you get there in terms of food, shopping and more, click the button below. You will find a filterable list of all the stores and shops so you can already take a look at which ones might be interesting for you!

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MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — It wouldn't be a holiday season in New York without ice-skating and gift-shopping in Bryant Park, and the annual festivities will return this month for the 20th consecutive year.

The Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park will run from Oct. 29 through March 6, 2022. Though organizers are moving "with an abundance of caution" due to the ongoing pandemic, all the time-honored attractions will be in place.

The biggest attraction, of course, is the outdoor skating rink, the city's only free-admission ice-skating venue. Skate rentals can be reserved online, and new reservation dates will be released on a rolling basis throughout the season.

Find out what's happening in Midtown-Hell's Kitchen with free, real-time updates from Patch.

Then there's the open-air holiday market, which will be feature more than 170 new and returning merchants, open through Jan. 2, 2022.

Masks will be recommended for visitors, and high-touch surfaces and shared rental equipment will be cleaned regularly.

Find out what's happening in Midtown-Hell's Kitchen with free, real-time updates from Patch.

A full lineup of vendors will be publicized in the coming days, organizers said in a news release.

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Christmas Markets in New York City

This post lists the top 10 Christmas/Holiday markets in New York City, including tips on how to reach them, what you can do and buy, updated for 2021.

Be sure to read our full guide on Christmas in NYC.


MANHATTAN CHRISTMAS MARKETS

The holiday season in New York City is one of the most festive and beautiful times of the year.

It is also a shopper’s paradise – if you like unique items, artisan gifts, crafts, and souvenirs.  

From November through January, there are holiday markets in the city that sell special holiday items as well as jewelry, clothing, arts and crafts, and so much more.
Even if you don’t plan on shopping, the atmosphere is fun and many markets offer fantastic food and warm drinks. 

TIP: Check a market's website before heading out to make sure there have been no changes to their schedule or locations. 

Click on the map to enlarge it.


A - Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park 

This is one of the prettiest and most centrally-located holiday markets in NYC. It surrounds the ice-skating rink in the middle of the park, making the atmosphere magical.

The market is so special, it's included in our pay-what-you-wish Holiday Lights and Window Displays Tour.

Stalls sell all kinds of items, like winter clothing, Christmas decorations, jewelry, local foods, and more.

You can also snack at food stands with a variety of treats, hot drinks, kettle corn, and holiday sweets.

This year, Winter Village has implemented some safety measures like contactless payments and more space between kiosks. Read more here.

  • Dates: Late October 2021 - Early January 2022
  • Hours: Monday -Friday 11 am-8 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10 am-8 pm
  • Location: Bryant Park, 40th to 42nd Street between 5th and 6th Avenue 

TIP: Bryant Park is a stop on our Midtown Manhattan Tour as well as our GPS-enabled audio tour of Midtown Manhattan.


B - Grand Central Terminal Holiday Fair  

What a spectacular location for a holiday market!

Better still, it's indoors so, you’ll keep warm while perusing the dozens of shopping stalls with an array of holiday gifts.

You can find clothing for adults and children, accessories, bath and body items, collectible toys, holiday items, and more.

Learn about this historic train terminal from our free guide to Grand Central Terminal or join us on one of our pay-what-you-wish guided tours of Grand Central. 

We also have a GPS-enabled audio tour version.


C - Union Square Holiday Market

This is quite a large market with a downtown, funky vibe. Over 100 vendors fill the park and the atmosphere is jovial. 

You'll find truly unique items here, many with New York themes.

From hand-blown glass housewares, bags, and accessories made from recycled plastic (eco-friendly!), Tibetan crafts, and more!

And of course, you shouldn’t shop on an empty stomach so try some of the sweet and savory treats or a hot apple cider!

  • Dates: November 18th, 2021 - December 24th, 2021.
  • Location: Union Square at 14th Street.

D - Columbus Circle Holiday Market 

Located at Central Park’s southwest corner is the historic Columbus Circle with a medium-sized market.

