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December 24 and 25 dining options Dresden

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We - a family of parents and 2 adult offspring - are lucky enough to be spending five days in Dresden over Christmas this year.
We have visited before so have good plans for things to do.
We are aware that things get very quiet on Christmas eve and have made contact with our hotel re eating there - NH Dresden Altmarkt - stayed here before.

I have read lots of trip reports and ideas so guess this is asking for up to date suggestions and ideas.
We do not have any special requirements and do not mind if the style of restaurants/food is not English, American, or Aussie Christmas...

Being from South Australia we are well prepared with cold weather clothing but still probably won't want to walk to eat, say more than say 30 minutes if the weather gets too cold!
Thanks for the help.

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