Of course Han Dynasty is open on Christmas. But if you’d prefer something other than pyromaniac Han Chiang melting your face off with his Sichuan fireworks, there are plenty of other places serving food and drink too. Current critics darling, Tashan, will also be open, serving its stylish take on Indian. And for something a little less dressy, Tashan’s casual predecessor, Tiffin, will have all its locations open on Christmas Eve and Christmas day. Keep reading to see what else will be open.
Alma De Cuba: Will be open, serving its a la carte menu from 5 to 10 p.m.
Amada: The Jose Garces tapas temple will be open for lunch and serving its a la carte menu, plus a special holiday tasting menu until 9 p.m.
Bistro St. Tropez: A special prix fixe Christmas Eve Degustation menu is being served. Five course will cost $48, and three courses for $28.
Buddakan: Will serve its a la carte menu from 5 to 10 p.m.
Federal Donuts: Should you require a donuts and/or fried chicken fix — the holidays can do that — Federal Donuts will be operating under normal hours, and serving their wares until the run out.
Garces Trading Co.: Will be open for lunch and serving a la carte and special holiday menus until 8 p.m.
Sampan: Will serve its regular menu until 12 midnight.
Village Whiskey: Iron Chef Garces’ whiskey bar will be serving drinks and its normal menu from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Buddakan: In addition to Han Dynasty, here’s another chance to order Chinese on Christmas.
Paramour at the Wayne Hotel: Maine lobster, wild boar and a holiday pie sampler are all on menu for Paramour’s Christmas feast. The four course dinner costs $65 per person, with the option of a $30 wine pairing.
Parc: Stephen Starr’s Rittenhouse bistro will be serving an all day enu from 10 a.m to 4 p.m.
R2L: From 12 noon to 6 p.m., Daniel Stern is serving a special Christmas Day Supper, a four course, prix fixe feast, for $65 per person.
10 Arts: Newly annointed Chef de Cuisine Nathan Voltz is offering a four-course tasting menu for $110 per person from 2 to 8 p.m.