Thanksgiving Options

Turkeys photo by Cobalt123
Looking to go out for Thanksgiving or even if you just want a little help in the kitchen Foobooz has you covered.

City Tavern – It’s always a big crowd at City Taven for this four course Thanksgiving feast. $79.95 for adults, $29.95 for children under 12.

DiBruno Brothers – Learn to pair wines and cheeses that not only go well together, but that will also complement a whole range of holiday foods on Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 6 to 8 PM. $65, Di Bruno Bros.

Headhouse Market -The Headhouse Farmers’ Market will be open for a special market day the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, Wednesday November 21 from 10 AM to 4 PM. Over 25 local farmers and producers will be at the market to allow customers to have a locally-grown Thanksgiving.

Lacroix – Head to Thanksgiving dinner full as Lacroix is offering their brunch buffet for the holiday. $85 per person.

Legal Sea Foods – Open from Noon to 9 PM Legal Sea Foods will be offering slow roasted turkey breast, with sausage stuffing, mashed potatoes, butternut squash and gravy plus baked stuffed lobsters.

London Grill – From 4 to 7 London Grill is offering a Thanksgiving Buffet with roasted heirloom turkey, sausage cornbread stuffing, Hoppin John’s Stoneground Grits and Autumn Greens & Collards with raisins and pine nuts. $35 per person, not including beverages, tax and gratuity.

Moshulu – Serving Thanksgiving from 11 AM to 7 PM the regular menu will be supplemented with roasted butternut squash bisque, organic Lancaster turkey, pepper crusted loin of Cervena venison and Swiss chard.

Prime Rib – Looking for any way to avoid slaving over a hot stove this Thanksgiving? Well the Prime Rib has you covered! For only $29.95 they are offering a delicious Turkey dinner with stuffing & cranberry sauce for you and your entire family!!! Reservations recommended. Hope to see you there!

Rae – Have thanksgiving family style at Rae or get it to go with highlights like roast turkey, garlic and cheddar potatoes, wild mushroom and leek stuffing, cinnamon apple cobbler. Rae Menu (PDF)

Reading Terminal Market – Place your orders ahead of time from your favorite merchants ahead of time. The Terminal is closed on Thanksgiving Day and will have regular hours of operation, 8am to 6pm on Wednesday, November 21st, and Friday, November 23rd.

Tavern 17 – Starting at 11:30 a.m. The meal starts off with both a soup and salad course, then moves on to house-smoked turkey served with sweet potato mash, cheddar mash, stuffing, grandma’s giblet gravy and assorted veggies. Choose from an array of mini desserts to round off the meal. The cost is $20 per adult; $14 per child (3-10 years).

White Dog Cafe – On Sunday, November 18, at 6 PM, White Dog Cafe will host a special Native American Thanksgiving Dinner. Chef Andrew Brown will prepare a 100 percent sustainable menu with line-caught fish, humanely raised meat and locally grown fruit and vegetables. The evening will also include speeches from the evening’s guests of honor, members of Lenape Nation, who were the original inhabitants of the Delaware Valley. The dinner will cost $45 per person.

NINETEEN (XIX) – Celebrate Thanksgiving from 1 to 6:30 pm on the 19th floor of the historic Park Hyatt at the Bellevue at Broad and Walnut Streets. Guests will enjoy a traditional holiday favorites and other autumn specialties. The dinner, which will be served buffet stylewill include: raw bar, shucked-to-order oysters and clams, pumpkin squash soup, traditional turkey with turkey gravy, wild boar sausage and mushroom stuffing and pumpkin Creme Brulee Parfait. $65 per person and $32.50 for children younger than 12.

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