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Eating out on Christmas Day

 

A homemade Christmas dinner can be great, but if you’re not in the mood to make a big Christmas dinner, many restaurants are open to cater to your needs on this festive day.
There are many benefits to eating out on Christmas Day.
Eating out is a great option if you find making a large meal, for many people, very stressful. For many people, having the whole family at one house for an unending supply of food and drink is simply too much, especially if space is tight.
There are some excellent deals and meals out there, and who can resist the thought that someone else is doing the washing up?
Many shops and restaurants do close to celebrate Christmas and you’ll want to keep that in mind.
It’s best to phone around and find out which restaurants are open on Christmas Day.
Reservations are usually mandatory, especially when the main meal is a large lunch with a fixed-price menu.
If you are vegetarian or have any dietary requirements, make sure to inform the restaurant of this, especially if they have a set menu.
Confirming how many people will be attending is essential when booking.
• Information obtained from www.telegraph.co.uk and www.theguardian.com

 
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