With Thanksgiving just around the corner, people are starting to make there holiday plans. Looking for a different way to celebrate the holiday? We’ve got a list of the best places to dine in the area:
Best Place for City Dwellers:
The Queen Anne restaurant will be hosting its annual Thanksgiving buffet featuring chef’s carving station, an array of homemade bread and plenty of harvest side dishes to please any appetite (view the extended list here).
$45 per person ($17 for children ages 7-14; children 6 and under are free)
Best Place for a Hotel Dinner:
Inside downtown Seattle’s Four Season’s hotel, Art Restaurant is the perfect spot for a downtown meal this holiday. The restaurant’s 4-course prix fixe Thanksgiving menu offers diners a mix of traditional fare, seafood and locally sourced ingredients.
$75 per person ($35 for children ages 6-12)
Best Place for a Waterfront View:
bin on the lake
Located at Kirkland’s Woodmark Hotel on Lake Washignton, bin on the lake is the perfect spot for waterfront Thanksgiving dining. Executive chef Brian Cooper will be serving a 3-course prix fixe menu (4 options per course). Reservations are highly recommended.
$55 per person ($23 for children, ages 12 and under)
Best Place for a Vegan/Vegetarian Meal:
One of Seattle’s best vegetarian/vegan restaurants will be offering a cornucopia of flavors on their upcoming Thanksgiving menu. The four course prix fixe menu not only features vegetarian and vegan options but also a wide variety of gluten-free ones as well (and with at least a 72-hour advance notice Carmelita will work around dietary requests).
$48 per person ($78 with optional wine pairing)
Best Farm-to-Table Thanksgiving:
Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge
Retreat to Copperleaf restaurant at Cedarbook Lodge for a Thanksgiving meal sourced from local farms and producers, created by executive chef Mark Bodinet. An optional wine pairing for $15 can be added to the four-course menu.
$59 per person ($29.50 for children; 5 and under are free)
Looking to host at home but can’t find the time to shop or cook for the big meal? The following options will help supply you will all the fixins’ you need.
For the Locally Sourced Holiday Dinner:
Local Thanksgiving in a Box
Have locally sourced ingredients for your Thanksgiving menu come directly from the farm (you will still have to do the cooking but they do include recipes to follow). All of the items in the box are grown within a 125 mile radius of Seattle. A pasteurized, board-breasted bronze turkey can be added on for an additional cost ($3 per pound).
Boxes are $90 and can feed 6-8 adults
Everyday Value Dinner:
Pick up all your need to host your Thanksgiving meal at your local QFC. Choose from traditional or deluxe (with your choice of turkey, spiral cut ham or prime rib), everything in the pre-ordered meal is fully cooked and just needs to be reheated. Also included are a selections of sides and dessert.
$49.99 to 74.99, meals will serve 6-8 (for traditional size) and 10-12 (for deluxe size)
For the Ultra Luxe Dinner:
Lisa Dupar Catering – Turkey A-Go-Go
Relax this Thanksgiving and let Lisa Dupar Catering prepare your holiday feast. The meal (which can be picked up Thanksgiving morning) includes exquisite preparations of Turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, your choice of pie and more. An optional wine pairing (aptly named Vino A-Go-Go) can be added for an additional cost.
Price Varies depending on the size of the dinner (meals available for 6 to 18 people)