NYC restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner

Let someone else do the cooking for you this Thanksgiving.

Just because you're not eating at home (and cooking a multi-course meal in a tiny kitchen) doesn't mean you can't enjoy a traditional holiday feast. And the best part about going out with your family and friends is that you won't have to do the dishes after dessert.

Here's where to make your reservations before they fill up:


The all-American barbecue joint will celebrate the holiday at its Time Square location, with a feast you don't want to miss. The servings could feed up to eight people, featuring an 18-pound smoked turkey. Served alongside are giblet gravy, mashed potatoes, cornbread, sausage and pecan stuffing, sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows, homemade cranberry sauce, candied brussels sprouts with pecans and applewood smoked bacon, creole green beans, and buttermilk biscuits. ($249.95 for dining and take-out, 152 W. 44th Street,

Cut NY

Cut NY will be combining its speciality steakhouse dishes with traditional Thanksgiving dishes. A three-course meal includes an appetizer ranging from autumn salad to hand-cut tortelloni; a choice of entree including traditional organic heritage turkey, wild Atlantic striped bass, or a prime New York sirloin. A choice of dessert is included, too. ($95 per person, 99 Church St.,

Tiny’s and The Bar Upstairs

Tiny's and The Bar Upstairs will be offering guests a Thanksgiving meal, including a wine pairing for brunch and dinner. Each table will receive a homemade cornbread, then their choice of soup or salad for the first course. Guests will have their choice of a heritage farm slow roasted turkey or a grilled coriander crusted pork tenderloin for entree. Sides include apple cabbage and smoked lardon braised in Finger Lakes Riesling wine and butter crispy brussels sprouts, thyme-sherry vinaigrette, candied pecans and shallots. Dessert options include pumpkin pie, pecan tart or double chocolate cookies and ice cream. Brunch is until 1 p.m., while dinner will be served between and 9 p.m. ($69 per person, $89 per person with wine pairing; 135 W. Broadway;


Hill Country Barbecue Market

The southern barbecue joint will be offering guests a dine-in feast for Thanksgiving, Texas style. The feast will include a pit-smoked turkey with pan gravy, signature beef brisket, pork square ribs, Hill Country smoked sausage and market chicken. Side dishes include Texas Toast stuffing, sweet potato bourbon mash and longhorn cheddar mac and cheese. For dessert, guests will be given the choice of caramel apple streusel, bourbon pecan pie or a classic pumpkin pie slice. Hill Country's Boot Bar will also be featuring classic cocktails and Texas-inspired beverages. Dinner will be offered from noon to 8 p.m., and takeout is also available. ($60 per person, $25 for children under 10; 30 W. 26th St.,

Holy Ground

From 2 to 9 p.m., Holy Ground will be offering guests a three-course dinner menu with choices from smoked pumpkin soup or winter greens for the first course. For the second course, guests will be given smoked turkey with cornbread and stuffing, roasted brussels sprouts, roasted sweet potatoes with rosemary aioli, and cranberry chutney. For dessert, options include apple pie with whipped cream and vanilla ice cream or pumpkin pie with rosemary brittle, whipped cream and burnt sugar ice cream. ($100 per person, 112 Reade St.,

Indian Accent

The Midtown restaurant will be offering an Indian-style menu, as well as a limited menu with vegetarian substitutes. Items on the menu include roast turkey pinwheels, paneer and safe kofta, cumin maple brussels sprouts, pumpkin and cranberry kulcha and more. Indian Accent will be serving dinner from 2 to 8:45 p.m. ($95 per person, $49 per child 12 and under; 123 W. 56th St.,


Some want turkey, some want ... dumplings! The Cantonese restaurant is serving an a la carte menu, which includes peking duck; a steamed dim sum platter;crispy duck salad; a tofu, aubergine and shiitake mushroom claypot; and Hakka noodles. (Prices vary, 311 W. 43rd St.,

Jams at 1 Hotel Central Park

Jams at 1 Hotel Central Park will be serving its guests a brunch with a three-course menu. An in-room picnic style package is available for guests who wish to watch the parade. Dishes include caramelized apple french toast bites, pumpkin pancakes, autumn vegetable hash, Maine crab cake Benedict, roasted turkey and gravy and farm fresh omelets. The parade package includes a basket that serves one to two guests, with an array of food from roasted mushroom, leek and gruyere quiche to wood-fired bagels with smoked salmon. An option to include a bottle of prosecco and carafe of fresh squeezed orange juice is additional. ($80 per person, $80 for two guests in the in-room parade package, $35 for additional guests; 1414 6th Ave;

