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21 Stellar Restaurants for Thanksgiving Day Feasts in NYC

A dining guide for November 26, 2020

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15 East at Tocqueville near Union Square
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Thanksgiving will decidedly be different this year with many people not traveling home, and many others continuing not to socialize as they did before due to the coronavirus pandemic. With that in mind, eating out during the holiday might be even more of a special occasion than usual for people who are choosing to go out for a celebratory meal. NYC restaurants are not doing the types of blowout celebrations New Yorkers were used to in holidays past, but many are working to enliven celebrations for those looking to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal outside their homes, whether it’s eating inside or at a heated table outdoors. Here is a selection of restaurants across the city for a memorable Thanksgiving meal this year.

A number of NYC restaurants have resumed indoor and outdoor dining, as well as takeout and delivery service. The type of service offered is indicated on each map point. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the NYC Health Department’s website. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

For more New York dining recommendations, check out the new hotspots in Brooklyn, Queens, and the Hamptons and our guides to brunch, food halls and Michelin-starred restaurants offering outdoor dining.

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1. Victory Garden Cafe

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2169 Steinway St
Astoria, NY 11105
(718) 274-2087
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This cheery Astoria restaurant had a heated, enclosed garden area long before outdoor dining became the norm in the city, and it is here that the restaurant will serve its $25 per person holiday menu. Items include turkey stuffed with rice and ground veal, lamb chops with lemon potatoes, or shrimp scampi. All entrees come with Greek salad, and sides like baked sweet potato, stuffed mushrooms and grilled octopus. Takeout is available.

2. Casa Del Chef

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39-06 64th St
Woodside, NY 11377
(718) 457-9000
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This intimate and ambitious restaurant in Woodside is serving Thanksgiving dinner once again, but offering both a classic ($55) and vegetarian ($45) prix fixe this year. Start with butternut squash soup, white corn bricks and ham prosciutto; move on to roast turkey with Worcestershire and mushroom gravy accompanied by brussels sprouts, fingerling potatoes and lima beans; and finish with apple bread pudding. For vegetarians, there’s a seared savoy cabbage dish with chestnuts, celery root purée and mushrooms. The prix fixe is available for takeout as well.

3. Barbounia

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250 Park Ave S
New York, NY 10003
(212) 995-0242
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A Middle Eastern take on the traditional feast is the annual draw at this popular Flatiron spot, which is offering a $79 prix fixe. Appetizers include roasted butternut squash with sage, labneh and gingerbread, and delicata squash “siniya”with braised lamb, tahini, and watercress. Apart from turkey there are options like roasted fish with acorn squash, turnips, and smoked pumpkin chowder, or wild mushroom khachapuri with smoked duck, delicata squash and black truffle paste. Dessert choices include roasted acorn squash with pumpkin custard. Barbounia’s prix fixe set can be take home as well.

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4. Dante NYC

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79-81 MacDougal St
New York, NY 10012
(212) 982-5275
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Diners opting for the $95 Thanksgiving meal at beloved Greenwich Village bar Dante will start off with a toffee apple Manhattan cocktail, followed by a salad or a shrimp cocktail. For the entree, diners can pick between roasted turkey breast with apricot and sage stuffing or agave-glazed ham with apple mustard, and a warm pumpkin eggnog serves as an option to end the meal. The Thanksgiving meal is available for takeout.

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5. Hortus NYC

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271 5th Ave
New York, NY 10016
(646) 858-3784
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For those looking to skip turkey altogether, Koreatown’s Hortus and its heated outdoor garden present a viable option. As part of this $70 meal diners can choose appetizers like pumpkin soup, scallops with cauliflower puree and pickled grapes, and entrees like pan-seared duck or spicy braised short rib with a risotto.

