Thanksgiving is the time of year where we come together with family and think about everything we’re thankful for. But, on top of that, it’s also the perfect holiday to eat an excess of delicious holiday food. This year, leave the cooking to the professionals in New York City and discover some of the best places to eat Thanksgiving dinner here among your friends and family. We recommend you add another notch to your belt, just in case.
80 Spring St, New York, NY 10012
New York’s premiere French bistro is serving up a holiday favorite, adding a special turkey entrée to its regular menu for the holiday. A three-course prix fixe menu is also available at $72 to ensure guests get the best holiday meal Keith McNally’s famous restaurant can prepare.
14 E 60th St, New York 10022
Nowhere in New York knows rotisserie like Rotisserie Georgette. A perfectly roasted turkey headlines this three-course menu rounded out by chestnut soup and an array of sweets like the restaurant’s special tarte tatin. $84 will get you the full meal, with children’s versions at $40.
30 E 20th St, New York 10003
Another specialist in roasted birds, Le Coq Rico is serving up a delicious four-course menu with more than one bird at the forefront. With a starter of duck foie gras with cranberry chutney, your Thanksgiving dinner is in no danger of running afoul. The main dish consist of a whole stuffed turkey and will run you $85 for the full course.
90 Bedford St, New York, NY 10014
Don’t let the size of the bird in the name fool you, The Little Owl is serving up big flavors this holiday season. A delicious three-course prix fixe with Italian wedding soup, gravy meatball sliders, roast turkey, lasagna, and sweet potatoes in brown sugar and ginger await you at only $95 a person.
1 E 55th St, New York, NY 10022
Stop in to Ralph Lauren’s signature New York restaurant featuring holiday dishes as classic and recognizable as the Polo style itself. Enjoy the a la carte menu featuring winter squash and vegetable salad, roasted turkey, pork sausage stuffing, and maple-bacon Brussels sprouts. Dessert offerings include pumpkin pie and a pumpkin ice cream sundae.
131 Sullivan St, New York, NY 10012
Stop by SoHo for a family-style meal of traditional Thanksgiving dishes including roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, sausage stuffing, sweet potato, Brussels sprouts, and cranberry orange sauce. Guests have the ability to choose their first course and have a delicious set of options including steak tartare, lobster chowder, pumpkin ravioli, oysters, or a fall salad. This delicious meal is $115 per person or $55 for children under 12 and includes an array of delicious fall dessert options as well including pumpkin pie.
2 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10010
Add an Italian influence to your Thanksgiving meal with a choice of two four-course Thanksgiving menus. While one focuses on an Italian-American turkey meal, the other is a more dedicated Italian option, serving up a full roasted suckling pig. Other delicious sides like chestnut soup and Brussels sprouts, stracciatella alla romana, and cacao e pepe pasta help round out the $115 price tag on both menus, with a kid’s version available for $65.
103 W 77th St, New York 10024
Twist up your traditional Thanksgiving favorites with an inventive take on the holiday meal from Dovetail. A three-course prix fixe starts with a Fuji apple salad with wild rice or truffled pappardelle and continues to a main course of slow-roasted turkey with dark meat agnolotti or sirloin steak accompanied by beef cheek lasagna. This $138 menu has a vegetarian option as well as a $75 wine pairing and ends with delicious desserts like a cheesecake stuffed with port-poached pears.
11 Madison Ave, New York 10010
Elevate your Thanksgiving dinner in more ways than one with a truly spectacular four-course menu from Eleven Madison Park. Priced at $245 with an optional $135 wine pairing, this menu offers a selection for each course to ensure your taste buds truly enjoy their holiday. Start with chicken veloute with black truffles or scallops with uni and fennel and then continue on to a main course choice of a perfectly cooked turkey or slow-cooked beef with mushrooms and horseradish. With so many options for every dish, all of them prepared in exquisite detail, there’s no wrong choice for the best way to enjoy your Thanksgiving in the city.
*Please note, the hotel’s restaurants will not be offering holiday menus this year.