NYC Roundup: Holiday Traditions, Where to Eat in New York City & More
Happy holidays! In this month’s NYC Foodie Link Roundup, we look at holiday traditions, where to eat in New York City this holiday season and more. Pop up holiday markets, beautiful holiday displays, scrumptious pies and more awaits!
The Best Holiday Markets in NYC
Holiday markets are great for looking for unique gifts and for getting something delicious to eat! For more gift ideas, check out our blog post on best holiday gifts for foodies.
Bryant Park: Where to Eat, Drink and Be Merry at Bank of America Winter Village
Bryant Park’s holiday market, the Winter Village has a ton of mouth watering options that you have to check out with everything from cookie dough from DO to Chinese crepes from Mr Bing!
Macy’s Reveals New Windows for Holiday Season
It has become an annual tradition for us to check out the Macy’s holiday displays in Herald Square. It really gets us in the holiday mood!
The Subway Holiday Nostalgia Rides
Another holiday tradition for us to catch the holiday nostalgia subway rides. It is the only chance to ride 1930’s subway cars and it is a lot of fun. They run every Sunday from now until New Year’s. Also take a look at our blog post on things to look forward to this holiday season for even more ideas on fun things to do in NYC.
Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Photos Through the Years
This is great gallery of all the past Rockefeller Center Christmas trees. It is really interesting to see how it has evolved after all these years.
13 Spectacular NYC Pie Shops
Pies are a must for us this holiday season. This is an invaluable list of all the yummy pie shops across New York City.
Finally here are some of the awesome photos we came across Instagram and Pinterest this month. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #TakeABiteOutoftheBigApple on any photos of our food tour.
The iconic Rockefeller Christmas Tree
A beautiful shot of Fifth Avenue
Pinterest, Shared by Alex
Wall Street decorated for the holidays