So, it’s the second day of Hanukah with just three shopping days left ’til Christmas and Mother Nature has evidently lost track of time. December 22, the first full day of winter and it’s 60 degrees in Central Park. And while Mother Nature seems to have lost her seasonal bearings (maybe she’s still upset by being fooled in the Chiffon Margarine/butter scam), my office is fully aware that it’s Holiday Time.
Our halls are decked with boughs of holly (what is a bough anyway?), the dreidels and chocolate gelt abound and we just celebrated our 16th annual Holiday party. In true Sinkin tradition, ten of us descended upon Broadway for dinner and a show.
We enjoyed plenty of Christmas cheer and broke bread as well as several low hanging Glass ornaments (the perils of a 6’4″ man donning a ridiculous Christmas hat) at Scarlotto Ristorante on 47th street. The food and service were great. The wait staff was very accommodating to our enthusiastic merriment.
With appetites satiated, we hustled off to the show Sister Act. Front row seats!
A GREAT TIME WAS HAD BY ALL.