It's a great place to stop by after ice skating in Central Park.

Treat yourself to hot cocoa and gingerbread while browsing the stalls.

This is the only market with a stand that serves hot mulled wine (Gluhwein) and German Beer at their Bratwurst Stand.

  • Dates: November 27th, 2021 - December 24th, 2021.
  • Location: West 59th Street and Broadway.

Read our guide to Central Park or take one of our Central Park Tours that start next to the market.


E - Crafts at St. John's the Divine Cathedral

This three-day arts and crafts fair is held inside one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the entire country and showcases some of the finest craftspeople in a truly divine atmosphere.

  • Dates: Canceled for 2021.
  • Admission: Normally $10; Students and Seniors $8
  • Location: 1047 Amsterdam Ave at 112th St.

St. John the Divine is located in Morningside Heights and is adjacent to Harlem.

For Seinfeld fans, Tom's Restaurant, whose exterior was used for the gang's coffee shop, is located a short walk away. See our guide to Seinfeld sights in NYC.


F - Artists and Fleas at Chelsea Market 

The items here are ‘funkier’ than you find at some of the other markets as they are made by independent designers, emerging artists, and vintage collectors.  

Before or after your visit, explore more of Chelsea Market. We have a post to help guide you through this huge and interesting shopping location.

Join our Highline and Chelsea tour if it suits your schedule!

  • Dates: Thursday - Monday
  • Hours: 11 am - 7 pm
  • Location: Chelsea Market, 88 10th Avenue at 15th Street

 


BROOKLYN + QUEENS CHRISTMAS MARKETS

There are several fantastic Christmas and holiday markets in Brooklyn and Queens, but below are the most accessible for visitors to the city.

Be sure to read our guide of things to do in Brooklyn.


G - Brooklyn Flea  

If you like one-of-a-kind treasures like vintage hip furniture and housewares, vintage clothing, trendy antiques, collectibles, jewelry, and more, the Brooklyn Flea is a must!  

For the winter season, including the holidays, the Flea is usually located indoors at the Atlantic Center, a great indoor mall in Downtown Brooklyn.

  • Dates:  Every Sunday through December 19th from 10 am - 5 pm. Check their website for directions and other information.
  • Location: DUMBO by the Archway at 80 Pearl St.

During the rest of the year, from April to October, the Flea can be found in Williamsburg at Kent Ave. and N. 6th Street on Saturdays 10 am-5 pm and in DUMBO under the Manhattan Bridge on Sundays from 10 am-5 pm.


H- Renegade Craft Fair 

With over 150 vendors, this is the world’s largest curated exhibition of independent crafts. 

The fair features hundreds of craft makers, artisanal food and drinks, and great music, and good times.

Renegade holds fairs worldwide throughout the year. They come to New York three times a year, each time at a different venue, so always check their website for any changes.

  • Dates: December 4th - 5th, 2021.
  • Hours: 11 am - 5 pm
  • Location: Brooklyn Expo Center, 72 Noble St., Brooklyn

TIP: For those who love crafts fairs, Renegade is held in major cities throughout the year like San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Boston, and even London!


I - Bust Magazine Craftacular and Food Fair Holiday

Located in the super cool Industry City in the waterfront area of Sunset Park in Brooklyn.

You can actually take the East River Ferry here! You'll get great views on your way to the fair. 

More than 200 vendors will be out at this two-day holiday shopping extravaganza showcasing handmade, vintage, and craft items as well as tasty treats.

  • Dates: To be determined
  • Hours:  Saturday and Sunday: 11 am-7 pm
  • Location: Industry City, Factory Floor, 242 37th Street, Brooklyn

J -  Astoria Market 

Maybe a bit more about the food and drink than shopping, the market is located in the Main Hall of the famous Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden.

Here you will find an artisan market filled with handmade items, vintage goods, and baked treats.

