Crystal Springs offers Christmas menu


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Crystal Tavern’s three-course Christmas menu ($69, $98 with wine pairing) features starters such as the creamy Pheasant Veloute with root vegetables; House-Cured Salmon with black radish and salmon roe or Fried Mackerel with oyster mayonnaise and pickled cucumber.

Entrée options include Rib Roast with parsnips and natural jus and Ocean Trout with swiss chard and rosemary, followed by Eggnog Panna Cotta or Warm Apple Crumble. The holiday menu will be offered 5-10 p.m. on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Springs Bistro will offer a three-course Italian feast ($69, $98 with wine pairing). After an amuse of Bolognese Arancini, guests can choose pasta, surf or turf with Tortellini en Brodo, Scallops with cauliflower and hazelnuts or Beef Carpaccio with apple and arugula. For the entrée, Porchetta with fregola or Roasted Bass accompanied by clams, fennel and olives and for dessert — a rich Budino with whiskey cherries or Winter Citrus with white chocolate and pistachios. Springs Bistro will be open 5pm to 10pm on Christmas Eve and 3-8 p.m. on Christmas Day.

Restaurant Latour’s festive Christmas Brunch on Dec. 24 will highlight the flavors and ingredients of the season like chestnuts, pheasant and caviar in dishes such as Scrambled Eggs with crispy oysters and caviar, Pheasant on a stout waffle, Cured Salmon on ab everything bagel and Poached Eggs with pork belly. Chocolate Cake or Chestnut Cheesecake with cranberry and graham cracker round off the celebratory meal. The special brunch will be $55 for 2 courses and $75 for 3 courses, Dec. 24 hours: 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.



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