After a year of outdoor, virtual, and socially-distanced celebrations, Christmas Eve celebrations are back! NoHo’s got a number of options to help you truly take the evening to the next level. Know of a special celebration we’re missing? Let us know! With the spread of Omicron, please verify the information below. Events may be canceled.
Bar Primi: This Bowery pasta joint is offering seasonal holiday specials in addition to their normal menu on Christmas Eve. However, they’ve also created a special $95 Christmas Takeaway Feast, perfect for an evening spent at home, along with special cakes and pies to add to your order. Get more info here.
Bessou: Join this Bleecker Street spot for a special Uni and Karaage Christmas Eve. For $70 per person, celebrate the holiday Japanese-style with a bucket of fried chicken, and traditional Japanese strawberry shortcake. Book here.
Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria: Enjoy the Feast of the Seven Fishes, a seafood-forward Italian Christmas tradition, at this neighborhood favorite. The multi-course menu features local seafood, and is priced at $115 per person, with optional wine pairings. See the menu here.
Lafayette: Le Village de Lafayette, the heated, socially-distanced chalet village might be the most festive way to enjoy Christmas Eve in NoHo. No matter where you’re seated though, be on the lookout for seasonal specials alongside their normal menu. Additionally, they’re offering special to-go ways to celebrate! Learn more here.
Merchant’s House Museum: John Kevin Jones’s A Christmas Carol will have two special Christmas Eve showings this year. This is a classical, Victorian-style reading, done as Dickens himself would have performed the play. More info here.
Crate and Barrel: While they’re not hosting any special events for Christmas Eve or Day, if you are you’ll want to hit up this premier home and kitchen store. They have a huge selection of plates, serving dishes, decor and more that will surely liven up any home celebrations. See store info here.
Washington Square Park: While not quite in NoHo, a stone’s throw away on Christmas Eve swing by the tree at Washington Square Park for caroling, backed by a brass band! This event, free and open-to-the-public, is from 5:00 – 6:00 PM. Get more details here.