It's not all about traditional turkey, honey baked ham and pecan pie every year.

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[Sponsored] Trust us, after your third turkey dinner of the season, you're going to want to jazz up your festive season dinners. Luckily, it's not all about hotel buffets and set dinners. Some of the city's coolest restaurants are jumping on the bandwagon with edgy Christmas dinner offerings. From a turkey-inspired take on the Spanish paella to a white rabbit risotto, spice up your Christmas night by booking a seat at one of them with Chope.

Oxwell & Co.

Known for its bustling crowd and its fancy-friend's-living-room feel , this gastrobar has always been the go-to spot for upscale but unpretentious British fare. Perfect for small groups, their Fabulous Feast menu at $110 features sharing portions of pork scratchings, Scottish-inspired starters like cullen skink and sinfully decadent mains like the slow-roasted kurobuta pork belly. For bigger crowds, pick their canapes package at $60 per person, featuring sides of duck rilletes, beef sliders and gravlax tartare. Wash it all down with their cocktail rendition of a traditional mulled wine, the Christmas Cobbler ($18) or the spiced honey and pear fizz ($18). Book now!

Meatliquor 

To help you deal with the aftermath of long nights of Christmas partying, burger opening of the year Meatliquor is dishing out hangover cures in the form of their XXXmas burger ($21) that stacks a pork sausage and stuffing patty, sliced roast turkey, crispy bacon topped with cranberry sauce and gravy. For mac and cheese lovers, there's the Xmac & Cheese ($15)—deep fried miniature macaroni in a gooey mixture of cheddar, mozzarella, Stilton, gorgonzola, Parmesan and camembert with a side of cranberry sauce. They're also doing Christmas cocktails like the sloe gin fuzz ($22) and the Merry Milk Punch ($19).  Book now!

Sabio By The Sea

With striking and fashionable decor, glorious seafood fare, traditional tapas and a long list of Spanish wines and beers, Sabio By The Sea is mixing it up Spanish style this Christmas. At $88, their Christmas brunch comes with a hearty serving of crisp turkey paella and a main of baked sea bass. And just because, they're also throwing in an oysters and crepes station to get you fuel you up for another night of partying. Book now!

The Chophouse

Known for their hearty burgers and enormous steaks, this casual waterfront gastrobar is dishing out meat heavy offerings like turkey quesadillas ($20), slow roasted pork belly with apple jam ($15), braised mustard white rabbit and wild mushroom risotto ($30) and the braised Australian beef cheek ($26). If you're in the mood for sharing, pick their $98 Christmas platter that serves a decadently carnivorous mix of pork knuckles, sausages, salmon and prawns. Book now!

Violet Herbs 

Semi fine dining restaurant Violet Herbs is sticking true to its modern European roots with a $128 four-course dinner thats great for seafood lovers. Mains include pan-seared foie gras topped with red wine poached pear and cranberry sauce; crab consomme served alongside summer truffle, orange gum and Boston lobster; and a crispy cod served with clam, spicy crab broth and parsnip chips. Book now!

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