50+ Places To Stuff Your Face on Thanksgiving

No plans for Thanksgiving? No biggie. New York is the best city to not cook in. If your kitchen is too small, you normally eat dinner sitting on your couch or your oven is too tiny to fit a turkey, let one of the best restaurants in town make it for ya. And the best part? You don’t have to do the dishes [so you can go straight home to loaf around on the couch]. Just don’t forget to wear elastic waist pants.

And before we start, keep in mind that most restaurants start serving their meals as early as noon on Thanksgiving Day. Also, we realize that a lot of these places may already be booked. We’d recommend requesting to be placed on a wait list, but always have a backup plan!

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Price: $88 per person

This farm-to-table 4-course dinner includes roasted turkey, sourdough-mushroom stuffing, mashed potatoes and caramel apple pie with cinnamon ice cream. Make a res.




Price: $85 per person

Your Portuguese Thanksgiving will start with a foie gras terrine and then move on to a traditional meal with a roast turkey and chorizo-brioche stuffing, cranberry orange jam, pork belly with brussels sprouts and braised red cabbage. Dessert includes maple pumpkin and pecan tarts. Make a res.




Price: $36 – $56 per person

You can order a roasted turkey platter from this classic New York spot for $36 or opt for a 3-course Thanksgiving menu for $56 that comes with your choice of turkey or striped bass. Dessert options include sweet potato pecan pie, pumpkin pie and chestnut napoleon. Make a res.


Bar Boulud

Upper West Side

Price: $70 per person

Start off your fanciest Turkey Day ever with a choice of roasted squash soup with burnt rosemary cream or black angus beef tartare, then continue on your French-giving journey with turkey paired with cornbread & sausage stuffing. Not a turkey lover? Try the pork loin Wellington with fingerling potatoes and chestnuts. Make a res.

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Blaue Gans


Price: $60 per person

Blaue Gans will definitely satisfy all of your Thanksgiving needs with a 3-course meal that includes chestnut soup, roasted turkey with sweet potato purée and apple crumble with cinnamon vanilla ice cream. Make a res.


BLT Prime


Price: $68 per person

A traditional meal at BLT Prime stars off with a non-traditional dish: Kabocha Squash Risotto! Continue your food journey with roasted turkey with brussels sprouts and bacon, plus sides like creamed spinach, sweet potato gratin and mashed potatoes. Dessert includes a pumpkin tart with maple ice cream. Make a res.

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Blue Water Grill

Union Square

Price: $48 per person

The 3-course prix fix meal starts off with a choice of a small plate like pumpkin spiced tuna tataki or roasted spiced butternut squash soup. Then the main feature: butter basted turkey with whipped sweet potato, market vegetables, mushroom stuffing and cranberry sauce. Top it all off with a choice of dessert that includes molton chocolate cake, warm apple pie, spiced pumpkin pie or pecan pie with bourbon spiked caramel sauce and sweet potato ice cream! Make a res.

Bubby's Pie


TriBeCa // Meatpacking

Price: Whatever you wish – but they recommend a  $75 donation that benefits NYC Rescue Mission

The resto famous for its homemade pies will feature a buffet-style dinner that will include turkey with giblet gravy, glazed ham with spiced apricot sauce, cornbread sage stuffing, buttermilk mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce. And pie, of course. Make a res.


Buttermilk Channel


Price: $50 per person

Just reading the words “cider-brined turkey” makes us want to dine at Buttermilk Channel for Thanksgiving. The all-star meal will also feature cranberry ginger sauce, cornbread with honey butter, oyster bread pudding, sweet potato and butternut squash gratin, buttermilk whipped potatoes and roasted brussels sprouts with chestnut butter. Save room for dessert, though, because you can choose from pecan pie, dutch apple and cream cheese pie or sweet potato and pumpkin pie. Make a res.

