Top 5 Holiday-Weekend Feasts

  1. The Feast of the Seven Fishes at the Presidents Room will perhaps be the most memorable dinner of your year. This traditional holiday feast featuring seafood and wine is the perfect way to make merry this Christmas weekend—that is, assuming you can snag a coveted reservation. Dec 23, 2017, The Presidents Room at the Phoenix, Downtown, (513) 721-2260, thepresidentsrm.com
  2. The Francophile in your life will swoon over the Joyeux Noel menu at La Petite France. With dishes like pâté de champagne and confit de canard with butternet squash sage risotto, the convenience of Christmas Eve and Christmas day seatings will be a mere bonus. Dec 24-25, 2017, La Petite France, (513) 733-8383, lapetitefrance.biz
  3. Pinkies up! Orchids at Palm Court’s Afternoon Tea includes all the fancy, festive accouterments you could want. Treat your mom, sister, or niece to premium loose-leaf tea, house-made pastries and appetizers, and traditional tea sandwiches on the Saturday afternoon before Christmas. Feigned British accent: optional. Dec 23, 2017, Hilton Netherland Plaza, (513) 421-9100, orchidsatpalmcourt.com
  4. Venture to Lebanon’s Golden Lamb for the old-world charm of a Victorian Christmas Eve feast. Classic holiday dishes like oven roasted turkey breast with sage stuffing and cranberry sauce will make an appearance, but the Cabernet-braised Pennsylvania lamb shank will stand out. And the goat cheesecake will beg you to delay your dash home through the snow. Dec 24, 2017, Golden Lamb, (513) 932-5065, goldenlamb.com
  5. Enjoy three courses of winter-inspired fare at The Celestial Steakhouse on Christmas Eve. Start with winter squash bisque, followed by filet mignon. Top the evening off with a Kahlua chocolate torte and you may rival Santa in the jolly department. Dec 24, 2017, The Celestial Steakhouse, (513) 241-4455, thecelestial.com

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