It’s t-minus three days and counting until Thanksgiving. And what that really means is, if you don’t have a plan cemented by the end of the day today, your proverbial goose is going to be cooked. To help you with your last ditch plans, Grub put together this little guide to navigating your turkey day options. Keep reading to see what we’ve come up with.
Mitch Prensky and the Supper crew are hosting Thanksgiving for three seatings Thursday, 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. For $58 per person ($29 for kids under 12), Supper’s serving up a farm raised roasted turkey and all the trimmings, including giblet gravy; housemade cranberry compote; candied sweet potatoes with apple cider glaze; potato puree with cheddar and horseradish; house-baked pumpkin and apple pies. Reservations are required. Call 215-592-8180.
Though Thanksgiving is primarily a American holiday, Bistro St. Tropez is putting a French spin on it. Four seatings at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. will feature Le Grand Buffet. It includes everything from charcuterie and cheeses and lobster bisque to local, free-range roasted turkey, roasted butternut squash and Makers Mark sweet potatoes. The dinner, which requires reservations, will cost $48 per person ($20 for kids under 12).
Seatings are still available for City Tavern’s authentic 18th century Thanksgiving feast. Served family style, the $82.95 ($32.95 for kids) dinner includes roasted free range turkey, sage and marjoram stuffing, sweet potatoes and apples, and Martha Washington’s chocolate mousse cake and host of other desserts. Call for reservations.
At 10 Arts, newly appointed chef de cuisine Nathan Volz will serve a four-course tasting menu inspired by Thanksgiving’s favorite dishes, created with local and sustainable ingredients. Dishes include apple salad with mustard greens, toasted walnuts and apple cider vinaigrette; crispy pork belly with wilted winter greens, pickled red onion, and maple-jalapeño glaze; Pineland Farms petite filet with roasted fingerlings, brussels sprouts, red wine-brandy sauce; and roasted heritage turkey with sage and giblet stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry mostarda, and turkey gravy. The is priced at $110 per person ($55 for children) and will be served from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
From 12 noon to 10 p.m., Twisted Tail is turning out a Southern style dinner with Cajun fried turkey, sage cornbread stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes, garlic-rubbed broccoli and smoked turkey gravy. They will also have specials on flights of Wild Turkey and live music. Dinner will cost $22 per person.