5 NYC dining rooms tailor-made for holiday entertaining

By Jennifer Laing | November 18, 2016 - 3:59PM 

With several dining spaces—including one in the garden-level eat-in kitchen and this one, on the parlor floor—there’s space aplenty in this five bedroom, three-and- a-half bathroom townhouse at 74 Bank Street (yours for $26.5 million) to host all your holidays fetes and feasts.


Let’s talk turkey. And trimmings. And where you’re going to seat all the mishpocheh who are about to descend on you this holiday season. This being New York City, two things are certain: There will be visitors—and there will be a lack of space. But fret not! A successful Thanksgiving does not depend on the size of your dining room (or even kitchen). That said, if you should find yourself in the market for a larger space, here are a few places with dining rooms big enough to accommodate all your nearest and dearest.

If conversation should run dry, you can always just fall back on the spectacular view from the dining area of this duplex three bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath condo at 101 Warren Street (on the market for $8.15 million).

The nice thing about an open loft—like this 3,000-plus-square-foot three-bedroom, three-bath co-op at 652 Hudson Street (listed at $5.5 million)—is there's always plenty of room for adding an extra table (or three) to seat the overflow.

The dining area of this five-bedroom, four-bath rental at 555 West 59th Street (on the market for $29,500/month) is adjacent to the kitchen, which will make serving multiple courses a cinch. 

For a more formal affair, nothing beats a grand dining room with decorative moldings, parquet floors and an ornate fireplace, like this one within a prewar five-bedroom, six-bath co-op at 1060 Fifth Avenue (priced at $15.5 million). Bonus, you can work off the meal with a quick stroll in Central Park, located right across the street.


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