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Tuesday, October 1
Argentinean-style small-batch ice cream and sorbet comes in traditional and adventurous flavors including sweet potato with brie cheese, yerba mate and the popular sweet corn with cinnamon.
Wild-west decor charms cowboys and cowgirls of all ages at this friendly, casual sit-down West Village establishment. Texas-friendly grub with local fresh ingredients (except for the fritos on the fritos pie) includes an extensive, reasonable ($7-$8) kids menu.
Get a classic NY slice to go at this Greenwich Village institution (established in 1975 ), still owned and operated by 75-year-old Neapolitan native Joe Pozzuoli.
Indulge in an expansive assortment of 50 traditional and creative pies at this sit-down restaurant founded by an Italian father-daughter team. Also gluten-free & vegan options, as well as salads and starters.
Choose from 88 inventive flavors of texture-driven small-batch ice creams like Tahini Caramel and Black Coconut Ash and even French Fry (plus 'American Classics' including five variations of vanilla), in an old-fashioned ice cream parlor. Samples available (two per customer) Limited indoor and outdoor seating. Go early to beat the line (which moves quickly). Elaborate sundae bar available Friday & Saturday 6 pm-midnight.
Monday, December 9
The iconic arch frames a brightly lit 45-foot tree. Home of two caroling events: Unsilent Night and the more traditional Christmas Eve Caroling Under the Arch.
Tuesday, December 10
Hunker down in heated alpine yurts with spiked hot chocolate, gooey fondue and freshly baked cookies -- all made for sharing, plus plushy faux fur coat to wrap up in while you indulge. Also shop for wreaths and trimmings from The Manscapers and add sparkle to gifts in Yoseka Stationary's wrapping room
Monday, December 16
Explore over a dozen interactive illusions including an infinity room, head on the plater and more.
Arcadia Earth is a large scale multi-sensorial journey through underwater worlds, fantasy lands, and inspirational art installations. Powered by augmented reality, virtual reality, projection mapping, and interactive environments, explorers of all ages learn how small lifestyle changes will have a massive impact on the future of our planet. For every ticket sold, Arcadia Earth will plant one tree and donate to charity partner Oceanic Global.
Thursday, December 19
See Axis Company's winter show for children, adapted from the classic fairy tale by The Brothers Grimm. An interactive play with music features Axis' signature blend of advanced technology and live performance. Children in the audience will be encouraged to participate in many of the kid's challenges with singing and organized "shout outs." Appropriate for ages 4 and up.