After the Wrapping Paper Stops Flying You’ll Be Hungry, Right? Make Sure You Have a Christmas Day Reservation in Place.

Fast & furious–that’s how we roll this time of year, especially when it comes to posting holiday menus. Earlier today we gave you Christmas Eve menus; you knew more Christmas Day menus wouldn’t be far behind.

(As always, restaurants not listed are welcome to post their menus in the comments box.)

jump for the Christmas Day menus…

Canary by Gorji chef-owner Mansour Gorji prepares and serves three-course Christmas Day meals from 5 until 10:30 p.m. for $30 for adults and $15 for children 12 and under (tax & gratuity not included). Reservations are recommended by calling 972.503.7080. In addition to the special holiday menu, guests may order off the a la carte menu.

Canary’s three-course Christmas Day menu includes field greens with pomegranate champagne vinaigrette, choice of turkey or pork chop with pomegranate citrus sauce, pistachio fig dressing, mashed potatoes and vegetables along with a choice of pumpkin or pecan pie.

For more information call 972 503 7080 or visit


Meddlesome Moth
The Moth will open at 5 p.m., and guests are encouraged to arrive early for the tapping of a rare cask of Jester King Commercial Suicide aged in George Dickel Tennessee Whiskey barrels. The Jester King is a Texas brew and is extremely limited in quantity.


Bolla at The Stonleigh
Christmas Day Hours & Menu
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Breakfast: 7:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m
Christmas Day Dinner Menu: Four-course prix fixe menu
11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
$65 per person
$30 for children
Bar menu available after 7:00 p.m.
For reservations, call 214.871.7111

DECEMBER 25, 2010

1st Course
Mushroom Soup
Roasted Winter Mushrooms . Truffle Panna Cotta . Celery
Malpeque Oyster
Horseradish Foam . Roasted Heirlooms . Winter Greens . Smoked Tomato Vinaigrette

2nd Course
Crudo Trio
Scottish Salmon Tartare . Peppered Mackerel . Yellow Fin Tuna Tartare
Honey Glazed Duck Breast
Soba Noodles . Fig & Date Chutney . Icicle Radishes

3rd Course
Lemon Sole Filet
Creamy Parmesan Lentils . Leek Rings . Roasted Shallot-Kalamata Confit
Garlic-Herb New York Strip
Yellow Foot Chanterelles . Arugula-Asparagus Salad . Balsamic-Port Reduction

Dessert Course
Egg Nog Tres Leches
Vanilla Pecans . Chantilly Cream . Caramel
Lavender Bread Pudding
Ginger & Plum Ice Cream . Vanilla Auglaize

Pyramid Restaurant & Bar
Christmas Day Brunch
Enjoy a veritable feast and indulge in a perfect blend of modern and traditional seasonal fare. A carving station, chef-attended omelet station and a sweet selection of pastries will all be available. Mimosas and parking are included in the adult and senior price.
Seating Times: 10:30 a.m.; 11:00 a.m.; 1.00 p.m.; 1:30 p.m.
Price: Adults $59.50, Seniors $55.00, 5-12 yrs $35, 0-4 yrs No charge.
Price does not include tax and service charge
Parking : Inclusive
Mimosas: Inclusive
Christmas Day Dinner:
Those looking for Christmas dinner need not look further than Chef Natera’s dazzling Christmas Day dinner menu. Pyramid is celebrating the holiday season with dishes such as Roasted Pheasant with Butternut Squash Risotto and Brussels Sprouts and an indulgent Eggnog Panna Cotta with Cinnamon & Cardamom Berry Compote.
Seating Times: From 6 p.m. until 10 p.m.
Price: $49.00 per person
Price does not include tax and service charge
Parking: Inclusive
With the high demand we had for Turkey-to-Go for Thanksgiving, we will be extending the no-hassle, no-clean-up offer for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Turkey-to-Go orders can be placed by calling 214-720-5330.