Carmine's Thanksgiving Turkey


Times Square

Price: $240 per table of 9

Huge, family-style portions are what Carmine’s does best. An 18-pound roasted turkey with gravy, sausage and sage stuffing, brussels sprouts, string beans, baby carrots with dill, sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes and homemade cranberry sauce are what will be brought to your table for Turkey Day. For dessert, a slice of pecan, apple or pumpkin pie is perfectly appropriate. Make a res.


The Clam

West Village

Price: $80 per person

Baked littleneck clams with pancetta and sweet onions will start your Thanksgiving feast off the right way. Follow it up with a roasted turkey served with fig and cornbread dressing, sage gravy and cranberry sauce. For something a little less traditional, try the grilled swordfish with spinach risotto with pancetta and leek beurre noisette or the braised angus short rib with fontina gratin, brussels sprouts and horseradish crumbs. And lastly, but certainly not least, pumpkin pudding with gingerbread cookies and spiced cream. Make a res.


David Burke Kitchen


Price: $75 per person

The 3-course menu at DBK has so many options, you may have a tough time deciding. Standouts for apps include lamb sausage orrecchiete, cornflake-crusted crab cake and a lobster dumpling soup. For mains, there’s a roasted turkey with black pepper cranberry, vanilla bean sweet potato purée and sausage and cornbread stuffing, but for meat-lovers, there’s a cracklin’ pork shank served with fire-cracker apple sauce and venison steak with bacon and roasted pumpkin. Pie-a-palooza is what DBK is calling their dessert menu, which includes apple crumb, pumpkin, chocolate pecan and cheesecake lollipops. Make a res.


Edi & the Wolf

East Village

Price: $59 per person

This Austrian tavern is offering a 4-course menu that includes flatbread with picked pumpkin, roasted beet salad, roasted duck with hazelnut and cranberry and wiener schnitzel with potato salad. Make a res.

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Eleven Madison Park


Price: $195 per person

Chicken velouté will kick off your upscale Thanksgiving at Eleven Madison. For your second course, a choice of heirloom beets, smoked foie gras terrine, hamachi or taglioni. Choose from entrées like organic turkey, angus beef or butter poached lobster, which will all be served with all the fixings. And for dessert, a choice of pumpkin parfait, honey crisp apple sorbet or chocolate mille-feuille. Not your average Thanksgiving dinner, eh? Make a res.



Lower East Side

Price: $80 per person

The first course will be served family style: a hot artichoke dip with crisp bread devils on horseback. For your app, choose from a cream of cauliflower soup, kale with seckel pear and pumpkin seeds or a crispy pork belly confit. Beyond the roasted bird with sourdough stuffing, pescatarians will enjoy pan roasted cod with clam chowder while veggies can chow down on wild mushroom and fall vegetable pot pie. Family style sides include garlic mashed potatoes and braised kale with apples. Plus, homemade pies for dessert. Make a res.


The Gander


Price: $85 per person

This 4-course meal includes autumn squash soup with chorizo, roasted brussels sprouts with apples and bacon and roasted turkey with dressing and gravy. The best part of this meal, err— any meal, is dessert. Choose from pumpkin semifreddio with pepitas and milk chocolate or a bourbon spiked chocolate pecan pudding… with bacon. Make a res.

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Gotham Bar & Grill

West Village

Price: $135 per person

Zagat rated this American resto #1 for a reason. The 3-course meal includes heirloom carrot soup, roasted turkey with root vegetables and potato purée and a spiced pumpkin mousse and pecan tart with caramel sauce for dessert. Make a res.



East Village

Price: $92 per person

As a restaurant that focuses on local and seasonal food, Hearth is offering a 3-course menu that’ll be no different. Traditional roasted turkey and sides will be served, plus options for veggie-lovers and turkey-haters. For dessert, try the pumpkin pie served with a delicious pumpkin seed brittle. Make a res.

