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20 Ways to Eat Through Thanksgiving Day in NYC

A dining guide for November 25, 2021

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A spread of dishes at Lamalo.
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Thanksgiving is around the corner, and happily, this year, restaurants in the city are fully welcoming vaccinated guests for cozy indoor and outdoor dinners. Italian, Greek, Japanese, Middle Eastern and soul food spots are all offering their take on meals for the holiday, which has origins in an uneasy, temporary alliance between 17th-century English settlers and members of the Wampanoag Confederacy. Here is a selection of restaurants across New York City — located on Indigenous land known as Lenapehoking, home to the Lenape people — that are offering a memorable Thanksgiving meal this year.

The latest CDC guidance for vaccinated diners during the COVID-19 outbreak is here; dining out still carries risks for unvaccinated diners and workers. Please be aware of changing local rules, and check individual restaurant websites for any additional restrictions such as mask requirements. Find a local vaccination site here.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Melba's Restaurant

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300 W 114th St
New York, NY 10026
(212) 864-7777
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Chef Melba Wilson has concocted a $60 Thanksgiving feast at her legendary Harlem restaurant. (Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are among its many fans.) Wilson kicks off the holiday meal with butternut squash soup or jumbo shrimp cocktail, and moves on to a selection of turkey with cornbread and sausage stuffing; barbecue beef short ribs; sea bass; or pineapple-glazed ham. Sides include collard greens and candied yams.

The exterior of Melba’s in Harlem, with an orange awning and tables and chairs on the sidewalk out front.
Melba’s in Harlem.
Melba’s

2. Lucciola

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621 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10024
(347) 536-1335
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Cozy outdoor dining bubbles make this neighborhood Bolognese spot a fun holiday choice. This year, the $139 prix fixe begins with a mini pizza enhanced by white truffle and served with champagne. The costly tuber shines throughout the meal in such selections as an appetizer of potatoes au gratin with truffle oil and gnocchi parmesan with fresh burrata and shaved white truffles. Pumpkin pecan pie and pumpkin gelato hit the sweet spot.

3. Caravaggio

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23 E 74th St
New York, NY 10021
(212) 288-1004
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The gathering spot for politicos, actors, and other boldfaced names in New York gets particularly festive starting at Thanksgiving, with a Christmas tree, pumpkins and striking floral arrangements. The extensive holiday menu is a la carte and includes appetizers of polenta with venison ragu ($26) and porcini Milanese with melted parmesan ($28). A pasta course includes chestnut fettuccine with wild mushrooms ($32); and the main event is a free-range heritage farm turkey ($55). Bourbon pecan tart and chocolate soufflé with chestnut ice cream are among the desserts.

4. Victory Garden Cafe

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2169 Steinway St
Astoria, NY 11105
(718) 274-2087
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A large heated outdoor space and glass enclosed terrace, both filled with plants and lanterns are whimsical locations for the holiday celebration. A two-course, $40 prix fixe starts with a Greek salad, and includes marinated turkey with rice and veal stuffing; baby lamb chops with lemon potatoes; or shrimp scampi with rice. Baklava or chocolate mousse are available a la carte.

5. The Regency Bar & Grill

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540 Park Ave
New York, NY 10065
(212) 339-4050
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For a dressed-up Thanksgiving, an elegant hotel is a great choice. This one, located on Park Avenue in the center of the city’s holiday festivities, is offering a 4-course prix fixe ($175 for adults; $65 for children) that begins with pumpkin veloute; or lobster bisque with tarragon and armagnac. Appetizers include beef tartare and burrata with spiced spaghetti squash; and, aside from slow-roasted turkey, there are choices of wild king salmon with Jerusalem artichoke; rack of lamb with chanterelles; and wagyu tenderloin for the main course. Save room for pumpkin pie with eggnog ice cream or carrot cake with salted caramel glaze.

Plush booths and white tablecloth tables are set up inside the Regency Bar and Grill.
Inside the Regency Bar & Grill.
The Regency Bar & Grill

6. Hutong New York

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731 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10022
(212) 758-4800
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Peking duck, roasted or flaming ($125 a la carte), is the fowl of choice at this upscale northern Chinese spot in Midtown, which just reopened its grand main dining room. Holiday dim sum choices such as mala turkey or purple yam dumplings won’t disappoint, as well as sausage sage mille-feuille. A pumpkin cake with whipped yogurt and passion fruit is a special holiday treat.

