Thanksgiving Restaurant Reservations: Last-Minute Deals and Offers

Thanksgiving 2012 Thanksgiving Restaurant Reservations: Last Minute Deals and Offers
You can use OpenTable to find even up-to-the-last-minute reservations on Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is just two days away, but there’s still time to book a table for this Thursday. No matter what city you’re celebrating in, OpenTable can help you find a reservation!

You can visit our local and national Thanksgiving pages to find details on special menus, pricing, and additional offers. And, below, we’ve rounded up a sampling of offers, from value-driven to extravagant, as well those that are a bit different, to whet your appetite.

Atlanta:
A bit less: Hudson Grille Midtown — Don’t miss a family-style buffet for $19.95 per person featuring all your faves.
A bit morePark 75 — This Thanksgiving brunch buffet pairs Thanksgiving classics with seamless Four Seasons service at $86 per person.
A bit different: Kurt’s Bistro — Serving a Thanksgiving lunch buffet with a European twist: slow-roasted turkey breast, black angus roast beef, and roasted pork loin. $45 per person.

Baltimore:
A bit less: Valentino’s Restaurant – Serving Thanksgiving dinners for $13 with all the trimmings, featuring roasted turkey, leg of lamb, beef brisket, fresh ham, and more.
A bit more: Wit & Wisdom — Gather the family and celebrate Thanksgiving with a three-course fall feast. $65 adults and $32 children (12 and under).
A bit different: Della Note – Choose from a regular menu or a three-course Thanksgiving dinner at $32 per person, featuring a Champagne toast and live entertainment.

Boston:
A bit less: Aspire Seasonal Kitchen – Thanksgiving brunch is just $24.99 for adults, $12.99 for kids 4-12, and kids under 4 eat free.
A bit more: L’Espalier — Serving a Thanksgiving three-course, prix fixe menu for $90 or a six-course degustation for $115.
A bit different: Russell House Tavern – Don’t miss a locally inspired, $45 three-course prix-fixe Thanksgiving menu, along with an optional $18 beer and/or wine pairing.

Chicago:
A bit less: Glen Prairie – Serving a turkey dinner and housemade pumpkin pie for $24.
A bit more: NoMI – Join Chef Ryan LaRoche in NoMI Kitchen for a spectacular Thanksgiving brunch buffet at $115 per person.
A bit different: Silk Asian Tavern – Featuring an Asian-inspired Thanksgiving Day brunch. Dishes include Chinese five spice-rubbed turkey with a miso gravy and much more. Just $22 per guest.

Dallas:
A bit less: Decanter Restaurant & Wine Bar – Their buffet brunch includes traditional and non-traditional items and omelette and carving stations for $18.95 per person.
A bit more: Charlie Palmer at The Joule – Serving a deliciously seasonal holiday meal prepared by a carefully-trained staff at $55 per person.
A bit different: Asador — Enjoy a local, three-course Thanksgiving meal featuring free-range turkey roulade with wild mushroom and apple  at $35 per guest.

Denver:
A bit less: Appaloosa Grill — $14 for a traditional turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day.
A bit more: Elway’s Downtown – A don’t-miss dinner buffet is $75 for adults and $39 for children.
A bit different: Randolph’s at The Warwick Denver Hotel — Enjoy Thanksgiving brunch in the ballroom with an amazing buffet selection, live entertainment, and complimentary valet parking. $39 adults and $31 seniors; kids 5 and under eat free.

Los Angeles:
A bit less: Planet Dailies — Celebrate Thanksgiving with a traditional turkey dinner starting at $15 per person, featuring a feast complete with turkey and Italian favorites.
A bit more: Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel Air – Chef Pucks’s Thanksgiving feast is served family style and topped off with a dessert buffet  for $140 per person.
A bit different: The Hungry Cat – Serving a prix-fixe, deep-fried turkey dinner for $65 per person.

Miami:
A bit less: Soprano Café & Italian Restaurant – Featuring a four-course dinner for $29 per person.
A bit more: The Restaurant at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach – The Thanksgiving buffet is $110 per person. You can sip mimosas and enjoy a spread filled with all of the traditional Thanksgiving fixings.
A bit different: The Dutch Miami — The Dutch at W South Beach is serving its special take on great American fare with a turducken, root beer sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, and fresh baked pie.

