things to do Thanksgiving Week!
is on view through March 19. The Museum
of Modern Art located at 11 West 53rd St.
between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Ticket
prices and hours vary. Visit moma.org for
Order in with NYC’s
Sushi Restaurant Bentos
Enjoy an expertly prepared chef-made
sushi bowl – known as chirashi – fi lled
with rice, vegetables, and sashimi from
your home. Bentos focuses on offering fresh
take-out and delivery. All chirashi bowls
are customizable and made-to-order with
locally sourced ingredients and ingredients
imported from Japan. Bowls: $18-$24. Hours
vary. Located at 315 Fifth Ave. (entrance on
East 32 Street) the restaurant is also open
MONDAY, NOV. 22
Dine at HipCityVeg in
Entering the New York market for the
fi rst time, this popular, plant-based fast
casual restaurant opened in Union Square
at the beginning of November. Enjoy comfort
foods like burgers, shakes and fries- all
plant based. Hours vary. 28 E 12th St.,
New York, New York.
An Evening of Poetry
with Milkweed Editions
Enjoy an evening of poetry featuring
Milkweed Editions’ authors Michael
Bazzett, Michael Kleber-Diggs, Wayne
Miller and Devon Walker-Figueroa as
they present their new. Free. 7 p.m. Mc-
Nally Jackson Virtual Event. Register at
TUESDAY, NOV. 23
4th Annual Anti-Holiday
This Lower East Side bar and lounge,
The Skinny, will be decked out in fl oorto
ceiling, over-the-top Christmas decor
and will include interactive games and a
calendar full of surprises. Enjoy burlesque
performances, holiday-inspired food and
cocktails and live music. This pop-up will
be open through January. No cost to enter.
Hours: Monday-Wednesday 4 p.m. to 4
a.m., Thursday from 2 p.m. to 4 a.m. and
Friday-Sunday 12 p.m. to 4 a.m. Location:
174 Orchard St. For more information visit:
The Skinny Bar anti-holiday pop-up.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24
Joshua Bell Performs
Attend a night of music and performance.
Joshua Bell is the soloist in
Beethoven’s sublime Violin Concerto, a
composition of dramatic emotional scope.
Ticket prices vary. 7:30 p.m. Alice Tully
Hall. 1941 Broadway at, W 65th St., New
THURSDAY, NOV. 25
Enjoy an array of balloons, fl oats and
live performances during the 95th Macy’s
Thanksgiving Day Parade. Watch from
the streets or on NBC. Visit https://www.
macys.com/social/parade/ for information
on the parade route and line-up. 9 a.m. to
Spend Thanksgiving at
Dine at Cathédrale for Thanksgiving.
Seasonal specialty items for the holiday
will be served along with some of the
restaurant’s French-Mediterranean menu
classics. Located within Moxy East Village.
Reservations are available online. Prices
vary. For more information visit: https://
Spend Thanksgiving at
Enjoy seasonal specialty items for the
holiday, along with steak house classics.
Benjamin Restaurant Group’s if offering
pre-fi xe menu options at all four of its locations:
Benjamin Steakhouse NYC (52 E
41st St., New York, NY 10017) and White
Plains (610 Hartsdale Rd, White Plains,
NY 10607), Benjamin Prime (23 E 40th
St., New York, NY 10016) and The Sea
Fire Grill (158 E 48th St., New York, NY
10017). Prices vary. For more information
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE SKINNY.
The Standard, East Village Thanksgiving
meal- Enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving
three-course meal served family style. The
meal will be prepared by the property’s
new executive chef, David Gross. $85 per
person. The meal is available for purchase
and can be enjoyed either at the street-side
Café Standard or The Garden. 1 p.m. to
FRIDAY, NOV. 26
View the Broadway snow
globes in Times Square
This year, the popular snow globes portray
scenes inspired by Broadway shows
Ain’t Too Proud—The Life and Times of
the Temptations, Dear Evan Hansen, The
Lion King and Wicked. The Times Square
Alliance installation, curated in partnership
with Serino Coyne will be on display through
December in the Broadway Plaza between
45th and 46th Streets.
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