A dark restaurant interior with booths, chandeliers, and blue-hued lighting.
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7. Fresco by Scotto

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34 E 52nd St
New York, NY 10022
(212) 935-3434
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Whether you choose the buzzy outdoor “lemon orchard’’ or the classic indoor dining room — which has attracted everyone from Bill Clinton to Eric Adams —  the Scotto family always provides a warm Thanksgiving. Pizza margherita may not be a traditional way to start the meal, but it is definitely a family pleaser for some, and appetizer choices include baked eggplant and zucchini pie and sweet potato white bean soup. Turkey is paired with a sausage stuffing laced with ricotta and mozzarella. Faroe island salmon; grilled lamb chops; and spaghettini with shrimp made “fra diavolo style” are among the other entree selections. The dinner is $125 per adult and $60 per child.

An outdoor dining patio with tables and chairs set up on the street.
Fresco by Scotto’s outdoor setup.
Fresco by Scotto

8. The Queensboro

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80-02 Northern Blvd
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
(929) 296-0038
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At this rustic spot in Jackson Heights, the $72 Thanksgiving meal begins with a kabocha squash soup shooter or mushrooms a la Grecque. Roast turkey with celery root mashed potatoes, creamed kale and cranberry-raspberry sauce; and whole stuffed trout are all on the menu. A vegetarian choice for those who don’t opt for turkey includes stuffed onion with wild rice, lentils, butternut squash, eggplant, jicama and shiitake mushrooms.

9. Mifune

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245 E 44th St
New York, NY 10017
(212) 986-2800
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Organic turkey served up in a pie that also contains foie gras and truffle is part of the eight- course, $200 omakase menu at this sublime Japanese dining room filled with natural wood and dramatic chandeliers. In past years, the dinner has included such high-end touches as Wagyu beef and Japanese uni.

10. Lamalo

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11 E 31st St
New York, NY 10016
(212) 660-2112
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A signature of this spot within the Arlo Nomad hotel is the unlimited spread of small dishes and warm sage laffa bread that begins the meal. Holiday menu variations ($65 per person) at the restaurant include sweet potato with ras el hanout and burnt marshmallows; pumpkin tershi; and charred cabbage. Apple pie and ice cream seal the deal. 

A table strewn with small plates and dishes, with hands reaching for the food.
A spread of dishes at Lamalo.
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11. Casa Del Chef

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39-06 64th St
Woodside, NY 11377
(718) 457-9000
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Chef and owner Alfonso Zhicay is whipping up a menu this Thanksgiving ($65 per person) beginning with a taste of shrimp bruschetta with avocado mousse and aleppo pepper oil. Roasted pumpkin soup with white truffle oil and mushrooms is the starter; and the turkey is brined in apple cider and served with sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts and a cabernet franc spiked cranberry sauce. Pumpkin panna cotta with orange apple sauce, local bee pollen and hazelnuts wraps up the event.

12. Mark's Off Madison

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41 Madison Avenue Ground Level
New York, NY 10010
(646) 838-8300
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Pumpkin tortellini, pumpkin and kabocha squash soup, and autumn salad with butternut squash are among the starters at this bustling restaurant from chef Mark Strausman, who famously made Freds at Barneys a power lunch room. A seven vegetable dish with mushrooms, maple-roasted carrots, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato souffle and cabbage is an alternative to turkey. Pies include apple, pecan and — of course — pumpkin.

Inside a restaurant with wooden floors, circular tables with wooden chairs, and a woman can be standing in the distance against a bar.
The dining room at Mark’s Off Madison.
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13. Barbounia

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250 Park Ave S
New York, NY 10003
(212) 995-0242
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The $71 Thanksgiving feast starts with a mezze spread at this hopping Flatiron spot, where many dishes are prepared in a taboon oven in the open kitchen. Heirloom cauliflower with green tahini and aleppo pepper glaze and crispy artichokes with turmeric aioli are among the starters, while taboon-roasted snapper with apple cider sauce, and turkey with sourdough stuffing, sweet potato and Brussels sprouts are included in the main event. End the meal with standouts including the rosewater panna cotta and pecan tart.

