Thanksgiving is in three days. A lot of us are going to see family and friends in some other state. A lot of us are cooking Thanksgiving at home. And a lot of others will be looking for an easy way, without cooking a thing, to celebrate and give thanks.
For those who are looking to celebrate Thanksgiving, with all the fixings, at a local restaurant, see the list below:
62 Union Street, 718-636-6311
Come through to the Union St. Latin restaurant and enjoy Thanksgiving with the family. This year, they will serve specialties like turkey in mole poblano, and traditional dishes like pumpkin pie. Bring an appetite for their four-course dinner with vegetarian, fish, turkey and game options for $60. Two-courses are available for kids 8 and under for $30.
669 Union Street, 347-227-7777
Across the street is chef Jacques Gautier’s other restaurant, Fort Reno. This BBQ joint is making some delicious meat for Thanksgiving. The Menu will include smoked turkey, mashed potatoes with caramelized onions, sausage stuffing, bourbon carrots, Brussels sprouts with bacon and honey, and apple cranberry chutney for $35 a person. Additional sides are $12/lb and sliced smoked turkey breast is $24/lb.
787 Union Street, 718-783-3800
This Park Slope favorite has been serving local, seasonal cuisine in a mellow setting since 2000. On the Thanksgiving prixe fix menu, $68 per person, are delicious items such butternut squash soup, pork croquettes, baked clams to start and rosemary charred turkey breast, smoked leg with savory bread pudding, mashed potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce and giblet gravy for dinner.
Stone Park Cafe
324 Fifth Ave, 718-369-0082
This Fifth Avenue eatery hosts a Thanksgiving dinner that is sure to delight the Brooklyn foodie. For $65 a person, the three-course dinner features menu items includes New England Clam Chowder, Hamachi Tartare, Swiss Chard Raviolini, organic free range turkey, pan seared American red snapper, pan roasted duck breast, and dessert like pumpkin tiramisu.
339A Second Street, 718-965-7040
Although they are not taking any more reservations to dine in, you have until Wednesday to order a complete Thanksgiving feast to go! The feast includes a organic, free range turkey from upstate New York oven ready, and sides like whipped sweet potatoes, sausage stuffing, bacon braised Brussels Sprouts, gravy, cornbread and biscuits and more. Don’t forget about dessert, they are offering pumpkin, bourbon pecan or caramel apple pie. Prices: 5 to 8 people, $235; 9 to 12 people, $285; 13 to 16 people, $335.
If you want to get out of the Slope, check out this guide for other spots in Brooklyn serving up Thanksgiving.