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Christmas Eats


Continuing in the vein of my inherent laziness, I decided to do a quick Google search on what options I have if I want to eat out on Christmas day this year.

From experience, I know there's always the Korea Town area on Bloor, between Bathurst and Christie for reliable dinner fare. And there's also good ol' dependable Chinatown, where a good number of the restaurants are usually open.

But what else? Well, the Royal Canadian Yacht Club has two seatings for Christmas dinner. Sadly, I think you have to be a member or be accompanied by a member to attend this $55.95 per person meal.

The Fairmont Royal York has dinner for $89 per person. And to be all posh, the price includes valet parking.

Apart from that, Google doesn't offer much else in the form of useful info on places to dine. As for me, I think I'll try and find me some Peking duck (RIP Champion House) a la the Christmas Story.

(By the way: The Christmas Story is playing at the Royal at 608 College St., tonight at 7pm)

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