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Whether you're a Christmas-lover like Lily or have a more bah-humbug vibe like Dash, it's a fact that the holidays are the most magical time of the year in New York City. During a year where we could all use a little extra joy, Netflix's new YA rom-com series Dash & Lily is the perfect escapist watch to ring in the holidays. From slices at Two Boots Pizza, to strolling the Union Square Holiday Market, to visiting Santa at Macy's, to browsing books at the famous Strand bookstore, Manhattan serves as the perfect, real-life backdrop for every festive dare. Ahead, follow in Dash and Lily's footsteps with their official NYC guide.

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