A brown tray composed of seafood dishes including an orange lobster claw Hortus [Official]

6. La Goulue

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29 E 61st St
New York, NY 10065
(212) 988-8169
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For $82 per person, diners at legendary French bistro La Goulue can pick between classics like steak au poivre or go the route of turkey or pan-seared salmon. For appetizers, diners can choose between tuna tartare or lobster ravioli, and end the meal with a pumpkin tart, profiteroles, or a Napoleon cake. The set meal is available for takeout as well.

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7. Le Crocodile

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80 Wythe Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 460-8004
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The holiday meal at Williamsburg’s acclaimed Le Crocodile, located inside the Wythe Hotel, can be eaten in a heated outdoor garden ($110) or, more privately, in one of 13 converted hotel rooms ($150) that have been reserved for indoor dining. Winter squash soup with truffles and Waldorf salad kick off the meal, and a turkey with cranberry sauce, sourdough stuffing, mashed potato, honey and maple-glazed carrots and green bean casserole follow. For dessert, diners can pick from ice cream, a pear frangipane tart, and pumpkin pie with brandy cream.

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8. Nonna Beppa

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290 Hudson St
New York, NY 10013
(917) 639-3996
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The Tribeca restaurant best known for its tortellini is serving a Thanksgiving dinner featuring a pumpkin, carrot and orange soup ($16), followed by a choice of turkey “porchettina” ($16), or turkey steak with mashed potatoes and baby carrots ($28). For dessert, there’s a hazelnut semifreddo with chocolate glaze and Nutella ($12).  

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9. Portale

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126 W 18th St
New York, NY 10011
(917) 781-0255
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There are many choices on the $90 holiday menu devised by celebrated American chef Alfred Portale. Among the appetizers are burrata with roasted beets and poached fruit. Roast turkey is served with duck confit, sour cherry stuffing and Brussels sprouts as a main, while other options include seared halibut with braised artichoke. Finish the meal with a bourbon-pecan cake or spiced Irish cream affogato. The holiday menu can be ordered for takeout as well.

Portale’s dining room, with rows of circular marble tabletops and a white exposed brick wall leading to an open kitchen at the rear Andrew Bui/Eater

10. Socarrat Paella Bar - Midtown East

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953 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10022
(212) 759-0101
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Turkey paella is the main attraction at this lively bi-level Spanish spot with a terrace that’s great for people watching. The $55 meal starts with butternut squash soup or salad and comes with sides including brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes. Pumpkin pie finishes the meal on a classic note. Takeout is available.

11. The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges

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25 E 77th St
New York, NY 10075
(212) 606-3030
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Always a festive place for a holiday meal, Jean Georges Vongerichten’s restaurant inside the Mark hotel offers a $188 feast starting with a tuna tartar and moving on to a choice of crispy sushi, peekytoe crab cake, or steamed shrimp salad. Entrees include roasted turkey with foie gras and chestnut stuffing, lobster served with a lemon risotto, and grilled lamb chops with mushroom ragu and broccoli rabe. Finish the meal with a pumpkin pie served with crème fraîche ice cream or the dark chocolate pecan pie which comes with cinnamon ice cream. The feast is available for takeout but for a minimum of six people.

12. Scarpetta

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88 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10016
(212) 691-0555
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The $125 holiday feast at the famed Italian destination starts with appetizers like with yellowtail crudo and scallops with chestnut, parsnip, apples and guanciale. Short rib and bone marrow agnolotti are among the pasta course choices, and other entrees include turkey breast and steak. Finish the meal with the restaurant’s apple pudding served with a honey gelato. The holiday feast can be taken home for consumption as well.

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13. The Rockaway Hotel

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108-10 Rockaway Beach Dr
Queens, NY 11694
(718) 474-1216
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One of the more reasonable Thanksgiving offerings in NYC is the $55 meal at this new hotel overlooking Jamaica Bay. Appetizers include kale salad with chickpeas, cucumber, and hummus tahini, and entrees include a  cider-brined turkey breast with cornbread and sausage stuffing, and salmon served with a whiskey pepper sauce. Among the dessert choices are spiced pumpkin pie with toasted marshmallow, and baked cheesecake.

