Lower Manhattan enjoyed a host of wonderful activities and milestones this past year. In this video – put together by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council – we get to see some of the major ones in review.
Christmas in New York City. The lights, the tinsel, the sheer magic in the air. As authoress Alex Flinn so eloquently put it: “This isn’t a fairy tale. It’s New York City.” It’s not hard to see – even now a few weeks before Christmas – that New York is getting into the swing and spirit of the festive time.
The Columbus Circle Holiday Market opened last week and visitors have been privy to nearly 150 vendors selling their wares. Organized by Urbanspace their press release states that the event is now:
“Deemed one of the most elegant and beautiful places for holiday shopping, the market will showcase a large collection of unique gift options ranging from art and jewelry to décor and home goods from local artisans and designers.”
Enjoy food and drinks from The Baking Bean and Fries + Beer, Jicama: California Street Food and more.
Over at the Magic Hour Bar on Moxy Times Square roof, check out the very first Pink Holiday Playground. Featuring 12,000 pink lights. Nikki McCutcheon, beverage director explained that the idea was to be “chic and sexy” offering a $26 Snow Globe Cocktail and $100 Pink Dough Pie among other menu items.