New York, NY
Posted over 2 years ago
Flatiron Public Plaza
OUT OF FREEBIE CHOCOLATES, but you can still take a selfie with the larger than life Godiva heart shaped box to hint to your bae 😝 (swing by Home Depot nearby for free kids kit! Kids don’t have to be present. And they said they might resume in person crafts in the coming months! 🤞)
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