- Sylvester (Crackers) Graham born (1794)
Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner If You're Not at Home
Napa Valley GrilleLos Angeles' Napa Valley Grille will be serving squash bisque, roast turkey with all the fixings, butterscotch bread pudding, chicken with roasted apple mashed potatoes, and mini pumpkin pie.
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Thanksgiving is a holiday best spent with friends and family, enjoying food around a festive table. Whether that table is inside a house or inside a restaurant? That’s up to you. If you’re inside a restaurant, you don’t have to worry about doing dishes, serving food, or even standing up until it’s time to leave, so that’s one advantage right there. And while it might sound sad to think about Thanksgiving at a restaurant — a few slices of dry turkey, lumpy gravy, boxed mashed potatoes and canned cranberry sauce might come to mind — there are actually a lot of restaurants that go above and beyond the call of duty to put together a world-class Thanksgiving experience for their customers.
We’ve scoured the country and assembled a list of restaurants, both chains and non-chains, that are serving Thanksgiving dinner this year. Check back often, as we’ll be updating it as more menus roll in.
Applebee’s: The chain will be offering a buffet-style Thanksgiving dinner. Each location’s offerings will be slightly different, but will include turkey, cranberry sauce, yams, and green beans.
Boston Market: You’re probably not going to want to eat your Thanksgiving dinner inside a Boston Market, but there’s a whole feast you can order to go. It includes a whole roast turkey, spinach artichoke dip, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry walnut relish, stuffing, dinner rolls, and pumpkin and apple pies. This is just one of many options; click here for the full menu.
Buca di Beppo: An Italian family-style meal with Thanksgiving fare will be served to feed between 3-6 people. The Turkey Feast includes turkey with gravy, garlic mashed potatoes, homemade spicy Italian stuffing, cranberry sauce and Buca's mini chocolate chip cannolis. The entire menu can be found here.
Cracker Barrel: For the entire week of Thanksgiving, their special meal, which is $10 for adults and $5 for children, can be ordered to go, and on Thanksgiving proper you can eat-in. It includes turkey with dressing and cranberry sauce, sugar-cured ham, sweet potato casserole, your choice of vegetable, bread, a drink, and a slice of pumpkin pecan streusel pie.
Delicatessen: For an all-American feast, check out Chef Michael Ferraro’s Thanksgiving menu at Delicatessen ($42/pp). The menu will incorporate some of his family’s favorite holiday dishes such as turkey tortellini soup, local farm roasted turkey with all the trimmings, and an assortment of Thanksgiving Day pie. And, of course, you can’t skip out on the cast iron skillets of Ferraro's famed mac and cheese.
Fish Tag: The Middle Eastern inspired Thanksgiving meal at Fish Tag ($40/pp, $22 wine or beer pairing) stands out with its Turducken and fixins: a roasted terrine of chicken, duck and turkey with bread and mushroom stuffing, Kabocha squash puree, cranberry chutney, and brussels sprouts. In addition to the tasty bird-trio, enjoy roasted Squash Salad with dry cherries and Tuscan kale; grilled prawns with feta and spicy chilies; smoked turkey tortellini in turkey broth; roasted salmon, a lamb burger, and Mediterranean bulghar salad.
Benoit: Give thanks at Alain Ducasse's adorable Midtown bistro Benoit ($65/pp), which will serve up a family-style French feast including highlights like Butternut Squash Soup, Maine Lobster Salad, Twice Baked Upside Down Comté Cheese Soufflé, Homemade Foie Gras Terrine, Vermont Farm-Raised Turkey, foie gras/chestnut stuffing cranberry chutney, fricassee of potato, pearl onion and wild mushroom, Organic Scottish Salmon Tournedos, Filet Mignon aux Poivres, and Fresh Ricotta and Pumpkin Ravioli with sage.
Marble Lane ($65/pp) will serve a southern-style, globally-inspired Thanksgiving, with dishes like Turkey Gumbo with fried okra and biscuits; Sweet Potato Risotto with roasted pecans, chives, and Parmigiano reggiano; Herb Roasted Turkey Breast with sweet potato puree, sprouts, giblet gravy and stuffing; and pumpkin cheesecake.
Fish & Game: Enjoy a family-style turkey with all of the trimmings with housemade charcuterie, pickles, and a selection of pies and cakes at this Hudson Valley location.
Madison & Vine: International wine bar and American bistro Madison & Vine ($50/pp) will serve a globally inspired three-course meal featuring Butternut Squash and Pumpkin Bisque with Toasted Pumpkin; Free Range Organic Roasted Turkey served with homestyle mashed potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, Haricot Vert, cornbread, herb and sausage stuffing and cranberry orange relish; or slow roasted Black Angus Prime Rib with homestyle mashed potatoes, sauteed baby vegetables and a Port, raisin and black peppercorn sauce; or Wild Mushroom and White Truffle Ravioli with toasted pine nuts in a brown butter sage sauce. Pumpkin and apple pies will be available for dessert.
Recette ($85/pp) will serve a specially created four-course meal including pumpkin Espuma with bay scallops and pear; roasted Sable Fish with chicken dumplings, root vegetables, consommé; Turkey Roulade featuring a confit leg, chestnuts and cranberries ; and a Pumpkin Custard topped with candied pecans and pepitas, cinnamon brown sugar ice cream, chocolate ganache.
Café Boulud: French-born culinary master Daniel Boulud is hosting Thanksgiving dinner in all of his NYC restaurants. Cafe Boulud ($135/person, $55/child), will serve a three course tasting menu with fall squash soup, heritage farm turkey breast stuffed with ciabatta alongside crangerry marmalade and sweet potato puree, as well as a pecan tart with bourbon ice cream for dessert. But not being home doesn’t exclude having leftovers! Guests will go home with a box including a turkey sandwich on a rosemary and sage focaccia bun with braised red cabbage, herbed aioli and apples, sweet potato salad and dessert.
Seäsonal: Ring in the Thanksgiving season with an Austrian-style fare like butternut sqash soup; autumn spatzle with wild mushrooms, Brussels sprouts and Austrian cheese; wiener schnitzel with cucumber, potato and lingonberry; and a roasted duck confit with apples, chestnuts, dried prunes and marjoram.
