Christmas Cocktails in Manhattan

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New York loves Christmas—the lights, the store windows, the parties! It’s the perfect setting for the most romantic date we can picture, especially when you throw in a little snow and a cozy place to share a cocktail. We can’t promise the former, but here’s a great idea for the latter: The Campbell Apartment

Tucked away (secret rendezvous?) in a quiet corner of Grand Central Terminal. Once the private office and salon of John W. Campbell, a 1920s tycoon, it’s been restored to its original splendor—the perfect setting for a glamorous cocktail lounge. The only question: what to wear? Why not a look that mixes Edie Sedgwick with modern day vixen, crossing high with low, classic with a little eccentric. So New York, no?

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