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Does cooking a large holiday dish sound like some-more highlight than it’s worth?

If so, check out one of these area restaurants portion adult a Christmas feast: 

Galt House Christmas Eve Dinner 

Where: 140 N. 4th St., RIVUE Restaurant Lounge

When: 2-8:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 24.

Menu: Lobster bisque, grilled sea scallops, internal immature salad, boiled immature tomatoes, tuna tartare, baby kale salad, and steep liver pate, potato-filled agnolotti, spiced ham shank, roasted cornish hen, vessel parched sea bass, and rib roast. Dessert to follow.

Cost: $55, $25 for ages 4-10, giveaway for ages 3 and younger.

Reservations: RIVUE.com; 502-568-4239

Galt House Christmas Dinner

Where: 140 N. 4th St., Fountain Room, RIVUE Tower,

When:10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday, Dec. 25.

Menu: Breakfast featuring an omelet station, french toast, sausage, bacon, biscuits and gravy; a prohibited smorgasboard featuring smoked beef brisket, smoked turkey, grilled salmon, immature beans, honeyed potato casserole, churned potatoes and normal stuffing; cold smorgasboard featuring hearts of romaine, smoked ham, cooking mushrooms, assorted breads, margin greens and anniversary fruit; and dessert smorgasboard featuring apple pie, pumpkin cake and bread pudding.

Cost: $35, $15 for ages 4-10, giveaway for ages 3 and younger.

Reservations: 502-568-4241

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English Grill: Brown Hotel Christmas Brunch/Dinner 

Where: English Grill, 335 W. Broadway

When: Seating during noon, 2 and 4 p.m. Monday, Dec. 25

Menu: Seafood bar with oyster baked Rockefeller, poached shrimp and Jonah crab claws; charcuterie and cheese display; and prohibited brownish-red canapes. Pair entrée choices, filet of beef with black truffle potato gratin, shelve of lamb with eggplant caponata, or vessel parched halibut with roasted fingerling potatoes. Diners can fill their plates with a accumulation of anniversary sides like poached spiced pears, German potato salad and cavatappi pasta salad. A list full of desserts will finish a meal.

Cost: $69 per person, and taxation and gratuity; $22 for ages 4-12; and giveaway for ages 3 and younger. 

Reservations: Required. 502-583-1234

J. Graham Cafe: Brown Hotel Christmas Brunch/Dinner

Where: J. Graham Cafe, 335 W. Broadway

When: Seating at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 25

Menu: Corn and crab bisque, roasted Tewes Farm turkey with cornbread dressing, hand-carved primary rib, made-to-order Belgian waffles and omelets, fungus crepes, breakfast stew and an collection of holiday candy and excellent patisserie creation.

Cost: $42 per person, and taxation and gratuity; $18 for children ages 4-12; giveaway for ages 3 and younger. 

Reservations: Required. 502-583-1234

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Free Christmas Meal

Where: Wayside Christian Mission. Hotel Louisville, 120 W. Broadway St.

When: Breakfast, 6:45-8:30 a.m.; lunch, noon-2 p.m.; dinner, 5-6:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 25.

Cost: Free

More information: Volunteers, food donations and donations of unwrapped new toys, mittens, scarves, hosiery and personal hygiene equipment needed. 502-584-3711. 

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