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Il Buco Alimentari


Price: $85 per person

Enjoy a family-style Italian feast, starting with a cheese plate, chestnut agnolotti with porcini mushrooms, rotisserie roasted pork, turkey with huckleberry mostarda and finish it all off with a sugar pumpkin bread pudding served with pumpkin gelato. Make a res.




Price: $52 per person

Fancy a Thanksgiving meal with a Lebanese twist? This 4-course meal will feature  hummus with toasted pumpkin seeds, stuffing with country bread and veal bacon and glazed yams with aleppo paper and maple syrup. The main event is a roasted turkey breast with parsnip purée or you can forgo the bird for lamb makloubeh. Dessert includes pumpkin pie panna cotta and apple crumble. Make a res.

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James Beard House

West Village

Price: $130 for members // $170 for general public

This large-format meal will start at 6pm and be prepared by chefs David Hendricksen, Larry Matson, Michael Nenes and Pastry Chef Manuel Catemaxca. Start off with apps that include lobster-coconut bisque and smocked duck breast with cherry jam. Continue on with smoked butternut squash broth with crispy pork belly or a traditional roasted turkey with tangerine-glazed carrots and turnips, brown butter brussels sprouts and mashed sweet potatoes. Dessert will feature a pumpkin-spiced bavarian cream with a chocolate ganache tart and vanilla bean ice cream. Make a res.



West Village

Price: $55 per person

Start off your 3-course meal with tasty options like butternut squash soup or toasted ricotta gnocchi, then move on to mains with a maple roasted turkey with apple stuffing and roasted brussels sprouts or a less traditional option, roasted pumpkin risotto with crispy sage and grilled bacon. Sweet corn bread, candied yams and baby string beans will be served for the table, and for dessert: pumpkin pie with maple marshmallows. Yum! Make a res.



Midtown West

Price: $106 per person

For a classic “New York steakhouse” approach to Thanksgiving, enjoy starters that include shrimp cocktail, Maryland lump crab cakes and truffled small potato dumplings. A celery root soup will prepare your palate for entrées like free-range turkey, double lamb chops or prime filet mignon. Classic fixings will also be served, like mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts, candied yams and glazed carrots. Finish off your fantastic feast with pecan pie with bourbon cream or pumpkin pie with ginger cream. Make a res.

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The Lambs Club

Times Square

Price: $85 per person

Chef Geoffrey Zakarian knows how to throw a Thanksgiving feast. Starters include squash soup with brown sugar struesel, bucatini with crab and saffron and country style pork terrine with chanterelle mushrooms. The three strong main offerings are a roasted turkey breast and glazed turkey leg with celery root and cranberry jus, roasted diver scallops with fennel and cauliflower and red wine beef short rib with yukon gold potato and swiss chard. The holiday-goodness doesn’t stop there, though. There are plenty of traditional sides for the table to go ’round. And seasonal desserts, too! Make a res.


The Little Owl

West Village

Price: $90 per person

The Little Owl’s famous gravy meatball sliders are just one of many delish options for your first course. A riesling roasted turkey will be served alongside fig and root vegetable dressing for those who choose, but also available is salmon, halibut, lasagne bolognese and pork chops. For dessert, pear crisp, apple strudel, pumpkin pie panna cotta and chocolate soufflé cake will satisfy your sweet tooth. Make a res.




Price: $95 per person

Danny Meyer’s Italian restaurant is offering two options at 4-courses each. One is a traditional Maialino menu featuring turkey soup, cacio e pepe and a roast suckling pig, while the other is an Italian Thanksgiving menu that includes chestnut soup, tortelli with pumpkin and turkey with polenta and sage. The only catch is, the whole table has to decide on the same menu. Make a res.


Market Table

West Village

Price: $90 per person

This 3-course meal features a riesling roasted turkey, american lamb chops or cod with a selection of sides like brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes and baked sweet potatoes. Seasonal desserts and drinks will also be available. Make a res.

