Thanksgiving plans? — Either way, we’ve got you covered! Find out where you can eat next Thursday, plus every deal and steal out there! Here’s your ultimate Thanksgiving food guide!
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and whether you have plans or not, we’re helping you eat your way through Turkey day! If you’re tired of cooking, there are many restaurants who are opening their doors on Thanksgiving; some of which have epic deals and steals so you can get more bang for your buck! Be sure to check with your local restaurants to inquire if they are participating in the deals/openings.
What restaurants are open? — Applebees, Black Angus Steakhouse, Bob Evans, Boston Market, Cracker Barrel, Denny’s, Golden Corral, IHOP, Legal Sea Foods, Luby’s, Maggiano’s Little Italy, Marie Callender’s Restaurant and Bakery, McCormick & Schmick’s, Popeye’s, Romano’s Macaroni Grill, Rudy Tuesday, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Sizzler, Smith & Wollensky, TGI Friday’s, The Capital Grille, Waffle House.
Every deal the above restaurants are offering:
- Black Angus Steak House: Adults can get a full meal for $19.99, while kids eat for $9.99. Check for reservation requirements.
- Bob Evans: The “Farmhouse Feast” special will be available for purchase in three different varieties. In just two hours, it will be ready to serve.
- Boston Market: You can preorder and pickup ready-to-serve entrees and sides, order a pre-cooked meal delivered to your home, or you can have them cater a full feast for groups of ten or more.
- Cracker Barrel: Serving a special Thanksgiving menu, starting at at $8.99 for adults and $4.69 for kids.
- Golden Corral: Thanksgiving Day Buffet for $12.99.
- Legal Sea Foods: Full, traditional meals cost $24.95 per person for adults, and $8.95 for kids under 12.
- Luby’s: Thanksgiving meals cost $11.49.
- Maggiano’s: Serving a three course Thanksgiving meal. $36.95 for adults, $17.95 for kids.
- Marie Callender’s: Serving an a la carte Thanksgiving menu, as well as various full dinner menus from $99 to $149.
- McCormick & Schmick’s: Turkey dinner menu at $22.95 per person.
- Popeye’s: Offering “Cajun Turkey” [9-11 pounds] for $39.95.
- Romano’s Macaroni Grill: Three-course meal of traditional Thanksgiving food, with a choice of soup or salad, turkey breast, four kinds of sides, and pumpkin pie for $24.99.
- Ruth’s Chris: Serving a $39.95, three-course Thanksgiving dinner for adults and $12.95 special for kids, as well takeout meal options.
- Smith & Wollensky: $55 per adult and $25 for kids under twelve.
- TGI Friday’s: Hosting football watching parties, featuring game-day menus and half-priced appetizers at the bar.
- The Capital Grille: Offering three-course meal at $65, kids eat for $25, and the restaurant’s full a la carte menu will be available.
Customers are also able to purchase full Thanksgiving dinners for takeout [if you’re not into cooking] at the following establishments — Bob Evans, Cracker Barrel, Boston Market, Whole Foods, Buca Di Beppo, Trader Joe’s, Marie Callender’s, Chef’d + Wolfgang Puck.
The following stores have Thanksgiving deals: For more deals click here.
- Walmart: 18-ounce jar of Heinz homestyle roasted turkey gravy for $2.32; 40-ounce can of cut yams for $3.06; six-ounce box of Kraft cornbread stuffing mix for $1.53;
- Target: Coupons are available for 20% discounts on Thanksgiving vegetables such as, Del Monte fresh cut green beans, whole kernel corn and diced potatoes.
- Aldi: Thanksgiving sides, such as, cut green beans and mixed vegetables are 79 cents for 12 ounces, which have been marked down from 89 cents.
Local restaurants open in NYC:
At Boulton & Watt (5 Avenue A), doors open at noon and chef’s daily special will be a traditional Thanksgiving plate with turkey, cranberry, stuffing, and all your favorite fixins for just $20! At the same price per plate, family style is available for parties of four or more. In lieu of traditional pie, be thankful that you can finish the feast with one of their signature Cast Iron Chocolate Chip Cookies. Reservations can be made by calling (646)490-6004.
Park Avenue Tavern (99 Park Avenue) is offering a three-course feast for just $49 ($22 for children 12 and under). Guests can select one of two starters to pair with their Apple Cider-Brined Slow-Roasted Turkey Breast with fennel sausage and herb stuffing, gravy, maple cranberry relish, yukon gold potato purée, and crispy brussels sprouts. For dessert, choose wisely between a Chocolate Cremeux and a Pumpkin Croissant Bread Pudding. Reservations available by calling (212)867-4484. The menu is available online.
Trademark Taste + Grind (38 West 36th Street) is located just off the Thanksgiving Parade route and will be serving three courses of traditional Thanksgiving fare. Presented with a cornucopia of options, guests can choose from four first courses, three second courses, and two desserts. Stick with the traditional route of Shaved Brussels Sprouts Toast and Herb-Brined Roasted Turkey Breast or enjoy a deliciously unconventional Thanksgiving feast of Octopus Carpaccio and Sweet Potato Gnocchi. Dinner is $49 for adults and $22 for children 12 and under. Reservations can be made by calling (646)858-2320. The menu is available online.
Parker & Quinn (64 West 39th Street) will be serving a three-course Thanksgiving dinner for $49 ($22 for children). The traditional feast includes a choice of Roasted Butternut Squash Soup, Orange-Glazed Baby Carrots, or a Market Salad to start. Indulge in Apple Cider-Brined Roasted Turkey Breast before choosing between a Pumpkin Pie Tart or Gala Apple Strudel. Reservations can be made by calling (212)729-0277. The menu is available online.
Villanelle, a new veggie-forward restaurant in the heart of Greenwich Village led by executive Chef Nick Licata of Gotham and Degustation, and the team will be offering a traditional three-course, pre-fixe menu for $95 that has something for every kind of diner and diet (i.e. vegetarians, gluten free, etc.).
HollywoodLifers, which deals caught your eye?