From fancy tea in Brooklyn to a virtual holiday fair (so you can stay home and be productive this Black Friday), there’s plenty of NYC activities to be thankful for this year!
Monday, November 23
Pair your French press pick-me-up with this new Parisian café’s brioche chocolate babkas or Italian meringue lemon tarts.
Tuesday, November 24
Helicline Fine Art adds to its 20th-century American and European modernist painting and sculpture collection with its newest exhibition, “Cityscapes.”
Wednesday, November 25
The Shops at Columbus Circle gear up for the Christmas season with its “Holiday Under the Stars” exhibition, a colorful display with festive music and great views of Central Park.
Thursday, November 26
The holidays don’t look the same this year, but you’ll still be able to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade—from the couch!
Friday, November 27
Practice your best moves—or just try to stay upright—at Brookfield Place’s ice skating rink, which was named the number-one rink to skate in New York by Curbed NY and Thrillist.
Saturday, November 28
At Brooklyn High Low, you can choose from three different tea service experiences, each one offering a range of light bites and treats inspired by mid-1830s English traditions.
Sunday, November 29
Shop from the comfort of your own home with a little help from the Grand Central Virtual Holiday Fair, where you can find thousands of gifts all in one place.