  • Dates: Unconfirmed for 2021.
  • Hours: 12 pm - 6 pm
  • Location: Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden, 29-19 24th Avenue between 29th and 31st Streets, Astoria, Queens

Источник: https://freetoursbyfoot.com/christmas-markets-in-new-york-city/

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MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — It wouldn't be a holiday season in New York without ice-skating and gift-shopping in Bryant Park, and the annual festivities will return this month for the 20th consecutive year.

The Bank of The bryant park winter village guide Winter Village at Bryant Park will run from Oct. 29 through March 6, 2022. Though organizers are moving "with an abundance of caution" due to the ongoing pandemic, all the time-honored attractions will be in place.

The biggest attraction, of course, is the outdoor skating rink, the city's only free-admission ice-skating venue. Skate rentals can be reserved online, and new reservation dates will be released on a rolling basis throughout the season.

Find out what's cambridge savings bank customer service in Midtown-Hell's Kitchen with free, real-time updates from Patch.

Then there's the open-air holiday market, which will be feature more than 170 new and returning merchants, open through Jan. 2, 2022.

Masks will be recommended for visitors, and high-touch surfaces and shared rental equipment will be cleaned regularly.

Find out what's happening in Midtown-Hell's Kitchen with free, real-time updates from Patch.

A full lineup of vendors will be publicized in the coming days, organizers said in a news release.

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The 9 Best Places to Eat at Bryant Park's Winter Village

There are almost too many tourist activities to do in New York City, especially during Christmas time.  There's the Rockefeller tree, site seeing, the Sax windows, and shopping. The charles schwab routing number checking account almost seem endless and it's hard to pick one activity to satisfy everyone in your group. To me, Bryant Park is the best option. Bryant Park's Pier Village has a little bit of everything: food, shopping, a tree, and even ice skating.  

Bryant Park's Pier Village is set up every year around Christmas time. In the center of the park is an ice rink, and surrounding the rink are different holiday shops as well as food stands. You would be surprised at the gourmet food you can find in these small kiosks.  There are even close to too many options in Bryant Park of where to eat and shop, but you can't go wrong with these places.

1.  Crepe Café

The Crepe Café kiosk is great if you're with a group and some want dessert while others want a more savory meal.  My favorite, though, is the banana Nutella crepe, because I can't resist anything with Nutella.

2.  Dulcina Churro 

Again, how could you not want a warm churro filled with Nutella?  These churros are a must for me.  They're easy to eat and carry while you walk around the park too (don't feel obligated to share them).

3.  Sigmund's 

These pretzels are major step up from the dry soft pretzels you can get at a baseball game. If you haven't noticed a theme, I would of course recommend the cinnamon raisin pretzel dipped in Nutella. But, if you're in the mood for something else, the cheddar truffle pretzel with their whole grain mustard dip is fantastic.

4.  Big Apple Cider 

If you're still searching for that the bryant park winter village guide taste during Christmas time, then this is the perfect stand for you.  Big Apple Cider has the best  sweet and tart balance you savor in any cup of cider. You can order your apple cider iced or hot, but on a cold Christmas night walking around the park, I recommend sipping on a hot apple cider.

5.  Black Iron Burger

That's right, Black Iron Burger has a pop up stand in Bryant Park. Just take a look at these loaded fries, how can you not indulge in all of that cheese and bacon?

6.  Chick'n Cone

You can get your chicken and waffle fix here too.  The classic southern dish can be found in a little stand in Bryant park, with a little twist. Chick'n Cone switches up the classic chicken and waffles by putting the chicken in a waffle cone, it's the portable dessert-like version of your favorite comfort meal.

7.  Veselka 

I haven't personally been to this food stand, but I have been told that the bryant park winter village guide short rib pierogi and the hot dog are the best choices.  Bryant Park has really upped its game in offering more food options in the village, and I am dying to try this new stand.

8.  Waffles and Dingess

Waffles and Nutella, need I say more?