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The Marshal

West Village

Price: $45 per person

This seasonal and local meal is entirely cooked in a wood-fired oven. The meal will star wood-roasted turkey with focaccia herb stuffing, cranberry sauce and gravy, plus an array of farm sides like candied yams. Dessert includes a warm pecan pie topped with burnt sugar ice cream. Make a res.

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Mas (Farmhouse)

West Village

Price: $88 per person

The 4-course prix fixe meal includes traditional favorites like turkey, sweet potatoes, squashes, cranberries and brussels sprouts on top of a la carte options from their seasonal menu. Make a res.




Price: $75 per person

Crispy baby artichokes and sweet potato agnolotti with butternut squash are a fantastic way to start off your Turkey Day feast at this Michelin-starred restaurant. Mains include roasted & braised turkey with cornbread stuffing and potato purée, roasted duck breast with quinoa and acorn squash and potato crusted halibut with braised leeks and parsnip purée. Conclude your dinner with a roasted pumpkin ice cream pie or pecan pie tartlets. Make a res.


The Meatball Shop

Lower East Side // West Village

Price: $25 per person

For the entire WEEK of Thanksgiving, The Meatball Shop will be serving its famous Gobble Gobble ball, made up of ground turkey, sage, bread crumbs and cranberries. They’ll be served atop creamy mashed potatoes with gravy with a side of cranberry sauce and brussels sprouts. Top it off with a pecan shortbread and pumpkin ice cream sandwich. Make a res.

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Mercer Kitchen


Price: $98 per person

Tuna tartare is the only non-traditional item on this classic menu of roasted turkey, sourdough stuffing and mashed potatoes. Make a res.

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Miss Lily’s


Price: $38 per person

This Caribbean-inspired meal is Ja-makin us crazy. Start with pumpkin soup or cod fritters, followed by jerk turkey, roasted yams, jerk sausage stuffing and mac and cheese pie, followed by banana cream pudding or pumpkin pie. Make a res.

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The NoMad


Price: $135 per person

Four courses with family-style sides will be served at the NoMad, including turkey with all the trimmings. All day (and Black Friday), Elephant Bar will be serving leftover turkey sandwiches for $18. Make a res.

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Pearl & Ash


Price: $95 per person

This Bowery favorite is bringing small plates to Thanksgiving. Your 5-course meal will include 4 different interpretations of turkey, including turkey sausage, fired turkey and turkey Wellington. Dessert is a pumpkin, caramel and pecan candy bar. Make a res.



West Village

Price: $75 per person

The original winner of Top Chef, Harold Dieterle’s neighbourhood eatery (and first restaurant!) is serving a seasonal menu on Thanksgiving. Included are spicy duck meatballs, brown butter sweet potato soup, squash agnolotti and the main event: roasted local turkey with chestnut stuffing, sage gravy and cranberry gelee. Butterscotch pudding and pumpkin pie are among dessert offerings. Make a res.


Perry Street

West Village

Price: $98 per person

Featured on this 4-course menu is, of course, a roasted farmhouse turkey with caramelized brussels sprouts and accoutrements. If you’d like to order dishes a la carte, they will also be available. Make a res.

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Prime Meats


Price: $47 per person

Butternut squash soup will get you started for this 3-course meal, which will end with homemade apple or pumpkin pie. But the main course is an unbeatable roasted turkey platter served with pretzel stuffing, sweet potato mash, collard greens and bacon caramelized onion green beans. Make a res.


Pure Food & Wine


Price: $79 per person

It’s totally commendable to be dieting through Thanksgiving, which is why you’ve got to snag a table at Pure Food & Wine for a raw, vegan, organic and gluten-free (Faux)Turkey Day. The only temptations here are good for you, but you may be curious as to what you can eat at such a place. Start off with a salad of marinated golden beets and shaved brussels sprouts, continue with a porcini savory pie baked in a rosemary almond crust and top it all off with a banana dulce de leche pie. Make a res.