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Turkey is served with sourdough stuffing at Barbounia.
Barbounia

14. Hancock St

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257 6th Ave
New York, NY 10014
(212) 645-0193
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Large leather booths and flattering lighting make John McDonald’s Soho spot a welcoming holiday choice. Chef Ryan Schmidtberger’s a la carte menu has such festive options as butternut squash soup with bay scallops and shaved apples ($18); foie gras ravioli ($31), and duck Bolognese with whole wheat mafaldine ($29). A gluten-free cranberry crumble is on deck for dessert, along with apple and pumpkin pies.

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Inside Hancock St.
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15. Bar Blondeau

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80 Wythe Ave 6th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 460-8006
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This hotel restaurant comes from the owners of Le Crocodile, located downstairs, and Chez Ma Tante, in nearby Greenpoint. In lieu of traditional turkey and stuffing, the restaurant is serving its usual menu — hake tempura, saffron rice with blood sausage — alongside a lengthy, by-the-glass wine list.

A dining room is outfitted with velvet green banquettes and floor to ceiling windows
The dining room at Bar Blondeau.
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16. Celestine

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1 John St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 522-5356
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Heritage turkey comes as a roulade with herbs at this Mediterranean spot tucked under the Manhattan Bridge in Dumbo, with sparkling views of downtown Manhattan. The $100 meal starts with chicory salad, moves on to roasted delicata squash with ricotta, mint and hazelnuts or Brussels sprouts with lemon, walnuts and parmesan, and also offers a vegetarian entree of wild mushroom tagliatelle. The pumpkin cake is topped with spiced cream cheese frosting, while plums and apples share a pastry shell in the galette.

A restaurant dining with large windows and a view of the Manhattan Bridge.
A view of the Manhattan Bridge from Celestine’s dining room.
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17. Pàn

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1563 Decatur St
Queens, NY 11385
(718) 885-4126
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Iranian chef Nasrin Rejali has been a pop-up force over the past year, hosting Persian brunches and dinners out of Pàn and other locations, as well as stocking an online pantry shop with flavorful jams and teas and Middle Eastern sweets. For Thanksgiving, Rejali is putting together a menu for a “dreamy Thanksgiving night with Persian cuisine,” which frankly sounds like heaven. The delivery-only meal is $120 for two people and includes cranberry pickles, a pumpkin kashke kadoo, saffron rice, and more. Pre-orders are available here.

18. As You Are

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252 Schermerhorn St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 303-3535
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The restaurant within the Ace Hotel in Boerum Hill has a $75 prix fixe that starts with either heirloom radicchio salad with delicata squash or parsnip and green apple soup. The turkey comes in the form of a roasted breast and confit leg with glazed carrots and sage; while monkfish with tomato, barlotti bean and cognac; and koginut squash with guajilo, mole and corn cake are other options. Leave room for the chocolate bourbon pecan pie with coconut ice cream or the blood orange lemon meringue pie with buttermilk sherbet.

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As You Are.
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19. King David Tacos

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611 Bergen St
Brooklyn, NY 11238
(929) 367-8226
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There truly is no bad time for a taco. The Austin-style versions from King David Tacos take on a popular holiday theme as the Brooklyn-based shop brings back the Cranbirdy, a limited edition Thanksgiving breakfast taco ($5.50). A pillowy flour tortilla holds DiPaola’s turkey breakfast sausage, breakfast sausage, roasted sweet potatoes, eggs, a blend of cheeses, and a side of cranberry salsa. It’s available between November 15 to 26 at the Prospect Heights location and the restaurant’s various carts in town.

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The Cranbirdy from King David Tacos.
King David Tacos

20. KIT

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657 Washington Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Pastry chef Zoe Kanan is returning to pop-up incubator Keep In Touch to collaborate with co-owner Libby Willis on Thanksgiving feast you can pick-up and serve at home. For $470 you can get a whole turkey for roasting (or, for $490, you can get a turkey ready to serve) with a choice of three sides (options include dishes such as green beans with preserved lemon, garlic, and dill or a cabbage-wrapped mashed potato cake), as well as a choice of two desserts (pecan pie, cheesecake, and a pumpkin chiffon cake). Pre-orders are now available.

