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Washington crossing the Delaware reenactment,Christmas Day, lunch nearby

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This is something I've thought about doing, but never have. Maybe this year, weather permitting?
Has anyone gone? I'd be driving from NYC so while it's suitable for a day trip, I don't want to waste hours if it's not that interesting.

I'm also looking for some place on the way back for a casual non-holiday late lunch.
In NYC, there are many choices of Asian or Indian restaurants that would be open as well as some local casual restaurants that have their regular menus that day. I assume the choices in suburban NJ/PA are fewer? If you know of anything (even an odd sandwich place) that might be open, please let me know.

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