14. 15 EAST @ Tocqueville

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1 E 15th St
New York, NY 10003
(212) 647-1515
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Since this Union Square French destination is currently hosting acclaimed sushi spot 15 East, diners opting to eat at Tocqueville can pick between an omakase-style dinner or a more French-leaning menu priced at $165 per person without drinks. Appetizers include truffled creamy parmesan grits with veal bacon and sunny side up egg, and are followed by mains like Moroccan-spiced braised lamb shank with crushed fingerling potatoes. For dessert here there’s a pumpkin ice cream sundae topped with hot fudge. The restaurant’s to-go meal is priced at $495 and feeds four to six people.

15. The Dutch

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131 Sullivan St
New York, NY 10012
(212) 677-6200
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Andrew Carmellini’s nearly decade-old Soho establishment, the Dutch, is doing a three-course Thanksgiving day meal priced at $130, and served between 1 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the restaurant. There’s also a to-go variant priced at $85 per person that includes roast turkey with mushrooms and chestnuts, brussels sprouts with bacon and horseradish, and cranberry-orange chutney.

A bowl of sliced turkey meat placed on top of gravy next to a black bowl of brussels sprouts The Dutch [Official]

16. NoMad New York

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1170 Broadway
New York, NY 10001
(212) 796-1500
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For diners willing to pay up to $250 per person, the Nomad has set aside hotel rooms where up people from the same party can eat a Thanksgiving meal that includes a whole chicken with black truffle and foie gras. The hotel’s namesake restaurant is serving a three-course prix-fixe menu at $170 per person that includes roast turkey with parsnips, and white truffles shaved over tagliatelle and parmesan.

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17. The Breslin

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16 W 29th St
New York, NY 10001
(212) 679-1939
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Chef April Bloomfield’s British gastropub, the Breslin, is doing both a Thanksgiving prix fixe at the restaurant, and a pick-up menu that serves. At the restaurant, the $75 set runs from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and includes a carrot soup, a radicchio salad, turkey breast, and a pie. The to-go option runs for $240 and feeds four, and diners have the option of a choosing between the turkey prix fixe and a suckling pig option that also comes with a caesar salad and pie. Takeaway orders need to be placed by November 19.

18. Palo Santo

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652 Union St
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 636-6311
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Park Slope pan-Latin staple Palo Santo is hosting a three-course dinner for $65 on Thanksgiving day that runs from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. There’s also a takeaway Thanksgiving meal that includes turkey in mole poblano, a choice of two appetizers, two sides, and a dessert. Those meals can either be ordered for four people at $160 or eight people for $300.

19. Estuary

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159 Bridge Park Dr
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 521-6744 ext. 1
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Brooklyn Heights waterfront restaurant Estuary is doing a three-course prix fixe in house that features all the usual suspects like turkey, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce along with more eclectic options like the mushroom tortellini with black truffles and Norwegian trout in saffron broth. The prix fixe costs $65 and will be served from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving day. The restaurant is also doing six different kinds of to-go boxes for the holiday.

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20. Loi Estiatorio

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132 W 58th St
New York, NY 10019
(212) 713-0015
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Upscale Midtown Greek restaurant Loi Estiatorio is serving a multi-course Thanksgiving meal at the restaurant from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. on November 26. Menu items include a pomegranate salad, Talagani cheese served with orange zest and cranberry compote, and turkey with a side of sweet potato and stuffing. Prices on the Thanksgiving specials run from $10 to $46. Takeout and delivery is available as well.

21. Extra Virgin

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259 West 4th Street
New York, NY 10014
(212) 691-9359
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At West Village Mediterranean restaurant Extra Virgin there’s a three-course $75 prix fixe menu that includes appetizers like butternut squash soup, mains like lemon crusted codfish, and desserts including white chocolate pumpkin parfait. A cheaper $50 takeout menu is available on Thanksgiving day, but orders for those must be placed by Tuesday, November 24.

