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This year, how about taking a break from cooking a big holiday dinner – and more importantly, ditch the dirty dishes! Why not take a night off and let the professionals handle it? Here are a few restaurants in the Phoenix area that will be open on Christmas and ready to help you celebrate.

El Chorro

This Paradise Valley restaurant, with roots that go back to 1934, is beloved by locals, many of whom have made dining here on Christmas Day a holiday tradition – and with good reason. Their food is impeccable. (Just ask anyone about their sticky buns.) Their holiday menus are always filled with mouth-watering selections, and an ambience you will never forget. Be sure to make your reservation early so you don’t miss this opportunity!

Tommy V’s Urban Kitchen & Bar

Over in Scottsdale, you’ll find this charming restaurant where their priorities remain excellent food and incredible service. Their three-course Christmas Day menu is over the top, with choices like Pasta e Fagioli, Dijon Seared Branzino, Eggplant Torte, Salted Caramel Cheesecake, and Tiramisu. You can choose your courses and make your reservation through OpenTable.

T. Cook’s at Royal Palms Resort & Spa

If you really want to go all out, then head over to Phoenix for a four-course meal at this high-end Royal Palms restaurant. Though they haven’t yet announced their menu options, you can bet it’s going to be incredible with a regular menu that features items like Garlic Herbed Lamb Chops, Potato Leek Soup, and Pasta Carbonara.

STK Scottsdale

For all you meat lovers out there, put this steakhouse on your list for Christmas dinner. With options like Roasted Prime Rib and Roasted Free Range Turkey Breast, you’ll be able to choose exactly what you want. The sides include stuffing, sweet potatoes, fingerling potatoes, green beans, mashed potatoes, and of course, gravy. Reserve your spot as soon as possible!

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