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Hunkering Down For Winter Or Not


It’s cold outside and the heat is cranked up inside. The key to NYC winter is layers you can easily strip off once you get to your final destination. And don’t forget to bring an umbrella? Yes, an umbrella. It’s winter but the snow can be more like rain and you’ll be happy you have one to stay dry.

Outdoor Dining

Yurts, glasshouses, snow globes, and cabins are the key to staying safe AND cozy at your favorite restaurant. Manhattan has perfected these immersive dining experiences: heated yurts at Fairfax, glasshouses along the water with beautiful views of the Brooklyn Bridge at Watermark, and life-size snow globes on the rooftop restaurant/lounge at 230 Fifth


Maybe you didn’t get what you wanted for the holidays? Or received money waiting to be spent? Take advantage of post holiday sales and log some indoor walking steps while shopping. If you stay at hotels in NYC with a view like Park Central, there’s plenty of places in midtown to explore: 5th Avenue, The Shops at Columbus Circle, and Chelsea Market. Don’t forget to look at their event calendar for fun entertainment, special deals, and pop-ups.


Of course, we can’t forget about the museums and Broadway. And just in time for Broadway Week ( January 18 - February 13) when you can get 2 for 1 tickets to popular performances like Lion King, Phantom of the Opera and Wicked. Hard to pass up. If you are already on 5th Avenue for shopping, include time for a museum on Museum Mile. January is typically when they start changing over their exhibits,making it a perfect time to visit.