Friday, November 27th – the day after Thanksgiving – Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker opens at Boston’s Opera House. A few years ago Mikko Nissinen and the Boston Ballet updated their production of the classic tale set to the beautiful music of Tchaikovsky. This is a classic holiday tradition that I highly recommend. Tickets are very affordable, starting at $35 and performances run through December 31st. Check out the video below of the Boston Ballet’s Snow Scene – like you’ve never seen it before – from The Nutcracker.
Purchase Tickets to Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker
I am away in Brazil celebrating the Christmas and New Year holiday with Sergio’s family. However, I did want to wish anyone who happens to stop by my blog a Merry Christmas. If you don’t celebrate the holiday then just appreciate the image for its sex appeal.
Have a great day and thank you for visiting my blog.
Well its not quite night in Boston just yet, but it will be before I realize it so I wanted to wish everyone who celebrates the holiday a relaxing evening and pleasant Christmas tomorrow.
It seems odd to be in Brazil, I’ve become accustomed to our tradition of hosting a cocktail party in Boston for friends and feel like I should be running to the liquor and grocery store right about now. However, I want to let friends (near and far) know that my thoughts are with them even though we are miles apart.
After I wrote the post about EaterBoston’s list of restaurants open and serving dinner on Christmas Eve they went ahead and created another post, offering tips on where you can go for dinner on Christmas Day. While this is not a complete list, it does give you some options if you are hungry and want to get out of the house.
Restaurants serving dinner Christmas Day via Eater Boston
Santa has been angry at me ever since I bumped into him at The Boatslip Tea Dance in Provincetown this summer and told him he can’t be a Furry Friday until he loses a little more weight.
Did yesterday’s post, The colors of Christmas: Red and Green not quite get you into the Christmas spirit? Maybe you are looking for a more classic holiday combination like silver and gold. Hopefully this will spread some holiday cheer and help you look forward to the Christmas holiday. Now go and stream Michael Bublé’s Christmas album or replay his television special from last week.
Once again EaterBoston has pulled together a solid list of local restaurants that are open and serving dinner on Christmas Eve. While this is not a complete list, it does give you some great options.
Have a happy and safe Christmas no matter where you may find yourself and for those of you who don’t observe this holiday, may your week pass quickly so you too can enjoy some time away from work with friends and family.
Restaurants open on Christmas Eve via Eater Boston