Your Ultimate Guide to Eating Out This Thanksgiving
16 places you can eat turkey on November 23 — without having to cook it yourself.
11 Kittle Rd, Chappaqua; 914.666.8044
Between the charm of the stately mansion, Chef Jay Lippin’s impeccable local sourcing, and the superb desserts, Kittle House has everything you could want for a Thanksgiving meal. Priced at $75 per person, the menu showcases the bounty of the region with dishes like Hudson Valley pumpkin gnocchi, John Fazio Farms free-range turkey, and Crown Maple pumpkin brûlée pie.
28 Bear Mountain Bridge Rd, Cortlandt Manor; 914.737.6500
Served in a restored 18th century estate overlooking the Hudson River, Chef Eric Korn’s Thanksgiving menu skews traditional with roasted turkey and spiral ham, wild-mushroom stuffing, roasted vegetables, whipped sweet potatoes, gravy, and cranberry sauce ($70 per adult, $30 per child).
1 Bridge St, Irvington; 914.231.7854
Offered both as a $39.95 three-course prix-fixe and à la carte, the Thanksgiving menu at MP Taverna includes a classic roast turkey plate with sour cherries and all the fixings, plus Greek staples like lamb chops.
3605 Crompond Rd, Yorktown Heights; 914.788.8700
While the turkey with stuffing is not, the vast majority of the dishes on the menu are gluten-free, including braised short ribs with polenta and melted onions; stuffed pork chop with pears, cranberries, and bourbon-maple glaze; and desserts like chocolate mousse (priced at $49.95).
14 Memorial Hwy, New Rochelle; 914.654.6549
Reservations are required for this Southern-style Thanksgiving buffet with a Caribbean twist. Open from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., the $49.50 ($25 for kids) meal includes fried and jerk-seasoned turkeys, glazed ham, yams, slow-cooked greens, and mac ’n’ cheese, plus a selection of down-home desserts.
1 River St, Hastings-on-Hudson; 914.478.2800
Right on the Hudson River, Harvest-on-Hudson’s four-course Thanksgiving dinner ($64 per adult, $28 per child) is a perennial favorite. Choose from first courses like butternut squash bisque or Blue Point oysters. (Didn’t you know? Pilgrims likely ate oysters at the first Thanksgiving.) Then follow with classic roast turkey or prime rib and all the fixings. An à la carte menu is also offered.
179 Rectory St, Port Chester; 914.933.0200
Margaritas and mojitos are offered à la carte with the Latin-infused Thanksgiving meal at Sonora. Dishes to try from the $39 menu include turkey roasted with white Rioja, saffron mashed potatoes, and brioche stuffing with sweet plantains. For dessert, it’s all about the pumpkin churros.
13 King St, Chappaqua; 914.238.3858
Snag a reservation starting at 2 p.m. for Chef Matthew Cook’s $65 prix-fixe, which includes a bottle of house wine (kids are priced at $35). On the menu: Fall Chowder with roasted local corn and bacon, stuffing fritters, sous vide turkey breast, fire-roasted yams with maple and pepitas, and caramel-pecan cheesecake.
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2 Dingle Rd, North Salem; 914.669.0121
If you think sides are the stars of the Thanksgiving table, then One Twenty One is probably the place for you. Priced at $55 ($25 for kids), the three-course family-style meal includes slow-baked sweet potatoes with maple and pecans, roasted root vegetables, creamed spinach, citrus-glazed carrots, and caramelized Brussels sprouts with bacon and brown sugar — plus classic turkey stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and gravy.
71 Water Grant St, Yonkers; 914.965.1111
Spectacular views of the Hudson River, Mario Cuomo Bridge, and Manhattan come free of charge with the $70 three-course dinner at X2O. The menu runs the gamut from Peter Kelly classics like jumbo coconut shrimp and green onion risotto to traditional turkey with apple-chestnut stuffing. Desserts include a pumpkin-praline tart, Belgian chocolate dome, and individual Hudson Valley apple pies.
127 W Main St, Tarrytown; 914.631.3100
On the menu: Hemlock Hill Farm turkey with giblet gravy, sage and sausage stuffing, roasted sweet potatoes, and cranberry relish ($38 per person). Inviting that cousin who hates Thanksgiving food? RiverMarket will also offer its entire regular menu.
386 Main St, Armonk; 914.273.8686
The $65 menu ($28 for kids) features sophisticated family-style fare like slow-cooked turkey breast, confit turkey legs with potato pie, and sweet potato parfait. A to-go menu will also be offered (call for details).
258 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge; 914.764.1400
Manhattan Chef Jean-Georges Vongreichten’s show-stopping Pound Ridge restaurant will offer a $108 three-course menu. Look for dishes like tuna tartare with soy-ginger sauce, fontina pizza with shaved truffles, grilled sirloin with soy-caramel emulsion, and, of course, an organic turkey with cranberry-orange compote.
400 Benedict Ave, Tarrytown; 914.631.1980
This high-end restaurant at the Castle Hotel & Spa will offer a $95 tasting menu blending contemporary (Asian pair salad with dried cranberries, salted caramel and dark chocolate torte) and classic (turkey with all the fixings, filet mignon Bordelaise) cuisine. Wine pairings are available for an additional $40. Bonus: Kids under five eat for free.
430 Bedford Rd, Armonk; 914.730.0001
The three-course prix-fixe ($65 per adult, $32.50 per child) features all-American classics like lobster bisque (yep, the Pilgrims ate lobster too), turkey with herbed cornbread stuffing, and apple pie with ginger ice cream and caramel sauce.
1 Livingstone Ave, Dobbs Ferry; 914.348.7003
On Thursday November 23, head to City Perch Kitchen + Bar at the iPic Westchester for a decadent Thanksgiving buffet, featuring delicious dishes, like an acorn squash bisque or autumnal salad for starters, as well as herb roasted turkey, chestnut stuffing, and sweet potato shephard's pie. The buffet costs $58 for adults, $48 for iPic members, and $20 for children ages 12 and under. Reservations are required.