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1. Victory Garden Cafe

2169 Steinway St, Astoria, NY 11105

This cheery Astoria restaurant had a heated, enclosed garden area long before outdoor dining became the norm in the city, and it is here that the restaurant will serve its $25 per person holiday menu. Items include turkey stuffed with rice and ground veal, lamb chops with lemon potatoes, or shrimp scampi. All entrees come with Greek salad, and sides like baked sweet potato, stuffed mushrooms and grilled octopus. Takeout is available.

2169 Steinway St
Astoria, NY 11105

2. Casa Del Chef

39-06 64th St, Woodside, NY 11377

This intimate and ambitious restaurant in Woodside is serving Thanksgiving dinner once again, but offering both a classic ($55) and vegetarian ($45) prix fixe this year. Start with butternut squash soup, white corn bricks and ham prosciutto; move on to roast turkey with Worcestershire and mushroom gravy accompanied by brussels sprouts, fingerling potatoes and lima beans; and finish with apple bread pudding. For vegetarians, there’s a seared savoy cabbage dish with chestnuts, celery root purée and mushrooms. The prix fixe is available for takeout as well.

39-06 64th St
Woodside, NY 11377

3. Barbounia

250 Park Ave S, New York, NY 10003
A fork lifting cheese from a boat-shaped bread dish Barbounia [Official]

A Middle Eastern take on the traditional feast is the annual draw at this popular Flatiron spot, which is offering a $79 prix fixe. Appetizers include roasted butternut squash with sage, labneh and gingerbread, and delicata squash “siniya”with braised lamb, tahini, and watercress. Apart from turkey there are options like roasted fish with acorn squash, turnips, and smoked pumpkin chowder, or wild mushroom khachapuri with smoked duck, delicata squash and black truffle paste. Dessert choices include roasted acorn squash with pumpkin custard. Barbounia’s prix fixe set can be take home as well.

250 Park Ave S
New York, NY 10003

4. Dante NYC

79-81 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012
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Diners opting for the $95 Thanksgiving meal at beloved Greenwich Village bar Dante will start off with a toffee apple Manhattan cocktail, followed by a salad or a shrimp cocktail. For the entree, diners can pick between roasted turkey breast with apricot and sage stuffing or agave-glazed ham with apple mustard, and a warm pumpkin eggnog serves as an option to end the meal. The Thanksgiving meal is available for takeout.

79-81 MacDougal St
New York, NY 10012

5. Hortus NYC

271 5th Ave, New York, NY 10016
A brown tray composed of seafood dishes including an orange lobster claw Hortus [Official]

For those looking to skip turkey altogether, Koreatown’s Hortus and its heated outdoor garden present a viable option. As part of this $70 meal diners can choose appetizers like pumpkin soup, scallops with cauliflower puree and pickled grapes, and entrees like pan-seared duck or spicy braised short rib with a risotto.

271 5th Ave
New York, NY 10016

6. La Goulue

29 E 61st St, New York, NY 10065
The exterior of a restaurant with brownish-yellow wood with the words la golue written in black La Golue [Official]

For $82 per person, diners at legendary French bistro La Goulue can pick between classics like steak au poivre or go the route of turkey or pan-seared salmon. For appetizers, diners can choose between tuna tartare or lobster ravioli, and end the meal with a pumpkin tart, profiteroles, or a Napoleon cake. The set meal is available for takeout as well.

29 E 61st St
New York, NY 10065

7. Le Crocodile

80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249
The interior of a restaurant with a giant palm tree, a row of wooden tables and chairs, and large arched windows Read McKendree

The holiday meal at Williamsburg’s acclaimed Le Crocodile, located inside the Wythe Hotel, can be eaten in a heated outdoor garden ($110) or, more privately, in one of 13 converted hotel rooms ($150) that have been reserved for indoor dining. Winter squash soup with truffles and Waldorf salad kick off the meal, and a turkey with cranberry sauce, sourdough stuffing, mashed potato, honey and maple-glazed carrots and green bean casserole follow. For dessert, diners can pick from ice cream, a pear frangipane tart, and pumpkin pie with brandy cream.

