Christmas can still feel like Christmas even if you don’t spend half the day slaving over the stove. If you want to bypass hours spent in the kitchen, check out one of the many NYC restaurants open on Christmas Day—serving up festive fare and creative specialties.
Last week, I went to an event at MEGU—a chic Japanese restaurant in Tribeca. The large, two-floor space is beautifully designed—bathed in a sea of beige, cool concrete and accents of red. The dining room boasts a large ice sculpture at its center—a feature brought in from Brooklyn each night—and an enormous spherical iron chandelier hovering above.