As the temperature falls and the holiday season approaches area restaurants are offering some of the most delicious Thanksgiving feasts that only come once a year, making it perfect for family or friends who want to enjoy the holiday spread without the hassle of cooking.
OP Italian – Spend Thanksgiving Dinner at JW Marriott and enjoy a specially curated family style Thanksgiving menu at OP Italian restaurant. The menu will feature classics like Heritage Turkey, three bread stuffing, oak fired sweet potatoes with marshmallows, herb crusted lamb loin with heirloom roasted carotts and Jerusalem artichokes. Dinner is $60 per person, $20 children 6-12.
Corner Restaurant – Corner will help you take the chaos out of hosting dinner so you can sit back and enjoy good food with those closest to you. They’re serving a special family-style Thanksgiving menu featuring the Chef’s creative take on a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Call today to make your reservation at (512) 608-4488.
If you can’t get enough turkey and stuffing, head over to Sixth and Waller within East Austin Hotel for three full days of delicious specials during the Thanksgiving, holiday! On Wednesday, November 27, celebrate Friendsgiving with a Chicken Fried Turkey Taco topped with mole negro, jalapeño ranch, pickled carrots and sesame. On Thanksgiving Day, the global diner will be serving up a feast complete with an Old School Turkey Dinner plate with all the fixings, plus, additional sides and homemade Pumpkin-Pecan Pie. And if you’re not completely full yet, on Friday, November 29, Sixth and Waller will introduce its inaugural Colossal Thanksgiving Leftover Turkey Sandwich.
Downtown Location – You can’t go wrong with Second Bar + Kitchen Downtown’s signature Thanksgiving Plate! The annual special is a hearty & traditional dish to make you feel right at home. From the Sage Roasted Turkey Breast, to Garlic Rosemary Stuffing, Candied Yams and more. The Thanksgiving Plate is $26 with sides priced at $6 each. Time: 11 AM – 8 PM, Reservations: Secondbarkitchen.com/second or call (512) 827-2750.
Domain NORTHSIDE – The NORTHSIDE location will be offering guests a five-station buffet for Thanksgiving. The buffet begins with an assortment of baked goods like Chipotle-Corn Muffins, Citrus-Cranberry Scones & Pumpkin Churro Fritters. Following the baked goods Second Bar + Kitchen Domain NORTHSIDE will be serving traditional dishes with a twist, from Garlic Mashed Potatoes to Roasted Niman Ranch bone-in ham and an assortment of decadent desserts by Chef Michelle Hall. Dinner is $55 per adult and $27/Kids. Time: 11 AM – 8 PM. For reservations, book on SBKdomain.com or call (737) 300-4800.
Give thanks at Austin’s newest addition – Hotel ZaZa Austin. Their seventh-level restaurant, Group Therapy, will be celebrating their first Thanksgiving with a special four-course prix-fixe menu in addition to the full dinner menu for $60. The menu will start with the Roasted Beets and the Forest Mushroom Soup, followed by a choice of either a classic smoked carved turkey plate with gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce and green bean casserole or the Pan Seared Sea Bass with a sweet potato-wild mushroom hash, haricot verts, blistered tomatoes and a lemon oil. End the night on a sweet note with a classic Pumpkin Pie topped with a pecan brittle and espresso-baileys whipped cream. Priced at $60 per person, call (512)542-9292 for reservations.
Join Geraldine’s for a prime-dining Thanksgiving buffet. The buffet will kick-off with meats, cheeses, soups, and salads. Guests can enjoy smoked brisket, roasted free-range turkey and salmon en croute with Thanksgiving sides such as mashed potatoes, stuffing, giblet gravy, red wine cranberry sauce and more, followed by individually decorated apple and pumpkin pies by Chef Yolanda Diaz. Dinner is served on Thanksgiving day from 3 p.m. – 9 p.m., At $50 per person and $25 for children. For reservations: Via OpenTable.
Mattie’s famous holiday brunches continues to bring together generations of family & friends with a Southern-inspired Thanksgiving menu helmed by Executive Chef Ethan Holmes. Mattie’s holiday brunches feature traditional dishes, alongside modern and reimagined, classic Southern dishes that appeal to all palates. Think: Tamarind BBQ ribs and chicken biscuit bites to start before a full Thanksgiving buffet complete with maple glazed turkey breast & rosemary jus and mushroom stuffing for vegan and gluten-free diners.
