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Lupa by Daniel Krieger

Where to Enjoy the Feast of the Seven Fishes in NYC

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Here's a guide to eight great restaurants that are serving that traditional Italian-American Christmas Eve dinner, the Feast of the Seven Fishes. Many have taken the literal route, and are serving seven course meals of octopus, salt cod, clams, and more, but there are also few more condensed meals on the list. For those whose Christmas Eve plans are already locked up, or who are just looking to extend the holiday feasting, quite a few of these places are offering their fish feasts all week. And for more holiday dining ideas, check out Eater's guides to Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

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i Trulli

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Lincoln Ristorante

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