Let’s face it, Thanksgiving Dinner, in all its glory and deliciousness, can also be quite stressful, messy and daunting to cook. Which is why many forgo turkey basting and potato mashing all together and opt instead to eat this glorious meal out. We tapped into Localicious to find five of the most popular eateries across the US that may make you rethink your decision to host Thanksgiving Dinner at home this year. Gobble, Gobble.
This Michelin-starred hot spot will offer a ‘family style’ menu created by executive chef Jared Wentworth that will include items like Chestnut Foie Gras Stuffing, Roasted Spaghetti Squash, Chanterelle Mushrooms, and Tarragon
Bourbon and Orange Cranberry Sauce and sweet potato pie. There will be three seatings at 3 PM, 6 PM and 9 PM.
The three-course menu will feature some of Mister A’s favorites like lobster bisque and pan seared white sea bass in addition to seasonal classics like oven roasted butternut squash and organic Diestel turkey. A children’s menu will also be available that includes a traditional turkey plate and pumpkin pie,
Boudro’s, is offering a special menu for thanksgiving that will be served from 11 AM to 11 PM, adding a southwestern take on the traditional menu with specialties like achiote butter-basted turkey breast and sweet potato pumpkin pie.
This Michelin-starred San Francisco classic will offer a three-course menu with delectable specialties like Liberty Farms duck agnolotti, spit-roasted Berkshire pork loin and baked Sonoma Apple pie. Eat an early dinner here and walk it off with a stroll along the water afterwards.
Charlotte’s first “gastropub” will offer a three course menu from 11 AM to 6 PM that will include inventive items like Pumpkin Gnocchi with Braised Beef Cheeks, Salt Crusted Slow Roasted SC Prime Rib of Beef, and an all you can eat dessert buffet with a diverse offering that includes everything from Salted Caramel Budino to Lemon Curd & Strawberries.