Not content with Bryant Park's Winter Village, The Grand Central Holiday Fair, or Union Square's Holiday Market? Need something more to jumpstart that Christmas spirit?
Well, New York City's still got you covered.
Don't miss Lincoln Square's holiday festival, Winter's Eve, which is going down for one day only– today– from 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.
Say no to leftover turkey for the night– there will be food tastings between $1 and $4 under canopies in front of the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle.
Try some bites provided by over 30 vendors including Bouchon Bakery, BONMi, Ed's Chowder House, Magnolia Bakery, and Rosa Mexicano.
Their tree lighting ceremony will also be serenaded by live musical performers, you can check out the full list on their website.
In addition, there will be plenty of FREE family friendly activities for all ages, including circus performers strolling throughout Lincoln Square, Ice Sculpting by Okamoto Studio, LED hoops with Ellie Steingraeber, and performances by local school groups.
Don't forget to check out when and where to catch these activities.
Winter's Eve begins with the tree lighting at Broadway & 63rd Street and continues along Broadway from Time Warner Center to 68th Street.[via TimeOut NY] [Feature Image Courtesy TheOdysseyOnline]