By Gus Saltonstall
Tis’ the season, and the world-famous Columbus Circle Holiday Market opened for business on the Upper West Side on Tuesday, November 28.
The market will remain open through December 31 at Columbus Circle and the southwest corner of Central Park. It will be open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. from Monday to Friday, and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
“It’s the ultimate destination for finding unique treasures, enjoying winter treats, and sharing the joy of the season with loved ones,” reads an event’s page for the Columbus Circle Holiday Market, which has taken place at the location since 1993.
There are more than 100 vendors, offering items in apparel, art, beauty and wellness, food and drink, holiday gifts, home goods, jewelry, and provisions.
Here are some of the vendors that have stalls:
- United Leatherworks
- Modern Tibet
- 1980s NYC Subway
- Fabilous Cacao Butter
- D’Abruzzo NYC
- Brooklyn Roasting Company
- Wafels & Dinges
- New York Puzzle Company
- Christmas In New York
- Turkish Bazaar
- Milk and Rose
- Hell’s Kitchen Hot Sauce
You can find a full list of the vendors — HERE.
The Columbus Circle Holiday Market is managed by the public market company Urban Space, which also oversees markets at Union Square and Vanderbilt Square.
This year, there is also a new option to shop the Columbus Circle Holiday Market online. There are currently 577 items available to buy that come from vendors at the Upper West Side market.
More information is available about the market in general on its website.
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