Whether you crave a snack or a cup of coffee on Christmas Day, Your options are limited.
Most of the major restaurant chains will close on Friday, but several Starbucks, McDonald’s and Dunkin locations will open, along with IHOP, Denny’s and Waffle House. The franchising decision is often a decision about whether a restaurant is open on holidays, so check your nearest location before heading out.
With the exception of Chinese restaurants known to be open at Christmas, many local restaurants will also be closed, according to an analysis by the small business software provider. Wembley. Womply found that in 2019, only 20% of restaurants were open on vacation.
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Why are so few restaurants open on vacation? Historically Christmas is a slow day for the industry and this year with Corona Virus Cases soar, Womply found that 28% of restaurants nationwide are closed as of December 1.
Restaurants are opening Christmas 2020
The following restaurant chains have select locations open in some capacities. Some dining rooms may be closed, many may offer a more limited menu or takeout and delivery only.
Check your nearest location before heading out as not all sites are open. Some restaurant websites do not have updated vacation hours, so call ahead
More restaurants: Some local and regional chains will be open for Christmas and hotel restaurants are often open on holidays. Find additional restaurants by searching social media and searching for an online reservation service The table is open.
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