Philadelphia Area Restaurants Offering the Feast of the Seven Fishes

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Looking to experience the Christmas Eve tradition of the Feast of the Seven Fishes without doing it yourself? Here are some Philadelphia area restaurants that are throwing their own feasts.


Amis - It's a Beast of Amis feast of the Seven Fishes on Monday, December 23rd.

Davio's - In addition to its regular menu, Davio’s will offer the family tradition of the Feast of Seven Fishes. A pre-fix menu of uniquely delectable seafood courses for $75 per person. Among the highlights, Ahi Carpaccio, fish soup and grilled swordfish.

Headhouse Crab & Oyster Co. - On Christmas Eve from 2 to 8 p.m., Mike Stollenwerk is preparing a family-style dinner for $28. Highlights include: garlic mussels; Cod Palpetta, penne pasta, South Philly gravy and crab stuffed lobster.

In Riva - On Sunday, December 22nd, the East Falls Italian restaurant is offering a Seven Fishes dinner for $65 per person. Highlights include swordfish meatballs, lobster pizza and roasted black bass.

Mica - Chip Roman's Chestnut Hill restaurant is featuring a special "Seven Fishes Dinner." a modern interpretation of the classics for $65 a person.

Noir - East Passyunk's three course, seven fish dinner is being offered on December 24th. The menu includes seafood bouillabaisse, Mediterranean salad, choice of squid ink linguini, fish trio or seafood risotto, and a selection of desserts. $35 per person.

Paradiso - Five-course Seven Fish Dinner is $75 per person on Christmas Eve. Highlights include Antipasti de Pesce, Fried Smelts, choice of five primi and secondi dishes.

Stateside - On Sunday, December 22nd, recently promoted chef Kevin D’Egidio  is offering the seven fishes dinner for $60. Dishes include burrata, oysters, scallops, mackerel and lobster.

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