For some New Yorkers, it’s not always ideal to house a bunch of people in your cramped studio. And some simply may not have a warm, cozy home to attend for the holidays. Whichever is your situation, or if you simply don’t want to cook this year, check out these restaurants that will be serving special pre-fixe menus for all.

Park Avenue Tavern (99 Park Avenue) is offering a three-course feast for just $45 ($20 for children 12 and under). Guests can select one of two started to pair with their Maple-Brined Turkey With Gravy and finish with one of two Thanksgiving desserts. Reservations available by calling (212)867-4484.

Trademark Taste + Grind (38 West 36th Street) is located just off the Thanksgiving Parade route and will be serving three courses of Thanksgiving dinner. Choose from four first course options, five second course options, and two desserts. $49 for adults and $22 for children 12 and under. Reservations can be made by calling (646)858-2320.

Harding’s (32 East 21st Street) will be serving a three-course Thanksgiving dinner for $59 ($29 for children). Choose from four starters, four entrees (including one vegan option), and three desserts. Mix and match your traditional Thanksgiving favorites with some Harding’s originals! Tables are available from 3-8pm by reservation only. Reservations can be made by calling (212)600-2105.

The Late Late (159 East Houston Street) is hosting their Third Annual Ex-Pat Thanksgiving Feast. $50 gets you two hour open bar and a traditional Thanksgiving dinner plate. Seatings are available at 1pm and 4pm and can be reserved by emailing There will be a deejay later in the evening to celebrate all the music we’re thankful for this year!
At Boulton & Watt (5 Avenue A), doors open at noon and chef’s special will be a traditional Thanksgiving plate with turkey, cranberry, stuffing, and all your favorite fixin’s! Draft beers are just $6 all day and pair perfectly with one of their signature Cast Iron Chocolate Chip Cookies. Reservations can be made by calling (646)490-6004.

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