InterContinental Hotel
Step into the world of magnificent dining and celebrate the yuletide season at InterContinental Dallas for a variety of menu options that are sure to please those who have been naughty and nice. The chefs of the hotel have put together an incredible display of their favorite recipes that have been specially selected for your indulgence. Tantalize your palate with the following holiday brunch menu items:
Salads and Seafood
Romaine Hearts with Caesar Dressing
Spring Salad Mix with Assorted Dressings
Green Bean, Pecans, Goat Cheese & Chicory Salad Tarragon Dressing
Cranberry Walnut Chicken Salad
Waldorf Salad
Exotic Fruit display
Cheese Ravioli with Arugula and White Balsamic Dressing
Ginger Honey Carrot and Currant Salad
Red Potato Thyme Salad with Whole Grain Mustard Dressing
House Marinated Salmon with Condiments,
Colorful Garden Crudites with Assorted Dips
Imported Cheese Display
Upscale Deli Display
Seafood Salad
Large Shrimp and Crab claws on Ice, Cocktail Sauce
Assorted Sushi Display
Hot Entrees and Carving Station
Mesquite Prime Rib of Beef with Red Wine Demi
Country Honey Glazed Ham
Oven Roasted Thyme Rubbed Whole Turkey
Orange Cranberry Sauce & Country Gravy
Veal Scaloppini Lemon Caper Brown Butter Sauce
Tarragon Crusted Snapper Pineapple Relish
Andouille Shrimp Stuffed Chicken Breast with Ancho Demi
Corn Bread Dressing
Yukon Mash Potato
Cranberry Wild Rice Pilaf
Winter Vegetable Medley
Jambalaya Station
Saffron Rice tossed with Assorted Toppings
Mussels, Crab, Shrimp, Scallops, Chicken & Sausage
Tomatoes, Onion, Celery, Peppers & Garlic
Omelet Station with Condiments
Vanilla French toast
Cheese Blintzes
Smoked Pork Tender Eggs Benedict with Hollandaise Sauce
Bacon & Sausage Links
Sautéed Red Potato with Peppers & Onions
Bread and Dessert Station
Assorted Breakfast Pastries, Hot Cross Buns, Assorted Rolls & Corn Bread
Egg Nog Cake, Traditional Fruit Cake, Cranberry Cheese Cake, Chocolate Rum Cake, Walnut Tart,
Bourbon Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Yule Log, Mini Holiday Pastries, Chocolate Fountain, Bialy’s Bread Pudding,
Action Dessert Station Crepes with Berries
Saturday, December 25, 2010
10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
$65 per guest, $25 children ages 4-12, children 3 and under FREE
Reservations are required. 972-386-6000
InterContinental Dallas, 15201 Dallas Pkwy., Addison

The Landmark Restaurant in the Warwick Melrose Hotel
This Christmas, give yourself the gift of not cooking and let us handle that. And it’s a spread sure to impress, including Charred Thai Beef Wok Salad, Pan Sautéed Chicken Breast with Roasted Root Vegetables and Forest Mushroom Sauce, Lavender Honey and Clove Baked Ham, stuff for the young ones, and a grand dessert display, just to name a few. Seating is from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Adults are $55 per person (excluding tax & gratuity), children 5-12 are $24 (excluding tax & gratuity) and children under the age of five dine with our compliments.
For reservations please call 214-224-3152 and you can view the full brunch buffet menu here at



TJ’s Christmas Take Out Menu
Orders available for pick up
Mon – Thurs, Sat- Sun
(closed Christmas Day, Dec 25)

TJ’s Christmas Dinner
Feeds 8-10
$325 value, only 299!

TJ’s Famous Cocktail Shrimp Platter
Hickory & Alder Smoked Salmon Platter
Seared & Seasoned Beef Tenderloin (5-7lbs)
Creamy Mustard & Horseradish Sauces
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Green Beans w/ Almonds
Oyster Dressing

How To Minimize Your Wait During The Holiday Rush:

Come LATER in the day. The busiest times are morning through early afternoon. If you are buying frozen items, come get them now and avoid the rush. Ask to pay in advance when you place your order. (If your order is priced by weight, we may not be able to accept pre-payment)


  • Sevy’s Grill will be open Christmas Eve for lunch and dinner, and Christmas Day for dinner. We will be featuring our regular menus, additionally offering some delicious Holiday specials such as Herb Roasted Prime Rib, Broiled Fresh Maine Lobster and Godiva Chocolate Mousse Parfaits. Reservations are beginning to fill up, so save your table soon. Contact Stefaan, Amy M. or Hillary at (214) 265-7389 or [email protected].

  • D

    It seems every year my wife and I are looking for a good place to have something to eat on the night of Christmas. We have driven around for many hours trying to find a place that is even open. I have two suggestions:

    St. Martins Bistro: For a nice dinner

    The Loon: My personal favorite for a few drinks and dinner. My personal favorite on their menu is the chili cheesburger. I go there once a year (Christmas Day) but I swear they have one of the best burgers in town. Perhaps all the good celebrating I have had during the day sways my opinion?