This Thanksgiving, Truluck’sinvites guests to feast with a special, three-course menu inspired by indulgent, Southern-style cuisine, as well as an intimate, upscale dining experience for an unforgettable holiday celebration with friends and loved ones with a notably refined dining experience centered around the ocean’s finest seafood and crab, and an exquisite wine selection. Diners are invited to savor the restaurants’ plentiful menu, including always-fresh Florida Stone Crab and other seafood delicacies, or opt for a one-night-only, three-course Thanksgiving menu featuring traditional, comforting dishes with a Southern twist. The menu, priced at $45 for adults and $19 for young adults, ages 12 and younger.
Embracing the rich and vibrant local culture in Austin, W Austin’s TRACE offers a menu that celebrates local, seasonal ingredients and responsible sourcing on all levels. Let TRACE take care of Thanksgiving this year – come with family or friends and enjoy the special Thanksgiving Day menu available from 11am – 8pm. $65 per person. Guests can also opt into an upgraded dining experience in the EWOW (presidential suite) which is a great space for holiday dinners – and comes with incredible views.
Caroline will be offering Thanksgiving dishes from 10AM-midnight (or sold out) and the regular Caroline menu will be available all day as well. The menu includes a Roasted Turkey Dinner for $21, including baked bread pudding, cheddar mac and cheese, heirloom carrots & brussels and cranberries-jalapeno relish.
Stella San Jac is serving a glorious Thanksgiving dinner for $55 per person, featuring a Fried Turkey w/ Natual Jus along with Mashed Sweet Potatoes and Brûlée Marshmallows, Roasted Cranberry and Satsuma Tangerine; and Boursin Creamed Green Beans and Crispy Shallot.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille’s downtown Austin and Domain NORTHSIDE restaurants are cooking up a top-notch menu for Thanksgiving. In addition to the full dinner menu, Perry’s will feature a three-course menu for $45. The menu will start with a choice of Butternut Squash Soup or Honey Crisp Apple Salad with dried cherries, walnuts, and maple syrup vinaigrette, followed by Roasted Turkey Breast with pan gravy and traditional sides including Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean Almondine, Sausage & Sage Cornbread Stuffing and Cranberry Relish. To top off the meal, Perry’s is offering a Pumpkin Cheesecake dessert for $8.
The Carillon is offering a special Thanksgiving brunch buffet with boundless options to please every member of the family. Located in the AT&T Hotel and Conference Center, experience a relaxed yet refined experience with carving stations featuring Smoked Ribeye and Sous-vide Turkey Breast, along with breakfast and entrees like Pan Seared Redfish and Lemon-Mascarpone Pancakes. Get your Thanksgiving Day fix with sides like the Cornbread Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes with Giblet Gravy and Green Bean Casserole. The Carillon will also be serving a wide selection of sweet treats to end the meal on a high note. Dinner is $68 per person and $30 for children. Reservations: (512) 404-3655.
Apis and Apiary is offering guests a chef-driven and locally sourced three-course prix fixe meal. The three-course meal includes specialty dishes such as Apis’ cider brined and slowly roasted Heritage Turkey with confit turkey leg hash, sourdough herb stuffing, mashed Yukon Gold potatoes, green beans and oyster mushroom casserole, giblet gravy and brown butter and more. Dinner is priced at $70 per person; $20 for children 12 and under. For reservations visit http://www.apisrestaurant.com/
Hyatt Regency Lost Pines thanksgiving holiday feast will feature a wide array of dining options ranging from fresh seafood such as crab claws and oysters, to Thanksgiving favorites such as herb-brined turkey, maple-glazed ham, traditional sage dressing, and more. The holiday brunch will also include a selection of more than 20 dessert options from pumpkin, cherry, pecan, and apple pies to pumpkin crème brulee, white chocolate cranberry cheesecake bites, and the resort’s signature chocolate fountain with several items for dipping. Thanksgiving brunch is served from 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. and $68 for adults, $34 for children between six years and 12 years old. Reservations are required!