DBGB Kitchen and Bar: For a less-expensive option, check out DBGB Kitchen and Bar ($55/person, $26/child). The three courses will include autumn squash soup with pumpkin seeds, preserved gooseberries, and sage cream; roasted turkey breast and leg with rye and chestnot stuffing; and a pumpkin pie with maple cream for dessert.
Ditch Plains: Have a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in the Upper West Side with dishes like the pan seared turkey breast with turkey fingers and cranberry dipping sauce and pumpkin pie for dessert.
Eleven Madison Park: If you’ve been looking for a reason to splurge at Daniel Humm’s restaurants, the anniversary of the arrival of the pilgrims may be just the reason to do so. Eleven Madison Park ($195/pp) will serve a prix fixe of foie gras with maple and wood sorrel, heirloom beets with horseradish and rye crumble, organic turkey with butternut squash and chestnut stuffing, Black Angus beef with red wine braised shallots and searedfoie gras, tilefish, poached with matsutakes, broccoli rabe and garlic, potato mousseline; red wine braised cabbage; cranberry chutney; brussels sprouts with bacon; parsnip ecrasse; baked sweet potatoes and a dessert of apple with hibiscus and bay.
The NoMad ($135/pp, $65/child) will serve dishes like foie gras with pear, licorice and red wine; white truffle and parmesan pisotto; bone marrow encrusted beef with short ribs and sweet potato; chicken with black truffle, brioche and foie gras stuffing; turkey; buttermilk and brown butter mashed potatoes; Brussels sprouts with bacon and shallots; acorn squash with maple and pumpkin seeds; chestnut stuffing with turkey sausage and sage; roasted parsnips with creme fraiche and parsley, and sweet potato custard with maple ice cream, gingerbread and chestnuts.
Jones Wood Foundry: Dine in ($39/pp) or take out ($25/pp) a 3-course prix fixe menu at this Upper East Side location. Start with the Butternut Squash Ravioli with split pea & smoked ham hock broth with crumbled goat cheese and toasted pumpkin seeds; traditional roast turkey with gravy, roast potatoes, sweet potato puree, chesnut & sage stuffing, roasted Brussels sprouts, buttered carrots, corn bread, cranberry sauce; and finish with pumpkin pie with chantilly cream.
The Elm: A 3-course prix fixe ($75/pp, $37 per child) with pumpkin soup, foie gras with grape gelée, peanut, and ginger, and artichoke with buttermilk, speck, and black garlic; skate with cucumber, Marcona almond, and brown butter, short rib, and Thanksgiving turkey with all of the trimmings; apple pie, pumpkin pie, black forest cake; and sides of sweet potato purée, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, sausage stuffing, and hericot vert. View the menu here.
Porter House: The full menu has not been released yet, but expect to find Maine Lobster Bisque and Roasted Turkey on the 3-course menu ($88/pp, $39 per child).
Blue Ribbon Bakery & Cafe: The regular menu will be served, but be on the lookout for specials starting at noon like the caviar egg shooters, brick-oven roasted Vermont turkey and a warm spiced honey cake.
Pearl and Ash: Chef Richard Kuo has designed a menu of small items with Japanese influence ($68/pp), with items like the Tea Cured Salmon with goat cheese, tamarind and seaweed; fluke with sunchoke and pomegranate; pork meatballs with shiitake mushrooms, bonito and soppressata; chicken dinner for two with stuffing, squash, mashed potatoes and green beans; and a selection of fruit pie and pumpkin pie.
Market Table will host Thanksgiving dinner with beet salad with goat cheese horseradish creme, herbs and hazelnuts; Applejack braised pork shoulder with antebellum grits, watermelon raidsh and apple mostarda; charred Brussels sprouts with pickled apples, sage and bacon; acorn squash with pecans and bourbon maple drizzle; roasted turkey with cornbread dressing, wilted greens, giblet gravy and cranberry sauce; banana chip gelato, brittle and pistachio cheesecake with dark chocolate sauce; and pumpkin or apple pies ($85/pp, $25 per child).
Dinosaur BBQ: Pick up your Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 27 for your party of 8-10. The Turkey Deluxe features a 12-14 lb. pit-smoked turkey, cornbread stuffing, homemade gravy, a choice of side, and two pies ($129.95-$159.95, prices vary per location). The Turkey Solo option is just the turkey with gravy ($75.95).
The Stanton Social: Thanksgiving specials include a traditional oven roasted organic turkey with honey and cider butter; butternut squash and sweet potato ravioli; spiced pecan and sage cornbread stuffing; pumpkin soup dumplings; skillet roasted brussel sprouts with pancetta, chestnuts and mustard.
Picnic: This new addition to East Village will be celebrating Thanksgiving family-style ($40/pp) with Granny's Sticky Rolls in espresso glaze, sugar coated, and spiced nut flavors; turkey leg confit braised in bacon fat with a cranberry BBQ sauce; elk sausage stuffing; sweet potato casserole; Autumn Harvest Mash with turnips, onions, Kobacha squash, red skins, toasted celery seeds and smoked cheddar; pumpkin mousse with gingersnap and bourbon whipped cream.
Edi & the Wolf: Celebrate Austrian-style Thanksgiving in Alphabet City with a 4-course prix fixe ($55/pp) featuring the Autumn Flatbread with Canadian onion, pickled oyster mushroom and smoked mozzarella; wild Long Island mussels with country sausage, miso and hefeweizen; roasted duck with red cabbage, pretzel soufflé and a sweet potato gratin; spaetzle with Austrial mountain cheese, wild mushrooms and Brussels sprouts; pumpkin parfait with Meyer lemon custard anad pumpkinseed brittle.
The Lambs Club: Not only will there be a prix fixe menu ($85/pp, $35 per child), but The Lambs Club will be giving away pumpkin bread. The menu will have dishes like the autumn sqash soup, roasted turkey breast, sweet potatoes with esplette meringue, homemade gemeli, and dessert options like their Fall Spieced Chocolate Cake, pumpkin pie, ice cream and sorbets.
The National: This year's Thanksgiving menu features a 3-course prix fixe ($80/pp) that includes diver scallops, ricotta gnudi, grilled branzino, and desserts like pecan pie and carrot cake.
Landmarc: Chef Marc Murphy has prepared a menu fit for all ages with dishes like seared turkey breast with bacon and braised turkey stuffing; pumpkin pancakes with maple syrup; pear and parsnip soup; and cheesy broccoli tater tots for the kids.
