26 November is Thanksgiving and if you’d like to enjoy a special Thanksgiving dinner at one of New York City’s finest restaurants, take a look at what’s on offer. Baroque Lifestyle has selected some gems
Take a good look at the stunning selection of New York City restaurants offering a luxury taste of Thanksgiving. If you would like us to book your reservation for you, contact email@example.com and we will make sure you have an unforgettable Thanksgiving dinner.
Chevalier at the Baccarat Hotel
It will be Chevalier’s first Thanksgiving. This stunning brasserie, which opened earlier this year, offers modern French dining from Michelin-starred chef Shea Gallante. You do have to pay well for the stunning food, but the resulting meal will definitely be worth it. The four-course dinner includes a salad of endive and chicory followed by a choice of pasta dishes. The highlight, of course, is the turkey with a sausage-chestnut stuffing, or there’s fish or veal if you prefer. Desserts include a Cinderella pumpkin mousse, sticky toffee pudding and a warm apple cider beignet. Enjoy a pre-or post-dinner tipple at the bar.
$120 per head
Eleven Madison Park
This is American food at is best, constantly reinvented with new taste sensations and awarded time and again with every possible accolade. Daniel Humm and Will Guidara offer an umatched offering for Thanksgiving with four delectable courses, including a chicken velouté with black truffle followed by smoked foie gras terrine or Hamachi. Turkey follows, or there’s slow-cooked beef or butter-poached lobster and dessert includes a chocolate ganache, butternut-squash sorbet or honey custard.
$195 per head, plus $125 for wine pairing
The fabulous restaurant at the Ace Hotel offers what the establishment describes as ‘haute comfort food’ in ‘New York’s version of an English pub’. The food is always hearty and delicious, and the Thanksgiving menu is no exception. Start with Turkey Tortellini Soup before making a choice of your first course – either a Bay Scallop or a Mushroom and Chickory Salad. Main course offerings are either Cornish Rock Hen with a variety of veggies or Brook Trout, and desserts include a traditional Bourbon Pecan Pie or equally delicious Dark Chocolate Panna Cotta.
$85 per head, plus $45 per person wine pairing
French farmhouse restaurant in the heart of Greenwich Village gives a taste of Province to Manhattan. Chef Galen Zamarra offers fresh, seasonal dishes. For Thanksgiving, the chef is adding a number of specials, either a la carte or diners can choose from a four- or six-course Chef’s tasting menu ($88 for the former, $130 for the latter). Specials include all the traditional dishes, including turkey, Brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes. Dinner is from 5pm onwards.
The NoMad Restaurant
Enjoy a traditional turkey dinner this Thanksgiving at The NoMad Restaurant, part of the iconic NoMad Hotel, including all of the trimmings from noon right through to 9pm. In addition, those who prefer just a taste of turkey can enjoy ‘leftover turkey sandwiches’ throughout the day as well as the following day at the restaurant itself. The full meal is sure to be even more delicious.
$135 per head.