The Ultimate 2017-2018 Guide Around Bryant Park’s Holiday Market

Tis the season when holiday markets are in and Thanksgiving is already out before the day has even arrived! Out of all the holiday markets in New York City and also the only holiday market I have been to in New York City, Bryant Park’s Holiday Market is definitely the go-to place when it comes to getting into the Christmas/Holiday spirit!

As some vendors may stay yet some may go, here are the food vendors you need to visit this holiday season at The Holiday Market at Bryant Park:

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DŌ, Cookie Dough Confections

When it comes to the holiday season, hot chocolate truly just makes everything and anything better especially when you’re wandering a holiday market on a cold wintery day. Cookie Dough Confections aka Dō serves safe and edible customizable cookie dough and this year, they have opened their own booth at the market serving tasty hot chocolate with marshmallows and cookie dough along with some signature cookie dough flavors and an awesome box of bite-sized cookie dough for any family member who’s obsessed with edible cookie dough this Christmas. I would suggest checking this place out because the line for this place on any given weekend at their flagship store can be from one hour to two hour wait time.

Home Frites

If you missed Home Frites at Smorgasburg, you have another chance to catch this tasty treat at The Holiday Market – Bryant Park. Home Frites serves a delicious crafted hand-cut fries with a variety of homemade sauces that are made for everyone and anyone who’s vegan and gluten-free. My personal favorites of Home Frites are their Truffle Fries and Dutch fries. But because there are so many food stands to try at this popular market, maybe share with a friend because you will get full, real quick.

Max Brenner 

And if cookie dough isn’t your favorite thing in the world but hot chocolate is, Max Brenner is your stop when it comes to a slightly richer and sweeter hot chocolate. Max Brenner is known for their hot chocolate and their desserts from smores pizza to chocolate fondue. But just for a fair warning, I visited Max Brenner’s booth on a Sunday and they had a sign outside stating they didn’t have hot chocolate. If you do experience this when you’re at their booth, friends have suggested me their chocolate syringe is also delicious as well.


What other booths at this year’s Holiday Market at Bryant Park have you tried that you think I should try next? Comment below and check back at this post to see more suggestions as I try to visit the Holiday Market again sometime soon!

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