Marco Polo Ristorante: For contemporary Italian, have the prix fixe menu with Zuppa di Zucca, a pumpkin soup redolent of nutmeg and cloves, with basil, parsley and Parmigiano Reggiano; traditional roasted turkey served with sweet potato, cranberry sauce, chestnut stuffing, and giblet gravy; and Torta di Noci, a walunt cranberry cake drizzled with Godiva chocolate sauce, for dessert. ($37.95/pp, $18.95 per child). See the menu here.
ABC Cocina: Start with the Salmon Crudo with green apple, green chili and lime; Maine lobster with Romanesco cauliflower and Romesco Sauce; roast organic turkey, jalepeño cornbread stuffing and chipotle gravy; end with Thanksgiving dessert ($88/pp). Click here to view the menu.
ABC Kitchen: An $88/pp prix fixe menu includes fluke carpaccio with autumn vegetable mignonette; roasted lobster with black truffle butter; roasted organic turkey, sourdough mushroom stuffing and
caramelized Brussels sprouts; and Thanksgiving dessert. See the menu here.
JoJo: Enjoy a prix fixe menu of potato and goat cheese terrine with arugula juice and olive oil, salmon in black truffle crumbs, parsnip and chives, roasted organic turkey with sourdough stuffing
and root vegetables, and Thanksgiving dessert for $88/pp. View the menu here.
Nougatine: A prix fixe dinner comes with hamachi sashimi with toasted pecans and sherry vinaigrette; roasted Maine lobster with chili almond emulsion and Romanesco; free range turkey and foie gras stuffing; and dessert. ($98/pp). See the menu here.
Perry St: The $88/pp prix fixe menu inclues the Rice Cracker Crusted Tuna with citrus chili sauce, seared Carolina shrimp with butternut squash-ginger puree, roasted organic turkey, caramelized Brussel sprouts, crispy stuffing and dessert. The menu can be found here.
The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges: This is sure to be a feast. The prix fixe menu is $108/pp with butternut squash soup with black trumpet mushrooms and chives; salmon with truffle mashed potatoes and Brussel sprouts; roasted organic turkey with mushroom stuffing and cranberry relish; and dessert. Read the menu here.
Mercer Kitchen: Celebrate with a tasting menu ($88/pp). Start with the Warm Crispy Goat Cheese with frisee and pear; Skuna salmon with parsnip and marinated clementines; roasted organic turkey, sourdough stuffing and natural jus; and dessert.
Palo Santo Restaurant: For Latin flavor, try the four-course seasonal menu and reserve a table for Thanksgiving today ($65/pp, $35 per child). There will be turkey, game, fish, or vegetarian options. And choose between turkey brined and roasted with gravy and traditional sides or turkey braised in mole poblano.
Clement in The Peninsula New York: Clement will be serving a four-course meal from 11:45 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. ($115/pp, $55 per child). Choose between the Taste of Fall Salad or scallops; butternut squash soup; Heritage Turkey from Fossil Farms, NY served alongside stuffing, cranberry sauce, yams with marshmallow, green beans, mashed potatoes and his mother's recipe of Shiitake Mushroom Gravy; pumpkin pie or chocolate bread pudding.
Raymi NYC: If you would like to try an exotic turkey dinner, try Thanksgiving Peruvian-style with dishes like the Pastel de Choclo Stuffing topped with cheese, turkey marinated in ground bean sauce, aji amarillo, cumin, oregano and garlic, and sweet potato pie with walnut crumble, Chancaca honey and whipped cream. This is only offered to-go ($150 for 8 people).
Circolo45: For Italian fare, have Thanksgiving as a 3-course meal ($35/pp) with options like Green Squash Soup and Garganelli in Cream Di Scampi, a short fresh egg pasta with a scampi fish bisque; Tacchino, an oven baked turkey fillet with sweet sausage and mushroom in a natural juice served with spinach flan; and a choice of chocolate souffle or tiramisu.
Maison Premiere: The prix fixe menu with a Parisian/New Orleans twist includes takes on Thanksgiving items like the Pumpkin Veloute with black trumpet mushrooms and peekytoe crab; Heritage Turkey with mirliton stuffing; and pumpkin crumble a la mode. ($65/pp).
Atrium DUMBO: Check out the seasonal menu with dishes like Sunchoke Soup with a truffle chantilly cream; roasted turkey breast with caramelized apples and sweet potatoes and cranberry chutney; stuffing with mushrooms, butternut squash and foie gras; and pumpkin tart with homemade ice cream.
The Smith Restaurant NYC: A three-course meal will cost $55/pp and will feature seasonal favorites like a butternut squash soup for starters; roasted turkey with apple sage stuffing, orange cranberry compote, Brussels sprouts and white pepper gravy; roasted pumpkin risotto with crisp sage, grilled bacon and shallots; and pumpkin pie in a Jar or Apple Pie for dessert. See the menu here.
Red Rooster: Have Thanksgiving dinner with a Southern twist. Served family style, this Harlem restaurant offers a Thanksgiving prix fixe menu ($55/pp) with items like truffled butternut squash soup; roast turkey with sausage-cornbread dressing and giblet gravy; blackened catfish with black-eyed peas; and sides like collard greens, sweet potato puree and cranberry sauce. These items will also be served at under Red Rooster at Ginny's Supper Club buffet-style for $55/pp and $25 per child.
Giovanni Rana Pastifico Cucina: Celebrate Thanksgiving at Chelsea Market, Italian style. The prix fixe menu is $65/pp or can be ordered a la carte. This includes stuffed artichoke with turkey, herbs, bread crumbs and Parmigiano Reggiano ($19); roasted turkey ravioli with tartufo bianco and chestnuts ($38); Thanksgiving sweet ravioli in cocoa banana, pecan caramel, apple cinnamon or sweet potato flavors ($15).
Rosa Mexicano: Along with the normal menu, the restaurant will be offering Mexican-inspired Thanksgiving dishes like a chile roasted turkey with Mole Xico, huitlacoche-sweet plantain stuffing, roasted fall vegetables and Mexican chorizo potatoes, sticky pumpkin cake with pumpkin-piloncillo sauce, topped with pumpkin mole swirl ice cream and cranberry salsa, and hot apple cider upon entry. For more details, see the menu here.
