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Legendary Drago Brothers Celebrate Christmas Eve with Beverly Hills Glamour at Via Alloro

Deck the Halls at Via Alloro in Beverly Hills this Christmas Eve with the legendary Drago Brothers and celebrate with Chef Tanino Drago’s Feast of the Seven Fishes Prix-Fixe Menu ($95.00 per person) or Via Alloro’s Traditional Menu!

Via Alloro

 Christmas Eve

Photo Credit:  Courtesy of Via Alloro

If the family decides to indulge in the Feast of the Seven Fishes Prix-Fixe Menu each member will enjoy seven seafood courses with the



First CourseSwordfish Carpaccio With Fresh Fennel, Oranges and Pomegranate: the

Second CourseBaccalá, a baked Cod with tomato, potatoes, and olives;

Third CourseCouscous in a Red Mullet Broth;

Fourth CourseRisotto With Black Mussels, Wild Arugula, and Lemon Zest;

Fifth CourseSquid Ink Spaghetti with Clams and White Wine;

Sixth CourseSeared Ahi Tuna “Esotico,” served on a bed of green beans topped with papaya-bell pepper salsa;

Seventh Course – the Fresh Mediterranean Branzino with Lentils,

and finally the Dolce for a sweet finish including Biscotti and Vin Santo.



Guests that opt for the Via Allora Traditional Menu will enjoy all of the Drago Family Italian classics along with some celebratory Sicilian Holiday Specials.

For those that opt for a strong cup of Christmas Cheer, Via Alloro has a special Signature Handcrafted Cocktail List and their full Wine List will also be available.

So, HO! HO! HO! and come have a very Merry Christmas Eve at Via Alloro! 

Via Alloro will be open on Christmas Eve, Tuesday, December 24th, 2019 from 10:30 am  to 10:30 pm; Via Alloro will be closed on Christmas Day, Wednesday, December 25th, 2019; 310 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; 310.275.2900;

Martin Teller
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