One person in a red shirt and straw hat leans on a wooden bar while another person behind the counter makes coffee.
Inside of KIT.
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1. Melba's Restaurant

300 W 114th St, New York, NY 10026
The exterior of Melba’s in Harlem, with an orange awning and tables and chairs on the sidewalk out front.
Melba’s in Harlem.
Melba’s

Chef Melba Wilson has concocted a $60 Thanksgiving feast at her legendary Harlem restaurant. (Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are among its many fans.) Wilson kicks off the holiday meal with butternut squash soup or jumbo shrimp cocktail, and moves on to a selection of turkey with cornbread and sausage stuffing; barbecue beef short ribs; sea bass; or pineapple-glazed ham. Sides include collard greens and candied yams.

300 W 114th St
New York, NY 10026

2. Lucciola

621 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10024

Cozy outdoor dining bubbles make this neighborhood Bolognese spot a fun holiday choice. This year, the $139 prix fixe begins with a mini pizza enhanced by white truffle and served with champagne. The costly tuber shines throughout the meal in such selections as an appetizer of potatoes au gratin with truffle oil and gnocchi parmesan with fresh burrata and shaved white truffles. Pumpkin pecan pie and pumpkin gelato hit the sweet spot.

621 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10024

3. Caravaggio

23 E 74th St, New York, NY 10021

The gathering spot for politicos, actors, and other boldfaced names in New York gets particularly festive starting at Thanksgiving, with a Christmas tree, pumpkins and striking floral arrangements. The extensive holiday menu is a la carte and includes appetizers of polenta with venison ragu ($26) and porcini Milanese with melted parmesan ($28). A pasta course includes chestnut fettuccine with wild mushrooms ($32); and the main event is a free-range heritage farm turkey ($55). Bourbon pecan tart and chocolate soufflé with chestnut ice cream are among the desserts.

23 E 74th St
New York, NY 10021

4. Victory Garden Cafe

2169 Steinway St, Astoria, NY 11105

A large heated outdoor space and glass enclosed terrace, both filled with plants and lanterns are whimsical locations for the holiday celebration. A two-course, $40 prix fixe starts with a Greek salad, and includes marinated turkey with rice and veal stuffing; baby lamb chops with lemon potatoes; or shrimp scampi with rice. Baklava or chocolate mousse are available a la carte.

2169 Steinway St
Astoria, NY 11105

5. The Regency Bar & Grill

540 Park Ave, New York, NY 10065
Plush booths and white tablecloth tables are set up inside the Regency Bar and Grill.
Inside the Regency Bar & Grill.
The Regency Bar & Grill

For a dressed-up Thanksgiving, an elegant hotel is a great choice. This one, located on Park Avenue in the center of the city’s holiday festivities, is offering a 4-course prix fixe ($175 for adults; $65 for children) that begins with pumpkin veloute; or lobster bisque with tarragon and armagnac. Appetizers include beef tartare and burrata with spiced spaghetti squash; and, aside from slow-roasted turkey, there are choices of wild king salmon with Jerusalem artichoke; rack of lamb with chanterelles; and wagyu tenderloin for the main course. Save room for pumpkin pie with eggnog ice cream or carrot cake with salted caramel glaze.

540 Park Ave
New York, NY 10065

6. Hutong New York

731 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022
A dark restaurant interior with booths, chandeliers, and blue-hued lighting.
Inside Hutong.
Tanya Blum/Hutong

Peking duck, roasted or flaming ($125 a la carte), is the fowl of choice at this upscale northern Chinese spot in Midtown, which just reopened its grand main dining room. Holiday dim sum choices such as mala turkey or purple yam dumplings won’t disappoint, as well as sausage sage mille-feuille. A pumpkin cake with whipped yogurt and passion fruit is a special holiday treat.

731 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10022

7. Fresco by Scotto

34 E 52nd St, New York, NY 10022
An outdoor dining patio with tables and chairs set up on the street.
Fresco by Scotto’s outdoor setup.
Fresco by Scotto

Whether you choose the buzzy outdoor “lemon orchard’’ or the classic indoor dining room — which has attracted everyone from Bill Clinton to Eric Adams —  the Scotto family always provides a warm Thanksgiving. Pizza margherita may not be a traditional way to start the meal, but it is definitely a family pleaser for some, and appetizer choices include baked eggplant and zucchini pie and sweet potato white bean soup. Turkey is paired with a sausage stuffing laced with ricotta and mozzarella. Faroe island salmon; grilled lamb chops; and spaghettini with shrimp made “fra diavolo style” are among the other entree selections. The dinner is $125 per adult and $60 per child.

