Astoria, Bars, Brunch, Christmas, Cocktails, Food and Drink, Holidays, Restaurants Dec 20, 2014 Christmas in Astoria Bear will be open Christmas Eve & Christmas Day for brunch. Their holiday dinner prices include tax, tip AND an open bar! Christmas Dinner is $78 5pm-9pm Christmas Brunch is (…) Share this Scoop by Emily Rios total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Bear will be open Christmas Eve & Christmas Day for brunch. Their holiday dinner prices include tax, tip AND an open bar! Christmas Dinner is $78 5pm-9pm Christmas Brunch is (…) by Emily Rios Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Related scoops Astoria News and Rumors – Food, Food, and More Food Bear will be open Christmas Eve & Christmas Day for brunch. Their holiday dinner prices include tax, tip AND an open bar! Christmas Dinner is $78 5pm-9pm Christmas Brunch is $35 11am -4pm (Bear-12-14 31st Avenue, Astoria) Feast of the Seven Fishes is back again this year at Vesta for Christmas Eve! This is a traditional Italian-American celebration, and recognizes the Christmas Vigil, the Vigilia di Natale. (Vesta-21-02 30th Avenue, Astoria) Off the Hook: Has a Christmas Eve $35/person Prix Fixe, which includes a choice of appetizer (one of the appetizers being the Hook’s Baked Oysters-a WHA Favorite), a choice of Entreè (such as the Shrimp Mofongo) and choice of dessert. Full Menu will also be available along with the Raw Bar and new additions to the Signature Cocktails (Such as the new Kale Margarita!). (Off The Hook– 28-08 34th St., Astoria) Pop Bar will be open on Christmas eve starting at at 6pm and will close at 2am with $4 drafts and wells, plus $6 rum spiked eggnog all night. They will be showing X-mas movies with free cookies and a free stocking raffle (One ticket at the door and a free ticket with every drink). On Christmas day they will open at 6pm with $4 happy hour from 6-8pm and will close at 2am. They will have #ThrowbackThursdayKaraoke starting at 9pm. (The Pop Bar-12-21 Astoria Boulevard, Astoria) 123 The Queens Kickshaw will be hosting their annual Asian-Jewish Brunch on Christmas Eve from 9am-4pm. On the menu; Babka french toast w/ Chinese 5-spice infused syrup Scallion pancake w/ cardamon labne “Toad In The Hole” latke w/ housemade spicy duck sauce Reuben Egg Foo Young Japanese Curry Knish In addition to their extensive beer and cider menu, they’ll be serving the following drinks: Egg Cream Bubble Tea Szechuan Matza Beer (also known as Jan Olympic White Lagrrr); a collaboration between Woks and Lox, TQK, and Singlecut (Queens Kickshaw-40-17 Broadway, Astoria) The Thirsty Koala will be open for dinner on Christmas Eve. On Christmas Day you can stop by for both brunch and then later that evening, Christmas Dinner. (The Thirsty Koala-35-12 Ditmars Boulevard, Astoria) 123 Vite has a $50 three-course meal available on Christmas Eve. (Vite-31-05 34th Street, Astoria) Twitter Facebook Email Print Asian Jewish BrunchBearchristmas astoriaChristmas cookiesChristmas EveChristmas MoviesFeast of the Seven Fishesoff the hook oyster barOpen Barqueens kickshawStocking RaffleThe POP BARThe Thirsty KoalaThrowback Thursday KaraokeVigilia di NataleVite About Emily Rios Emily Rios manages special events, sponsored content and advertising clients as WHA's Business Development Director. She is a passionate and dedicated youth developer with a strong background in non-profit management, and works as Senior Manager of Youth Leadership at generationOn. Related scoops Astoria News and Rumors – Food, Food, and More Food 3 Comments Paula December 20th, 2016 Won’t u be doing a 2016 Christmas in Astoria?? Reply Emily Rios December 21st, 2016 We just posted a Xmas 2016 today! Enjoy! Reply Wednesday Links | Brownstoner Queens December 24th, 2014 […] Flushing [DNAinfo] More Than 1,100 Trees Planted in Western Queens, 640 in Astoria [Astoria Post] Christmas in Astoria [We Heart […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.