Hanukkah in NYC guide

From the best latkes and kosher restaurants to fun events, here is everything you need to celebrate Hanukkah in NYC

Photograph: Courtesy Chabad Park Slope

Time to light the menorah! As one of the best NYC events in December, Hanukkah reminds us to nosh on classic Jewish food, hit up a holiday market to find some great gifts and bond with loved ones. It’s also time to say l'chaim and warm up at some of the best bars with fireplaces. Use our guide to gear up for eight days of celebration and check out our list of awesome events highlighting the Festival of Lights.

When is Hanukkah?

Hanukkah starts the evening of Tuesday, December 12, 2017 and ends the evening of Wednesday, December 20, 2017.

Hanukkah in New York

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