If you happen to not have a dinner being prepared for your royal indulgences this Christmas Eve, here are some suggestions for all you hard at work preparing those ten year plans. This is our list of the traditional and some new and tantalizing feasts to be had this season.
So cool down those engines and fire up the burners and get ready for a happy merry feast for all.
They have a ‘Christmas plate’ choc-full of Herring, Vasterbotten, Swedish Meatballs and a traditional Christmas Ham. Risalamande – a particularly Danish Christmas almond rice pudding is being offered and shouldn’t be missed.
This can be enjoyed anyday of the week except for Saturday and Sunday.
65 East 55th Street 212-307-7311
Their renowned chef plans his dinner every afternoon at 4pm, however, their Christmas Eve Feast of the Seven Fishes is going to be preplanned for a whole five days! So get excited, this place knows the oceans inhabitants and how to cook ‘em! (count 52 dinner options) Oh yeah, expect a steep bill
W. 43rd St., 212-564-7272
They are seasoned veterans of the beloved Feast of the Seven Fishes, so if you feel like having something a wee bit more ‘stick your bones’ and Italian prepare to shell out a worthy 92 dollars – hell it may be worth the extravagance.
403 E 12th St, New York, NY 10009 (646) 602-1300
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A Jewish-Chinese dinner is being put together here. Sounds special and were definitely excited about more than the steamed star anise pork buns or the tea smoked duck. It’s the Chocolate Babka with the Vanilla Ice cream that seems to be wooing us from this champion of a menu.
70 Prince St. @ Crosby St. (212) 219-8570
If you can hear your Grill compelling you to host another one your mid-winter BBQ bashes, then this place is for you. Seriously, their Christmas Eve southern BBQ is being served by the half pound, at $18 for a half pound of pulled pork or $14 for a half pound of rib along with an enormous list of sides they might as well call this the “Return of the turkey Gobble 2.” So strap on those boots and take a little hike to good old BK or get on down to the Westside on that trusty yellow sleigh and chow down.
91 South Sixth St. Brooklyn, NY 11249 (718) 599-3090
50 Carmine St (bet. Bleecker & Bedford) (212) 929-5050
Classic American is what’s going on at this fusion joint – Christmas Goose with Caramelized chestnuts, Barley and Thumbelina carrot. Top that off with an egg nog and your set. By the way, just in case you happen to be making plans for a single dinner don’t make reservations from their website just call them and let them know.
STONE BOWL STONE BOWL STONE BOWL. If you haven’t been here before then Christmas might be a good time to sample their Prix Fixe menu. It’s an exciting mix of Porridge, Kabocha pumpkin croquettes and vermicelli noodles – WHOA. Oh yeah its all Vegan, so eat up.
12 E 32nd St (212) 213-0077
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