An Italian Christmas celebration, the Seven Fishes Feast is filled with delicious seafood, and Seattle has some of the country’s best! Here’s where you can celebrate like the Italians do!

Anchovies & Olives
Sunday, December 23
5:00pm – 10:00pm
1550 15th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122

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Celebrate Christmas Eve a day early and in the Italian way, with a seafood smorgasbord! The Feast of the Seven Fishes (Festa dei Sette Pesci) is a long-standing tradition of eating seafood on Christmas Eve and is believed to have originated in Southern Italy. Chef Zach Chambers will be creating a traditional fish-centric family-style feast for guests to enjoy. Try six oysters on the half shell to begin, the Seared Scallop with Chestnut-Apple Soup, and Spaghetti Neri with Smoked Mussels. Top it off with a scoop of marscapone gelato! Reservations are highly recommended.

Monday, December 24
1100 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

Enjoy Chef Walter’s traditional Feast of the Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve. In a warm and intimate dining room, you’ll feast on starters like the traditonal fish salad, wood oven mussels and stuffed clams. For the main course, try the smoked salmon ravioli, clam linguine, or stuffed veal chop. And of course there are plenty of sweets to top of your evening, including Tulio’s signature tiramisu. Call for reservations. Buon Appetito!

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Bin on the Lake
Monday, December 24
1270 Carillon Point
Kirkland, WA 98033

Experience an Italian Christmas Eve tradition at the Woodmark’s award winning restaurant, Bin on the Lake. Chef Dylan Giordan has prepared a feast including Sicilian style prawns, stuffed mussels, clams in white wine, black cod and many more delectable options. Call for reservations.

Al Boccalino
Monday, December 24
1 Yesler Way
Seattle, WA 98104

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A small, intimate Italian restaurant that features both old world classics and contemporary Italian cuisine, join Al Boccalino on Christmas Eve for a very traditional Feast of the Seven Fishes. With handmade pastas and desserts, you will feel as if you’ve made a trip to Italy for the holidays. Reservations are highly recommended.