Desmond's Steakhouse: Desmond's will be celebrating Thanksgivukkah with a buffet assortment of turkey with the standard trimmings of cranberry sauce, vegetable stuffing, sweet sausage and mashed potatoes; but also dishes related to Channukah like a smoked salmon tartare, braised brisket with root vegetables and latkes with sour cream, applesauce and jelly doughnuts.
"21" Club: The three-course prix fixe menu ($105/pp, $55 per child) includes traditional Thanksgiving fare such as Heritage Turkey with cornbread and apple sausage stuffing, honey poached cranberry smothered in a giblets and thyme gravy; a vegetarian spread of golden cauliflower, squash, wild mushrooms, Parmesan crisp and an herb oil; oyster stew with lardoons, baby leeks, corn, cream and tarragon; and pumpkin, apple and pecan pies for dessert.
Sirio Ristorante: For a taste of Thanksgiving and Italian, Sirio offers a prix fixe menu ($95/pp) of yellow polenta with a mushroom ragu and truffle puree; butternut squash gnocchi with prosciutto, radicchio and Port Wine reduction; turkey with sweet potato puree, braised red cabbage, stuffing, cranberry sauce and turkey gravy; pumpkin panna cotta or apple and pecan pies for dessert. The full menu is listed here.
The Palm Court: Dine at one of New York's most iconic hotels: The Plaza. The prix fixe menu ($95/pp) includes pumpkin risotto; traditional turkey with chicken sausage stuffing and a chestnut tagliatelli pasta; sides of Yukon gold potato puree and truffled creamed spinach; and a Grand Viennese Dessert Table with pies, cakes, tarts and truffles. View the menu here.
The Todd English Food Hall: Fare for this Thanksgiving dinner at The Plaza is inspired by Myles Standish, the English military advisor for the Plymouth Colony as elected by the Pilgrims. Dishes include roasted turkey, apple-sage cornbread stuffing and sweet potato casserole, as well as non-traditional items like grilled trout almondine and filet of beef.
Villard Michel Richard: This French-style bistro at the New York Palace Hotel will be offering a Thanksgiving buffet featuring chestnut soup, turkey, candied yams, cranberry sauce, mushroom stuffing, pumpkin pie and Michel's famous napoleons ($115/pp).
Stella 34 Trattoria: For a modern take on Italian cuisine served family style, dine at Stella 34 for Thanksgiving with their special prix fixe menu ($60/pp and $40 per child). The menu features Turducken, which is foie gras stuffed chicken in a duck within a turkey; green bean casserole; sweet potato and pumpkin mash; and choice of pumpkin pie with cinnamon gelato and apple crostata with eggnog gelato. See the full menu here.
Brasserie 8 1/2: Enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with a French twist with a prix fixe menu prepared by Chef Franck Deletrain ($49/pp, $29 per child). This menu includes a butternut squash soup with porcini mushrooms and crème fraîche; roasted Vermont turkey with corn bread stuffing, cranberry-orange relish, and Brussels sprouts; pumpkin pie with toasted marshmallows and cinnamon ice cream; and apple pie with maple ice cream and cranberries. The full menu can be viewed here.
Rock Center Cafe: With The Rink at Rockefeller Center already open, dine at the cafe then lace up your skates and hit the rink. Or, just enjoy the view. The Rock Center Cafe will provide a three-course prix fixe meal ($75/pp, $25 per child). Taste their sweet roasted beets with pecorino, arugula, and candied pistachio; roasted Vermont turkey with country corn bread and sausage stuffing, Brussels sprouts, maple-bourbon sweet potatoes; cranberry relish, and gravy; braised short rib with soft pumpkin polenta; and pumpkin brûlée parfait with gingerbread crumb and vanilla ice cream. View the entire menu here.
The Sea Grill: Have your Thanksgiving feast at the Rockefeller Center. Select from a three-course prix fixe menu featuring butternut squash risotto with toasted pumpkin seeds and Pecorino Romano; the Sea Grill Chowder with smoked bacon, lobster, shrimp, and clams; traditional Thanksgiving Heritage Turkey with gravy, Brussels sprouts, sausage-chestnut stuffing, and cranberry-quince relish; and Berkshire pork chop with maple-bourbon glazed sweet potato, Swiss chard, and rosemary jus. See the menu here. ($89/pp, $35 per child).
Wallsé: Viennese meets American at this restaurant, and the Thanksgiving prix fixe menu is just that ($60/pp). Choose from chicken liver parfait with black truffles; chestnut soup; turkey with braised red cabbage, brioche dumplings and cranberries; and pumpkin tart with Lebkuchen ice cream, pear strudel, schlag and rum ice cream. View the full menu here.
Dig Inn Seasonal Market: Bring a Thanksgiving meal home with small and large package options for delivery or pick-up. Expect a half or whole roasted turkey with gravy and sides like sweet potato casserole, Mom's Classic Stuffing, Not-So-Creamed Spinach and Mac 'n Awesome. Dessert is pie provided by the folks over at Magnolia Bakery in either pecan, pumpkin or apple crumb. See the menu here.
Mirbeau Inn & Spa: Feast on a Thanksgiving Day Buffet at Mirbeau ($44/pp, $18 per child). Look for a New Orleans-inspired fried turkey, whipped sweet potatoes with homemade marshmallows and brown sugar, root vegetable salad, pumpkin rolls and bread pudding with bourbon caramel. View the menu here.
Empire Steak House: Visit Midtown Manhattan for a three-course meal ($64.95/pp). Start with minestrone soup and salad, then venture into traditional Thanksgiving fare like turkey with turkey stuffying, jelly cranberry sauce, string beans and sweet mashed potatoes. For dessert: pumpkin pie with a choice of coffee or tea.
Delmonico's Kitchen: Close to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is a four-course prix fixe meal ($65/pp) at Delmonico's. Selection includes roasted butternut squash soup; roasted vegetable risotto; salt water brined turkey with fennel stuffing, sausage, cranberry compote yams and turkey jus; and traditional pumpkin pie with chantilly cream. See the entire menu here.
Harding's: For a Thanksgiving feast in a rustic setting, head to Harding's. The menu features a pumpkin pie soup or butternut sqash ravioli for starters; roasted turkey with sausage and fennel challah stuffing, cinammon orange spiced cranberry sauce and apple cider gravy; and either pumpkin pie, apple custard crisp or a lemon white chocolate cheesecake for dessert ($45/pp, $25 per child). See the menu here.
