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Creature Comforts: NYC Holiday Edition

Holiday season is here, which to many means chaos. During a time when confusion and mayhem are the norm, it’s important to make time for yourself, to relax and take in a bit of the holiday cheer. Here are a couple of relaxation and dining recommendations for the holiday season.

The Django

The attention to detail is what makes a visit to The Django such a pleasant evening. Hidden under the Roxy in Tribeca, the Django recreates a toe-tapping and swinging Jazz Age. There’s a selection of classically strong cocktails, vintage décor and furnishings, and you can expect a superbly curated traditional Christmas jazz line up throughout December. Check the schedule to see what bands are playing for the week, and be sure to book a table in advance.

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Dream Downtown Hotel

The Dream Downtown certainly gets into the holiday spirit, transforming into a Christmas wonderland during the winter time. Its evening restaurant, Bodega Negra is perfect for an evening supper. Other restaurants include Megu, a posh Japanese cuisine spot, plus their rooftop lounge. Then when you’re done with late night drinks, head to the Electric Room where they have a rotating DJ set on Sundays. Dance the night away or simply sip and soak in the amazingly high energy atmosphere.

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Christmas At Metrograph

The Metrograph has quickly become an essential part of the NYC film scene known for their curated selection and dedication to projecting on 35mm film. For the holiday season, they’ve put together a Christmas series highlighting the nostalgia, celebration, and even melancholy emotions that we sometimes feel during this time of year. Add that to the spacious inspiring décor, amazing food and drinks, and L.E.S neighborhood magic, and you’re not just watching a movie, you’re in for a full night out.

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Scribner’s Catskill Lodge

If you’re looking to spend time away from the city, Scribner’s Lodge is the place to stay. It’s the perfect blend of cozy ski lodge, mixed with Brooklyn style décor so you’ll actually want to spend time there. There are fireplaces in every room, each guest gets a complimentary smores-making pack upon arrival, and you’re skips away from the Hudson Valley ski spot Hunter Mountain. It doesn’t get much better than that.

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Café Mogador

This East Village Café, built in 1983, is about as Manhattan as you can get: high ceilings, exposed brick, and beautiful giant windows that fill the place with natural light. Their lamb dish is incredible, but they’re famed as one of the best brunch spots in the city. Serving up signature morocaan-inspired cuisine, we suggest you go for the Moroccan Benedict and wash it down with a blood orange mimosa for a tasty weekend treat. If you want to avoid the brunch crowd and pop in for dinner, they have expertly braised melt-in-your-mouth tagines that won’t disappoint.

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