Ice Cream, Crafts and Musical Brunch: What to Do Every Day This Week

Even though there’s a big holiday in the middle, there’s still plenty to do.

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Tuesday: Ample Hills Creamery is throwing the best birthday party you never had at their Gowanus location. It’s BYOB, but $35 gets you two hours of pizza, an ice cream sundae station and a craft project. 

Wednesday:
With this event at Threes Brewing, Brooklyn Brainery wants to teach you the Real History of Thanksgiving—just in time for Thursday.

Beer is included.

Thursday: Grand Central’s Holiday Fair is ongoing through December 24. There are 40 artisans from whom to find some great gifts. Check it out while passing through for your train ride.

Friday: The new Brooklyn Bazaar in Greenpoint is three stories of food, games, shopping and more. Check it out with a MealPass ticket, which gets you a meal from their in-house Brooklyn Star restaurant and access to games.

Saturday: The East New York Farms Holiday Craft Market is happening Saturday. Pick up some produce and a locally made gift.

Sunday: National Sawdust has a music brunch series that will make any Sunday better. The prix fixe brunch is by Rider, and the music will be by Natalie York.

Monday: Food + Tech Connect is having a Fall Food and Tech Happy Hour at Seamore’s, which is worth the trip for the soft-serve by OddFellows Ice Cream Co.

Coming Soon: Join us in Hyde park at the Culinary Institute of America for The Edible Bar Symposium on how bartenders are shaping the culinary landscape. There will be a six-course cocktail-pairing dinner and a discussion.

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Alicia Kennedy is a Long Island–born, Brooklyn-based food writer and recipe developer.