Omar's: An $85/pp three-course prix fixe menu includes complimentary sparkling wine as well as a selection of soup, appetizers, entrees, and desserts, including striped bass, roast turkey, and pumpkin pie. Reservations are accepted from 12 noon to 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.
Gaby Brasserie Française: Visit the Sofitel New York hotel for French fare prepared by Chef Sylvain Harribey. The prix fixe menu ($62/pp, $24.50 per child) features h'or doeuvres like the Salade De Chèvre Chaud et Prosciutto with aged goat cheese toasted with honey on a baguette with winter lettuce, shaved Prosciutto, and a fig vinaigrette; an entree of Lancaster County roasted turkey breast stuffed with wild mushrooms and sides of sweet potato flan, chestnut vegetable ragout and cranberry sauce; and petit desserts like chocolate crème brûlée, pumpkin cupcake and French macarons served with warm apple cider. View the menu here.
The Standard Grill: A 3-course prix fixe meal ($50/pp) includes dishes like apple fennel soup with pumpkin seed oil, arugula orange salad, roast turkey with chestnut-sausage stuffing, cranberry relish and mashed potatoes, and sweet potato pie with toasted marshmallows.
David Burke Fishtail: For $75/pp, the prix fixe menu includes appetizers like lobster dumplings with pumpkin chutney and corn chow chow, and wild mushroom risotto with black truffle and aged parmesan. Entrees include salt baked branzino with charred broccoli, beluga lentils and meyer lemon, and poached Alaskan halibut with spaghetti squash and a pumpkin seed mole.
David Burke Townhouse: Thanksgiving is served with appetizers like the Roasted Three Squash Risotto with toasted pumpkin seeds, brown butter and sage, and the Warm Duck Confit and Spiced Cranberry Salad with fall greens, goat cheese fritter, pecans and honey mustard. The main courses include a Rosemary Crusted Rack of Lamb with glazed salsify, porcini mushrooms, sunchokes, peanut potatoes and lamb jus, and a Creekstone Farms Dry Aged Prime Rib with whipped potato, haricot vert and red wine sauce ($85/pp).
David Burke Kitchen: Venture to SoHo's James Hotel for full Thanksgiving fare. Starters include a scallop and Butternut squash chowder with guanciale, cranberries and sage, and a seared foie gras with caramelized onion flan and cranberry black pepper brioche. Main dishes include a prime beef short rib cavatelli with wild mushrooms and truffle cream, and a pork shank with poppy seed sauerkraut and applesauce. ($65/pp).
Carnegie Deli: The New York staple deli is offering a three-course Thanksgiving meal for $40/pp. Start with the matzoh ball soup or borscht, served hot or cold; choose between a brisket of beef, roast turkey or Atlantic salmon for the main course; and finish with pumpkin cheesecake or pie, apple pie or plain cheesecake. View the entire menu here.
Tocqueville: For a more upscale Thanksgiving dinner, indulge in the three-course prix fixe meal. Appetizers include a local fluke sashimi, roasted butternut squash soup, or truffled creamy parmesan grits and sunny side up egg; the main entree selections include roast free range turkey with cranberry compote, chestnut sage stuffing, sweet potato-maple mousseline, baby Brussels sprouts and glazed carrots; and a red wine poached quince or Tocqueville's Thanksgiving sundae with pumpkin, Thanksgiving spice and maple ice cream, hot fudge, caramel and whipped cream. ($95/pp, $48 per child). See the menu here.
Rosemary's Enoteca & Trattoria: Prix fixe and a la carte options are available at this Italian ristorante. There is the Insalatta di Cotta Cruda, which are cooked and raw fall vegetables; Cavetelli with butternut squash, walnuts, brown butter and sage; Rosemary's Thanksgiving Turkey with roasted Brussels sprouts, balsamic sweet potatoes and chestnut crumble; and pumpkin tiramisu or cinnamon gelato ($55/pp, $18 per child). See the menu here.
Reynard: Located at the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn, Reynard will be offering a four-course prix fixe menu. Items include a sunchoke soup with brown butter, pecan and sage; scallop crudo or fritto misto of autumn squashes; choice of rabbit, turkey or fish served with sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts with maple syrup, grilled greens and glazed onions; and dessert served family style with pumpkin pie, apple pie and candied pumpkin seed brittle. See the menu here. ($85/pp).
Lafayette: The prix fixe menu ($90/pp) includes a choice of smoked bone marrow with escargot and patis butter, lentil and braised apple soup or a frisée salad with poached egg and maison bacon; organic rotisserie turkey with cranberry sauce and stuffing maison or lamb chops marocaine with whole wheat couscous; maple-pumpkin tart with crème fraîche and pomegranate or a milk chocolate pot de crème with espresso crumb and chai tea. The full menu is available here.
The Breslin Bar & Dining Room: For $75/pp, a four-course prix fixe menu includes roasted winter vegetables or sunchoke and apple soup first; black trumpet and heirloom pumpkin or Nantucket scallops second; cornish rock hen with sage brioche stuffing, cranberry, carrots and pan sauce or Scottish salmon third; and winesap apple crisp or bourbon pumpkin pie for dessert. The entire menu is listed on the website.
Buttermilk Channel: The Thanksgiving prix fixe menu ($45/pp) includes turnip and pear soup or a roasted squash tart; cider-brined turkey with cranberry ginger sauce, caramelized onion gravy and stuffing; sweet potato and butternut squash gratin; and pecan pie, Dutch apple and cream cheese pie and sweet potato and pumpkin pie. The menu is available here.
P.J. Clarke's: Each location will have a different Thanksgiving prix fixe menu ($29.90/pp). Look for chestnut and pear stuffing, candied sweet potato gratin, spiced cider brined turkey, cinnamon and oragne butternut soup and pumpkin pie with maple walnut tart and cinnamon ice cream. Check the P.J. Clarke website for the exact menu for each location.
Isola Trattoria & Crudo Bar: Located at the Mondrian SoHo hotel, this trattoria is inspired by the Amalfi Coast and will bring a taste of Italy for your Thanksgiving meal. Dishes offered include a pumpkin lasagna with pumpkin, sage, roasted squash and mascarpone cheese layered between rosemary pasta sheets, and molasses brined turkey with spicy cabbage and a parsnip slaw.