Minneapolis:
A bit less: Tryg’s – The bountiful buffet features holiday favorites, such as turkey, ham, salmon, classic Popovers, stuffing, cranberries, and more for just $19.95; children eat for $10.95.
A bit more: Colette Bar & Bistro – Serving a Thanksgiving grand buffet for $54 per person, including Champagne and house wine. $26 for children aged 6 to 11, and complimentary for 5 and under.
A bit different: Basil’s – Dine in the sky enjoying breathtaking panoramic views of the Twin Cities from the 50th floor!.

New Orleans:
A bit less: Café B – Join us for our Thanksgiving three-course menu starting at $32.
A bit more: The Grill Room at the Windsor Court Hotel — Serving a sumptuous four-course menu at $90 per person for brunch and dinner.
A bit differentRed Fish Grill — A NOLA-style buffet features turducken gumbo, BBQ shrimp and corn grits, Cajun-fried turkey, Abita root beer glazed ham, cornbread and alligator sausage stuffing, a kid’s buffet and more.

New York:
A bit less: 5 Ninth — Offering three courses for $49 in in New York’s Meatpacking District.
A bit more: Bouley —  Serving a six-course tasting menu for $155 featuring hand-picked fresh market finds.
A bit different: Zerza – Indulge in a three course Moroccan menu, featuring spicy prawns, lamb mrouzia, cod fish tagine, seasonal vegetables and more for $30 per person.

Philadelphia:
A bit less: Amici Ristorante – A traditional hand-carved Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings for just $21.95 for adults, with seatings at 2PM, 3pm, 4pm and 5pm and $12.95 for kids under 14. Traditional Hand Carved Thanksgiving Dinner with all the trimmings.
A bit more: Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse – Choose from holiday specials, a $49 five-course prix fixe, and the regular menu!
A bit different: The Farmhouse Bistro at People’s Light — Experience the charm of a restored 18th century farmhouse or dine with the entire family in the beautifully appointed ballroom.

Phoenix:
A bit less: Bella Luna – Serving family-style, traditional Thanksgiving for $21.95 per person. Kids 7-14 years $9.95 and 6 and under eat FREE.
A bit more: Talavera — Indulge in the four-course menu for $87 or enjoy Talavera favorites from the limited a la carte menu.
A bit different: Alchemy Restaurant at Copperwynd Resort – Against breathtaking views of the Four Peaks Mountains and world famous fountain, Alchemy is serving a Thanksgiving holiday buffet  for $65 with free flowing Champagne.

San Diego:
A bit less: Bistro 39 – Choose from a turkey or prime rib three-course dinner for only $29.95.
A bit more: Addison at The Grand Del Mar – Savor seven courses of Thanksgiving-inspired dishes, such as salt-roasted turkey with butternut squash, brioche, and Brussels sprouts. $180 per person, $290 with wine pairings.
A bit different: Il Fornaio – Dine on a four-course feast with an Italian twist: $38 for adults, $18 for children 12 and under.

San Francisco:
A bit less: Creekside Bar & Grill — Tuck into a Thanksgiving Day feast for only $16.99, and just $7.99 for kids.
A bit more: MICHAEL MINA — Offering a four-course, prix fixe for $125 per person. Wine pairings available for $75 per person.
A bit different: Arka – Serving akbari murg kali, masala pomfret, vindaloo lamb chop, lal mirch paneer, chilli fish gravy, and a complimentary bottle of wine for every three entrée orders; limit one per table.

Seattle:
A bit less: Tulalip Bay at Tulalip Resort Casino – Dig into light and dark meat from oven-roasted turkey, served with pecan raisin stuffing, spiced cranberry sauce, and sage pan gravy for only $24.
A bit more: Art Restaurant & Lounge — Don’t miss the four-course, traditional Thanksgiving feast with fall favorites, such as Cinderella pumpkin soup, smoked duck breast, organic turkey, and pumpkin pie, all with Four Seasons elegance. $85 for adults; $25 for kids 6-12.
A bit different: bin on the lake Wine Bar & Restaurant -- This lakeside Thanksgiving meal features Turkey cassoulet, a Thanksgiving-themed version of the classic French farmhouse dish.

Washington, D.C.:
A bit less: Paper Moon – Offering a three-course Thanksgiving dinner, including roasted turkey, butternut squash ravioli, fresh pies, and more for only $21.95 for adults and $14 for kids.
A bit more: Charlie Palmer Steak — Enjoy Thanksgiving in downtown DC with views of Capitol Hill for $70 per person.
A bit different: Rosa Mexicano – Dine differently with a bountiful Thanksgiving feast-Rosa Mexicano style, including slow-roasted Yucatan turkey, and pumpkin creme brulee.

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