LPT if you ever need to find a restaurant that is open on a major Christian holiday try Asian cuisine.

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keepthetips

There was a Dunkin Donuts franchise owned by a really nice Muslim family near my mom’s. I loved it because they would be open on Christmas and it was a tradition for me to stop on the way to my mom’s with the kids in the morning to get coffee and donuts for everyone. I guess they sold it because last year I swung by and it was closed. Everyone was so disappointed when I showed up with no donuts 🙁

uoYredruM

I actually had a craving for Asian cuisine today, but I couldn’t decide if I wanted to have Chinese or Japanese food. Does that make it a Thai?

Intend_your_puns

A Christmas Story did it.

EmersonLucero

You mean Jewish Christmas.

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