Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in Chicago
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Thanksgiving is the most epic of all meals, no doubt about it. However, all that preparation can be a total beast. So why not leave it to the pros this year? These restaurants around Chicago are offering delicious Thanksgiving menus, so you can kick back, relax, and focus on stuffing your face.
This South Loop spot will be serving up Thanksgiving buffet-style with an omelette station, salads, desserts, prime rib, and, of course, turkey. Adults will pay $49.99 per person, and children between 5 and 12 years old can eat for $19.99. Check out the menu here.
The American holiday gets a French twist at this beloved bistro. The prix fixe menu, set at $34.95 per person, includes the traditional turkey, but diners can also choose from lamb and duck duos. A sweet finish will satisfy, whether you go with pumpkin pie or eclairs. Take a look here.
David Burke Primehouse
This premiere steakhouse brings character to the Thanksgiving meal. Forgo the bird and get one of their mouth-watering cuts of steak instead, supplemented with seasonal sides like sweet potato mac n’ cheese and mushroom & herb stuffing. The meal is $58 for adults and $19 for children. You can see the full menu here.
Café Des Architectes
Serving from 11am to 11pm, late and early eaters alike can partake of this decadent Thanksgiving spread. The price is $65 a person and includes incredible dishes such as black truffle risotto, a vegetable tart with cranberry gastrique & goat cheese, and white chocolate macaron. A list of Thanksgiving inspired wines will perfectly pair with any dish. Take a look at the entire menu.
Lockwood Restaurant & Bar
Lockwood’s Thanksgiving buffet offers the best of fall’s greatest flavors. Supplement your maple-honey-molasses roasted turkey with autumn greens in gingerbread dressing and butternut squash soup. It is $70 for adults, $65 for seniors, $40 for children ages 6 to 12, and sparkling wine and various non-alcoholic beverages are included. Read more here.
Along with a limited a la carte menu, LM Bistro will have a prix fixe menu available for $39 per person. Starting with a celeriac soup garnished with absinthe caviar and ending with a classic pumpkin tart, this menu will leave you with the perfect post-turkey coma. The whole menu can be found here.
Tavern On Rush
This well-known Gold Coast restaurant will be serving up a traditional turkey dinner as only a professional kitchen can. Enjoy roasted acorn squash soup, turkey with all the best fixings, and your favorite fall desserts, such as apple cobbler a la mode. Adults are $41.95, and children are $16.95. Take a look here.
Chef Joshua Hasho is keeping things local this holiday with his four-course menu. Mouthwatering choices include lamb bacon wrapped dates, roasted parsnip and apple soup, Garden Gate Farm Turkey with pumpkin sausage, and more. The meal is offered at $65 per person and $22 for a child's entree. Reservations will be accepted from 12 pm to 8 pm.
Bin 36 will be serving up a three-course menu from 3pm to 9pm. Delicious choices are available for each course, along with family-style sides like sourdough stuffing and apple cider glazed brussel sprouts. The whole menu can be seen here. Adults are $48 per person, and it is $20 for children under 12.
Not up to cooking, but don't want to get out of your sweatpants either? Lucky for you, The Goddess and Grocer is catering Thanksgiving! Choose a la carte dishes or get a package for 12 people at $375. Boom! Turkey time! Check out the menu here.
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