If you're Jewish, come Christmas Day there's to be no sitting around staring at the Chanukah Bush, or watching the yule log burn on TV. Instead it's time for an old, venerable tradition: binge on chinese food and then go to the movies. The Makor, always enriching Jewish culture in New York, tries to transform the tradition into an institution by showing three Woody Allen movies, Love and Death, Annie Hall, and Sleeper, while serving Chinese food in their cafe. Now, you can eat, watch, and meet a nice jewish boy all at the same time.
Love and Death:2:30
Annie Hall: 4:30
Tickets: 40$ all day pass
Added by gothamist2 on November 12, 2003