Indulge in a luxe Thanksgiving dinner without lifting a finger at these local restaurants.
Bank & Bourbon’s Thanksgiving feast features an optional wine pairing with sips like a Chateau Loupiac- Gaudiet Sauternes.
Bank & Bourbon
Craving something other than turkey on Turkey Day? Bank & Bourbon’s Thanksgiving menu pleases every palette—think herb-roasted prime rib and whole-roasted Sixty-South salmon. Complimenting these mouthwatering mains are every fall classic, from delicate squash salad to candied yams, brioche-sage stuffing, and, of course, maple bourbon pie. From 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., 1200 Market St., bankandbourbon.com
Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse
Yukon gold creamy potatoes, orange glazed carrots and more await at Davio’s Thanksgiving dinner. Savor all the flavors of fall at the King of Prussia eatery, starting with oven-roasted Vermont free-range organic turkey with butternut squash, herb stuffing, cranberry apple chutney and green beans—of course, topped with a homemade gravy. Round out the evening with pumpkin pie, drizzled with spice caramel and chantilly cream. From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., 200 Main St., King of Prussia, davios.com
Coming home to a clean kitchen on Thanksgiving is not just a dream. Spare your stove and sanity by taking the family to Dolce Italian. All the classics will grace their holiday table, from stuffed turkey breast with broccoli rabe and roasted peppers to chestnut stuffing and whipped potatoes. Add a few Italian favorites to your plate as well, like ricotta cavatelli and antipasti. Just be sure you don’t overlook their dessert station, piled high with assorted Italian cookies, tiramisu, cheesecake, cannolis and apple tarts. 12:00pm - 7:00pm, 1437 Chestnut St., dolceitalianrestaurant.com
Lacroix at The Rittenhouse
There’s only one thing that can make a Thanksgiving meal better—brunch. This year, Lacroix at The Rittenhouse is serving all the fixings in a decadent brunch by executive chef Eric Leveillee. Indulge in breakfast favorites and holiday classics served buffet-style, small plates, specialty plated entrees and more. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., 210 W. Rittenhouse Square, rittenhousehotel.com
Le Cavalier’s roasted turkey with herbes de Provence and gravy
Elevate your family feast with dinner at a 1913 Italian Renaissance hotel, Hotel Du Pont. The stay’s on-site French restaurant is taking its holiday menu to the next level with delectable takes on classic favorites. Start with the foie gras tartine, featuring butternut squash marmalade and pomegranate, before slicing into citrus-glazed ham with a pineapple-rum gastrique and brioche stuffing. Just be sure to save room for sweet potato pie and French apple cider cake. From 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., 42 W. 11th St., Wilmington, Del., lecavalierde.com
The Prime Rib
Looking for a prime dining experience this Thanksgiving? Book a table at The Prime Rib. Last year, their decadent offerings included seasonal soups, salads and a slow-roasted turkey dinner. The chef served the locally raised turkey with traditional herb stuffing and maple glazed sweet potatoes with a side of turkey gravy—we can’t wait to see what this year’s menu has in store. From 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., 900 Packer Ave., philadelphia.livecasinohotel.com
Dine on Thanksgiving favorites in Red Owl Tavern’s contemporary-style space in Old City.
Red Owl Tavern
Embrace an adventurous palette this Nov. 23 with Red Owl Tavern’s creative buffet offerings. While a classic organic turkey with herb butter, sage and wild onion gravy will always delight, guests can also indulge in smoked wagyu brisket and brown sugar and mustard-glazed ham. Finish off your plate with mac and cheese, buttermilk and chive biscuits, heirloom carrots and pumpkin bread pudding. At 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., 433 Chestnut St., redowltavern.com
Steakhouses always have the best sides, so it’s no surprise that Urban Farmer’s Thanksgiving menu has an unbeatable lineup of creative side dishes. Treat your palate to cornbread turkey stuffing with sage and tart cherry and roasted winter squash with whipped ricotta, maple gastrique and nigella seeds. Complementing these bites are cider brined Pennsylvania roasted turkey, 1855 Farms prime rib, vegan bolognese and more. Starting at 3 p.m., 1850 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, urbanfarmersteakhouse.com
The Wayward’s daily menu features American classics with a French bistro twist, and the Thanksgiving lineup is no exception. Begin with the roasted golden beet salad, packed with toasted pistachio, crumbled goat cheese, petite herb salade and honey tarragon citronette. For the main event, an apple cider brined turkey breast delights with roasted root vegetables, bacon croissant stuffing, crispy brussel sprouts and giblet gravy. Finish the holiday on a sweet note with basque cheesecake. From 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., 1170 Ludlow St., thewayward.com
Satisfy your every craving this Thanksgiving at XIX Nineteen. An extensive curated menu of classics and rich favorites will satisfy any foodie, with dishes ranging from mini lobster rolls to shareable charcuterie boards, roasted turkey complimented by pecan stuffing and buttermilk potato velvet, butternut ravioli, baked mac and cheese and more. Initiate the final food coma stages with their rich lineup of desserts like bourbon pecan pie, cranberry pear puffs and cookie jars. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., 200 S. Broad St., 19th Floor, nineteenrestaurant.com
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