Looking Where to Eat Dinner On Thanksgiving in New York? These Restaurants Are the Best Places To Eat On Thanksgiving In NYC
Every year, we give thanks and praise for all of the extraordinary Thanksgiving dinners we do not have to make ourselves. While some may love spending hours in the kitchen whipping up everything from mains to dessert, we prefer a stress free turkey day away from the stove. Traditionally, restaurants were closed on Thanksgiving Day. And now over the years, many are staying open for those who would rather go out, looking to skip convention, or just seeking a larger space to host. We have listed the best restaurants that will be open on Thanksgiving in NYC this year for you to score some Turkey. From a Prix-Fixe meal served all while being serenaded by a singing waitstaff, to a spread offering a delicious mix of traditional and new, or a culinary experience of a Thanksgiving Feast, here’s where to eat Thanksgiving dinner in New York.
The Standard Grill
If looking for a place downtown, The Standard Grill will be open for Thanksgiving. Dine here for Thanksgiving lunch or dinner featuring a three-course Prix Fixe along with the option of a wine pairing. Click here for reservations.
The Terrace and Outdoor Gardens
Located in The Times Square EDITION, the Terrace and Outdoor Gardens, is celebrating the essence of Thanksgiving with the culinary experience of a Thanksgiving Feast. Gather with friends and family at their special Prix Fixe being offered and savor the flavors of the season with culinary options guaranteed to satisfy everyone. For reservations, click here.
Delmonico’ s is another place to eat dinner on Thanksgiving in NYC offering guests traditional holiday options but also their classics — including a Baked Alaska and a new Bourbon Pecan Baked Alaska for the holiday. For more information click here.
After Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade head to Ellen’s Stardust Diner. The retro 1950’s themed eatery is open 365 days a year for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including Thanksgiving! Order a traditional Thanksgiving meal with turkey and all the fixings, all while being serenaded by the diner’s world famous singing waitstaff, also known as “The Stardusters,” many of whom have gone onto Broadway, Off Broadway and even American Idol. Be prepared to wait, but thrilled you did.
A little tidbit: Trademark Taste + Grind is located right off the route of the Thanksgiving Day parade so you don’t have to travel far. So after you braved the wind and nostalgic Balloons, head back to Trademark Taste + Grind for lunch. Their thoughtful menu includes perfect Thanksgiving options for both adults and children. Reservations can be made by clicking here.