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The task of searching for a caterer for your holiday party in NYC can be daunting. Whether you're planning a cocktail party with hors d'oeuvres or a sit-down dinner, it's important to find the best food in order to impress your guests. Here are five of our favorite caterers for planning your party.
We love seeing Santas and snowmen begin to pop up in storefront windows, but we also look forward to seeing which stores decided to take the more non-conventional, controversial route. While we are all for the traditional displays, we also appreciate that holiday windows are a form of artistic expression. That said, click through to see which stores have pushed the boundaries in the past and given us something to talk about.
[The Wollman Rink at Central Park via]
A romantic ice skating date can be just what you need to heat things up with your sweetheart. Here's our date guide to the best rinks in NYC, with a list of activities to do off the rink as well. All our dining picks are in walking distance from their respected ice rinks. It's time to break the ice and impress your date with our romantic ice skating guide!
One of our favorite things about this time of year are the holiday shops and ice skating rinks that open up around the city. Check out this aerial shot of Citi Pond at Bryant Park. [Photo via @citipond]
[Saks Fifth Avenue unveiling last night via]
We like to think that NYC's Holiday window displays are one of the few things that can put even the most jaded New Yorker in the holiday spirit. There's just something magical about seeing our favorite department store windows begin to light up around this time of year. From Barneys' Disney-themed window to Bloomingdale's Cirque Du Soleil-inspired window, this year's displays promise to be nothing short of spectacular.
Proud NYC dog-owners came out to Tompkins Square Park on Saturday to show off their pooches wackiest outfits. From Justin Biebdog to Batman's Bane look-alike, check out the some top dogs from the 22nd annual Halloween Puppy Parade.
Halloween time has officially begun and New Yorkers are getting into the spirit of the season. Check out some of our favorite Halloween Instagrams from the fall so far.
October has just begun and Halloween is right around the corner. Though it's still early in the month, NYC's haunted houses are beginning to open their doors, allowing thrill-seekers a full month of scares. From the campy, to downright terrifying here is our list of the top 5 haunted houses in NYC. More»
What better way to kick off fall than Oktoberfest? We love an excuse to drink and dress up, and lucky for us we don't have to travel to Munich to join in on the fun. Beer gardens and bars throughout the city are hosting special Oktoberfest themed events, modeled after the German festival with lager, bratwurst, and oompah galore. So get out your suspenders and dirndls boys and girls because Oktoberfest is here! More»
Labor Day is just around the corner and it's the last chance to kick back, relax and have a few drinks before the summer is over. Whether you are staying in the city or headed out East this weekend, we've rounded up the best parties to attend so be sure to check them out! More»
Nothing rhymes with orange, so we're just going to give it to you straight: today is National Creamsicle Day, which is pretty much a free pass to slip out of the office this afternoon for a sweet treat. And lucky for you, NYC has no shortage of creamsicle-inspired offerings: with cupcakes, macarons, and more are all here for the taking (or the tasting, perhaps?), the world is your refrigerator. So go forth and conquer your sweet tooth, folks! More»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.