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Bars and Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving in Washington, D.C.

Bars and Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving in Washington, D.C.

Whether you're flying solo this Thanksgiving, or meeting up with family and friends, sometimes the option of eating out on Turkey Day is more appealing than slaving away in the kitchen. Head over to these restaurants, open during Thanksgiving, and spend the day enjoying a feast without the stress and work of actually creating it.

701 Restaurant: Open 11 AM–9:30 PM, come for their annual Thanksgiving Celebration event featuring a three-course menu. $48 per person, half-price for children under 12. (701 Pennsylvania Ave. NW; 202-393-0701)

Bibiana: Open 12–8 PM, have an Italian-style Thanksgiving from their special three-course menu for $48. (1100 New York Ave. NW; 202-216-9550)

BLT Steak: Open 3–10:30 PM with a prix-fixe tasting menu featuring roasted turkey, dry-aged roasted prime rib and striped bass as the main course options. $68 for adults, $40 for children under 12. (1625 I St. NW; 202-689-8999)

Black Squirrel: Open 12 PM–2 AM (or whenever the food runs out), stop by for their Sixth Annual Thank-You Thanksgiving buffet with turkey, ham, roast beef and trimmings all for the whopping price of $7. (2427 18th St. NW; 202-232-1011)

Central: Open 2–8 PM with a traditional American and American-French prix-fixe menu. $45 for adults and $25 for kids. (1001 Pennsylvania Ave. NW; 202-626-0015)

DBGB Kitchen and Bar: Open 12–8 PM with a three-course prix-fixe for $65. Children 12 and under, $35. Enjoy a variety of dishes including squash soup, roasted turkey and chocolate pecan sundae. (931 H St. NW; 202-695-7660)

Fogo de Chao: Open 11 AM–9 PM, choose from 16 cuts of fire roasted meats with seasonal salads and traditional Brazilian sides. $53.50 for adults, half price for children ages 7 to 12 and ages under 6 are complimentary. (1101 Pennsylvania Ave. NW; 202-347-4668)

Founding Farmers: Both locations are open from 12 8 PM. Choose from a $35 three-course set menu, with items such as warm maple goat cheese salad, southern fried chicken and choice of pie slice. Reservations recommended. (1924 Pennsylvania Ave. NW; 202-822-8783)

Hill Country: Open 12–8 PM, enjoy a BBQ-style Thanksgiving with pit-smoked turkey, brisket, pork, spare ribs and unlimited sides. $45 for adults and $20 for children 10 and under. (410 7th St. NW; 202-556-2050)

Lincoln: Open 1–8:30 PM. Savor farm to table dishes and a la carte desserts. $58 per person, $21 for children 12 and under. Large groups are welcome, but reservations are recommended. (1110 Vermont Ave. NW; 202-386-9200)

NoPa Kitchen and Bar: Open from 11 AM–8 PM with an a la carte menu featuring traditional Thanksgiving fixings and seasonal desserts. (800 F St. NW; 202-347-4667)

Old Ebbitt Grill: Enjoy a traditional turkey dinner with all of the fixings: sausage-chestnut stuffing, green beans, mashed potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, turkey gravy, cranberry sauce and choice of apple, pecan or pumpkin pie. $29.95 for adults, $15.95 for children. (675 15th St. NW; 202-347-4800)

Pinea: Open 2–8 PM with a four-course dinner featuring menu items such as pheasant agnolotti, turkey roulade with foie gras and pumpkin crème brulee. $85 per person. (515 15th St. NW; 202-661-2440)

The Oval Room: Open 12–8 PM with a three-course Thanksgiving dinner for $50 per person. (800 Connecticut Ave. NW; 202-463-8700)

Tabard Inn: Open 2–8 PM with a four-course prix-fixe dinner and live jazz in the lounge. $75 per person, $37.50 for children under 10. (1739 N St. NW; 202-331-8528)

Teddy and the Bully Bar: Open 1–8:30 PM with a menu featuring slow-roasted brisket, cedar plank salmon and roasted turkey. $55 per person and $21 for children 12 and under. (1200 19th St. NW; 202-872-8700)

Woodward Table: Open 11 AM—8 PM, choose from the regular full dinner menu or from the Thanksgiving Specials which include Chesapeake oyster stew, truffled mashed potatoes and pumpkin cheesecake. (1426 H St. NW; 202-347-5353)

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