November Events: Here are Some Ways to Make Your Last Month of Fall More Fun

Can you smell the holiday? They are a-comin’! The anticipation of holiday season, the festive spirit in the air — Thanksgiving and Friendsgiving and Dogsgiving — without the sludge and slop of actual winter. Here are some November Events to make the most out of this last month of Fall.

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For the twelfth year in a row, the NY Times Style magazine throws this event where great food and chic design meet. Food and curtains and bath tiles, oh my!

Architects and Designers Building
150 E. 58th St. NY, NY
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November 6 – 15: Hard Cider Week

You had no idea there was this much cider in NYC. Various locations throw special dinners, tastings, and parties in celebration of NY’s hottest trend in brewing.
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November 13: Sarah Silverman and Friends @ BAM

The original queen of snark takes the stage at the uber highbrow Brooklyn Academy of Music. We want to go to there.
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November 14 – 15: Renegade Craft Fair

Get started on your holiday shopping at this fair that boasts more than 225 artisans selling their wares. Think: ceramics, jewelry, textiles, and more. And don’t fret, there’s food to fuel your shopping. Think: Lobster Mac and Cheese, Korean BBQ, and stuffed pretzels.

Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W. 18th St. btwn. 6th and 7th
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November 17 – December 24: Holiday Market at Grand Central

It’s that time again, if you can believe it. And the markets are the only reason we like Grand Central. Shop for all your peeps at the Grand Central Holiday Market. Stock up on specialty food items, too.
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November 19 – December 24: Holiday Market at Union Square

Okay. Don’t feel like going downtown? You can get your goods at Union Square, too.
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November 24: Stevie Wonder @ MSG

You cannot NOT like Stevie Wonder. Right? No? Yeah. We thought so. We’re pretty sure that going to this show will give you lots to be thankful for.
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November 26: Thanksgiving Day

We’ve been trying to pressure you to cook. But if you just can’t swing it, here are some restaurants that have Thanksgiving meals and deals. You cannot order takeout. We repeat: You cannot order takeout.
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November 28 – 29: Brooklyn Holiday Bazaar

First of all, we love the word bazaar. Second of all, we love the “Makers” featured at this holiday market, like Ostergaard Pottery, Rock that Gem, and Heart Paper Co. We know what you’re thinking. And yes, there’s food here, too.
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