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BRITTANY: To-Do List for December in NYC

Hey, Jets fans! It's Flight Crew cheerleader Brittany.

I don't know about you, but this is my favorite time of year in New York. I've lived here for almost four years now and still get excited to see the lights and decorations throughout the city. I know it may get a little chilly and the streets get a little crowded, but there is so much to see and do!

I was able to share this with my family this past weekend, so I've made a list for you all — my top five favorite things to see in New York in December.

Rockefeller Christmas Tree — Located at the heart of Rockefeller Center, it's a must-see! The lights, setting and size of this tree are amazing and definitely worth stopping by for.

Radio City Christmas Spectacular Show — The famous Radio City Music Hall is the home for this performance and is a Christmas tradition in New York. From the performing to the scenery, this show is a lot of fun for the whole family, and you get to see the Rockettes perform!

Ice Skating in Bryant Park — I know most people think of Rockefeller Center when it comes to ice skating in New York, but I prefer the rink at Bryant Park. It's a little less crowded, and you can make a reservation ahead of time! It's also surrounded by a ton of little shops that are great for unique gifts.

Holiday Window Displays — Macy's, Saks Fifth Avenue and the rest of the large department stores showcase their "holiday windows" each year. They're definitely a sight to see as they create a new theme and craft these extravagant displays every year.

Rolf's — This is a German restaurant located in the Gramercy Park neighborhood. If you're looking for a place to eat that really gets into the holiday spirit, this is the place! The decorations are amazing and it's a fun atmosphere to enjoy a good meal. Make sure to call for reservations if you plan on going!

Hope everyone enjoys these as much as I do! Have a safe and happy holiday season and we'll see you on the field in the New Year! J-E-T-S, JETS JETS JETS!


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