The Shops at Columbus

10 Columbus Circle • New York City, NY 10019 • 212-823-6300

Monday to Saturday: 10:00am - 9:00pm   Sunday: 11:00am - 7:00pm

Baby, It’s Warm Inside

Tired of the cold weather? Escape to The Shops at Columbus Circle. Here, the temperature is always mild (set at a consistently pleasant 73 to 74 degrees), the views bright, the food heart-warming, and the entertainment lively. Sounds like a mini-vaca to us! Here’s your getaway plan.

Eggs Benedict

10 a.m.

Pack your essentials in a stylish tote, rally your friends, and meet at Bouchon Bakery. Warm up your day with a leisurely breakfast of eggs Benedict and chocolate croissants, served with an eye-opening view over Columbus Circle.

Stone Therapy at Equinox

11 a.m.

Make your way to Equinox for a deeply relaxing stone therapy massage using gently heated stones. Included in the cost of the treatment: access to the revitalizing steam room and the junior Olympic-sized pool, where you can swim in the heated waters.

Seating at Landmarc

1 p.m.

Lunchtime calls for Landmarc, with views over the treetops of Central Park. There’s nothing better than a steaming bowl of mussels with a side of fries to make you forget about the arctic temperatures outside.

Jcrew jacket

3 p.m.

Still need cold-weather gear to get you through these brisk winter days? You’ll find luxe cashmere scarfs and puffer jackets and vests for everyone in the family at J.Crew and J.Crew Men’s.

Ascent Lounge bar

6 p.m.

Now it’s time to relax over red-hot cocktails at Ascent Lounge New York. Order the Fred and Ginger cocktail, which is made with bourbon, amaro, and orange bitters and is as relaxing as looking out at the twinkling nighttime view over Central Park.

Jazz at Lincoln Center

7:30 p.m.

The perfect way to end the day? Book a table at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola at Jazz at Lincoln Center. With sizzling tunes and delicious bites, any lingering thoughts of cold weather will melt right away.

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