Beginning at 10 a.m. the Christmas-clad participants will down drinks at dozens of bars across Midtown.
Despite mounting opposition, bars in Midtown are telling this weekend’s SantaCon event to bring it on.
SantaCon, New York City’s annual bar crawl featuring thousands of red suits and red faces, will be toning things down this year.
Nobody attending SantaCon this weekend – and nobody else either, for that matter – will be drinking alcohol on Metro-North or Long Island Rail Road for most of this weekend.
New York City’s annual bar crawl featuring thousands of red suits and red faces is set for Saturday.
Organizers of the annual SantaCon pub crawl are exploring their options after deciding against moving the party to Bushwick, Brooklyn.
SantaCon will not be coming to Bushwick, Brooklyn next month as originally planned, published reports said Wednesday.
New York City police are looking into a brawl caught on video of a group of men dressed in Santa suits.
The annual New York City SantaCon bar crawl is underway despite the wintry weather.
After complaints about boorish, bar-hopping St. Nicks got attention from local officials and police, the event’s ringleaders are trying to quell the SantaCon-troversy ahead of this year’s gathering Saturday.
An annual bar crawl known as SantaCon that features people dressed as Santa Claus drinking their way through the city has been blamed for stopping traffic, clogging streets, and wreaking havoc around Manhattan.
Authorities are handing out a letter to several bars in the city, asking businesses to consider the negative impact that SantaCon has on the community.
Lt. John Cocchi, head of the Midtown North Precinct’s Special Operations division, has sent letters to 30 bars and nightclubs in Midtown and Hell’s Kitchen asking them not to sponsor this year’s SantaCon, a day-long bar crawl of revelers dressed as St. Nicholas.
The city of Hoboken cancelled the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade because of drunken rowdiness in recent years, but there will be something to celebrate.
A Christmastime tradition is set to take over the city Saturday, as thousands will gather to give meaning to the phrase, “Eat, drink and be merry.”