Hungarian food, Dec. 1

From noon until 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, you can get your fill of chicken paprikash, Hungarian chicken soup, and dumplings. The West Side Hungarian Reformed Church, 15200 Puritas Ave., offers these foods on the first Saturday of each month. The church has two Sunday services — 9:30 a.m. in Hungarian and 11 a.m. in English. For details, call 216-476-3736.

Warm Up This Winter at 5 Points Coffee & Tea

Come on in, get warm and cozy, and enjoy your time at 5 Points Coffee & Tea this winter.

There are new menu items, like savory, delicious soup options that rotate on a daily basis, and include tomato, minestrone, and fire-roasted corn chowder.

Soups are served with a piece of Irish brown or soda bread.

Pair a 12 oz soup with a toasted special sandwich for a filling meal totaling just $9. (This does not come with bread)The sandwich is similar to a panini, and is made with ham, cheese, tomato, and onion. There’s also a vegetable option, which is the same sandwich as above, but without the ham.

“Soup is all day and sandwiches start at 10 a.m.,” says 5 Points Coffee & Tea Owner Conor Boylan.

For the season, there will also be a peppermint mocha drink available.

Live music will happen during the three Thursdays before Christmas. The first holiday session will be from 7 to 9 p.m. December 6 with resident Irish musician, Andrew McManus.