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This Week in NYC: November 21-27

Happy Thanksgiving week! Whether you’re heading to the ‘burbs for a quiet week at home or staying in the city to try your hand at the Macy’s Day Parade, we’ve got you covered for a festive week ahead.


Kick off the holiday season in style at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street Holiday Window Celebration. Join the iconic retailer for the unveiling of its 2016 holiday windows, which feature one-of-a-kind chandeliers designed by a group of talented visual artists. Before the unveiling, cast members of the Broadway show Dear Evan Hansen will perform songs from the show, in addition to a holiday favorite. 1000 3rd Ave., 5:30 p.m.


Anthony Bourdain fans, this one’s for you. The famed chef and TV personality is bringing a new live show, The Hunger, to Brooklyn tonight. During the event, Bourdain will reflect on the diverse culture and street cuisine he discovered during his travels to lesser-known locations throughout the world. There will also be a Q&A session and a chance to buy Bourdain’s new book, “Appetites.” BAM, 30 Lafayette Ave., 7:30-10:30 p.m.


Take advantage of the biggest drinking night of the year at Attic Rooftop’s Thanksgiving Eve party. Enjoy a one-hour vodka open bar in the Attic’s luxe enclosed rooftop space, which boasts impressive views of Manhattan. Dance the night away (to make room for all the turkey you’ll be eating tomorrow) to DJs spinning the best of hip-hop, reggae, EDM, latin and Top 40 music. Attic Rooftop, 251 W. 48th St., 10 p.m.



If you want to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade without the crowds, head to chef Marc Murphy’s new event space, HallMarc, for brunch with an amazing view of the parade. Chow down on a festive holiday brunch — featuring a turkey carving station, pumpkin pie bites, and other tasty treats — and get in the holiday spirit with fun activities like gingerbread house decorating. HallMarc 10 Columbus Circle, floor 3, 8:30 a.m.


We hope you had plenty to eat at Thanksgiving dinner yesterday because today is Black Friday, and you’re going to need some fuel to take advantage of all the great deals available today. If your apartment is in need of a makeover, head to ABC Carpet & Home for 20 percent off rugs, carpets, furniture, lighting, bed, bath, and mirrors. 888 Broadway



If you can’t get your holiday shopping done on Black Friday, be sure to hit up the Brooklyn Holiday Bazaar. It’s Small Business Saturday so you can feel good about shopping for fine handmade goods while enjoying delicious food, drinks, music, and craft activities. There will even be a free gift wrapping station, so you have one less thing to worry about this busy holiday season. 501 Union St.



Not full from the turkey leftovers? Try brunch at recently-reviewed Seamore’s. Seamore’s brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., 390 Broome St.


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