The Porter House

The Porter House, located in Columbus Circle, will feature a three-course menu from 1:15 p.m. to 8 p.m. The menu includes items such as Maine lobster bisque, roasted natural Lancaster County turkey with bread, apple and sage stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, sweet potato with candied nuts, Dutch apple pie, and more to be announced. ($102 for adults, $42 for children under 10; 10 Columbus Circle;


Located in the Arlo NoMad hotel, the Italian restaurant will offer its guests a Thanksgiving platter. The platter includes brined and butter roasted turkey breast, turkey thigh and stuffing crepenette, mashed potatoes, sweet potato gratin, brussels sprouts and pancetta, house cranberry sauce and mushroom gravy. For dessert, each guest will be served a slice of pumpkin pie. ($42 for the platter, 11 East 31st St.,

10 Corso Como Restaurant & Cafe

Expect a four-course menu of northern Italian cuisine for brunch and dinner, including zuppa di Topinambur (first course), tortelli verdi di zucca (second); tacchino arrosto (third); and crostata di mele e cotogna (fourth). Brunch is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., dinner from 4 to 8 p.m. ($59 per person, 200 Front St.,


Carmine's will be giving customers a taste of an Italian Thanksgiving with its 18-pound roasted turkey. It's served with sausage and sage stuffing, homemade cranberry sauce, Brussels sprouts with caramelized onions and applewood smoked bacon, sautéed string beans and julienned red peppers and toasted hazelnuts, baby carrots and fresh dill, sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows and maple syrup and mashed potatoes with giblet gravy, on the side. And that's not all. Carmine's will also be offering their homemade pies from pumpkin, apple or pecan. The Thanksgiving feast serves between six to eight people; reservations could either be made or ordered to take home. ($274.95 at the Times Square location at 200 W. 44th Street, $264.95 at the Upper West Side location at 2450 Broadway, $259.95 for take-out;


Bubby's will be offering guests a pre-fixed menu that features Pallman Farms turkey with giblet gravy, old-fashioned ham and all of the traditional fixings, including cornbread sausage stuffing, flaky buttermilk biscuits with homemade jam, deviled eggs, roasted seasonal veggies and fresh cranberry sauce. For dessert, Bubby's will be serving its maple pecan, whiskey apple crumble, sour cherry, classic pumpkin and pumpkin with caramel and pecan praline pies. Dinner will be served from noon to 9 p.m. ($75 per person, $50 for children under 10; 120 Hudson St. 73 Gansevoort St.;

The Breslin

The Breslin will offer a four-course meal from Chef April Bloomfield from noon to 9:45 p.m. The courses include candied sweet potato soup, then apple and walnut salad for the second course. For the third course, guests have the option between turkey breast and confit leg and curry braised monkfish stew. For dessert, the choices are pumpkin and apple galette or chocolate brioche bread pudding. ($95 per person, $55 for optional wine pairing, $55 for children; 16 W. 29th St.;

The Cannibal

Known for its large feasts, The Cannibal will be helping out those at home who want to sit back and relax with its dinner package. It includes a quarter-pound of salt and vinegar pork rinds, half a pint of chicken liver mousse with crostini, one dozen pretzel sticks with IPA mustard, and one dozen pigs-in-a-blanket. The main course includes herb-roasted turkey leg pot pie, traditional gravy, cranberry-apple sauce with port, mushroom sourdough stuffing, roasted brussels sprouts with kimchee butter and herbs, buttery mashed potatoes, kale salad with radish, pomegranate, red pepper and cucumber and one dozen buttermilk biscuits -- enough to feed an army. For dessert, the package offers an eight-inch pumpkin pie with gingersnap crust, apple crisp with coconut-oat topping and six dark chocolate bacon brownies. The packages are available for pick-up or delivery. ($525, 113 E. 29th Street,

Root & Bone

Root & Bone will be serving guests some of it's southern comfort food from Chef duo Janine Booth and Jeff McInnis. Items on the menu include fried turkey breast, drunken deviled eggs, grandma Daisy's angel biscuits, cranberry chutney, bourbon chocolate pecan pie, and more. ($75 per person, $45 for kids under 12; 200 East 3rd St.,


If you're looking to try a Mediterranean-inspired three-course Thanksgiving meal, Akrotiri in Astoria has you covered. For starters, guests can choose from choices including roasted butternut bisque, Greek salad, salmon carpaccio salad, amongst other options. Entree options are turkey with whipped buttermilk mashed potatoes and gravy with stuffing, or a roasted pork leg with lemon potatoes. For seafood lovers, there will also be grilled salmon with corn hash and spicy mango chutney. Don't get full yet; dessert options vary from the traditional Greek dessert baklava, to pumpkin pie. ($49 per person, 29-20 30th Ave., Astoria,


