Thanksgiving means gathering with friends and family again this year. Perhaps your family is hosting a large gathering at your home. Or maybe you like hanging out with a small group of friends.
New York restaurants offer many deals for those looking to dine out this Thanksgiving.
You might not think of a Korean steakhouse on Thanksgiving, but Simon Kim’s party will make you reconsider. Including turkey in the form of mandoo (dumplings), the prix fixe menu is purely Cote, combining four cuts of steak (hanger, 45 day old rib eye, flat iron and galbi) with a variety of Korean side dishes.
For dessert, don’t bother. You eat cake and ice cream like you should on Thanksgiving. Party cocktails are also available. Reservation is required.
If you want to dine at home, Cote offers meal packages for six with your choice of braised ribs and sides or more Korean dishes featuring Niman Galbi jjim, chef David Shim’s USDA prime rib cooked overnight with sweet soy sauce and shiitake mushrooms. , daikon, carrots, gingko nuts and chestnuts.
Local pickup and delivery is available the day before Thanksgiving at this Flatiron star.
The Standard Grill invites you to dine indoors or al fresco for an authentic American Thanksgiving dinner, accompanied by the restaurant’s seasonal specials. You’ll love the traditional roast turkey with gravy, fall greens, and cranberry sauce.
For carnivores, there are seasonal choices like the Maine Lobster Salad with celery and crab apple remoulade or seared salmon with creamy morels and pickled vinaigrette. Dessert sticks for your holiday favorite pumpkin pecan pie.
Reservations are required and the outdoor area is heated. You can finish your dinner by walking along the adjacent High Line.
If you’ve decided to stay home, why not invite family over for an extra Thanksgiving? Cedric and Ochi Vogerichten’s Wayan offers family-style takeout and Indonesian-inspired classics. Turkey is featured, prepared roast Indonesian style.
Side dishes include brussel sprouts on a morning-lit terrace, stuffed with perkedel, mashed potatoes (yes, they’re real!), roasted squash, spiced cranberry sauce, and long pepper sauce. The feast is served from eight to six. Cocktails and whole pies for dessert can also be ordered.
Not surprisingly, The Polo Bar by Ralph Lauren stays true to Thanksgiving traditions. This is Ralph Lauren, after all, the epitome of Americana in both clothes and food. The restaurant prepares Polo Bar-style classics such as Green Circle Farms free-range turkey, Calvados sauce, maple sherry-glazed brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, chestnut stuffing, maple butter poppers, pumpkin or Charleston Bourbon pecans. Cake.
Side dishes can be added to a family meal with wine or cocktails. Add the Polo Bar twist with menu favorites like Shrimp Cocktail, Ralph’s Corned Beef Appetizer, Coleslaw and Beetroot Salad, Pork in a Blanket, Honey Nut Pumpkin Soup, Pumpkin Cheesecake, Classic Cheesecake, Brownie Chocolate Cake old-fashioned five-layer and coconut cake. You can order groups of 6 or 12 people.
ELF MADISON PARK
Eleven Madison Park’s Michelin-starred “To Go” spread is surrounded by free-range organic turkey that will make you feel like a culinary superstar. Cooking instructions from Chef Daniel Humm are included.
Side dishes are ready-made so you don’t have to make it all yourself, and you get a selection of EMP hits plus vegetarian dishes, traditional side dishes, brioche and cake for dessert.
If you’re feeling particularly spicy and festive, you can add caviar and truffles to your order. Cocktails and wines complete the indulgence. You can order a party of four to six or eight to ten.
Pickup is on the Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving. And here’s a fun Thanksgiving perk: For every meal kit purchased, EMP will donate ten meals to New Yorkers in need in partnership with Rethink Food.
James from Prospect Heights has created a beautiful Christmas box of farm grown treats for delivery or pick up. Founder Deborah James is all about family and neighborhood, and her party encourages good vibes with a menu that includes celeriac root soup, roasted Brussels sprouts with honey and chili, whipped Yukon potatoes, bitter greens, roasted beets, heirloom fries, and sausage stuffing. , chestnuts and crispy sage.
Starring is a young Sullivan Country turkey seasoned with handcrafted salt and butter. Desserts include spiced pumpkin pie, chocolate pie, and roasted apple shortbread. Pick up can be scheduled for Wednesday or Thanksgiving afternoon.
Brasserie Le Crocodile in Williamsburg takes advantage of the location of the Wythe Hotel and offers Thanksgiving dinner indoors in the heated outdoor garden or in the new private dining space, Le Crocodile Upstairs, in converted hotel rooms. The set menu starts with winter squash soup with black truffles and Waldorf salad.
The classic Thanksgiving feast continues family style, with traditional turkey cut-to-order, cranberry sauce, sourdough filling, mashed potatoes, carrots with honey and maple glaze, and a green bean casserole. Ice cream, pear frangipane pie and pumpkin pie with brandy cream are available for dessert.