Guide to Holiday pop-up shops

Max Brenner is at the Holiday Shops at Bryant Park.

Dylan’s Candy Bar
The store promises to impress with a life-size gingerbread house, the world’s largest candy Christmas tree and a daily assortments of handcrafted cupcakes.
Through Jan. 1
1095 Avenue of the Americas, 866-939-5267

MoMA design store at Grand Central Terminal
MoMA ‘s first pop-up shop at Grand Central Terminal’s Holiday Fair lets last-minute shoppers pick up goodies from a selection of tightly edited pre-wrapped gifts, ornaments, greeting cards and more.
Through Dec. 24
Grand Central Station, Vanderbilt Hall, 42nd Street and Park Avenue,
www.grandcentralterminal.com

Alesssi at Dekalb Market
The Italian kitchen and housewares company’s pop-up will feature gifts such as coffee makers, stainless steel spaghetti measures, purse hooks, spoon rests, chili crushers and more.
Through Dec. 31
138 Willoughby St., Brooklyn, www.dekalbmarket.com

Sant-A-Box at Dekalb Market
Forget the boring old mall Santa — take your tikes to Sant-A-Box. Visit Santa on weekends to pose with him in an eco-friendly, repurposed shipping container designed to look like a winter wonderland. On weekdays, grab one of the market’s costumes and snap your own shots.
Through Dec. 24
138 Willoughby St., Brooklyn, www.dekalbmarket.com

Warby Parker market
An old garage space in SoHo has been transformed into a holiday shopping experience. Inside, shoppers will find stylish eyeglasses from NYC-based frames-sellers Warby Parker.
Through Jan. 8
45 Grand St.,
www.warbyparker.com


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