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Need a great place to spend Thanksgiving with friends and family in NYC? Visit Heartland for a 4-course prix fixe meal including homemade butternut squash soup & a crisp red leaf lettuce salad to start. Then, dig into a platter of fresh roasted turkey with sage stuffing, candied sweet potatoes and green beans. Finish with a slice of pumpkin pie or NY Cheesecake. Coffee & tea included for $39.50 per person; kids 12 and under $19.50. Available at all three locations and reservations recommended.
Times Square, 127 W. 43rd St, 646.366.0235; Empire State Bldg., 350 5th Ave., 212.563.3433; Midtown West, 41st St. at 8th Ave., 646.214.1000
Hooters will be open on Thanksgiving day from 10 am- 4 pm. We are in great proximity to the parade and have plenty of tvs for the football games that day!
155 W. 33rd St.
L'ADRESSE American Bistro
Celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends at L'ADRESSE American Bistro. From noon-8 pm enjoy a lavish Thanksgiving feast from Chef Lee Hernandez and his team who have put together an elegant four-course prix fixe menu with all the traditional holiday favorites (and some with a twist.) The meal closes with a choice of dessert and optional evening stroll in neighboring Bryant Park for $75 per person. Reservations are recommended.
1065 Ave. of the Americas
Go Greek this Thanksgiving at Nerai! From 4-9 pm we will offer traditional greek selections including Greek salad, spinach pies and kabocha squash soup and some twists on traditional Thanksgiving dishes like turkey moussaka with stuffing, cranberry sauce, candied sweet potatoes, mushroom risotto and more for $85 per person. Á la carte menu will also available.
55 E. 54th St.
Royal 35 Steakhouse
Bring the family to Royal 35’s classic steakhouse for Thanksgiving this year! For $75 per person, we’re offering a choice of appetizer including Maple Roasted Pumpkin Soup, Oysters Rockefeller or our Royal 35 Salad with Aged Goat Cheese. For the entreé, guests have a choice of Roasted Red Hen Turkey or Prime Rib Eye served with all the classic trimmings. Complete your meal with Pecan or Pumpkin pie. Make your reservations today!
1 E. 35th St.
Tir Na Nog
The most beautiful day of the year in our opinion, sharing great food and thanks with friends and family. You bring the friends and family and we'll provide the food. Three courses for $46 or an a la carte menu is available if all you need is turkey. Our turkey is Vermont turkey and is glazed with Vermont maple syrup and served with traditional Thanksgiving trimmings. Serving from 11 am to 9 pm. Call either of our midtown locations for reservations.
254 W. 31st St., 212.630.0249; 315 W. 39th St., 212.760.0072
The Black Derby
Come spend Thanksgiving with The Black Derby open from 2-10 pm with traditional Thanksgiving Fare—with a Black Derby Twist!
310 W. 4th St.
Celebrate Thanksgiving this year with a feast at Victor’s Café. Enjoy the taste of our authentic Cuban cuisine to match the elegance of our stunning restaurant. Add to that the best mojitos in town plus live Cuban music to really put you in the holiday spirit. Our chef’s special Cuban-style turkey dinner and an all-day dinner menu will be available. Call us today to book your holiday reservation.
236 W. 52nd St.
Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola
Wycliffe Gordon returns for his annual Thanksgiving set at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola featuring a special one-night-only 3-course menu Nov. 23rd, at 7 pm. It's always a pleasure to welcome back this former star of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and the Wynton Marsalis Septet. Gordon kicks off the holiday season with a five-night stay at Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola with special performances on Thanksgiving. Tickets ($165) include dinner, admission and gratuity Wycliffe Gordon is the definition of a good time, and as Wynton Marsalis says, “just his presence is a creative experience.”
Broadway and 60th St., 5th Fl.
Davio's Northern Italian Restaurant
Don’t feel like cooking this year? Visit upscale Northern Italian steakhouse Davio’s this Thanksgiving from 11 am- 8 pm for a delicious oven-roasted organic turkey dinner with all the traditional fixing including Yukon Gold creamy potatoes, butternut squash, herb stuffing and more. Price $59 per person and $23 for children under 12 years.
447 Lexington Ave.
Benjamin Steakhouse Prime
Give thanks around Benjamin Steakhouse Prime’s table this Thanksgiving with a special 3-course $75 prix fixe menu. Appetizers include pumpkin soup with spicy pumpkin seeds, the autumn salad, and Italian burrata followed by a traditional Thanksgiving turkey served with stuffing, roasted yams, potatoes au gratin and cranberry relish. Don’t forget to leave some room for a slice of apple pie with cinnamon ice cream or pumpkin pie served warm with vanilla ice cream. Reservations recommended, price does not include tax or gratuity.
23 E. 40th Street
Tribeca Grill’s Pastry Chef Stephane Motir is baking an array of pies available for purchase just in time for Thanksgiving. The apple pie ($36) includes Empire and Granny Smith apples from Upstate New York, with lemon zest, butter and nutmeg, topped with a lattice pie dough. The pecan pie ($38) is prepared with pecans, dark corn syrup, butter, eggs and vanilla. And last but not least, the pumpkin pie ($36) is prepared with Blue Hubbard pumpkins, cinnamon, ginger, cloves and condensed milk. All pies can be ordered here by Friday, Nov. 17th and can be picked up at Tribeca Grill on Tuesday, Nov. 21st or Wednesday, Nov. 22nd from 9:30 am to 5 pm.
375 Greenwich St.