The theme for this year’s annual gingerbread house display by Le Parker Meridien and City Harvest is “Quintessential New York.” Bakeries and restaurants such as David Burke Kitchen, NORMA’S, and Rolling Pin Productions have interpreted mini gingerbread versions of the Chrysler Building, subways cars, and Coney Island, and more. The gingerbread display is open from December 6 to January 6 in Le Parker Meridien’s atrium.

Empire-State-Gingerbread_New-York-City_Untapped CitiesEmpire State Building by Le Monde

Chrysler-Building-Gingerbread_New-York-City_Untapped CitiesChrysler Building by David Burke Kitchen

Coney-Island-Gingerbread_New-York-City_Untapped CitiesConey Island by Rolling Pin Productions with Aperitivo Restaurant, Brooklyn

Gracie-Mansion-Gingerbread_New-York-City_Untapped CitiesGracie Mansion by Cupcake Cafe

Love-Statue-Gingerbread_New-York-City_Untapped CitiesLove Statue by Baked Ideas

Candy-Commuter-Gingerbread_New-York-City_Untapped Cities
The Candy Commuter by NORMA’S

New-York-Street-Scene-Gingerbread_New-York-City_Untapped CitiesNYC Street Scene by Butterfly Bakeshop

If you’d like to vote for your favorite gingerbread house, you can either visit the hotel and purchase a $1 ticket, or you can vote on their website. All proceeds from the votes will go towards feeding hungry New Yorkers and will enter you automatically for a chance to win a 5-night stay at the Parker Palm Springs.

Check out the making of a gingerbread brownstone block with artist Renee Baumann as well as other quirky City Harvest events.