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Christmas 2015: A Field Guide to Dining in Metro Phoenix

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Whether you're craving a Christmas ham, Peking duck, or sushi, you've got plenty of dining options on Christmas Day in metro Phoenix. And since you're probably tired of hunting things down — you know, because of all the time you spent hunting down last-minute presents at the mall this week — we've gone ahead and made this handy field guide to Christmas dining options around town. 

10 Restaurants Open on Christmas Day in Metro Phoenix 

From 24-hour Denny's to Zinc Bistro in Scottsdale, these restaurants are open on Christmas and ready to serve you and yours. 

10 Chinese Restaurants Open on Christmas Day in Metro Phoenix

We believe in the sanctity of eating Chinese food on December 25 — and that doesn't have to mean greasy delivery fare. These 10 Chinese restaurants all over the Valley offer quality Chinese food including several spots for dim sum. 

20 Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Dining Options in Metro Phoenix

This one's for you traditionalists out there: 20 restaurants around the Valley serving the full Christmas spread including buffets, prix-fixe menus, and more. 

Bonus: Need a last-minute idea for this year's Christmas cookie exchange? We got you. Check out this list of 10 Crazy Recipes for Your Holiday Cookie Exchange. (Spoiler alert: Garlic Brittle Cookies) 

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