Where To Dine In New York City This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is Thursday, November 24 and it’s already time to start thinking about where you’ll be eating dinner! And perhaps, more importantly, securing what delicious items you’ll be enjoying for the annual feast. Before you start bookmarking recipes, consider a primo reservation so you can stuff your face without being stuck on dirty dish duty. Here’s where to eat this Thanksgiving in New York City:

Vestry

Head to SoHo to celebrate a luxe Thanksgiving with Michelin-Starred Chef Shaun Hergatt. Pick from a prix-fixe three-course menu for $98. Diners can choose from five appetizers including escarole salad, tuna toast, butternut squash soup, potato gnocchi, and grilled quail; and five entrees like Binchotan Atlantic salmon, crispy skin Branzino, traditional roasted turkey, Creekstone Farm beef cheeks or shrimp risotto. Dessert options include three artisanal pies, including bourbon pecan, apple, and pumpkin, in addition to Chocolate Pot de Creme and Chef Shaun’s Instagram-famous cheesecake (you’ll see). Reservations can be made on the restaurant’s website.

Carmine’s

Both the Times Square and Upper West Side locations of Carmine’s are offering a family-style Thanksgiving menu available for dine-in, takeout, or delivery. The special includes an 18-pound roast turkey with sausage and sage stuffing, along with classic sides like Brussels sprouts with caramelized onions and Applewood smoked bacon, sauteed string beans with julienned red peppers and toasted hazelnuts, baby carrots with fresh dill, sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows and maple syrup, and mashed Potatoes with giblet gravy. The meal serves six to eight people for $349. Carmine’s homemade pumpkin and apple Pies will also be available for $25. Reservations and preordering are available at carminesnyc.com.

The Regency Bar & Grill

Head to this glamorous dining room on the corner of 61st Street and Park Avenue, for a classic four-course pre-fixe Thanksgiving dinner, priced at $175 per adult, $65 per child. Guests can choose from a roasted pumpkin soup or classic lobster bisque, appetizer selections include foie gras, seared tuna or seasonal salad and main course selections include the classic roasted turkey breast with sage stuffing, sweet potato puree and honey glazed Brussels sprouts; herb crusted lamb rack; butter poached halibut or grilled Chateaubriand with potato mousseline, honey glazed heirloom carrots and bordelaise sauce. Finish the meal with something sweet including autumn pumpkin pie, three layer chocolate cake, carrot cake or a selection of artisanal cheeses.The Thanksgiving feast at The Regency Bar & Grill is available from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Reservations are available on Resy.

Virgil’s Real BBQ

Enjoy a family-style feast from Virgil’s Real BBQ. Available for takeout at either of their NYC locations or dine-in at their 44th Street restaurant, the special menu includes an 18-pound smoked turkey with gravy, accompanied by dishes like cornbread and sausage stuffing, sweet potatoes with melted marshmallows, homemade cranberry sauce, candied Brussels sprouts with pecans and Applewood smoked bacon, Creole green beans, and buttermilk biscuits. Virgil’s Thanksgiving meal serves six to eight people for $349. The restaurant will also take advance orders for their Pumpkin and Apple Pies for $25 each. Reservations are available now, and pre-orders can be placed at virgilsbbq.com.

Fulgurances Laundromat

The Greenpoint laundromat turned restaurant with an ever-changing chef is bringing back its Thanksgiving party for a second annual celebration. This year, resident chef Antoine Villard (former sous chef at Septime in Paris) will be serving delicious riffs on Thanksgiving classics, served as a family-style menu. A vegetarian menu will be available. Seatings will take place at 2 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., for $110 per person, no excluding taxes, gratuity or wine. Tickets available via Resy. Parties of 7 or more should reach out to ashley@fulgurances.com­­­­­

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