A three-course meal will be served at Nerai, offering those who come to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal a Greek twist to its dishes. The menu will include kabocha squash soup, turkey moussaka, and pumpkin cheesecake. In addition, restaurant-goers will also be able to choose dishes from the a la carte menu, which features char-grilled octopus over Santorini fava, baby lamb chops with onion soubise, a dolma and oregano jus. For dessert, baklava with pistachio gelato will also be an option. ($65 per person; 55 E. 54th Street;

Nickel & Diner

The Asian-inspired diner will be serving a four-course meal, starting off with dishes like tiger shrimp ceviche salad, butternut squash ravioli, roasted vegetable umani broth and more. Entrée options include a herb-roasted turkey, truffle mushroom risotto, crispy skin wild salmon and more. For dessert, Nickel & Diner will offer customers its traditional marshmallow pumpkin pie and molten chocolate lava cake, all served a la mode. ($68 per person, 1 Howard St.,


Located in the Arlo Soho Hotel, Harold's seasonal American bistro will offer holiday comfort food in a courtyard transformed into an apple orchid. There will be activities like apple picking, hay bales, corn stalks, as well as a variety of pumpkins for sale. On the menu, however, includes antipasti, followed by roasted turkey, Italian sausage, ham steak, mashed potatoes, stuffing and more. Save room for Harold's traditional pumpkin and pecan pies; apple cobbler and cranberry cheesecake will also be on the menu. ($62 per person, 2 Renwick St.,

Bowery Road

Bowery Road will be serving guests for both lunch and dinner on Thanksgiving with a three-course meal. Guests will be given the choice of roasted organic turkey, pepper-crusted short rib or Atlantic salmon as an entree. For dessert, pastry Chef Summer Bailey will cook a salted caramel apple pie, pecan pie and pumpkin pie. ($65 per person; $20 additionally for full pie, 132 4th Ave., New York, NY,


Morandi will be serving guests an a la carte three-course Thanksgiving menu. Guests will enjoy antipasti, a roasted turkey breast served with bread, chestnut and raisin stuffing, potatoes pure, brussels sprouts with pickled cranberry, braised red cabbage, pancetta-wrapped green beans and gravy. An assortment of desserts will be given. Dinner will be served from noon to 10 p.m. ($70 per person, 211 Waverly Place,

Bagatelle NYC

Bagatelle is giving the option to dine in or pick up for Thanksgiving. Meals are to reserved by Nov. 1 and pick up is on Nov. 21. For those who are looking to bring the whole family out for food that feeds up to eight people, this is your place. The menu includes roasted turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, caramelized brussel sprouts and more. A traditional pumpkin pie is served after dinner. ($375, 1 Little W. 12th Street,

db Bistro Moderne

The contemporary French restaurant will be offering a modern twist on French-American cuisine this Thanksgiving. Dishes include lobster risotto, traditional roast turkey, pear clafoutis and many more. Guests have the option between a three-course or two-course menu. ($75 per person, $35 for children under 12; 55 W. 44th Street;


Cote is offering guests a taste of a Korean Thanksgiving, with a choice of four selected steak cuts from their dry-aging room, grilled tableside with Korean accompaniments. Sides include pomme aligot, roasted vegetables with maple syrup, butternut squash soup and cranberry and gravy sauces for the meat. ($72 per person, 16 W. 22nd St.,

Dirty French at the Ludlow Hotel

Located at the Ludlow Hotel, Dirty French is giving restaurant-goers a taste of a New Orleans Thanksgiving. Chèvre, verte, tartare, or mille-feuille will be the choice of hors d'oeuvres. Roasted turkey breast with braised leg banquette, dirty stuffing, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce and pommes puree will be served as the entree. For dessert, pecan pie or apple tart are the choices. ($98 per person, 108 Ludlow St.,

Polo Bar

Ralph Lauren's first restaurant in New York City will be offering guests an American cuisine inspired by the designer's personal favorites. The menu includes prime filet mignon, dover sole with meyer lemon butter sauce and the Polo Bar burger. An assortment of Thanksgiving specials will be added to the menu as the holiday approaches. (Prices vary; 1 E. 55th Street,

Gemma at the Bowery Hotel

The Gemma will offer guests an Italian-style Thanksgiving at the Bowery Hotel, including a salt baked potato with duck egg, black trumpet mushroom and truffle pecorino fondue to start, and for dinner, a slow roasted Goffle farm turkey with apple chestnut stuffing, mashed sweet potatoes and brown butter, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce and gravy. Save room for dessert; Gemma serves olive oil and dry fruits cake with creme fraiche gelato. ($71 per person, 335 Bowery,

