TC Jewfolk Guide To Christmas 2017

Christmas can be sort of a bummer for us Jewish folk. Friends head home for grandma’s famous holiday ham, stores are closed, the excitement of gift unwrapping ended last week. But there is a silver lining. The city is ours!!! Mwahahaha!

TC Jewfolk has your Christmas go-to guide for all the best restaurants, Chinese joints, parties (check out the awesome Christmas Eve Jewbilee at 7th Street Entry) and movies open on X-mas. Ho, ho, ho! Merry (Jewish) Christmas!

Chinese Food:

  • Little Szechuan (304 Oak Street SE, Minneapolis OR 422 University Ave W, Saint Paul)
  • Shuang Cheng (1320 4th St SE, Minneapolis)
  • Tea House (2425 University Ave SE, Minneapolis)
  • Great Wall (4515 France Avenue S, Minneapolis)
  • Quang is actually Vietnames, but hey.  (2719 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis)
  • There’s so much more! Tell us your favorite in the Facebook comments.

Not feeling Chinese? Here are some other restaurants open on Christmas:

Hitting up the movie theater? Now Playing:

  • Star Wars: Episode VIII — For the fantasy-loving teenage boy in you. Or for your teenage boy and his friends.
  • Jumanji — A reboot from your childhood, featuring The Rock, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black, among others.
  • Ferdinand – Another movie featuring a wrestler, John Cena voices a cartoon bull.
  • Coco – This year’s Disney/Pixar film has drawn rave reviews in its first month out.
  • Pitch Perfect 3 – It may not be as good as the original, but still good for a laugh. Looking for more?

What did we miss? Let us know on our in the comments on Facebook!


About Lonny Goldsmith

Lonny Goldsmith is the editor of TC Jewfolk and Director of Communications for Jewfolk Media. He's an award-winning journalist who is involved in his third Jewish community after growing up in Michigan and spending a three-year stint in Chicago. He likes to write, cook and drink really good beer. He can be reached at [email protected] or on twitter @lonny_goldsmith

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