In case you didn't know, cooking a Thanksgiving feast is no easy feat. And while we wish we brag about our cooking skills and say that preparing a turkey comes naturally to us, we can’t. So for everyone who wants to partake in the Thanksgiving spirit hassle-free, we’ve gathered some options to get you into your extra stretchy pants and out of your kitchen.
235 W 12th Street
For a more traditional evening, head to Wallflower who is offering a menu full of stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and, of course, turkey. Wallflower’s warm, intimate vibes put us right back at our dining room tables.
530 West 27th Street
The McKittrick offers each participant a 3-course meal and a glass of bubbly upon arrival, topping it all off with live music and dancing.
298 Bedford Avenue
New Orleans-themed Brooklyn bar embraces southern hospitality at the most appropriate time. Their butternut-squash velouté with truffle whipped cream and pumpkin-pecan tart are some of the things we will be giving thanks for this year.
130-132 West Houston Street
For a something a little different, Miss Lily’s is offering a three-course prix fixe with a Caribbean flare. Expect cod fritters, mac and cheese pie and lots of sweet potato pudding.
Daniel Boulud has done it again; here he presents three upscale takes on all-American classics. Think apple crumble, chocolate-pecan pie and pumpkin pie. Be sure to schedule your pie ahead of time for fast delivery in time for the big day. Bonus: they also have full Thanksgiving meals to-go.