Thanksgiving is a family event in the United States. Dinner is shared with family and close friends. It’s a bit complicated to invite yourself to a New Yorkers’ dinner… However, many restaurants offer a traditional Thanksgiving menu.
In this article, I give you a list of restaurants where you can celebrate Thanksgiving in New York City.
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse
This restaurant is a New York classic, located about two blocks from Rockefeller Center. Its Thanksgiving menu features three typical dishes of the season.
– Website: www.delfriscos.com/event/thanksgiving/
As I mentioned in another article, this restaurant specializes in brunch. Now it doesn’t stop you from going to Thanksgiving because it offers a special menu for this night ($75 and $35 for children under 12 years of age). They cook with quality ingredients; you won’t be disappointed.
– Website: www.sarabethsrestaurants.com
Bubby’s is a restaurant famous for its homemade pies, especially its whiskey and apple crumble. The restaurant is open from noon to 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, by reservation or take-out only. The menu is $1000 for adults and $70 for children under 10.
– Website: www.bubbys.com/menus/#thanksgiving-menu
The Haven Rooftop
Spending the night on a rooftop is an excellent idea! You’ll feel like you’re in a Swiss cabin on the mountain. Not to mention the incredible view over New York. What more can you ask for? The menu is $79.
– Website: www.havenrooftop.com/menus/thanksgiving-menu
Blend on the Water
This is one of my favorite restaurants in Queens. The food is excellent and it offers an incredible view of Manhattan. Unfortunately, its Thanksgiving menu is not yet available, but they confirmed to me over the phone that they will have one. Can’t wait for it!
– Website: www.blendonthewater.com
Where are the restaurants I recommend for Thanksgiving in New York City ?
It doesn’t matter if you don’t have family or friends in New York, you can celebrate Thanksgiving in one of these restaurants. I highly recommend booking in advance to make sure you get a table. If the places I recommend here are no longer available, you can look for others on the Open Table website.
Happy Thanksgiving in New York City or anywhere else!