Lexington Brass: This bistro located on its namesake avenue will offer a Thanksgiving prix fixe menu ($45/pp) with dishes like pumpkin soup with apple and smoked cinnamon, herb roasted Heritage Turkey with rosemary gravy and cranberries and chestnut and turkey sausage stuffing.
Enduro: The prix fixe menu incorporates Thanksgivukkah ($65/pp, $25 per child) with dishes like chicken noodle soup with matzoh balls, potato pancakes, roasted turkey with cranberry compote, and pumpkin or apple pie. See the entire menu here.
Fresco by Scotto: For a traditional Thanksgiving meal with Italian infusions, this menu will feature roast turkey, grilled pizza with butternut squash, sirloin alla toscana, pumpkin pie, apple crisp and creamy ricotta cheesecake.
Haven Rooftop: For Thanksgiving on a heated and enclosed rooftop with a view of Manhattan, spend the holiday at this midtown spot. The prix fixe menu ($59) includes soft polenta, mushroom risotto, turkey with cranberry sauce, herb stuffing, roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon and crème brûlée. See the menu here.
The Brew Inn: A prix fixe menu ($39) will be offered along with a mug of hot mulled beer. The menu includes roasted turkey breast, sweet corn pudding, green bean casserole, country stuffing, cranberry sauce, garlic mashed potatoes and choice of pumpkin or black bottom pie. The menu can be viewed here.
Chicago Firehouse: 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.
Bistro Margot: 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.
LM Bistro: 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.
Bub City: Pick up your Thanksgiving meal the day of with the Smoking Thanksgiving package ($179) for 8-10 people. This package consists of a hickory smoked turkey with country gravy, cranberry sauce, roasted garlic and sage cornbread dressing; sides like buttermilk smashed potatoes, Phoebe's Creamy Mac-n-Cheese, and a choice of dessert pie, including chocolate penaut butter and caramel apple.
676 Restaurant: 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: 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.
The Goddess and Grocer: 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.
BCAE: For the more adventurous types, or those who simply want to host and dazzle their guests with their culinary prowess, the BCAE is generously offering two pre-thanksgiving classes that will set you straight for the holiday. On Wednesday nov. 6th, Lars Liebisch will hold 'Who you calling a turkey? Breaking down Thanksgiving Dinner'. This one session course will have everything you need, from beginner tips to some different options and variations to give your meal something a little different. (Prices: $55/47 members, $18 materials)
On the 13th, Dustin Rennells and Adam Centamore of Formaggio Kitchen will be presenting something just as relevant in putting on a Thanksgiving meal...budget. (Prices: $50/43 members, $30 materials)
To ensure the smoothest Thanksgiving dinner, sign up for one or both...you will be the biggest hit...at least until next year!
Beacon Hill Bistro: As usual, Chef Joshua Lewin has something up his sleeve come holiday time. This year, in honor of Thanksgiving, from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on the 28 th of November, head to historic Beacon Hill for his delectable Thanksgiving Day feast. A three course prix fixe gives diners the options to choose from an array of tantalizing appetizers like his pumpkin bisque, oyster stew, duck liver mousse or autumn greens salad. For main courses, free range turkey roulade with sage and chestnut dressing and potato purée elevate the usual fare to the next level, spice roasted delicate squash with white corn grits and oil cured shitake mushrooms are enough to make any meat eater jealous. End on a sweet note with your pick from a selection of homemade pies and tarts.
$61 a person with an optional (read: necessary) wine pairing for an additional $29 and you have yourself a charming and clean up free evening!
Bistro du Midi: Looking to go the French route? One option immediately comes to mind, Bistro dy Midi, located right opposite the beautiful Public Gardens. Chef Robert Sisca always brings a beautiful slice of heaven to his tables and Thanksgiving is no different. On the 28th, the pièce de résistance is without a doubt their slowly cooked turkey, stuffed with duck and ....wait for it....foie gras. Accompanied by sweet potato purée, roasted cauliflower and chestnuts, you will not ever want to eat thanksgiving anywhere else.
Dante: Chef Dante de Magistris cooks up a storm at Dante, in Cambridge, with a three -course signature Italian prix fixe. Go a bit beyond the strictly traditional Turkey with dishes like chestnut porcini soup or perhaps their roasted duck with sour cherries and chestnut stuffing. Of course, you will certainly be able to order naturally-raised, free range Vermont turkey as well. For the less meat centric diners, don't fret, a few vegetarian options are also included - think sweet potato purée and maple brussel sprouts. For dessert; apple, pumpkin, ricotta and chocolate pies will abound.
À la carte options are also available as well as a special menu for children under the age of twelve.
Legal Seafood: For the seafood lovers out there, you will be most happy to know that the first Thanksgiving in New England actually featured lots of seafood and shellfish in particular. What better place to enjoy some of the freshest seafood than at various locations of Legal Seafood, Boston's first legally sustainable seafood restaurant.
Slow roasted turkey breast with the usual Thanksgiving accoutrements will also be served, so you can have it all:)
L'Espalier: To take your Thanksgiving to the height of fine dining in Boston, L'Espalier is the route to go. Chef Frank McClelland shows off the bounties of his fall offerings from his own Apple Street Farm in Essex. Last year the menu, which ranges from $95$ to $120 for the degustation, can be viewed here. As is chef's preferred style, this year's menu will not be published until closer to the week of Thanksgiving...but don't let this stop you from snagging your spot...now.
Pantry at The Verve: Chef de Cuisine Alastair Mclean at Pantry, the signature restaurant located in The Verve- Crowne Plaza hotel in Natick, offers a delicious brunch buffet. An array of offerings is sure to please everyone, with dishes like apricot and clove glazed ham, turkey pot pie or butternut squash ravioli. Don't forget their impressive selection of cured meat and local cheeses...or their raw bar...or their dessert bar...Kentucky bourbon pecan pie or sugar glazed sweet potato fritters? Sign me up!
Prices are $39 for adults and $20 for children; reservations, not surprisingly, are highly recommended.
Scampo: Voted one of the Daily Meal's top 20 Italian restaurants in the country, Scampo is certainly a solid option for this year's festivities.
Chef Lidia Shire, a James Beard award-winner, loves all holidays and rumor has it, Thanksgiving is one of her faves. With a three-course Italian-influenced feast ($54) presented with Shire's usual attention to playfulness and sophistication, there is no surprise why. Dishes include hot baked white lily biscuits to start (with molasses butter of course!), a range of options including Indian Summer duckling, Roast Heritage Turkey with homemade Andana Bread stuffing. All sides are served family style and desserts are just as tantalizing with warm pumpkin caramel cake or maple pecan tart.
