Thanksgiving Dinner in D.C. Guide
Don’t feel like cooking? Too scared of your creepy uncle to go home? Can’t boil water?
Several DC restaurants are offering an alternative, whatever you reason for not eating at home may be. Whether you dine with your family or at one of these fine D.C. restaurants, check out our NIGHTLIFE GUIDE and spend Thanksgiving night at some of your favorite D.C. nightclubs and lounges.
This restaurant in K Street’s Hamilton Crowne Plaza Hotel will be offering a traditional turkey dinner buffet along with extras like butternut squash soup, steamship round, raw bar and all the trimmings. $49.95
This celeb hotspot will have a special Thanksgiving 3 course, buffet-style, holiday brunch for $90 a person.
Buddha-Bar DC providing an alternative option to traditional holiday meals cooked at home – a sumptuous, three-course with Buddha-Bar’s signature Asian-fusion style for $55. The regular à la carte menu will also be available.
Join Cafe Milano from 3:00pm-11:00pm for a special prix fixe Thanksgiving feast or regular meal.
Co Coo. Sala is currently taking orders for their Maple Co Co. Pumpkin Pie and Triple Chocolate Pecan Pie. These delectable pies along with other special Thanksgiving themed chocolate concoctions are available now through Thanksgiving. Co Co Sala will be closed Thanksgiving Day.
Enjoy a delicious plated entree and family style fixin’s for only $40.
The D.C. and National Harbor locations will offer a special Thanksgiving menu as well as a a pre-fixe menu all day.
For complete listings on D.C. restaurants offering Thanksgiving fare visit Metromix’s listing.