Eat Drink Lucky’s Guide to December
It’s official – the holiday craze is upon us! While you’re out avoiding tourists taking photos by Rockefeller Center enjoying the sights and smells of the holidays in NYC, we hope to see you at STORY for #SnacknShopSaturday. Then, check out some of the digs that our friends at Eat Drink Lucky have curated exclusively for fans of STORY. Eat Drink Lucky is the daily e-newsletter that covers everything you *should* be eating, drinking, and doing in NYC. Check out their picks for this weekend.
What: Brooklyn Bazaar Meal Pass for the Night Market
Where: 150 Greenpoint Avenue, Brooklyn
When: Fridays and Saturdays Through December. 7pm.
Wow: While you’re scoping out the famed Brooklyn Bazaar, the meal pass includes a meal from Resident Restaurant Brooklyn Star, Expedited Entry, two beers or wines from any bar, a round of mini-golf or table tennis, plus $5 off a private karaoke room. (Photo above.)
What: Bar Car Nights at the Botanical Gardens with the Holiday Train Show
Where: Bedford Park, Boulevard Station, Bronx
When: December 2, 3, 16, 17, 23, 30, 7-10PM
Wow: Trains are for adults! Enjoy an after-hours evening at the Holiday Train Show with ice carving demonstrations under the starlight, pop-up acts by some of NYC’s favorite street performers, and live music set in the warmth of the Pine Tree Café. The Holiday Train Show gets rolling inside the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory and features model trains zipping over bridges and past replicas of New York landmarks made of plant parts such as nuts, bark, leaves and pine cones.
What: Meyers Bageri Bread Making Class
Where: 667 Driggs Ave in Williamsburg & Inside Great Central Terminal (part of the Great Northern Food Hall)
When: Various times throughout December
Wow: Meyers Bageri is a modern, old world, artisanal bakery with a strong focus on organic heirloom grain grown locally in partnership with local farmers. They use organic flour, sourdough, and whole grains stoneground on location. The classes are instructed by head baker Rhonda Crosson, who has adapted the traditional Danish bread pastry program to New York.
What: Humor and Fantasy – The Berggruen Paul Klee Collection at Met Breuer
Where: 945 Madison Avenue, New York
When: Through January 2, 2017
Wow: Humor and Fantasy—The Berggruen Paul Klee Collection features some 70 works from this collection, which spans the artist’s entire career – from his student days in Bern in the 1890s to his death in 1940 at the age of 60.
What:Prohibition Repeal Day Party at Analogue
Where: 19 West 8th Street, New York
When: Monday, December 5
Wow: Analogue celebrates the end of prohibition with Prohibition-era cocktails like the Marky Pickford, Bee’s Knees, and more – plus live jazz!