THANKSGIVING

EVENTS

The start of the holiday season is just a few weeks away. Whether you celebrate Thanksgiving with a traditional dinner at home or your favorite restaurant, this guide to some of our favorite restaurants, events, and catering ideas will help you and your loved ones get the most out of this holiday season.

MACY’S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE

Thursday, November 22

Experience the world's largest parade from the best seats “in the house.” Your Attaché has access to front row bleacher seats, so you don’t miss any of this annual three-hour event, featuring character balloons, the nation’s best high school marching bands, and musical acts, including performances by the casts of this season’s notable Broadway musicals.

FEEDINGNYC

Tuesday, November 20

FeedingNYC has been connecting with families in need throughout New York City since 2001. Join this amazing organization two days before Thanksgiving to help prepare, package and deliver holiday feasts to more than 35,000 New York City families. Visit feedingnyc.org for more details.

MACY’S THANKSGIVING PARADE BALLOON INFLATION

Wednesday, November 21
79th Street and Columbus Avenue
3:00 - 10:00 p.m.

Preview the larger-than-life characters for the famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The inflation takes place at the American Museum of Natural History on the Upper West Side, with the public entrance located at West 79th Street and Columbus Avenue.


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WINTER VILLAGE IN BRYANT PARK

October 28 - January 2

Featuring a 17,000-square-foot ice skating rink and more than 150 shopping kiosks, this renowned holiday market offers something for everyone, including jewelry, artwork, apparel, and home goods. There is also a wide variety of food vendors, offering everything from dumplings, to cheesesteaks, to waffles and donuts.

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RADIO CITY CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR

November 9 - January 1

Ring in the holiday season with the world-famous Rockettes. The 90-minute annual spectacle will feature a cast of more than 140 singers and dancers, an original musical score, and, new this year, a finale that includes 100 drones that take flight to create a groundbreaking magical holiday light show.

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NEW YORK CITY BALLET: GEORGE BALANCHINE’S THE NUTCRACKER

November 23 - December 30

The magical world of brave toy soldiers and dancing snowflakes comes to life, set to the iconic score by Tchaikovsky, in New York City Ballet’s annual tradition, the perfect way to make holiday memories with family and friends.