Top Restaurants Open On Thanksgiving In South Florida

Top Restaurants Open On Thanksgiving In South Florida
An alternative option to a home-cooked Thanksgiving meal is to go to a restaurant that is open on Thanksgiving and offers delicious eats and a great ambiance. Sitting down and being tended to by a waiter, not having to put dishes in the dishwasher or clean up afterwards and eating food that admittedly will be better than yours are tremendous factors for going out to eat on Thanksgiving. Thankfully, South Florida will have some top-flight restaurants offering price-fixed menus for the holiday so a family can enjoy a beautiful ambiance and dining experience.

Swine Southern Table & Bar
2415 Ponce De Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, FL 33134
(786) 360-6433
www.runpigrun.com

Right off of Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, the family that goes to eat a Swine will feel as if they are in the country house of a warm, friendly family. Swine is offering a $58 price-fixed two-course menu featuring a first course of dishes like deviled eggs and angus burnt ends and then moving to roasted turkey with gravy and cranberry port sauce. Sides include cornbread with sage stuffing, whipped sweet potato, fried Brussels sprouts and mac and cheese. For those who can fit in dessert, bourbon pecan pie and/or spiced pumpkin pie are available.

Devon Seafood Grill
11715 Sherri Lane
Miami, FL 33183
(305) 275-0226
www.devonseafood.com

In the new Palms at Town & Country off 117th Avenue in the suburb of Kendall, Devon Seafood Grill packs the parking lot and will do it again on Thanksgiving Day offering a buffet menu for $36 an adult and $18 for children under 12. There will be a carving station that offers maple-glazed ham with honey wine sauce and slow-roasted prime rib with horseradish cream. The sides offered include cornbread and sausage dressing, giblet gravy, mashed potatoes, baked butternut squash casserole, cranberry and orange relish, etc.

BLT Prime
4400 N.W. 87th Ave.
Miami, FL 33178
(305) 591-6616
www.e2hospitality.com

At the wondrous Trump National Doral, the BLT Prime Steakhouse will be open on Thanksgiving Day to the public offering an authentic Thanksgiving menu. The resort seems like an oasis separate from the busy activity of Northwest 41st Street and 87th Avenue in the City of Doral. The turkey will be made to surprise, oozing with new tastes for one’s taste buds to evoke memories of homemade Thanksgiving meals past. The entire menu brings aromas of autumn and home-cooked meals to ensure that going out to eat was a great choice.

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3030 Ocean
3030 Holiday Drive
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
(954) 765-3030
www.3030ocean.com

Have an authentic South Florida Thanksgiving dinner at 3030 Ocean, looking out at the Atlantic and feeling the ambiance presented by the clean lines and color scheme of the restaurant. This spot is offering a three-course Thanksgiving dinner priced at $50 per person — kabocha squash soup with maple chive cream, turkey breast and confit leg stuffed with mushroom bread stuffing, accompanied by Yukon puree, fall vegetables and cranberry sauce. The final course to send everyone rolling home will be pecan bars topped with cranberry and pomegranate caramel and salted caramel ice cream.

Royal Pig Pub
350 E. Las Olas Blvd
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301
(954) 617-7447
www.royalpigpub.com

The Royal Pig Pub will show off its Thanksgiving style with a tasty menu and an ambiance similar to the main hall of a royal castle. Customers can enjoy a booth for their meal or sit at the long bar and possibly break into song to celebrate the great day. Customers can eat turkey roulade (turkey breast rolled up with stuffing) and parsnip mashed and sweet potato/marshmallow casserole. End with a delicious dessert to top off the tryptophan. Last year was fried beignets stuffed with blueberry jelly and peanut butter creme anglaise.

Related: Guide For Thanksgiving Weekend Visitors To South Florida

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