Quality Meats

The American midtown restaurant will be serving Thanksgiving from noon to 9 p.m., offering guests a roasted organic turkey with brioche and biscuit stuffing, sweet potato puree, carrots, turnips and green beans. Signature steaks will also be served from Quality Meats' family butchers. All guests will leave with a DIY Gingerbread Man decorating kit. ($42 per person, 57 W. 58th St.,

Maison Pickle

The Upper West Side restaurant is serving a four-course prix fixe menu that begins with starters for the table: pull-apart bread with butter and deviled eggs. Next comes sweet potato soup with marshmallow foam. For the entrée, there's a traditional plate of roasted turkey breast with the works. Dig in to family-style sides of creamed spinach and mac 'n' cheese, too. Save room for your slice of pumpkin cheesecake. ($85 per person, 2309 Broadway, Manhattan,

Jacob's Pickles

Maison Pickle's sister restaurant welcomes loyal customers for a four-course meal with three entrée options. Opt for the traditional turkey breast plate, veer off the beaten path with glazed ham with sweet potatoes, or go vegetarian with house-made spinach pappardelle pasta in a tomato and white-wine sauce. A roasted pumpkin soup with maple whipped cream (pictured) precedes the main dish, and pumpkin pie in a jar ties everything up nicely. ($75 a person, 509 Amsterdam Ave., Manhattan,

The Grill and The Pool

The two restaurants are joining forces to give those who decide to eat out for Thanksgiving a meal they won't forget. For appetizers, you have the choice of pumpkin soup, endive and apple salad, goose terrine, or buttered dumplings. Roasted turkey with a bourbon gravy flambé is served as the entree, with an optional prime rib (an additional $79). Sides include cranberry sauce, broccoli casserole, smoked leg stuffing, whipped potatoes, sweet potatoes and wild rice. Save room for dessert, with your choice of pecan pie, pumpkin tart or apple stack. ($195 per person, 99 E. 52nd Street,


Scarpetta is offering a Thanksgiving menu that includes butternut squash soup with pumpkin seeds, root vegetables and pickled cranberries, short rib and bone marrow agnolotti with garlic chip and horseradish, roasted turkey with cranberry agro dolce, sweet potato puree and root vegetables, as well as a thin apple tart with cookie crumble, caramel sauce and dulce de leche gelato. ($85 per person, 88 Madison Ave.,

Industry Kitchen

Industry Kitchen, located on the waterfront of South Street Seaport, will be open Thanksgiving, serving a "pizza-fied" Thanksgiving feast. The pie includes pulled roasted turkey, stuffing, mozzarella, shaved pecorino, walnuts and more, piled high on crispy flatbread and drizzled with cranberry sauce. (70 South St.,

Reynard at Wythe Hotel

Reynard at the Wythe Hotel is offerings guests a menu by executive Chef Christina Lecki that includes a choice of wood-kissed turkey, rib of beef, or a coal-roasted honey nut squash for the entree. For dessert, the Reynard is offering either hearth-roasted apple or chocolate pecan pie. Thanksgiving dinner will be served from noon to 8 p.m. ($95 per person; 80 Wythe Ave;


With a beautiful view of the skyline, Hudson's will invite guests to board its yacht this Thanksgiving. Dinner will be served buffet style including roast turkey, sliced shoulder tenderloin and rum raisin glazed smoked ham, along with many other classic Thanksgiving sides. (Prices vary, between 12th Ave and W. 41st St.

Le Coq Rico

The "bistro of beautiful birds" is bringing a limited number of turkeys whose heritage can be traced back 174 years to the Thanksgiving table this year. Le Coq Rico's prix fixe menu also features duck foie gras, Maine sea scallops, sides like pomme puree, mushroom spinach fricassee, roasted brussel sprouts, and cranberry compote ($12 each). Dessert includes apple cranberry crumble, pecan pie, or exotic fruit salad. ($90 per person, 30 E. 20th St., Manhattan,


Kellari is offering a three-course meal beginning at 11:30 a.m., with a wide range of food options. Appetizers include butternut squash and sweet potato soup, veal strips, pan-seared scallops, lobster dome and a salad athinaiki made with a steamed wild fish. You can choose your choice of entree from the organic turkey, filet mignon wellington, pan-seared ray wings, sea salt-crusted lavroki, grilled lamb chops and gnocchi. Save room for dessert; Kellari is offering homemade apple pie, pumpkin pie or baklava served with vanilla gelato. ($80 per person, 19 W. 44th Street,

