Westchester Restaurants Open for Christmas Eve

by Katie Schlientz
westchester restaurants open for christmas

Looking for the best places to go for Dec. 24th Look no further—with places celebrating with a special brunch or the seven fishes dinner, you’ll be holiday happy with these Westchester restaurants open for Christmas Eve! (For restaurants open on Christmas Day, click here!)

{IntoxiKate Tip}

With limited eateries opened for the holidays, seats will fill up fast so make you’re reservations soon.


Christmas Eve

Beehive Restaurant


Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner on Christmas Eve, so this place has you covered (last seating will be at 7 p.m.).  For breakfast, start with the Bloody Mary that’s served with a strip of smoked applewood bacon ($8). There’s plenty of french toast, waffles and pancakes to choose from ($7.45 & up). For the evening hours, try their famous french dip, with shaved house roosted been and frizzled onions served on a garlic wedge that’s perfect for dipping ($12.95).

{30 Old Route 22, Armonk, 914-765-0688, beehive-restaurant.com)


Racanelli’s Pizza & Brew


“Feast of the Seven Fishes” a la carte menu featuring items like fried calamari, clams oreganata, shrimp scampi. Not a fish fan? Their regular menu is also available. Try the orecchiette with sausage and broccoli rabbi ($18.99) or the margherita pizza ($13.99). Take out is also available.

{851 Central Park Ave., Scarsdale, 914-472-1032, pizzaandbrewscarsdale.com}


{Christmas Eve Tradition}

The feast of the seven fishes, an Italian-American tradition, is a seven-course seafood meal served on Christmas Eve. It’s roots are derived from the Catholic traditional of abstinence—avoiding the consumption of meat on the eve of specific holidays.

{IntoxiKate Tip}

Serving the feast of the seven fishes this holiday? Check out the IntoxiKate Holiday Guide for some delicious seafood recipes from local Westchester chefs!


Casa Rina Restaurant


Casa Rina is offering a three course meal with an appetizer, salad or soup, and main course for the holidays from an a la carte menu. Try a surf and turf combo–start with the mussels marinara and end with the filet mignon with garlic mashed potatoes and sautéed spinach ($42.95). Assorted holiday pastries will be served for dessert.

{886 Commerce St., Thornwood, 914-769-4515, casarinarestaurant.com}



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