You don’t have to cook because these restaurants are always open on Christmas Day.
After Santa heads back to the North Pole, these popular restaurants are always open on Christmas Day. Whether you want a quick bite or something more elaborate, many restaurants will be ready to serve you a feast.
While some people enjoying cooking from scratch on a holiday, others prefer to have someone cook for them. Although that traditional meal from grandma might be on hold this year, some popular restaurants will have their doors open on Christmas Day.
Since Christmas Day 2020 comes with some restrictions, it might be best to check with your local restaurants for their availability. Some locations might just have take-out options. Still, it can be helpful to have someone else cook for a change.
Here are some popular restaurants that are always open on Christmas Day.
Similar to the Waffle House Index during a major storm, Waffle House is usually open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is that beacon that on the side of the road that just calls you. From that hot cup of coffee to those iconic waffles, Waffle House will welcome you.
If you can’t wait to have another Grand Slam breakfast, Denny’s is usually open on Christmas Day. America’s Diner has been an open door on the holiday. While this year’s hours might be modified, you might be able to place an order for delivery or pick up.
Can you ever have enough pancakes? While each location may vary, the majority of IHOP locations are open on Christmas Day. Some locations might close mid-day. It is best to check with your local restaurant for operating hours.
When you want pie and don’t want to bake, Marie Callendar’s has you covered. Although hours may vary, most locations are open on Christmas Day.
Many other restaurants are always open on Christmas Day. From Ruth Chris to Chart House and even Fogo De Chao are usually open on Christmas Day. It is best to call your local restaurant for exact hours of operation.
How will you be celebrating Christmas Day this year? What will be on your plate?