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restaurants for Christmas Day in Seville and NYEve in Lisboa

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Our family of three (including 20 year old son) are traveling in Spain and Portugal over the holidays. We will be in Seville for Christmas Day and in Lisbon NY Eve and Day. Any particular restaurant recommendations? For Christmas Day, we are thinking of a more formal restaurant--pretty dining room would be nice too. We love seafood but are fairly adventurous cuisine wise.
In Lisbon a more lively atmosphere would be great. Are the fado/dinner places worth it or better to eat at a restaurant and go to fado later? We all love to dance too but obviously Mom and Dad are likely older than the young crowd--but perhaps NY Eve caters to a more demographically eclectic crowd in Lisboa?

Thanks for all advice and suggestions.

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