Strega Prime: Should you be looking for something out in the burbs, the Varano Group's Strega Prime in Woburn is a lovely option. From noon to 9 p.m. an à la carte Thanksgiving special will be served with prices ranging from 9- 38 $. Butternut squash bisque, two way turkey (because one way sometimes just isn't enough) and a heartier braised short rib are all on the menu. Nutella bread pudding also sounds right up just about anyone's alley,,,and is not something you see often enough. Reservations required.
Towne Stove and Spirits: Get out on the 'towne' this Thanksgiving where the restaurant’s new executive chef and culinary director, Mark Allen, serves up a family style Thanksgiving menu starting with shareable platters for four. Think assorted cheeses, antipasto and a raw bar. Holiday soups, salads, entrées and sides are all available à la carte as well.
The beautiful dining rooms are open from noon to 8 p.m. And the bar will be kicking until 10 p.m.
Hotel Bel Air: The tranquil, elegant setting is the perfect spot for a relaxed Thanksgiving dinner under the stars or in the chic patio in front of the fire in the cozy living room. The four-course pre-fixe menu includes roasted pumpkin soup, organic turkey sourdough brioche bread stuffing, sweet potato gratin and caramelized Brussels sprouts. $140 per person, served noon to 8 pm.
The Polo Lounge: Surround yourself with stars on turkey day at the trendy re-designed Polo Lounge. Offering a Thanksgiving Day brunch, special kids menu and traditional dinner, guests have a variety of dining choices for the entire family. Brunch includes Chai tea smoked duck breast, egg nog French toast, lobster scramble and veal ossobucco. Dinner options include pear salad, filet mignon, turkey and scallops. Brunch or dinner, $135 for adults, $55 for children, served noon to 8 pm.
The Langham Pasadena: Diners can choose from three areas to enjoy Thanksgiving meals. A champagne brunch will be served in the Huntington Ballroom from noon to 4 pm, The Royce Wood Fired Steakhouse is serving a three-course traditional dinner from 5 to 9 pm, and the Terrace is offering a three-course dinner with live entertainment from 4 to 9 pm. Brunch, $95, Steakhouse dinner, $85, Terrace dinner, $65.
Bedford and Burns: Head to Beverly Hills for a Southern California style Thanksgiving Dinner at Bedford and Burns. Admire the art in the main dining room or venture outside to the heated patio to dine al fresco. The Thanksgiving Day menu includes oysters, butternut squash and burrata, French onion Gruyere gratin, roast turkey, cornbread stuffing, prime rib and New Zealand salmon. A la carte prices, served 2 to 8 pm.
Café Del Rey: For an ocean view and vibe Marina Del Rey’s Café Del Rey is offering a Mediterranean inspired Thanksgiving menu. Guests can choose from butternut squash soup, crab cakes, turkey breast, beet risotto, braised short ribs and chocolate pot de crème or pumpkin cheesecake. $55 per person, served 5 to 10 pm.
The Raymond Restaurant and Bar: For a romantic Thanksgiving dinner, Pasadena’s Raymond delivers a charming atmosphere inside the homey Craftsman style dining room or the tranquil patio. Diners can choose from a turkey or prime rib feast with all the fixings, $70 per person, 5:30 to 9:30 pm.
Napa Valley Grille: Offering rustic autumn dishes, Westwood’s Napa Valley Grille’s menu incorporates both traditional and contemporary dishes for their Thanksgiving Day dinner, including squash bisque, roast turkey with all the fixings, butterscotch bread pudding, chicken with roasted apple mashed potatoes and mini pumpkin pie. Prices a la carte, noon to 8 pm.
The Bazaar by José Andrés: Enjoy a family-style dinnner for four ($65/pp) with dishes like a roasted organic turkey, papas canarias, and mashed sweet potatoes. An a la carte menu is available as well.
Melisse in Santa Monica offers a 3-course meal ($95/pp, $42 per child) with Maine lobster ravioli, tuna tartare, or pumpkin soup for starters; herb roasted free range turkey, whole roasted dry aged prime rib with a potato puff and horseradish au jus, or crispy Eastern bass with fennel and champagne truffle reduction for entrees; sides like cranberry sauce, praline pecan yams, creamed spinach, or Yukon potato puree; and apple, pecan, or spiced pumpkin pies.
Tres by José Andrés: It is never too early for Thanksgiving festivities. Dine in for buffet-style brunch ($49/pp) and help yourself to items like caviar, slow-roasted farm turkey, pastires, and desserts from 11 am to 3 pm.
Lucy Restaurant & Bar: A 4-course menu ($85/pp, $35 per child) will include dishes like a roasted pumpkin soup, house-cured ham, and a sugar pie pumpkin tart for dessert.
The Dutch at the W South Beach Hotel & Residences will offer a home style prix fixe meal created by chef de cuisine, Conor Hanlon. Guests can feast on roasted turducken, root beer whipped sweet potatoes, classic gravy, pickled cranberry relish, cippolini onions, and confit turkey leg stuffing. A selection of pies will be featured by famed pastry chef, Josh Gripper, and will include pumpkin pie with a pretzel crust and cranberry sorbet; apple pie with vanilla ice cream; and sweet potato pie with rum raisin ice cream. The dinner costs $45 per person, excluding beverages, tax and gratuity.
Meat Market on Miami Beach is serving up dishes featuring executive chef and co-owner Sean Brasel’s twists on American classics. Guests can choose from the following dishes: Bell and Evans fresh turkey leg roulade, stuffed with brioche, Asian pear and lobster, and served with a spicy aji pumpkin sauce, with fresh cranberry gastric bok choy ($32); Bell and Evans fresh juniper and white cranberry-marinated sous vide turkey breast, wood grilled, with sweet potato flan, braised beet greens and vanilla Jack Daniel’s sauce ($35); or a mixed grill of three that includes the previous choices and also the Meat Market house made “ham” kurobuta pork belly, with orange and king crab salad and roasted macadamia nuts ($42). Finish off with the chocolate chip pecan bourbon pie with sour cream ice cream for $12.
