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Christmas Lunch in NYC

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Hi my wife and I are in NYC for christmas, can anyone reccomend a good resturant, preferrably around hudson st, to go to gor christmas lunch? we are looking for the traditional christmas meal if possible. Thankyou in advance

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  1. How much are you willing to spend? Many restaurants are closed on this day; the ones that are open usually do a set meal, for a fixed price.

    Wallse is one example, here's their Christmas Day menu:
    http://kg-ny.com/cms/downloads/Wallse...

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    1. re: kathryn

      Im not too worried about the price. just somewhere specal and good food for our first christmas in nyc

      1. re: simon_craig35

        Check out the Wallse menu I posted above, it looks pretty traditional, and is not too far from Hudson St. They are serving goose!

        See also this guide from last year as a starting point:
        http://ny.eater.com/archives/2011/12/...

        If you can venture further from the Meatpacking District/western part of the Village, you will have more options.

        1. re: kathryn

          thats ok I dont mind going further if it means more options

          1. re: simon_craig35

            We live near Hudson Street in the Village, but had a great Christmas lunch at ABC Kitchen last year—it's close enough to walk if the weather is nice. Hopefully they'll be open again this year.