Enjoy Christmas Eve at Buckhead Restaurants

Chefs preparing special menus for holiday feasts

A number of Buckhead restaurants are preparing special Christmas Eve feasts. Here are a few highlights.

chef Linton Hopkins' special four course menu includes a caviar celebration, prime rib of beef, herbed Alaskan hailibat or armomatic Carolina pheasant, or a winter vegetsble plate. At $85 for each person, the meals also include delectable desserts, prepared by pastry chef Aaron Russell, a news release said. See the web site, www.restauranteugene.com, or call 404-355-0321.

At at Phipps Plaza, the four-course prix-fix menu will be the "Feast of Seven Fishes," featuring marinated mussels, eggplant caviar; Maine lobster bisque, seared diver scallops, brandy cream; and seared swordfish, tagliatelle and black truffle cream sauce. See www.davios.com or call 404-844.4810.

in the Atlanta Marriott Buckhead, 3405 Lenix Road, offers an adult twist on the classic holiday cocoa. It's being poured at Shula's holiday menu bar through Dec. 31. Shula's also festures a chef-created gingerbread village. Call 404-848-7345 or see www.shulas347atlanta.com. 

Half-Baked Casseroles at 3185 Roswell Road, 404-228-5836, has a selection of home-style meals that you can pick up for holiday parties, according to a news release. Half-baked also offers holiday gift baskets.

From spiced pumpkin pie to tiramisu yule logs, Buckhead Bread Co. at the bakes a delicioius assortment of holiday sweets. Call 404-240-1978 to order. The final day for Christmas ordering is Thursday by 3:30 p.m., according to the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group web site.

To make online reservations for Buckhead restaurants, see the Open Table web site.






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