Los Angeles Times | Vegas Guide – Where to have Christmas Dinner

Even if Christmas isn’t your thing, the food associated with it should be. From 24-hour joints to fine dinning rooms, holiday specials in Vegas with have you catching the yuletide spirit. So before you roast a chestnut over an open fire for Christmas dinner, consider La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway.

For many, wine is a must to get through the holidays. La Cave Wine and Food Hideaway is a cozy spot – role up in their dim, cellar-like room with a good bottle of red and a table of tapas such as asparagus with jamon Serrano and sunny-side-up egg, or a beef filet and blue cheese flatbread. This is Christmas after all, so chef Billy DeMarco has prepared something special for you: grilled black bass with tomato vinaigrette, baby artichoke ravioli and broccoli rabe ($24). He’s even thought of the win e to pair with it – the 2007 Caparzo Brunello di Montalcino Sangiovese ($27). You’ll be decking the halls in no time.