Westchester's 2016 Thanksgiving Dining Guide
Eat what you want, where you want this Turkey Day
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Alvin & Friends
Chef Raymond Jackson has a Southern-style Thanksgiving buffet planned for his New Rochelle eatery, boasting deep-fried turkey and jerk turkey, along with fried chicken, roast pig and roast beef. They are accepting reservations between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., charging $47.50 for adults and $25 for children under 12. Look forward to Caribbean twists on your favorite Thanksgiving classics like sweet yams, three bean salad, smoked greens, and an assortment of dessert.
14 Memorial Highway
This classy White Plains steakhouse has been serving up USDA prime dry-aged beef to Westchester residents since 2010. For Thanksgiving, the restaurant will be serving a three-course prix-fixe menu at $58.95 per person, $29.95 per child. Diners can expect dishes such as an autumn salad with goat cheese and walnuts, a traditional Thanksgiving turkey with roasted yams and turkey stuffing, as well as warm pumpkin pie served with vanilla ice cream.
610 W Hartsdale Rd
Thyme's butternut squash soup
Photo Courtesy of Thyme
If you’re looking to enjoy brunch on your Turkey Day, New American restaurant Thyme will cater to those needs. Both brunch and dinner meals will feature a three-course prix-fixe menu for $23.95 (brunch) and $42.95 (dinner). At brunch, diners can enjoy dishes off of Executive Chef Tom Costello’s predominantly gluten-free menu, like eggs Benedict, crab cakes, and flourless chocolate cake. For dinner, wild mushroom ravioli, roast turkey breast, and apple pie a la mode can be enjoyed. Reduced pricing is offered for children 10 and under.
3605 Crompond Rd
The Inn at Pound Ridge
For $88 per person, guests can dine on seasonal, farm-to-table Thanksgiving favorites at this historic 1833 residence-turned-restaurant. Look for menu items like roasted organic turkey, prosciutto wrapped Berkshire pork chop, and apple pie with cinnamon ice cream, all utilizing ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley and New England.
258 Westchester Ave
If The Inn's apple pie comes to your table looking this good, it just might be worth missing out on your grandma's stuffing.
Photo Courtesy of The Inn at Pound Ridge
A tad pricier, this Tarrytown restaurant offers unique Auberge-style cuisine for a twist on the traditional Thanksgiving meal. Diners can enjoy the four-course menu for $95 per person, plus a wine-pairing menu for $135 (plus tax and tip). Featured dishes include poached salmon, roasted heritage turkey roulade with sausage stuffing, and salted caramel and dark chocolate pie. Children can enjoy simple menu items like house-made pasta with marinara sauce and pumpkin cheesecake.
400 Benedict Ave
From 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Moderne Barn will be offering a three-course prix fixe menu for $56 per person (children 12 and under are half price). While a traditional roasted turkey is offered, other drool-inducing dishes include black truffle lobster risotto and house-made ricotta gnocchi.
430 Bedford Rd
Reservations are being accepted at City Limits White Plains for a special Thanksgiving Day sit-down meal. Among the appetizers to choose from are wild mushroom risotto, turkey meatball pizza, and sesame crusted tuna ($8-$15). For the main course, there are six options including slow-roasted turkey with cornbread stuffing and sweet potatoes, beef Wellington, crab and ginger crusted salmon, and grilled lamb kebab. Plus, you can get any bottle of wine half off with any entrée.
200 Central Ave
MP Taverna's lamb chops and smashed fires
Photo Courtesy of Mp Taverna
The Irvington Greek eatery will be open on Thanksgiving Day from 12 pm to 7 pm. Chef Michael Psilakis’s modern interpretation of a traditional Greek is presented with a Turkey Day twist on their $39.95 three-course pre fixe or a la carte menu, with appetizers like GRandma's meatballs with lemon, tzatziki, and grilled pita, or a butternut squash soup. For an entree you can choose from a roasted turkey with sausage and bread stuffing, lamb chops, or grilled branzino. Greek yogurt and walnut cake grace the dessert menu.
1 Bridge St