34 E 52nd St
New York, NY 10022

8. The Queensboro

80-02 Northern Blvd, Jackson Heights, NY 11372

At this rustic spot in Jackson Heights, the $72 Thanksgiving meal begins with a kabocha squash soup shooter or mushrooms a la Grecque. Roast turkey with celery root mashed potatoes, creamed kale and cranberry-raspberry sauce; and whole stuffed trout are all on the menu. A vegetarian choice for those who don’t opt for turkey includes stuffed onion with wild rice, lentils, butternut squash, eggplant, jicama and shiitake mushrooms.

80-02 Northern Blvd
Jackson Heights, NY 11372

9. Mifune

245 E 44th St, New York, NY 10017

Organic turkey served up in a pie that also contains foie gras and truffle is part of the eight- course, $200 omakase menu at this sublime Japanese dining room filled with natural wood and dramatic chandeliers. In past years, the dinner has included such high-end touches as Wagyu beef and Japanese uni.

245 E 44th St
New York, NY 10017

10. Lamalo

11 E 31st St, New York, NY 10016
A table strewn with small plates and dishes, with hands reaching for the food.
A spread of dishes at Lamalo.
Francesco Sapienza/Lamalo

A signature of this spot within the Arlo Nomad hotel is the unlimited spread of small dishes and warm sage laffa bread that begins the meal. Holiday menu variations ($65 per person) at the restaurant include sweet potato with ras el hanout and burnt marshmallows; pumpkin tershi; and charred cabbage. Apple pie and ice cream seal the deal. 

11 E 31st St
New York, NY 10016

11. Casa Del Chef

39-06 64th St, Woodside, NY 11377

Chef and owner Alfonso Zhicay is whipping up a menu this Thanksgiving ($65 per person) beginning with a taste of shrimp bruschetta with avocado mousse and aleppo pepper oil. Roasted pumpkin soup with white truffle oil and mushrooms is the starter; and the turkey is brined in apple cider and served with sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts and a cabernet franc spiked cranberry sauce. Pumpkin panna cotta with orange apple sauce, local bee pollen and hazelnuts wraps up the event.

39-06 64th St
Woodside, NY 11377

12. Mark's Off Madison

41 Madison Avenue Ground Level, New York, NY 10010
Inside a restaurant with wooden floors, circular tables with wooden chairs, and a woman can be standing in the distance against a bar.
The dining room at Mark’s Off Madison.
Beth Landman/Eater NY

Pumpkin tortellini, pumpkin and kabocha squash soup, and autumn salad with butternut squash are among the starters at this bustling restaurant from chef Mark Strausman, who famously made Freds at Barneys a power lunch room. A seven vegetable dish with mushrooms, maple-roasted carrots, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato souffle and cabbage is an alternative to turkey. Pies include apple, pecan and — of course — pumpkin.

41 Madison Avenue Ground Level
New York, NY 10010

13. Barbounia

250 Park Ave S, New York, NY 10003
A plate of turkey with carrots on a white plate.
Turkey is served with sourdough stuffing at Barbounia.
Barbounia

The $71 Thanksgiving feast starts with a mezze spread at this hopping Flatiron spot, where many dishes are prepared in a taboon oven in the open kitchen. Heirloom cauliflower with green tahini and aleppo pepper glaze and crispy artichokes with turmeric aioli are among the starters, while taboon-roasted snapper with apple cider sauce, and turkey with sourdough stuffing, sweet potato and Brussels sprouts are included in the main event. End the meal with standouts including the rosewater panna cotta and pecan tart.

250 Park Ave S
New York, NY 10003

14. Hancock St

257 6th Ave, New York, NY 10014
A busy, dark restaurant interior during service, with people moving about.
Inside Hancock St.
Evan Sung/Hancock St

Large leather booths and flattering lighting make John McDonald’s Soho spot a welcoming holiday choice. Chef Ryan Schmidtberger’s a la carte menu has such festive options as butternut squash soup with bay scallops and shaved apples ($18); foie gras ravioli ($31), and duck Bolognese with whole wheat mafaldine ($29). A gluten-free cranberry crumble is on deck for dessert, along with apple and pumpkin pies.

