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Luke's Lobster is giving free lobster rolls to people named Luke or Lucas on Dec. 15, timed to the recover of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Luke’s Lobster is giving free lobster rolls to people named Luke or Lucas on Dec. 15, timed to the recover of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

(Luke’s Lobster)

* What’s in a name? A free lush sandwich if you play your cards right on Dec. 15, when the hotly awaited “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” beams into theaters. Luke’s, the renouned seafood restaurant, is giving divided a free lobster roll to the first 20 people named Luke or Lucas — first or last name — who show up at any of its 26 restaurants. You must bring an ID. The giveaway, of course, is in respect of the “Star Wars” franchise’s favourite and Jedi Master Luke Skywalker. There are 12 Luke’s locations in New York (lukeslobster.com), and others in Boston, Miami, Las Vegas, Washington, D.C., Chicago and Long Branch, NJ.

New to the scene…

Opry City Stage is now open in the Theater District.

Opry City Stage is now open in the Theater District.

(Opry City Stage)

* It’s a little bit country…and a lot of Southern comfort food. Opry City Stage, a 28,000 square-foot four-story alloy of a live music venue and dining space, is now open in the Theater District (1604 Broadway). Expect live music via the day, curated by Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry, the weekly country music theatre show that’s been promote on the radio for scarcely a century. The belligerent building is a sell space, while the second and third floors residence a two-story restaurant, bar and opening stage. The fourth building facilities a unison space called The Studio at Opry City Stage. The food, led by the group behind Blue Ribbon Restaurants, includes highlights like Pimento Cheese Dip served with saltine crackers and celery ($15); a Biscuit Basket with cinnamon butter and sugar ($12); and a Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich with pickles on a brioche bun ($21). Eye candy includes art installations and exhibits that compensate reverence to some of the Opry’s artists and performances.

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Opry City Stage, a 28,000 square-foot formidable that's a live music venue and dining space, is now open in the Theater District.

Opry City Stage, a 28,000 square-foot formidable that’s a live music venue and dining space, is now open in the Theater District.

(Opry City Stage)

* Here’s some honeyed news. Hershey’s Chocolate World celebrates its grand opening Dec. 14 after a pierce to a bigger space in Times Square. The new plcae (20 Times Square, which is 701 7th Ave.) will be scarcely 3 times the distance of its strange plcae in the nabe, measuring in at about 6,000 block feet. Festivities start at 10 a.m., and the first 1,000 attendees will get a gift. If you skip out on that, just try the new attractions, which embody Hershey’s Kitchens Bakery (serving warm-baked products and beverages); Hershey’s S’mores Experience; and a possibility to personalize your Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar coupling .

Get it while you can…

Sufganiyot, in flavors including strawberry, chocolate, dulce de deche, and lemon, will be accessible at Breads Bakery for Hanukkah from now by Dec. 20, 2017.

Sufganiyot, in flavors including strawberry, chocolate, dulce de deche, and lemon, will be accessible at Breads Bakery for Hanukkah from now by Dec. 20, 2017.

(Collette Wojdylo)

* There are copiousness of reasons to highlight about the holidays. Don’t let one of them be what to bring for dessert. Put in your sequence now at Breads Bakery (breadsbakery.com) for anniversary treats. The Hanukkah selection, accessible now by Dec. 20, includes sufganiyot (deep-fried doughnuts eaten during the Jewish festival) in flavors like strawberry, chocolate, dulce de leche, and lemon (one for $3.50, 6 for $18, and 12 for $30). For Christmas, offerings embody Challah Stollen (a juicy take on Christmas bread) for $16.95; and a Bourbon Honey Cake that’s infused with vanilla and scotch ($12.95).

with Joe Dziemianowicz

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