Bryant Park


Your One Stop Gift Shop

Visit the Holiday Shops for endless gift giving ideas. With 127 specialty kiosks, you can't go wrong.

Erin Kestenbaum

“No sweat,” you’re undoubtedly thinking. “It’s only mid-November, and there’s all the time in the world to get my Christmas shopping done.” That’s a classic mistake. Face it, the best time to start your shopping is right now. Luckily, the Holiday Shops at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park are going full blast.

There are 127 shops this year, so there’s surely something for everyone on your list. We have some exciting newcomers this season. Angelrox offers sustainable, eco-friendly clothes from designer Roxi Suger. At NICA Ceramic Art, there’s beautiful ceramic art created by a collective of Nicaraguan artisans. Surya Brasil presents natural, organic, vegan hair care and skincare products from Brazil, including the award winning Amazonia Preciosa line. 

For sweet gifts, try The Jam Stand, which offers heavenly jams with flavors like Drunken Monkey, Razzy Gabby, and Sweet WINO Onion.  If you need to bring dessert to a holiday part, visit This Pie Is Nuts for vegan, paleo, and gluten-free pies, including pumpkin, key lime, and coconut, as well as Mexican hot chocolate from Chef Diana Cornell. And if you’re hungry during your shopping spree, stop by Blossom Du Jour for 100% vegan food that’s fun, healthy, and animal friendly. We recommend the wildly popular Midtown Melt sandwich. 

Before your visit, consult our handy directory of shops and download the Winter Village map.

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