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Brooklyn, New York Holiday Events

Experience holiday events in New York City for fun festivities that are world famous. From the televised and heavily trafficked Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade to the Christmas Spectacular performance complete with the Radio City Rockettes, Christmas comes to life in the Big Apple through each dazzling event and every storefront window display. Book your stay at Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Brooklyn to have all this holiday cheer just a quick commute away.

Things to See and Do in Brooklyn

  • Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

    It's a well-known fact that the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is Santa's first public appearance of the holiday season. Starting Christmas in the city, the parade is a triumphant march of the nation's best bands, biggest stars, and all our favorite floats. Take a time-out from turkey day on November 28th for the kids to feast their eyes on Snoopy, SpongeBob, Smurfs, Dora, and all the other kid delights.
  • Radio City Christmas Spectacular

    As an annual tradition, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular is one of the most popular events of the season. Since tickets sell out in a New York minute, you'll want to score your seats to this masterful performance. After your show in Radio City Music Hall, head a short walk away in Midtown Manhattan to the majestic tree at Rockefeller Center.
  • Times Square New Year's Eve

    The biggest ball drop in the country, thousands travel to New York City after Christmas for the Times Square New Year Eve. End the year in high style and begin the New Year in arguably the greatest city in the world. Set against the dazzling lights where the city never sleeps, you'll celebrate all night long during the last hours of the holiday season.

Brooklyn Dining

  • Traif New York

    Nestled in the hippest Brooklyn neighborhood, Williamsburg's Traif is one of the most talked-about, trendiest restaurants in New York City. This Christmas season, treat yourself to a world-class culinary experience. It's a date night that you'll never forget as you join nearly a thousand Yelpers singing its praises. Why let 2013 pass without trying a bacon doughnut?
  • Buttermilk Channel

    Take a break from your holiday shopping around Brookyln's hottest boutiques to dine at Buttermilk Chanel, situated in the fashionable downtown Carroll Gardens neighborhood. As you take in the holiday events in NYC, this is a great spot to sample a locally loved favorite. Whether you want the signature fried chicken and waffle special or a vibrant brunch bar, you're in for a treat.
  • Frankie's Spuntino

    With locations in both Carroll Gardens and NYC's West Village, you'll want to work Frankie's Spuntino into your next borough-hopping adventure. With world-class Italian favorites, you'll find cavatelli and ravioli that melt in your mouth. For fare you won't find anywhere else, you won't have to go much farther than our hotel's front door for memorable dining.


  • Manhattan Mall NY

    You can easily knock out all your holiday shopping while you visit the big city. Christmas in New York City means amazing shopping bargains and beautiful window displays at stores such as Macy's and Neiman Marcus. Get ready for great deals as you shop the biggest brands in fashion at Manhattan Mall, located in Midtown at Broadway and 33rd.
  • The Shops at Columbus Circle

    Delicious food and warm ambience marry for memorable holiday meals at The Fireplace in Brookline, Artisan Bistro in the Theater District, Eastern Standard in Kenmore Square, Bricco in North End, Smith & Wollensky in Seaport, and Clio in Back Bay.
  • SoHo NYC

    Lower Manhattan has become the trendy hub and happening hotspot, with a highly praised dining and shopping scene. Hit the boutiques, vintage fashions, and most buzzed-about brands of today right off the Spring Street subway stop. You can't miss this long list of trend-starting stores and shops in SoHo.