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A new menu of warm cocktails, Belvedere-spiked hot chocolate, and fondue will be available.
‘Tis the season for holiday pop-ups, and several bars and restaurants around NYC are capitalizing on the time of year by rolling out seasonal cocktails and revamping their spaces to look like snow globes, ski lodges, and other takes on winter wonderlands.
Here are the holiday pop-ups swinging open in the coming weeks.
Huynh, who won Top Chef in 2007, helped EMM build Catch into a global empire.
He was also responsible for the pan-Asian menu at The General, the group's mega-flop on the Bowery.