Also on Miami Beach, Smith & Wollensky will be offering a traditional menu featuring classic Thanksgiving dishes like roasted butternut squash soup, winter greens, herb roasted turkey, roasted Brussels sprouts, potatoes au gratin, and duck fat roasted root vegetables. Finish with a choice of classic pumpkin pie, apple brown betty, or pecan pie. The prix fixe menu will cost $49 per adult and $20 per child (under 12), excluding tax and gratuity. The Thanksgiving menu is available on the Smith & Wollensky website.
III Forks Prime Steakhouse in Hallandale Beach will offer a prix fixe, four course dinner. The meal will start with a tenderloin tomato soup, with fresh roasted vine ripe plum tomatoes and sweet basil simmered with tenderloin beef stock. The second course is the III Forks salad with crispy green apple slices, Wisconsin blue cheese, toasted pecans and field greens laced with housemade vinaigrette. Entrée choices include spice rubbed holiday turkey with grandma’s giblet gravy; roasted midwest beef tenderloin in roast shallot thyme veal glace, with whipped potatoes; a Vermont maple glazed Atlantic salmon with coconut infused jasmine rice and roasted autumn vegetables; fresh cranberry-orange relish; sausage sage cornbread dressing; creamed potatoes; maple glazed yams; roasted autumn vegetables; off the cob creamed corn; or roasted autumn vegetables. Desserts include a choice of a pumpkin pie torte with whipped cream and caramel; a Kentucky bourbon chocolate pecan pie; or Maker’s Mark pecan bread pudding with vanilla ice cream. The dinner costs $44.95 for adults, and children under 12 can enjoy a soup or salad, entrée and dessert for $16.95. Tea and coffee are included.
The Bazaar by Jose Andres: Dine in at the SLS Hotel and look for items like the turkey with sous vide breast, confit leg and traditional gravy; Brussels sprouts with lemon puree, apricots, grapes, lemon and banana; the Deconstructed Pumpkin Pie with toasted graham, meringue and cinnamon.
Prime 112: Thanksgiving dinner will be served a la carte at this steakhouse. The menu includes a roasted butternut squash soup with crème fraiche ($13); roasted free range turkey with cranberries and gravy ($37); sides to accompany the turkey like the Kobe Beef & Sausage Stuffing and Southern Style Cornbread Stuffing ($13); and dessert like pumpkin cheesecake or sweet potato cupcakes with marshmallow frosting ($15).
De Rodriguez Cuba: Chef Rodriguez has prepared a four-course Thanksgiving meal ($65/pp) with Cuban flavors. Dishes on the menu include a roasted chestnut soup with sage creme, poached pear and mozzarella arugula salad, roasted turkey with trimmings like chorizo cornbread and mashed potatoes and pecan pie with nutmeg ice cream or pumpkin ginger crust flan.
Serendipity3: Celebrate Thanksgiving at Serendipity. Dinner will include turkey breast or leg, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, green bean almondine, cranberry sauce and corn bread ($22/pp). Top it off with the harvest sangria made with mulled wine, cranberry and rosemary, or the apple pie martini ($12). Or, opt for Serendipity's classic frozen hot chocolate for a sweet ending.
Monty's Sunset: For Thanksgiving by the beach, head to Monty's for specials like butternut squash soup, stuffed mushrooms, sliced glazed ham, herb roasted turkey and pumpkin pie.
Brother Jimmy's BBQ: Take home a Southern style Thanksgiving dinner starting with a slow smoked turkey with infused hickory and cherry woods ($65). Don't forget all of the sides, like candied yams, stuffing, macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes and pies.
Holsteins: Look for menu specials at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas like The Billy Burger, a New England turkey burger with cranberry relish, bread stuffing and giblet gravy; the Pumpkin Pie Bamboozled Shake with pumpkin pie filling and Crown Royal Maple, graham cracker crumble and pepitas brittle. These items as well as the regular menu will be served between 4 pm to midnight.
Also located at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is STK. Along with the regular menu, look for Thanksgiving items like roasted organic turkey breast and confit thighs with cranberry, sweet potatoes, Brussel sprouts, foie apple stuffing, and pumpkin pie with pecan clusters.
Comme Ca Las Vegas: A 3-course menu ($55/pp) with optional $30 wine pairing will include dishes like a Roasted Duck with Chicory Salad with pickled cranberry and pistachio vinaigrette; a trio of goose; and a special version of pumpkin pie with a pumpkin ganache.
Red Apron Butchery: Pick up your Thanksgiving meal on Nov. 27 with select dishes like turkey and pork roast with sides of mashed potatoes and gravy, candied sweet potato and braised greens. Sausages are also available by the pound, including Italian, maple and sage, and rosso and calabrese.
Casa Luca: Have Thanksgiving with a taste of Italy. A prix fixe menu for adults and kids ($55/pp, $25 per child) includes fall chestnuts soup, heritage turkey with stuffing, poached lady apples and rosemary, agnolotti of Roast Virginia Country Ham with artichokes and pecorino, and green beans with pickled shallots and cheese fonduta. Kids can choose from prosciutto di parma with mozzarella and a corn penne with parmigiano reggiano. Dessert includes Italian favorites like a qunce crostata with vanilla gelato and warm date cake with armagnac toffee sauce. The menu can be viewed here.
Fiola: Eat Thanksgiving dinner with an Italian twist ($75/pp, $25 per child) with dishes like the cappuccino of butternut squash soup with cappelletti of sheep's milk ricotta; Tuscan style Shenandoah leg of lamb with brussel sprouts and rosemary zabaglione; roast turkey with sweet potatoes, stuffing, gravy and cranberry; zuppa inglese with mascarpone cream, limoncello granita and wild Oregon huckleberries. View the menu here.
P.J. Clarke's: For dinner either a la carte or prix fixe ($36.40/pp, $14.40 per child), Thanksgiving will be served with items like house brined roast turkey, cranberry chutney, stuffing with Italian sausage and peppers, bourbon and pecan sweet potato casserole, haricot vert with almonds and pumpkin or pecan pie. See the menu with full details here.
Cadot Restaurant: This French restaurant will be serving Thanksgiving lunch. Dishes include Brie en Croûte with Mushroom Velouté; roasted turkey breast with cranberries and apples, green beans, sweet potatoes, corn bread stuffing and a white wine au jus; and a cranberry and pecan tart or pumpkin panna cotta for dessert.
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