Quantcast

Holidays in the Neighborhood

About this feature

About this feature: Need some Christmas gift ideas? Struggling to find eight presents for all eight nights of Hannukah? DNAinfo New York’s neighborhood reporters are in nearly every corner of the five boroughs, which is why we can deliver the skinny on celebrating the holidays in the city, filling you in on where to go for kid-friendly activities and events in your community, how you can give back locally through volunteerism or donations and the best gifts from the mom and pop shops in your neighborhood.

Midtown »

Get gifts for everyone on your list at one of New York City's holiday markets.

Upper West Side »

Five-thousands runners are expected to ring in the new year with a 4-mile race. 

Gramercy »

From lights to garlands, these spots have everything to make your next happy hour merry and bright.

Lower East Side »

You don't need to go far to get all your holiday shopping done.

Inwood »

Holiday shopping is easy for Uptown locals with these unique gift ideas. 

Park Slope »

Get a "Team Slope" hat from a neighborhood barber or a handmade kitchen knife from a Gowanus workshop.

Greenwich Village »

Here's where to buy unique and original gifts in Greenwich Village and SoHo.

Chelsea »

You don’t have to leave the neighborhood to find the perfect gift for the holidays.

TriBeCa »

Here are several ideas for shopping local in Lower Manhattan.

Forest Hills »

The neighborhood has plenty of options for shoppers looking to buy for their foodies in their lives.

Union Square »

Get your holiday shopping done without leaving your neighborhood.

Greenpoint »

Books by local authors, an decadent cheese basket or a straight razor shave this holiday season.

Central Harlem »

Find everything on your holiday list by stopping right here in Harlem. 

Livingston »

From beanies to locally made beer, find the perfect holiday gifts in Staten Island.