Green Fig

Green Fig, located on the fourth floor of the Yotel Hotel, will offer travelers and hotel guests a Thanksgiving celebration with a Mediterranean twist. Guests will start with a roasted pumpkin wedge, followed by a carved-to-order turkey breast with gravy along with traditional sides such as stuffing, brussels sprouts and cornbread. (Located at 570 10th Ave.,


The Houseman Restaurant will be offering Thanksgiving dinner with three seating options: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., 3 to 5 p.m., or 6 to 8 p.m. Meals will begin with a selection of snacks, including cucumber with toasted sunflower spice and flake salt, bourbon boiled peanuts, and smoked bluefish and liver mousse with clotted cream and baguette. Salad and starters will feature fall lettuces and herbs sliced with American ham, Macintosh apples, Jasper Hill blue cheese and Kabocha squash. For the main course, Houseman will be serving confitted heritage turkey legs with walnut date sauce, slow-poached turkey breast with gribenes salad, American long grain rice with mushrooms, seeds and collards. For dessert, guests get to choose between apple and parsnip pie or pecan tart. ($85 per person, 501 Greenwich St.,

Old Rose at the Jane Hotel

Those who are looking for a restaurant with a view of the Hudson River may find themselves at the Jane Hotel for an organic Thanksgiving meal. Old Rose will be offering turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, creamed kale with crispy shallots, and cornbread with lemon honey-butter. For dessert, pumpkin pie is on the menu. ($65 per person, 113 Jane St.,


Located in the heart of Union Square, Irvington will feature holiday favorites with a twist, including acorn squash lasagnette, rotisserie turkey, and pumpkin cheesecake mousse, and much more. (Prices vary, 201 Park Ave. South,


From 1 to 8 p.m., Ousia will be offering guests a three-course menu including soup or salads, gnocchi, turkey roulade and chestnut & chocolate mosaiko for dessert. ($55 per person and $35 for children under 12; 629 W. 57th St.;

The Eddy

The Hungarian-influenced restaurant will be offering guests a wide variety of choices to choose from this Thanksgiving. Some of the items on the menu include German pumpkin soup, charred yam, kale polenta, roasted turkey, and maple torte. ($95 per person, $50 to add wine pairing; 342 East 6th St.,

Ben & Jack's Steakhouse

Ben & Jack's Steakhouse is offering meat lovers its USDA Prime, dry-aged personal porterhouse as part of the menu course options for an extra $15. Traditional Thanksgiving turkey, roasted pumpkin soup, pecan and pumpkin pie will also be on the menu. ($69.95 per person; 219 E 44th St.;

Bar Boulud

Bar Boulud will be offering guests a three-course meal with their choice of appetizer, main course and dessert. A wide variety of dishes will be offered such as peekytoe crab coupe, traditional Thanksgiving turkey with the fixings, and pumpkin tarte. ($75 per person, $35 for children under 12; 1900 Broadway;


Hearth will serve a three-course Thanksgiving meal, with optional wine pairing, from 2 to 8:30 p.m. Guests can enjoy fall flavors like autumn squash soup with citrus yogurt and spices and pear and pecorino salad with chicories, red onion and walnuts. A poached turkey, mushroom leek stuffing, mashed potatoes and roasted autumn vegetables with an optional vegetarian pasta and fish entree will be served. For dessert, Hearth will offer a choice between apple crumble with oat streusel or pumpkin mousse with cranberry compote and spiced peans. ($98 per person, 403 E. 12 St (

The Ribbon Uptown

The Ribbon Uptown will be offering guests a wide range of items, including roasted butternut squash with quinoa, seared arctic char with cauliflower puree, rotisserie turkey, apple doughnuts with bourbon caramel, plus more. (Prices vary, 20 W. 72nd St.,

Burke and Wills

Burke and Wills on the Upper West Side is offering a three-course prix-fixe meal starring entrees such as roasted turkey with foie gras stuffing and the Australian bistro's signature leg of lamb (pictured). Appetizers on the menu include braised mushroom with poached egg and black truffle and pumpkin soup. The two options for dessert are a slice of New York cheesecake covered in a pumpkin glaze or a pumpkin tart with a bourbon glaze. For $30 extra, pair your courses with wine. ($65 per person, 226 W. 79th St., Manhattan,


Diners at this Michelin-starred restaurant near Times Square can go the turkey (pictured) and pumpkin pie route, or branch out into cheese agnolotti with pistachios and beets as a starter, poached lobster with fennel, coconut milk and green curry bisque as a main course and a chocolate-peanut tart for dessert. ($85 per adult, $55 per child 135 W. 42nd St., Manhattan,