80 Wythe Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11249

8. Nonna Beppa

290 Hudson St, New York, NY 10013
Nonna Beppa Nonna Beppa [Official]

The Tribeca restaurant best known for its tortellini is serving a Thanksgiving dinner featuring a pumpkin, carrot and orange soup ($16), followed by a choice of turkey “porchettina” ($16), or turkey steak with mashed potatoes and baby carrots ($28). For dessert, there’s a hazelnut semifreddo with chocolate glaze and Nutella ($12).  

290 Hudson St
New York, NY 10013

9. Portale

126 W 18th St, New York, NY 10011
Portale’s dining room, with rows of circular marble tabletops and a white exposed brick wall leading to an open kitchen at the rear Andrew Bui/Eater

There are many choices on the $90 holiday menu devised by celebrated American chef Alfred Portale. Among the appetizers are burrata with roasted beets and poached fruit. Roast turkey is served with duck confit, sour cherry stuffing and Brussels sprouts as a main, while other options include seared halibut with braised artichoke. Finish the meal with a bourbon-pecan cake or spiced Irish cream affogato. The holiday menu can be ordered for takeout as well.

126 W 18th St
New York, NY 10011

10. Socarrat Paella Bar - Midtown East

953 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10022

Turkey paella is the main attraction at this lively bi-level Spanish spot with a terrace that’s great for people watching. The $55 meal starts with butternut squash soup or salad and comes with sides including brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes. Pumpkin pie finishes the meal on a classic note. Takeout is available.

953 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10022

11. The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges

25 E 77th St, New York, NY 10075

Always a festive place for a holiday meal, Jean Georges Vongerichten’s restaurant inside the Mark hotel offers a $188 feast starting with a tuna tartar and moving on to a choice of crispy sushi, peekytoe crab cake, or steamed shrimp salad. Entrees include roasted turkey with foie gras and chestnut stuffing, lobster served with a lemon risotto, and grilled lamb chops with mushroom ragu and broccoli rabe. Finish the meal with a pumpkin pie served with crème fraîche ice cream or the dark chocolate pecan pie which comes with cinnamon ice cream. The feast is available for takeout but for a minimum of six people.

25 E 77th St
New York, NY 10075

12. Scarpetta

88 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016
Scarpetta’s bar Scarpetta [Official]

The $125 holiday feast at the famed Italian destination starts with appetizers like with yellowtail crudo and scallops with chestnut, parsnip, apples and guanciale. Short rib and bone marrow agnolotti are among the pasta course choices, and other entrees include turkey breast and steak. Finish the meal with the restaurant’s apple pudding served with a honey gelato. The holiday feast can be taken home for consumption as well.

88 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10016

13. The Rockaway Hotel

108-10 Rockaway Beach Dr, Queens, NY 11694

One of the more reasonable Thanksgiving offerings in NYC is the $55 meal at this new hotel overlooking Jamaica Bay. Appetizers include kale salad with chickpeas, cucumber, and hummus tahini, and entrees include a  cider-brined turkey breast with cornbread and sausage stuffing, and salmon served with a whiskey pepper sauce. Among the dessert choices are spiced pumpkin pie with toasted marshmallow, and baked cheesecake.

108-10 Rockaway Beach Dr
Queens, NY 11694

14. 15 EAST @ Tocqueville

1 E 15th St, New York, NY 10003

Since this Union Square French destination is currently hosting acclaimed sushi spot 15 East, diners opting to eat at Tocqueville can pick between an omakase-style dinner or a more French-leaning menu priced at $165 per person without drinks. Appetizers include truffled creamy parmesan grits with veal bacon and sunny side up egg, and are followed by mains like Moroccan-spiced braised lamb shank with crushed fingerling potatoes. For dessert here there’s a pumpkin ice cream sundae topped with hot fudge. The restaurant’s to-go meal is priced at $495 and feeds four to six people.

