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Christmas Eve and Day dining is a fabulous racket in Manhattan—with all the best restaurants open for business and happy to charge upwards of $150 a head, for the pleasure of spiking your eggnog, roasting your chestnuts, or stuffing your holiday goose. But you know how it is in touchy-feely Brooklyn—eateries largely elect to give their staff a break come Christmas, so they can take their kiddies caroling, have an actual sit-down dinner with...
Unless you have kids, gone are the days of trick-or-treating door to door on Halloween. So what can adults do to celebrate the holiday, besides stay home and watch scary movies, or join the drunken crush at some massive warehouse party, surrounded by a swarm of sexy pizza rats? Keep it classy this weekend, by attending one of the following restaurant-based shindigs instead, from a masquerade ball at Kimoto Rooftop Beer Garden, to a...
So you’re in Brooklyn for Christmas. On one hand, you know you’re lucky that you won’t have to deal with judgmental in-laws, angsty teenage cousins or your republican uncle, but on the other hand you’re stressed about basic human survival things like acquiring sustenance. Rest assured: this is not as scary as you may think (definitely not as scary as the personal questions your grandma starts asking when she gets drunk.) Although far fewer...
There’s no doubt that Hispanic and Latino Americans have played a vital role in shaping NYC’s cultural identity; after all, they currently account for approximately 28.6% of the total population. And nowhere is that more succinctly expressed than through food—stroll through almost any Brooklyn neighborhood, and you’ll likely find both Cuban sandwiches and Mexican tacos, Puerto Rican stews and Spanish paellas, and a wide swath of hyper-regional restaurants, each representing unique culinary traditions throughout...

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