Lower Manhattan’s 2023 Guide to Thanksgiving With All the Fixings
Thanksgiving is coming up fast — and it’s on the early side this year, which means you have only two weeks to get all your meals stuffed, sides sorted and berries cranned. Too stressful? Lower Manhattan restaurants have you covered. A number of establishments in the district can save you the kitchen stress and cleanup with full-scale Thanksgiving dinners of their own, for dine-in or takeout.
Battery Park City’s BBQ paradise is offering a southern-twinged to-go Thanksgiving menu. The options include a full turkey dinner for four for $175, along with bourbon pecan pie, cornbread stuffing and more. Get your requests in by November 21 at noon.
Fulton Stall Market
The non-profit farmers market that features locally grown and made foods is offering its Thanksgiving CSA pickup again, with options for turkey, dinner rolls, onion jam, pies and cider, to name a few.
Manhatta is preparing a three-course dinner of Thanksgiving delights for diners. The first course includes the option of a chicory salad poached quince, blue cheese and crispy chestnuts; the second course offers turkey along with a non-meat option of grilled maitake mushroom with honeynut squash; and the dessert offers up apple tatin with yuzu ice cream, pumpkin creme brulee and more. The three-course option costs $165 per guest; there is also a special $75 menu for children under 12. Dinner is served from 12:30 p.m. through 10 p.m. Make reservations here.
Tom Colicchio’s Temple Court at the Beekman Hotel invites guests in for a three-course feast on Thanksgiving day. The menu includes Narragansett turkey, roasted mushrooms, stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy and more. It’s available from noon to 9 p.m., for $165 per person. See the full menu here, and make reservations here.
The newly opened Jean-Georges Vongerichten food bonanza known as the Tin Building is creating a “globally inspired” Thanksgiving feast for the day, which you can get delivered to your door. Options include herb-roasted turkey, chestnut stuffing, delicata squash, macaroni and cheese and dinner rolls. The full-spread Thanksgiving dinner for up to eight people runs $568; order yours here.
This historical landmark dating back to the Revolutionary War is ready to help you celebrate another American tradition. The main dishes here go way beyond turkey, and include filet mignon, branzino and pesto pappardelle, along with some great appetizer and dessert options. The meal clocks in at $95 per person. See the full menu and reservation details here.
Jean-Georges is back on this list with the Fulton, his seafood-centric spot in the Seaport. And, yes, there’s lots of seafood on this holiday menu — but don’t worry, there’s also turkey. See the full menu here, and make a reservation for a spot between noon and 8 p.m. here. Dinner runs $168 per person.
The three-course, family-style feast at Malibu Farm features an organic and local bounty, including turkey, brussels sprouts and a pumpkin sundae. The prix fixe meal (reserve here) is available from noon to 8 p.m. and runs $78 per adult/$39 for kids 10 and under.
Mezze on the River
It’s a Mediterranean holiday at this riverfront spot from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., with a menu by executive chef Antelmo Ambrosio. That means offerings of grilled vegetable moussaka, Moroccan spicy roasted turkey breast and sea bass en papillote.
At Le Gratin, you’ll find a prix fixe menu at $115 per person featuring holiday favorites with a French twist. Escargot and steak au poivre for Thanksgiving? Why not! Reserve a spot anytime between 11:30 a.m. and 8:15 p.m. here.
Michelin-starred chef Eduard Frauneder’s restaurant is offering to-go and dine-in Thanksgiving meals from noon to 8 p.m., with menu items including slow-roasted turkey breast, giblet gravy and sweet potato brulee with marshmallows. Meals run $85 per person, with a four-person minimum for pick-up orders. Reserve a table or pre-order for pickup here.
The seafood haven is turning its attention to turkey this Thanksgiving, with a to-go holiday meal spread that includes turkey, buttermilk biscuits, sumac-roasted veggies and sides. Prices range from $160 for four people and $300 for eight.
T.J. Byrnes will welcome in regulars and newbies alike with a standout menu that includes turkey, steak, salmon, pork chops and sides, all for $50 per person.
Executive chef Eddie Hong has created a three-course menu available 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. that features an optional oyster course along with a choice of mains, including turkey and lamb chops, for $145 per person.Tags: thanksgiving