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Bars and Restaurants Serving up Thanksgiving Specials in DC

Bars and Restaurants Serving up Thanksgiving Specials in DC

Maybe you’re a last minute planner and are just now realizing you can’t swing hosting 50 family members, or maybe you forgot you really don’t find cooking enjoyable...either way, these restaurants will be open on Turkey Day, ready to bail you out with awesome pre-fixed and a la carte Thanksgiving dinner options.
 
Fixed Price
Head to Tysons Corner for an All-American Thanksgiving. From 11 AM–7 PM, America Eats Tavern will be serving up a meal made from Virginia’s freshest ingredients: roast Virginia turkey, country ham, and Virginia oyster stuffing to name a few items. $65 for adults, $25 for children 10 and under. (1700 Tysons Blvd., McLean; 703-744-3999)
 
From 12–8 PM enjoy a three course Thanksgiving dinner including honeycrisp apple salad, roasted turkey, and pumpkin ginger cheesecake. $45 for adults, $23 for children 10 and under. (3311 Connecticut Ave., NW; 202-244-6750)
 
Enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving buffet with all the trimmings from 11 AM–9 PM. You’ll get house-made maple ham, rib eye, turkey prepared two ways, and many more items. $68 for adults, $30 for children. (415 New Jersey Ave., NW; 202-393-7777)
 
A three course, Italian style Thanksgiving awaits you at Bibiana. $50 per person. (1100 New York Ave., NW; 202-216-9550)
 
The Thanksgiving menu features your choice of starter, entree, sides, and dessert. $75 for adults, $40 for children under 12. (1625 I St., NW; 202-689-8999)
 
From 12–8 PM, DBGB will be serving up your favorite Thanksgiving dishes in addition to classic bistro dishes such as tuna crudo, venison orecchiette, and Atlantic salmon. $65 for adults, $35 children under 12. (931 H St., NW; 202-695-7660)
 
In addition to the traditional Thanksgiving dishes, you’ll also find items such as pimento cheese biscuits, southern fried chicken, and Yankee pot roast. 12–8 PM. $35 for adults, $20 for children under 12. (3000 K St., NW; 202-298-8783)
 
Hosting its 5th Annual Thanksgiving Day celebration, Lincoln will have a Turkey Day feast featuring roasted turkey, prime rib, wild salmon, brioche herb stuffing, and more. $58 for adults, $21 for children under 12. (1110 Vermont Ave., NW; 202-386-9200)
 
Enjoy a three course Thanksgiving meal with appetizers including pear and roquefort salad and seared foie gras; entrees such as roasted leg of venison and free range organic turkey; and dessert items like maple pumpkin tart and white chocolate creme brulee. $45.95, 11:30 AM–8 PM. (3100 Washington Blvd., Arlington; 703-741-7636)
 
One of DC’s more well known restaurants will serve up a roast turkey dinner with fennel sausage-apple stuffing, green beans, mashed potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, turkey gravy, and cranberry sauce. Dessert is your choice of pie: apple or pecan a la mode or pumpkin with whipped cream. $25.95 for adults, $15.95 for children. (675 15th St., NW; 202-347-4800)
 
An Argentinian steakhouse may not be your first choice for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, but the menu will make you think twice. Enjoy a four course dinner with highlights including wood grilled turkey breast, truffled chestnut stuffing, and dulce de leche flan with mango sorbet. 11 AM–9 PM, $75 per person. (1177 15th St., NW; 202-587-2629)
 
A La Carte
In addition to the mussels and seafood that typically graces Brasserie Beck’s menu, choose from sides and entrees that are more Thanksgiving-friendly like oyster and andouille stuffing, sweet potato and smoked cheddar gratin, and cider brined amish turkey. 12–7 PM. (1101 K St., NW; 202-408-1717)
 
Have Thanksgiving dinner with an Italian twist at Dino’s Grotto. Special dinner dishes include roast turkey, turkey bolognese and turkey sausage, mushroom and stuffing soup. 4–8:30 PM (1914 9th St., NW; 202-686-2966)
 
Festive menu items include Zuppa di Castagne (chestnut soup with onion puree, squash chips and raisin walnut crouton), Tortellini al Tacchino (house-made tortellini stuffed with turkey ragu), and Tacchino Inaspettato (turkey stuffed with seasonal vegetables, pork sausage, and pears). Finish it all off with a cinnamon and brandy apple pie served with butternut squash gelato. 11 AM–11 PM. (1401 T St., NW; 202-827-4752)
 
Pinea
In addition to the regular dinner menu, Pinea will have decadent specials including pan-seared foie gras with cranberries, candied almonds, and vin santo; roulade of heritage turkey, chestnut and guanciale stuffing, brussels sprouts, whipped sweet potatoes, and roasted turkey jus; and pumpkin tart with spiced mascarpone. 2–8 PM. (515 15th St. NW; 202-661-2442)

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