9.  Max Brenner 

Last, but certainly not least, is my personal favorite.  If you love chocolate, then this is the absolute spot to stop at.  This hot chocolate is more rich and decadent than any other hot chocolate you will ever try.  It is pricy, around $5 for the small cup, but I highly recommend sharing it with a friend because it's so rich it may be hard to finish on your own

10.  Sabon

I know this isn't food, but while you take a break to digest, you have to shop at Sabon.  They have the best beauty and skin care products, and many samples to try.  Even if you don't buy anything, sample their exfoliating salts on your hands. In the cold, dry, winter weather, you'll be amazed how nice your hands will feel. Then get some hot chocolate because the Max Brenner kiosk is right across from here.

I'm serious though, if you don't go anywhere else in Bryant Park, you must stop at Max Brenner for the hot chocolate.  

Everyone always talks the bryant park winter village guide how beautiful and magical Christmas time in the city is, and they're right.  It's worth the trip. Definitely see the Rockefeller Center tree, but then get away from that overwhelming crowd and head to Bryant Park. It has everything you may need: ice skating, shopping, and many different food choices for any type of eater. Did I mention there's a Carousel?  Don't worry, you'll spend your entire day walking around the park, so enjoy that Nutella and have a Merry Christmas.

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Christmas Markets in New York City

This post lists the top 10 Christmas/Holiday markets in New York City, including tips on how to reach them, what you can do and buy, updated for 2021.

Be sure to read our full guide on Christmas in NYC.


MANHATTAN CHRISTMAS MARKETS

The holiday season in New York City is one of the most festive and beautiful times of the year.

It is also a shopper’s paradise – if you like unique items, artisan gifts, crafts, and souvenirs.  

From November through January, there are holiday markets in the city that sell special holiday items as well as jewelry, clothing, arts and crafts, and so much more.
Even if you don’t plan on shopping, the atmosphere is fun and many markets offer fantastic food and warm drinks. 

TIP: Check a market's website before heading out to make sure there have been no changes the bryant park winter village guide their schedule or locations. 

Click on the map to enlarge it.


A - Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park 

This is one of the prettiest and most centrally-located holiday markets in NYC. It surrounds the ice-skating rink in the middle of the park, making the atmosphere magical.

The market is so special, it's included in our pay-what-you-wish Holiday Lights and Window Displays Tour.

Stalls sell all kinds of items, like winter clothing, Christmas decorations, jewelry, local foods, and more.

You can also snack at food stands with a variety of treats, hot drinks, kettle corn, and holiday sweets.

This year, Winter Village has implemented some safety measures like contactless payments and more space between kiosks. Read more here.

  • Dates: Late October 2021 - Early January 2022
  • Hours: Monday -Friday 11 am-8 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10 am-8 pm
  • Location: Bryant Park, 40th to 42nd Street between 5th and 6th Avenue 

TIP: Bryant Park is a stop on our Midtown Manhattan Tour as well as our GPS-enabled audio tour of Midtown Manhattan.


B - Grand Central Terminal Holiday Fair  

What a spectacular location for a holiday market!

Better still, it's indoors so, you’ll keep warm while perusing the dozens of shopping stalls with an array of holiday gifts.

You can find clothing for adults and children, accessories, bath and body items, collectible toys, holiday items, and more.

Learn about this historic train terminal from our free guide to Grand Central Terminal or join us on one of our pay-what-you-wish guided tours of Grand Central. 

We also have a GPS-enabled audio tour version.


C - Union Square Holiday Market

This is quite a large market with a downtown, funky vibe. Over 100 vendors fill the park and the atmosphere is jovial. 

You'll find truly unique items here, many with New York themes.

From hand-blown glass housewares, bags, and accessories made from recycled plastic (eco-friendly!), Tibetan crafts, and more!

And of course, you shouldn’t shop on an empty stomach so try some of the sweet and savory treats or a hot apple cider!

  • Dates: November 18th, 2021 - December 24th, 2021.
  • Location: Union Square at 14th Street.

D - Columbus Circle Holiday Market 

Located at Central Park’s southwest corner is the historic Columbus Circle with a medium-sized market.

It's a great place to stop by after ice skating in The bryant park winter village guide Park.

Treat yourself to hot cocoa and gingerbread while browsing the stalls.

