Thanksgiving Restaurant Reservations: Last Minute Deals + Offers

tday deals blogIt’s Tuesday and Thanksgiving is Thursday (!), but it’s not too late to find the perfect table for your celebration. Honestly! Just visit our local Thanksgiving pages to find details on special menus, pricing, and additional offers — and book your reservation. To pique your interest, we’ve rounded up a sampling of offers, from value-driven to extravagant, as well those that are a bit different. 

Atlanta:
A bit less: Flat Creek Lodge — Kids eat for just $12 (and adults for $28) at this extensive and affordable Thanksgiving Day buffet.
A bit more: Southern Art — For $67 per person, diners can tuck into a full brunch buffet featuring Southern Art specialties, Thanksgiving carving stations, and a briny seafood display.
A bit different: Rosa Mexicano — Serving Thanksgiving with a festive Mexican twist, Rosa Mexicano has slow-roasted Yucatan turkey and turkey enchiladas topped with cranberry-orange salsa on the menu.

Boston:
A bit less: Seasons 52 — A tasty Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings is yours for just $26.95 for adults and $12.95 for kids.
A bit more: Rialto — Treat yourself to a sumptuous dinner at this Boston favorite. $120 for dinner with wine pairings. Children under 12 dine for $35.
A bit different: Grill 23 & Bar — In addition to the regular menu, this restaurant has an awesome offbeat take on a four-course Thanksgiving dinner for $72, which includes sweet potato chowder, Little Gem Caesar salad, coffee-brined turkey, and pumpkin brûlée.

Los Angeles:
A bit less: The Stinking Rose — Get four-courses of garlicky goodness at this traditional Thanksgiving dinner for $34.95. Plus, enjoy no corkage.
A bit more: Mr. C Beverly Hills — Sup on all of your Thanksgiving favorites with elegant accompaniments, including lobster bisque, butternut squash ravioli, chestnut stuffing, and more for $85 per person.
A bit different: AKASHA — You’ll be thankful for their annual pie buffet for dessert alone. Plus, fish and vegan options are available and it’s just$65 for adults and $35 for kids under 12.

Miami:
A bit less: Prime-Del Ray Beach — Have your turkey and eat it, too, for just $24.95 at this traditional, three-course Thanksgiving feast.
A bit more: Bistro One LR-Ritz Carlton — There’s something for everyone with a raw bar, tapas, grill, desserts, and more, plus unlimited Champagne and mimosas from 2-8PM. $125 for adults and $45 for kids.
A bit different: The Bazaar by José Andrés at SLS Hotel South Beach — Celebrate Thanksgiving this year through the culinary vision of José Andrés with distinct dishes such as sous vide breast, confit leg with traditional gravy, or a deconstructed pumpkin pie.

Minneapolis:
A bit less: Mallard’s on the St. Croix — For $23.95, diners get a traditional Thanksgiving dinner served family style, with turkey, ham, and all the side dishes, plus a dessert bar. And, every seat has a lovely view of the St. Croix River.
A bit more: Woolley’s Steakhouse — Don’t miss their famous Champagne Brunch, with chef stations, carved New York strip steak, turkey, and ham, plus a tuna bar, oysters, and seafood and the best of breakfast, lunch, and dinner — all for $39.95 for adults and $14.95 for children.
A bit different: Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse — Change things up this year with 16 cuts of delectable fire-roasted meats, Brazilian side dishes, and more for $49.50.

New York:
A bit less: Cellar 58 — With a three-course, prix-fixe menu including a traditional turkey plate and a glass of wine, sangria, or Prosecco, this deal is a steal at just $35 per person.
A bit more: Betony — At $135 per person and $60 for kids under 12, Betony is serving four fabulous courses and unlimited sides, including potato mousseline and roasted vegetables), plus dessert.
A bit different: James Beard House — Dine like a legend at this multi-course Thanksgiving spread presented by the Chefs of the Art Institutes. Dinner includes passed canapes and wine pairings with each course.

Philadelphia:
A bit less: La Campagnola — Save on a traditional turkey Dinner with all the fixings! Just $24.95 for adults and $14.95 for kids 12 and under.
A bit more: 10 Arts Bistro & Lounge — Indulge in a four-course meal including your choice of meat or fish with traditional family style sides and dessert for $110 per adult and $55 for children.
A bit different: Blue Grill House — From pumpkin cream cheese gnocchi to honey + herb brined turkey and their very own turducken, blue’s Thanksgiving Day menu is unique.

Seattle:
A bit less: Black Angus Steakhouse — Dig into a three-course Thanksgiving Day spread served with all the fixings for only $18.99 and $9.99 for kids.
A bit more: Maximilen — Chef Potvin has created a Thanksgiving inspired $70 five-course menu with a French influence, and special wine pairings are also offered.
A bit different: Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouse — Groove out to live musical entertainment as you dine on an elegant Thanksgiving buffet dinner decked with all the trimmings.

Washington, D.C.:
A bit less: Avenue Cafe and Lounge — Go for seconds at this delish buffer, just $26.95 for adults $26.95 and $11.95 for kids under 12, pluse save 15% off featured wines by the bottle.
A bit more: Juniper Restaurant — A ffour-course prix fixe dinner featuring chestnut soup, organic Pennsylvania turkey with pan gravy and stuffing, a dessert buffet, and more for $60 per person or $75 with wine pairings.
A bit different: City Tap House — Enjoy rare beers and the chef’s recreation of some of his holiday favorites — all with a unique twist!