How to stay warm this December

The first winter month is upon us, and although we’ve been fortunate to have mild weather recently, we all know the snow and freezing wind is coming soon. So here’s a list of my favorite ways to stay warm and pass the chilly winter days in NYC. Enjoy!

imagesSip a Minty Mocha at Mocha Café
116 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003

Mocha Café is the “Central Perk” of the East Village. A small, cozy café on the corner of 7th street and 2nd Ave, it’s the perfect place to curl up alongside the window and people watch. They have a wide variety of hot coffee drinks as well as food and desserts. The Minty Mocha is a sure bet.

Catch an indie flick at Angelika Film Center
18 W Houston St, New York, NY 10012

This is my favorite indie theater in NYC because it’s centrally located, large and comfortable with good variety. “Imitation Game,” which is getting quite a bit of awards-season buzz, is currently playing.

Watch a show at Comedy Cellar
117 Macdougal St, New York, NY 10012

Top comedians often perform here unannounced, so you might be lucky enough to catch shows from Chris Rock, Darrell Hammond, Wanda Sykes, Louis C.K. and others. Grab a bite before or after the show upstairs at The Olive Tree Café.

Let tequila warm you up Mayahuel
304 E 6th St, New York, NY 10003

Another one of my favorite East Village spots, Mayahuel is tucked away below 6th street. Park yourself at the bar and enjoy a wide variety of mezcals and tequilas. I bet you won’t feel the cold by the time you leave!

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2 Responses to How to stay warm this December

  1. I could so go for that minty mocha! I still have not been to mayahuel yet. Sounds great.

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