Things To Do In NYC Thanksgiving Week
It’s time to get into the celebration of giving. If you are staying put this week, or entertaining out of town guests, the underlying question on everyone’s mind is what to do this week? Maybe you want to view the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade live, celebrate the holiday season with pre-drinks with friends , or bang out some shopping! Here is our list of things to do in NYC this week.
Thanksgiving Eve Live Music Happy Hour at El Vez
Meet up with pals on the eve of Thursday’s feast at Battery Park City’s Mexican restaurant and bar, El Vez. The eatery is turning things up a notch on their traditional Happy Hour with a guest DJ and live performance. Order the Prickly Pear Margarita, and the Sopes de Jaiba, which involves corn masa, medallions, Dungeness crab, jalapeno oil, and avocado.
LVMH-owned Clos19 is hosting a pop-up personalization studio in the Graybar Passage at Grand Central Station. Select customize bespoke gift bottles from their luxe portfolio of champagne, wines and spirits. Now through January 1, individual brands will showcase an exclusive offering for holiday gifting, each with complimentary options. Stop by for engraving with Hennessey X.O, personalization of arrows with Veuve Cliquot, and customization with Moet & Chandon. Click here to view the schedule of events.
Clos19 has also teamed up with artist and designer Max Poglia to present the perfect gift for the bar collector: A Limited Edition Gift Set of Barware Accessories. It features a custom corkscrew and mini pocketknife with a brass finish stored in a handcrafted leather travel case.
Luxury retailer LuisaViaRoma joined forces with Spring Studios with a holiday pop up. The pop up includes highly curated pieces with co-branded capsule collections dropping weekly including beauty products and treatments until December 15.
Find the perfect gift for foodies and Francophiles at this holiday pop up nestled in NYC’s West Village neighborhood at 257 Bleecker Street. The delicious shop offers signature classics including pâtés, mousses, and smoked ducked breasts , as well as Rillettes de Canard now until January 1.
Gather your squad for drinks at the Loews Regency Lobby Lounge, which conveys, charm, chic and luxury. Visit daily from 5-7pm for local, pre-batched libations and domestically- produced wine from the hotel’s retrofitted steamer trunk. A nod, to the golden age of the cocktail era where travelers would pack their possessions in wardrobe trunks for extended trips with fashionable glassware and antique apothecary-style bottles. Have an Old Fashioned incorporating Angel’sl Envy Bourbon, or a Sage Advice Martini involving Hangar One Vodka. Kick things up a notch and dress the part by donning a fabulous frock, pearls and a little sparkle.