Best Thanksgiving Eve Nightspots



There’s no slot for it in the greeting card section at the stationery store, but it’s one of the biggest partying nights of the year—Wednesday, Thanksgiving Eve. It’s the year’s busiest night for pub owners, not only because it’s the beginning of a four-day holiday weekend when many offices close early, but ex-pats are back in town too. Check out the list below for the favorite Turkey Day Eve spot in your neighborhood. It’s where you’ll likely find all the preppies and jocks and stoners and greasers with which you endured high school.

[Ardsley] Bubba’s Grill & Tavern 468 Ashford Ave (914) 693-9707

[Bronxville] J.C. Fogarty’s 60 Kraft Ave (914) 337-1122

[Cortlandt Manor/Peekskill] Fulgum’s Restaurant & Bar 2151 Albany Post Rd, Montrose (914) 737-0172

[Dobbs Ferry/Hastings] Doubleday’s Restaurant & Sports Grille 83 Main St, Dobbs Ferry (914) 693-9793

[Eastchester] Mickey Spillane’s 431 White Plains Rd (914) 395-3838

[Katonah/South Salem] Katonah Grill 128 Bedford Rd, Katonah (914) 232-0946

[Mamaroneck] Molly Spillane’s 211 Mamaroneck Ave (914) 899-3130

[Mount Kisco/Bedford] O’Connor’s Public House 222A E Main St, Mount Kisco (914) 241-0777

[Mount Vernon] Lincoln Lounge 209 Stevens Ave (914) 664-9747

[New Rochelle] Spectator’s Sports Club 219 North Ave (914) 636-9522

[Pleasantville] Michael’s Tavern 150 Bedford Rd (914) 769-9849

[Rye] Kelly’s Sea Level 413 Midland Ave (914) 967-0868

[Sleepy Hollow/Tarrytown] J.P. Doyle’s 48 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow (914) 631-3015

[Valhalla] Valhalla Crossing 2 Cleveland St (914) 682-4076

[White Plains] Dunne’s Pub 15 Shapham Pl (914) 421-1451

[Yonkers] Rory Dolan’s Restaurant 890 Mclean Ave, (914) 776-2946

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