With indoor dining closed and snow advisories upon us, Christmas Dinner delivered sounds pretty good right about now. Luckily, these Brooklyn restaurants have got you covered, whether you want a classic spiral ham, waygu hot pot, or lobster mac and cheese. Christmas Eve and Day Meals Antica PesaCost: individual dishes
BUSHWICK – In bodegas across Bushwick this holiday season, neighbors and shoppers will find something new among the quick-stop staples they shop for: art. The Bodega Advent Project, a joint undertaking between Bushwick Abbey and Iglesia de la Santa Cruz, will be creating a living advent calendar in 24 shops across
Brooklyn is a borough where 47% of residents speak a language other than English at home, as Borough President Eric Adams is wont to remind us. This holiday season, the Brooklyn Public Library is capitalizing on that linguistic diversity, offering an expanded slate of holiday programming in myriad languages. The
(A traditional Seder courtesy Wikimedia Commons)Brooklyn’s matzoh bakeries are working overtime in preparation for Passover, producing only the finest shmura matzoh, which celebrates the liberation of the Jewish people from bondage under the Egyptian pharaoh. What makes this Passover different from all the others for the last 800
Santa Clause waving from the roof of Good Shepherd Church. (Photo: Alex Ellefson / Sheepshead Bites)Christmas is Friday, December 25; if you are going away for the holiday, we wish you safe travels and good weather. However, if you’re sticking around the neighborhood, note that Christmas Eve, Thursday, December
Christine Bush/City Kid CornerGingerbread crafts are one of those seasonal pastimes that we both love and loathe. Sure they’re adorable, but how many times have you cursed the heavens after trying (for the umpteenth time) to balance those flimsy gingerbread walls against each other? The kids get frustrated.
Photo: joiseyshowaa / Flickr)Happy Thanksgiving from Sheepshead Bites, Bensonhurst Bean, and Corner Media Group. We’re taking a long weekend during the holiday. We’ll back, probably a little heavier, in a few days. We’re so thankful to our readers, supporters, and tipsters who make community journalism possible.