Santa says Christmas dinner should be at OpenTable’s most popular restaurants


After all the presents are unwrapped, who wants to spend the day in the kitchen? OpenTable’s most popular restaurants booked on Christmas are the ultimate gift.

Have you ever wondered what OpenTable’s most popular restaurants booked on Christmas could be? While many people think about spending the holiday at home cooking up traditional family recipes, many people prefer to let someone else do the cooking. While some of the locations suggest that these restaurants involve a holiday vacation, one big trend is quite clear.

Recently, Open Table shared its most popular restaurants booked on Christmas Day. From Florida to California to New York City, it seems that diners are looking to enjoy big, festive meals on the holiday. While the list has a total of 20 restaurants, one name appears more than others.

It seems that across the nation Fogo de Chao is top Christmas dinner choice. While the Brazilian churrascaria is always tasty, the holiday could encourage diners to keep the coaster on green for a long time. As long as the coaster is green, the meat keeps coming.

Additionally, Fogo de Chao can be a great choice for a family dinner. Since there are so many options and everyone can eat their fill, it helps to make everyone happy around the table. Unless, there are a bunch of vegans in the family, Fogo de Chao can be a great choice.

Another popular trend is fish focused restaurants. On both coasts, fish focused restaurants are top choices. Even though some people celebrate the feast of the seven fishes on Christmas Eve, fish can be a celebratory food. From lobster to crab, it can be a great way to celebrate the holiday.

A few top choices were quite interesting. Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Las Vegas was a top choice. While Chef Ramsay won’t be yelling in the kitchen, the dishes are like the ones seen on the popular television show. From Beef Wellington to truffle risotto, the whole menu is definitely indulgent.

Also, don’t miss the smoked bourbon cocktail that is served tableside. It a great choice to toast the holiday.

The complete list of all 20 restaurants can be found on If you haven’t made your Christmas Day reservations, you better act quickly. Some of these top restaurants might be booked, but Open Table always has amazing restaurants on its platform.

From big name to local favorites, there are so many choices available on Open Table. You can enjoy a meal out every day until 2020 and never repeat a cuisine.

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Do you eat out on Christmas Day? Have you eaten at one of these OpenTable’s most popular restaurants?