257 6th Ave
New York, NY 10014

15. Bar Blondeau

80 Wythe Ave 6th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11249
A dining room is outfitted with velvet green banquettes and floor to ceiling windows
The dining room at Bar Blondeau.
Liz Clayman/Bar Blondeau

This hotel restaurant comes from the owners of Le Crocodile, located downstairs, and Chez Ma Tante, in nearby Greenpoint. In lieu of traditional turkey and stuffing, the restaurant is serving its usual menu — hake tempura, saffron rice with blood sausage — alongside a lengthy, by-the-glass wine list.

80 Wythe Ave 6th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11249

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16. Celestine

1 John St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
A restaurant dining with large windows and a view of the Manhattan Bridge.
A view of the Manhattan Bridge from Celestine’s dining room.
Melissa Hom/Celestine

Heritage turkey comes as a roulade with herbs at this Mediterranean spot tucked under the Manhattan Bridge in Dumbo, with sparkling views of downtown Manhattan. The $100 meal starts with chicory salad, moves on to roasted delicata squash with ricotta, mint and hazelnuts or Brussels sprouts with lemon, walnuts and parmesan, and also offers a vegetarian entree of wild mushroom tagliatelle. The pumpkin cake is topped with spiced cream cheese frosting, while plums and apples share a pastry shell in the galette.

1 John St
Brooklyn, NY 11201

17. Pàn

1563 Decatur St, Queens, NY 11385

Iranian chef Nasrin Rejali has been a pop-up force over the past year, hosting Persian brunches and dinners out of Pàn and other locations, as well as stocking an online pantry shop with flavorful jams and teas and Middle Eastern sweets. For Thanksgiving, Rejali is putting together a menu for a “dreamy Thanksgiving night with Persian cuisine,” which frankly sounds like heaven. The delivery-only meal is $120 for two people and includes cranberry pickles, a pumpkin kashke kadoo, saffron rice, and more. Pre-orders are available here.

1563 Decatur St
Queens, NY 11385

18. As You Are

252 Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
The exterior of a hotel building with concrete pillars, glass windows, and hanging lights.
As You Are.
Alex Staniloff/Eater NY

The restaurant within the Ace Hotel in Boerum Hill has a $75 prix fixe that starts with either heirloom radicchio salad with delicata squash or parsnip and green apple soup. The turkey comes in the form of a roasted breast and confit leg with glazed carrots and sage; while monkfish with tomato, barlotti bean and cognac; and koginut squash with guajilo, mole and corn cake are other options. Leave room for the chocolate bourbon pecan pie with coconut ice cream or the blood orange lemon meringue pie with buttermilk sherbet.

252 Schermerhorn St
Brooklyn, NY 11217

19. King David Tacos

611 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11238
A breakfast taco inside a tin foil being held by a person wearing a black shirt.
The Cranbirdy from King David Tacos.
King David Tacos

There truly is no bad time for a taco. The Austin-style versions from King David Tacos take on a popular holiday theme as the Brooklyn-based shop brings back the Cranbirdy, a limited edition Thanksgiving breakfast taco ($5.50). A pillowy flour tortilla holds DiPaola’s turkey breakfast sausage, breakfast sausage, roasted sweet potatoes, eggs, a blend of cheeses, and a side of cranberry salsa. It’s available between November 15 to 26 at the Prospect Heights location and the restaurant’s various carts in town.

611 Bergen St
Brooklyn, NY 11238

20. KIT

657 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
One person in a red shirt and straw hat leans on a wooden bar while another person behind the counter makes coffee.
Inside of KIT.
Clay Williams/Eater NY

Pastry chef Zoe Kanan is returning to pop-up incubator Keep In Touch to collaborate with co-owner Libby Willis on Thanksgiving feast you can pick-up and serve at home. For $470 you can get a whole turkey for roasting (or, for $490, you can get a turkey ready to serve) with a choice of three sides (options include dishes such as green beans with preserved lemon, garlic, and dill or a cabbage-wrapped mashed potato cake), as well as a choice of two desserts (pecan pie, cheesecake, and a pumpkin chiffon cake). Pre-orders are now available.

657 Washington Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238

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