Where to eat for Thanksgiving in New York City ?

Thanksgiving in New York City

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.

Petit Poulet

It’s one of my favorite restaurants in New York. It is located at the Martinique on Broadway Hotel, Curio Collection. It has the air of a Parisian bistro with an intimate and pleasant atmosphere.
Thanksgiving’s special menu: turkey, cranberry chutney, sweet potato, green beans, pumpkin pie. It is delicious and reasonably priced.
I tried it a few years ago, here’s my review.
Website: www.petitpouletny.com

Thanksgiving in New York City

The Sea Grill

It’s a restaurant that specializes in seafood. It has an incredible view the Rockefeller Center ice rink.
They have a three-course menu for $99 and $39 for children. You can order lobster, salmon and turkey. They have a large selection of vegetables and desserts.
Website: www.patinagroup.com/the-sea-grill/menu

Thanksgiving in New York City

Philip Marie

It’s a good restaurant to celebrate Thanksgiving. The food is of good quality and at a good price. The menu has a fixed price for adults and children ($59,95 and half price for children under 12). You can choose between 3 traditional dishes; drinks are not included.
Website: www.philipmarie.com/thanksgiving-2019/

Thanksgiving in New York City

Sarabeth’s

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 ($65 and $35 for children under 12 years of age). They cook with quality ingredients; you won’t be disappointed.
Website: www.sarabethsrestaurants.com

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 $65.
Website: www.havenrooftop.com/menus/thanksgiving-menu

Le Coq Rico

Specialized in poultry, they are supplied by a local producer where the chickens are raised outdoors and with natural food. The meat is excellent.
The 3 course menu costs $95.
If you want, you can order your turkey online, go pick it up and eat it in your apartment.
Website: www.lecoqriconyc.com

Where are the restaurants I recommend for Thanksgiving in New York City ?

Conclusion

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!

Memo

My fist trip to New York was in 2007 when I was working for an airline company. I was born in the US, I lived in Mexico, in Europe in between Belgium, Spain and France… Well, let’s say I know about travelling! I bring my experience of NYC to the blog, to provide the best travel tips you could imagine!

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