This is the only market with a stand that serves hot mulled wine (Gluhwein) and German Beer at their Bratwurst Stand.

  • Dates: November 27th, 2021 - December 24th, 2021.
  • Location: West 59th Street and Broadway.

Read our guide to Central Park or take one of our Central Park Tours that start next to the market.


E - Crafts at St. John's the Divine Cathedral

This three-day arts and crafts fair is held inside one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the entire country and showcases some of the finest craftspeople in a truly divine atmosphere.

  • Dates: Canceled for 2021.
  • Admission: Normally $10; Students and Seniors $8
  • Location: 1047 Amsterdam Ave at 112th St.

St. John the Divine is located in Morningside Heights and is adjacent to Harlem.

For Seinfeld fans, Tom's Restaurant, whose exterior was used for the gang's coffee shop, is located a short walk away. See our guide to Seinfeld sights in NYC.


F - Artists and Fleas at Chelsea Market 

The items here are ‘funkier’ than you find at some of the other markets as they are made by independent designers, emerging artists, and vintage collectors.  

Before or after your visit, explore more of Chelsea Market. We have a post to help guide you through this huge and interesting shopping location.

Join our Highline and Chelsea tour if it suits your schedule!

  • Dates: Thursday - Monday
  • Hours: 11 am - 7 pm
  • Location: Chelsea Market, 88 10th Avenue at 15th Street

 


BROOKLYN + QUEENS CHRISTMAS MARKETS

There are several fantastic Christmas and holiday markets in Brooklyn and Queens, but below are the most accessible for visitors to the city.

Be sure to read our guide of things to do in Brooklyn.


G - Brooklyn Flea  

If you like one-of-a-kind treasures like vintage hip furniture and housewares, vintage clothing, trendy antiques, collectibles, jewelry, and more, the Brooklyn Flea is a must!  

For the winter season, including the holidays, the Flea is usually located indoors at the Atlantic Center, a great indoor mall in Downtown Brooklyn.

  • Dates:  Every Sunday through December 19th from 10 am - 5 pm. Check their website for directions and other information.
  • Location: DUMBO by the Archway at 80 Pearl St.

During the rest of the year, from April to October, the Flea can be found in Williamsburg at Kent Ave. and N. 6th Street on Saturdays 10 am-5 pm and in DUMBO under the Manhattan Bridge on Sundays from 10 am-5 pm.


H- Renegade Craft Fair 

With over 150 vendors, this is the world’s largest curated exhibition of independent crafts. 

The fair features hundreds of craft makers, artisanal food and drinks, and great music, and good times.

Renegade holds fairs worldwide throughout the year. They come to New York three times a year, each time at a different venue, so always check their website for any changes.

  • Dates: December 4th - 5th, 2021.
  • Hours: 11 am - 5 pm
  • Location: Brooklyn Expo Center, 72 Noble St., Brooklyn

TIP: For those who love crafts fairs, Renegade is held in major cities throughout the year like San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Boston, and even London!


I - Bust Magazine Craftacular and The bryant park winter village guide Fair Holiday

Located in the super cool Industry City in the waterfront area of Sunset Park in Brooklyn.

You can actually take the East River Ferry here! You'll get great views on your way to the fair. 

More than 200 vendors will be out at this two-day the bryant park winter village guide shopping extravaganza showcasing handmade, vintage, and craft items as well as the bryant park winter village guide treats.

  • Dates: To be determined
  • Hours:  Saturday and Sunday: 11 am-7 pm
  • Location: Industry City, Factory Floor, 242 37th Street, Brooklyn

J -  Astoria Market 

Maybe a bit more about the food and drink than shopping, the market is located in the Main Hall of the famous Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden.

Here you will find an artisan market filled with handmade items, vintage goods, and baked treats.

