Fri. Jan 27th, 2023

Harry Styles has turned Madison Square Garden into Harry’s House for the rest of the summer, and New Yorkers are eager to celebrate (and capitalize on) the pop sensation’s 15 show lineup.

To kick off the pre-show energy, Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge, about three blocks from MSG, launched its own “Golden Hour”. Pre-show Harry Styles-inspired cocktails and food, plus a DJ playing all of Harry’s hits alongside stunning golden hour rooftop views are designed to get concertgoers hyped for the show. The “Golden Hour” will run from 6:00 – 8:00 PM on all concert dates from August 20 – September 21. Cocktail and food specials include the “Late Night Talking” Espresso Martini with lyrics printed on the foam, “You’re So Golden” Gilded Frozen Margarita made with 818 Blanco Tequila, and “Daydreaming” fuschia glitter gluten-free donuts.

And inside the venue, luxe cookie maker Last Crumb has unveiled an exclusive cookie as colorful and exciting as Styles himself. A specialty “Hip Hip Harrah” cookie in birthday cake flavors and rainbow colors will be sold at vendors within Madison Square Garden. Each cookie takes about three days to make, and is known for being hard to score on social media, formerly the only place to buy the exclusive cookies.

Additional Harry’s House treats at MSG include tie-dyed cupcakes topped with vanilla icing and rainbow sprinkles (sold in 3 and 6 packs) from Baked by Melissa, a rainbow assorted candy pack from Dylan’s Candy Bar, cotton candy dressed with a feather boa and jumbo pretzels sprinkled with rainbow salt

And for Harry’s last NYC performance on Wednesday, September 21, Chelsea Market’s Makers Studio, will host Harry’s Housewarming party with Fan To Band. Here, Harry Styles fans can meet up before the show, enjoy food and drinks from a Harry-themed menu, and take concert outfit pictures at designated photo ops.

Throughout Styles’ residency, Chelsea Market vendors will be offering special themed foods like a “Cherry Cream Scone” from Amy’s Bread, Ayada Thai’s “(Green eyes), Fried Rice”, “Music for a Sushi Restaurant sushi” from Lobster Place, a full roast dinner “From the Dining Table” from Dickson’s Farmstand Meats, plus more specials.

Whether you’re a full on Styler or just want to jump in on the Harry’s House tour craze, a delicious bite awaits in Manhattan.

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