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London Christmas Eve Favorites - What to do? Christmas Restaurants?

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Thank you for all previous information, this is a great site with great people and wonderful information.
Looking for where to go/what to do on Christmas Eve? Two parents and two college age lads looking for some food, drink and cheer! What streets, areas, pubs, etc. Hoping to eat at some point, what's the best approach to the day/evening? Going to Borough Market mid day to eat and buy some food for the flat but where after that?

Also, any Christmas Day restaurant recommendations? Hoping to not break the bank but also for a nice holiday meal. Open table lists open restaurants but local recommends would help sort things out. We are staying near the British Museum but aren't against a nice walk to dinner.
Thank you in advance!

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