Hanukkah in New York

From New York's best potato latkas and kosher restaurants to Hanukkah events and activities, find everything you need to know to celebrate this Jewish holiday



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Hanukkah Celebration

Hanukkah Celebration

Hanukkah 2013 begins at sunset on Thanksgiving, November 28 and lasts until December 5. There will be eight days of live music, latkes, booze and more. Here’s what to do in celebration of the Festival of Lights.

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The Jewish Museum

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  1. 1109 Fifth Ave, (at 92nd St), 10128
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  1. 792 Eastern Pkwy, (at Kingston Ave)
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The Anne Frank Center USA

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  1. 44 Park Pl, (at Church St), 10007
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Eldridge Street Synagogue

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  1. 12 Eldridge St, (between Canal and Division Sts)
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  1. 15 W 16th St, (between Fifth and Sixth Aves)
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