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Feast on holiday eats with our Christmas dining guide

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Valerie Nahmad Schimel

Feast on holiday eats with our Christmas dining guide

  • 660 at the Anglers celebrates Noche Buena 2010 with a prix fixe feast. The menu offers “comfort food with a twist,” including 18 hour roasted pork and crispy yucca fries. $34.95 per adult, $19.95 for kids under 13. 786-594-5811.
  • Angelique Euro Cafe is hosting an a la carte Christmas Eve dinner and a Jingle Bells Brunch Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Menu highlights include totillas Catalana, Belgian waffles, grits, burgers and pasta. 305-529-9922.
  • Baru Urbano woos holiday celebrants with some bubbly. Every party of four will receive one complimentary bottle of champagne. 786-271-5179.
  • Cecconi’s offers a three-course family-style Christmas meal from 11am-close. The menu includes braised lamb shank, wild mushroom risotto and panettone with zabione. $55 per person for lunch, $75 per person for dinner. 786-507-7902.
  • Eos is hosting a three-course Christmas Day meal from 1-8pm. The menu includes crab cake, butternut squash soup, turkey medallions with truffle puree potatoes and beef tenderloin. $55 per person, add wine pairing for additional $25 per person. $35 for kids under 13. 305-503-4400.
  • Fritz & Franz Bierhaus puts a German spin on Christmas Eve with a holiday-themed a la carte menu. Specials include duck with red cabbage and spatzle, traditional German pot roast and grilled prime rib, 305-774-1883.
  • Gotham Steak is accenting its traditional a la carte menu with holiday specialties, including white bean and escarole soup, roasted duck breast and warm pumpkin ginger gratin.
  • Neomi’s Grill celebrates Christmas Eve with a three-course meal featuring Santa Claus salad, shepherd’s pie and eggnog cupcakes. On Christmas Day, the restaurant is offering a holiday buffet including short ribs, rosemary stuffed turkey, Florida grouper and red velvet cupcakes. Dinner $55 per person; Buffet $65 per person, $25 for kids 6-12. 305-692-5770.
  • ONE Bal Harbour is complementing its regular menu with special three-course lunches & dinners on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Menu highlights include crab cake, stone crab, salmon steak, herb crusted rib eye and filet mignon. $55 per adult, $28 per child. 305-455-5400.
  • Scarpetta offers a three-course, prix-fixe Italian feat from 6pm-midnight on Dec 24 and Dec 25. Menu highlights include braised short ribs, prime filet of beef, Alaskan halibut and mocha swirl cheesecake. $75 per adult, $33 for kids under 13.
  • The Setai gives the holidays an Asian accent with a menu that travels through Singapore, China, India and Thailand. The Christmas Eve dinner includes caroler performances while the menu features roast turkey, pumpkin duck salad and claypot tofu. $85 for regular menu, $65 for vegetarian menu, both include a glass of champagne. On Christmas Day, guests can brunch from 11:30am-3:30pm for $85 per adult (includes unlimited champagne and bloody Mary’s) and $30 kids under 13. 305-520-6400.
  • Steak 954 is serving its accenting its regular a la carte menu with holiday specialties like eggnog crème brulee. 954-414-8333.
  • Sugarcane is celebrating Christmas with a special a la carte menu available Dec 24 and 25 from noon-midnight. The menu includes pheasant, grass fed beef tenderloin, suckling pig porchetta and figgy pudding.
  • Sushi Samba dromo celebrates the season with a special a la carte menu available Christmas Eve (regular hours) and Christmas day (noon-2am). Menu highlights include kabocha squash soup and five-spiced orange glazed duck breast. 305-673-5337
  • The Trapiche Room at the JW Marriott celebrates Christmas Eve with a six-course meal featuring black mission figs, sea scallops, rib eye and Scottish pheasant. $120 per person. 305-329-3656.
  • Vida at the Fontainebleau is serving a prix-fixe menu featuring braised short ribs, zested rotisserie goose and cinnamon glazed carrots. $45 per person.

 

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