Save the Cooking for Another Day: Dining Out On Thanksgiving

Save the Cooking for Another Day: Dining Out On Thanksgiving

New Yorkers like to dine out and the holidays are no exception. If you want to save the cooking for another day, check out one of the many restaurants open on Thanksgiving—serving up traditional festive fare and creative specialties. In Midtown East, Benjamin Steakhouse will serve a special three-course menu, including traditional Thanksgiving turkey served with turkey stuffing, roasted yam, and cranberry relish. To view the complete menu, click here. For an international take on the conventional holiday dinner, opt for one of the PatinaRestaurant Groupeateries open on Thanksgiving, including: modern Italian at Stella 34 Trattoria; stylish French fare at Brasserie 8 ½; contemporary, seasonal American at Rock Center Café; classic French in a sleek setting at Brasserie; and elegant ocean-to-table cuisine at The Sea Grill. You can also enjoy sensational seafood at Oceanain the form of a three-course menu including “Cape Cod Turkey,” roast cod, crabmeat stuffing and sautéed spinach. The menu also includes land fare and the raw bar will also be available.  To view the menu, click here. If you’re looking for picturesque views of Central Park and Columbus Circle while enjoying your Thanksgiving feast, head to ROBERT, located atop the Museum of Arts and Design. To view the New American, three-course menu click here. The famous New York institution Carnegie Deliwill even serve a three-course meal, including matzoh ball soup, brisket of beef, roast turkey dinner and more. Diners can even get a family meal to go and pies for pickup. Check out more restaurants open on Thanksgiving, plus tons of holiday deals and more here.

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