  • Dates: Unconfirmed for 2021.
  • Hours: 12 pm - 6 pm
  • Location: Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden, 29-19 24th Avenue between 29th and 31st Streets, Astoria, Queens

Источник: https://freetoursbyfoot.com/christmas-markets-in-new-york-city/

The Winter Village at Bryant Park

Kicking hd movies captain america the winter soldier at the end of October, Bryant Park’s Winter Village opens the holiday market season in New York. Besides being the first to open, it’s also the longest-running, inviting visitors to explore their impressive array of booths all the way through New Year’s Day.

Debuting in 2002, Winter Village in Bryant Park is one of the most festive Christmas markets in NYC. The center of the city is a truly inspiring place to drink in the splendor of winter as you and your loved ones stroll down aisle after aisle of specialty vendors and themed attractions. Winter Village has lots to offer: an ice skating rinkwith free admission, holiday stands to offer seasonal bites, beverages to refuel, local crafts, jewelry, clothes, and many more cute baubles.

TRY THE CZECH TRDNLIK PASTRY INSIDE THE LODGE!

Though the Winter Village Chrismas market at Bryant Park closes on January 2nd, events run through January and February. The program for 2021 includes live performances at the Lodge, kids week, bumper cars, winter fitness, broomball, and exerskate.

New York’s Best Christmas Market

Midtown‘s winter wonderland is once again open for the season. With NYC’s only free admission ice rink, a huge variety of holiday shops, and even a full-fledged restaurant the Winter Village at Bryant Park is definitely the best Christmas market in NYC.  The market offers new and creative gift ideas, activities, food and a whole lot more. The atmosphere is always festive and is the perfect opportunity to get in the Christmas spirit right in the middle of Manhattan.

After a long day of sightseeing, the Winter Village at Bryant Park is a great place to grab a bite to eat. You will find everything ranging from mac & cheese to authentic German bratwurst.

The Winter Village at Bryant Park has a huge amount to offer. Countless stores ranging from home decorations, artwork, and jewelry to food sweets and gifts give you plenty to explore. You can really spend a whole afternoon here, ice skating, eating, drinking and enjoying the pre-Christmas atmosphere. It really is a magical place for kids and adults alike and is the only European inspired Christmas market of its kind in NYC. When we visited in 2016, we ended up going multiple times because there was so much to explore and it only gets bigger and better every year.

If you are looking for a unique place to have dinner definitely check out the Overlook restaurant. Located above the rest of the Winter Village, it gives you some amazing views of the surrounding skyscrapers, the ice rink, and the rest of the beautifully decorated Bryant Park. For us, this is definitely the highlight this year and we highly recommend you visit.

Overview of all the stores and food vendors

To take a look at what you can expect once you get there in terms of food, shopping and more, click the button below. You will find a filterable list of all the stores and shops so you can already take a look at which ones might be interesting for you!

View all shops at the Winter Village

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Источник: https://loving-newyork.com/winter-village-at-bryant-park/

The Ultimate Food Guide To Bryant Park's Winter Village

The holiday markets are here, and Bryant Park is one of the most popular to visit! Take advantage of the winter season in NYC and the delicious food hubs located in Midtown.

1. KOTTI BERLINER DÖNER KEBAB

Did you study abroad in Berlin and miss it like crazy? Do you like kebab? Oh, you're vegetarian? Order the Kotti Special (with or without chicken) for a taste of real Berlin kebab wrapped in a toasted flat bread.

2. CHEESESTEAKS BY TRUFFLEIST

Get the burrata cheesesteak. These are pricier than the rest, but these sandwiches are drizzled in delicious truffle sauce and are made with local ingredients including grass-fed beef.

3. DAA! DUMPLINGS

Vegetarian options included! These areNYC authentic Russian dumplings - you can get them with beef & pork, potato & mushroom, lamb & feta, or chicken!

4. TRAPIZZINO


Carbs, carbs, carbs. Try the cute Italian pocket pizzas with various cheesy fillings made with much love and passion.

5. BOLIVIAN LLAMA PARTY

They're called salteñas, but they're traditional Empanada-shaped goods that are filling & cheap straight from Bolivia.

Источник: https://www.theodysseyonline.com/ultimate-food-guide-winter-village
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