Open Christmas Eve and Christmas

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Here’s our list of bars and restaurants open Christmas Eve and Christmas night. Leave a comment for other notable spots that will be open and we’ll update our list.

Christmas Eve

10 Arts – $75 tasting dinner will be offered.

12 Steps Down – The Italian Market bar has been adding another special every day for the 12 Steps of Christmas. So on Christmas Eve there will be 11 specials.

Alfa/Walnut Room – Dance for a great cause as $20 admission goes to Alex’s Lemonade Stand.

Davio’s – Christmas Eve Seven Fishes Dinner

Devil’s Den – Normal business hours with Mad Elf 2009 and 2010.

The Institute – Open from 4pm to 2am.

Khyber Pass Pub – Opens at 11am.

National Mechanics -Free Chinese food from 5pm till they run out.

Pub on Passyunk East – Regular hours, no food.

Pumpkin – 3-course tasting menu.

Prime Rib – Regular a la carte menu served.

P.Y.T. – Open all-day and night.

Sidecar – Closing at 11pm.

Supper – Order a la carte downstairs or have a six-course seafood centric farmhouse feast upstairs.

Varga Bar – Tapping some special Christmas and winter  brews at 11:30am.

Christmas Day

10 Arts – $75 tasting dinner will be offered.

12 Steps Down – The Italian Market bar has been adding another special every day for the 12 Steps of Christmas. So on Christmas Eve there will be 11 specials.

Bar – Opens at 9pm.

Bridget Foy’s – Opens at 4pm.

Cantina Los Caballitos – Opens at 5pm.

Devil’s Den – Opens at 7pm with a limited menu and with Mad Elf 2009 and 2010.

The Institute – Opens at 7pm.

Khyber Pass Pub – The bar opens at 5pm and the “Jewtacular Christmas Party” begins at 9pm.

National Mechanics – Open with DJ Chris Bretz

Pub on Passyunk East – Opens at 6pm without food.

Prime Rib – Regular a la carte menu served.

P.Y.T. – Opens at 7pm.

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