Christmas is less than a week away, and New Year’s is soon after. If you haven’t made your plans for dinner yet, don’t panic. There are still plenty of beautiful restaurants with special holiday meals and menus with spots still available — but you’ll need to act fast! Here’s a guide to some of the best restaurants to celebrate the holiday season.
First, consider a New England classic. Legal Sea Foods has several locations throughout the city, including Charles Square, Kendall Square, and Chestnut Hill, and each and everyone is festively decked out for the holidays. You’ll get the classic Legal Sea Foods with added holiday features. This spot is a popular one, so make sure you book a table soon!
If you’re looking for a vegetarian- or vegan-friendly restaurant, Gyu Kaku is an authentic Japanese grilled barbecue experience with locations in Cambridge, Brookline, and more. The shared dining experience is ideal for ringing in the holiday surrounded by loved ones.
If you’re looking for a meal that is sure to have something for everyone, why not look into a holiday buffet? Nubar in Cambridge is an upscale contemporary American restaurant that is hosting a Christmas buffet on the 25th from 11:30 to 5:30. There are still some seatings available, and the buffet costs $49 per adult, $22 per child 12 and under, and free for children 5 and under.
For a classic steak dinner, try Ruth’s Chris Steak House, a Boston monument. Located in a gorgeous historic building in the center of the city, Ruth’s Chris has a special holiday menu all Christmas Eve and day for $50 a person. For an interesting spin on the classic steak dinner, Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chao in Back Bay has its classic menu with seasonal menu items added.
There are options still available no matter what your party’s needs are, but act fast — make your table reservations now. GO Boston is here to help you plan all your travel needs, with a fleet of vehicles for all party sizes and styles. Contact us soon so we can help plan your special holiday out on the town!
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