Williamsburg - Greenpoint

Situated on the border of two uber-hip Brooklyn neighborhoods, Greg’s Trees in McCarren Park is a sight to behold. Beneath the iconic towering sled (complete with giant reindeer) stands Li’l Shakee, the wackiest tree-cleaning machine you’ll ever see. Add to that our bicycle delivery guys and NYC’s largest selection of exotic trees, and you’ve got a truly unique blast of holiday feels.


Located smack in the middle of Bohemian Hall’s legendary open-snow-or-shine beer garden, Greg’s Trees Astoria has a distinctively Euro-Christmas flavor. An artisan Christmas market, open late into the night, completes the swooningly quaint picture. Don’t miss the lighting of the tree on Dec*** If you can’t make it, you’ll have to settle for our photogenic giant wooden reindeer and sled and Insta-ready holiday cutouts. And of course, New York’s best trees.

Park Slope

Speaking of lovely outdoor bars, stop by Greenwood Park Beer Garden on Dec*** to watch Brooklyn’s tallest Christmas tree light up the night.  Or come anytime, really, to marvel at the dazzling, decked-out decorations or the epic North Pole mural featuring characters from every old-school TV Christmas special (we’re not telling where the Abominable Snowman is hiding).

Essex Street

Greg’s Trees newest location, the Essex Street tree stand is filling the demand for a family tree-shopping experience in the LES. Decorative lighting, Santa visits, cutouts, and Christmas decorations galore await! It just may be the only stand in Manhattan that sells Grand, Noble, and Nordmann firs.

College Point

Greg’s classic stand. Set up in his own neighborhood, Greg Walsh has been selling trees here for over 30 years, and locals will gladly tell you the tradition behind Greg’s Trees. With the deepest tree discounts, fun holiday cutouts, and custom wreath- and centerpiece making, Greg’s Trees College Point is an institution for generations in the community. The flagship stand also opens for Easter and Mothers’ Day.

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