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Christmas and New Year's dining suggestions in Rome and Venice??

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I have had little luck in selecting this!! And know I need to get some reservations pronto!!

Christmas in Venice. Need idea for Christmas Eve, although perhaps a big lunch that day could suffice, as we are in an apt in SM area. Plan to go to midnight mass, so we could pick up something for a lighter dinner. Christmas Day?? had thought of breakfast/brunch at a place on St. Marks square...know it will be expensive, but will be open! and memorable!! Price? not 100 euros a head (four in family, teen sons) but 50+ is ok for the right spot...I presume the Ghetto is open...

New Year's in Rome. Would like, again, one memorable meal, either NYE or day....have seen some outrageous price fixed menus. Again, 100 euros a head is too much, 50+ is understandable for a neat place. Doesn't have to be 'high end', just good and unique. NYE dinner, and NY day. Staying near Pantheon.

Overall, I presume the better hotels in both locations are serving...any you would recommend? food? atmosphere? Have emailed several spots, but no replies.

Many thanks!

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