From a ski lodge–themed restaurant to a red-hot Korean barbecue pop-up, NYC is heating things up!
Monday, November 30
The American Museum of Natural History continues its annual holiday tradition of presenting an Origami Holiday Tree display; this year’s theme is Cranes and Colors.
Tuesday, December 1
Treat yourself to some Korean street-style barbecue at Osamil’s Pojangmacha outdoor pop-up, fitted with electric heat lamps above each table.
Wednesday, December 2
Hear from a few literary legends (Jennifer Egan, Victoria Redel, and Ben Schrank) during KGB Bar’s Virtual Homecoming Festival Fundraiser.
Thursday, December 3
This month’s Manhattan Bridge Projection Project Light Year installation, “Thresholds and Beyond I,” will be on display to the public all day long.
Friday, December 4
Get in the holiday spirit with a cup of Jingle Balls Nog or a spiced cranberry-and-elderflower–infused Christmapolitan at Miracle Pop-Up Bar.
Saturday, December 5
If you can’t travel to the Alps, just head to the Upper East Side for some käsespätzle and pumpkin spice glühwein at this outdoor restaurant–turned–après-ski lounge.
Sunday, December 6
Visit Brookfield Place’s Winter Garden to catch the shopping center’s annual art installation and light show.