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Red Cat


Price: $85 per person

This 3-course menu includes starters like Scottish salmon crudo, burrata with pumpkin and broccoli pesto and crispy fried oyster with celery root. A butter basted turkey with sausage fig stuffing will be served as a main, but other offerings include grilled pork, duck breast and strip steak. Classic sides and seasonal desserts will also be available. Make a res.


Red Rooster


Price: $55 per person

Enjoy comforting starters like butternut squash soup with maple chorizo at Marcus Samuelsson’s Harlem hotspot. The main course is a roast turkey with sausage-cornbread dressing, cranberry chutney and sides like smoked cheddar gratin, collard greens, root vegetable mashed potatoes and roasted carrots. Finish your feast with a chocolate pretzel sweet potato pie with ginger ice cream for dessert. Make a res.




Price: $87 per person

This 5-course meal highlights carrot soup with brown butter and pecan, grilled squash with apple butter, and a choice of three proteins for mains: turkey, striped bass or grass-fed rib roast. All will come with classic fixings like sausage stuffing, brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, cipollini onions, grilled greens and cranberry relish. For dessert, apple honey cake or pumpkin pie. Make a res.

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Root & Bone

East Village

Price: $75 – $110 per person with beverage pairing

Enjoy Virginia country ham with aged white cheddar or angel biscuits with honey roasted turkey jus to start. Choose between a traditional or a vegetarian Thanksgiving plate, plus family-style sides to share. And for dessert, chocolate bourbon pecan pie or pumpkin pie with stout ice cream. Make a res.


Sanctuary T


Price: $55 per person

A 4-course meal at Sanctuary T includes a choice of cauliflower soup with truffled croutons or ricotta crostina with figs and honey for apps, pumpkin ravioli with brown butter and sage or orecchiete with Chinese sausage and broccolini for primi, and for secondi, a very traditional roasted turkey with apple and sausage stuffing. Pumpkin chai semifreddo with poached cranberries will end your tasty feast on a sweet note. Make a res.


Saxon + Parole


Price: $80 per person

Turkey with charred lemon-fennel and crispy brussels sprouts with chili caramel are two standouts in this prix fixe meal. Make a res.




Price: $68 per person

This Michelin-starred resto is offering an Austrian spin on their seasonal Thanksgiving meal. Some standouts are butternut squash soup, poached egg with lobster and porcini, pork belly with celery puree and turkey leg roulade with cranberry and kale. For dessert, pumpkin pie and kaiserschmarren [a traditional Austrian dessert that consists of a fluffy shredded pancake with caramel] will be served. Make a res.


The Smith

Upper East Side // East Village

Price: $55 per person

Comfort foods are what this bistro does well. This 3-course meal includes ricotta gnocchi tossed in truffle cream, roasted turkey breast with apple sage stuffing and braised beef short ribs in wine jus. Save room for cranberry caramel-covered pumpkin bread pudding with spice pecans and a skillet-baked sticky toffee pudding a la mode. Make a res.



Union Square

Price: $95 per person

This 3-course seasonal dinner will feature a creamless squash soup, homemade potato gnocchi, roasted turkey with sweet potato maple mousseline, chestnut sage stuffing, glazed carrots and baby brussels sprouts. For dessert, pecan souffle and a crustless pie trio with pumpkin mousse, cranberry crumble and pecan pie will be offered. And don’t forget to check out the holiday cocktails! Make a res.

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Tavern on the Green

Central Park

Price: $125 per person

The rustic menu at this landmark spot includes complimentary champagne and a traditional Thanksgiving turkey with all the fixings, plus soup, salad and dessert. Make a res.

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White Street


Price: $92 per person

Roasted carrots and mushroom soup are just 2 rustic options from this extensive Thanksgiving meal. Mains include turkey with sausage-cornbread stuffing or braised pork shank with apples. For dessert, pecan pie, donut holes and apple cranberry cobbler with bourbon ice cream. Make a res.