1 E 15th St
New York, NY 10003

15. The Dutch

131 Sullivan St, New York, NY 10012
A bowl of sliced turkey meat placed on top of gravy next to a black bowl of brussels sprouts The Dutch [Official]

Andrew Carmellini’s nearly decade-old Soho establishment, the Dutch, is doing a three-course Thanksgiving day meal priced at $130, and served between 1 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the restaurant. There’s also a to-go variant priced at $85 per person that includes roast turkey with mushrooms and chestnuts, brussels sprouts with bacon and horseradish, and cranberry-orange chutney.

131 Sullivan St
New York, NY 10012

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16. NoMad New York

1170 Broadway, New York, NY 10001
A row of oysters over ice are the center piece of a spread of dishes Charissa Fay/Nomad [Official]

For diners willing to pay up to $250 per person, the Nomad has set aside hotel rooms where up people from the same party can eat a Thanksgiving meal that includes a whole chicken with black truffle and foie gras. The hotel’s namesake restaurant is serving a three-course prix-fixe menu at $170 per person that includes roast turkey with parsnips, and white truffles shaved over tagliatelle and parmesan.

1170 Broadway
New York, NY 10001

17. The Breslin

16 W 29th St, New York, NY 10001
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Chef April Bloomfield’s British gastropub, the Breslin, is doing both a Thanksgiving prix fixe at the restaurant, and a pick-up menu that serves. At the restaurant, the $75 set runs from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and includes a carrot soup, a radicchio salad, turkey breast, and a pie. The to-go option runs for $240 and feeds four, and diners have the option of a choosing between the turkey prix fixe and a suckling pig option that also comes with a caesar salad and pie. Takeaway orders need to be placed by November 19.

16 W 29th St
New York, NY 10001

18. Palo Santo

652 Union St, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Park Slope pan-Latin staple Palo Santo is hosting a three-course dinner for $65 on Thanksgiving day that runs from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. There’s also a takeaway Thanksgiving meal that includes turkey in mole poblano, a choice of two appetizers, two sides, and a dessert. Those meals can either be ordered for four people at $160 or eight people for $300.

652 Union St
Brooklyn, NY 11215

19. Estuary

159 Bridge Park Dr, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Estuary’s dining room, with wooden chairs and floor-to-ceiling windows Estuary [Official]

Brooklyn Heights waterfront restaurant Estuary is doing a three-course prix fixe in house that features all the usual suspects like turkey, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce along with more eclectic options like the mushroom tortellini with black truffles and Norwegian trout in saffron broth. The prix fixe costs $65 and will be served from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving day. The restaurant is also doing six different kinds of to-go boxes for the holiday.

159 Bridge Park Dr
Brooklyn, NY 11201

20. Loi Estiatorio

132 W 58th St, New York, NY 10019

Upscale Midtown Greek restaurant Loi Estiatorio is serving a multi-course Thanksgiving meal at the restaurant from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. on November 26. Menu items include a pomegranate salad, Talagani cheese served with orange zest and cranberry compote, and turkey with a side of sweet potato and stuffing. Prices on the Thanksgiving specials run from $10 to $46. Takeout and delivery is available as well.

132 W 58th St
New York, NY 10019

21. Extra Virgin

259 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10014
The exterior of a restaurant with the entrance to the left and heated seating to the right Extra Virgin [Official]

At West Village Mediterranean restaurant Extra Virgin there’s a three-course $75 prix fixe menu that includes appetizers like butternut squash soup, mains like lemon crusted codfish, and desserts including white chocolate pumpkin parfait. A cheaper $50 takeout menu is available on Thanksgiving day, but orders for those must be placed by Tuesday, November 24.

259 West 4th Street
New York, NY 10014

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