Where To Go For Thanksgiving in NYC

If laboring in the kitchen all day doesn't sound like Ur idea of a holiday, leave it to the professionals to prepare Ur Thanksgiving dinner.

Tom Colicchio will be serving a family-style feast at his restaurant in the Flatiron District. There will be starters of Wagyu carpaccio and sea scallops with black truffle and cauliflower; choice of turkey, salmon or steak; and pie, apple crisp and spice doughnuts for dessert. ($150 per person, $75 for children under 12).

David Burke Kitchen
This SoHo restaurant is putting its own spin on the Thanksgiving tradition with a three-course prix-fixe menu featuring roasted organic turkey with giblet gravy along with more adventurous fare, like rabbit ragout and chestnut cavatelli. ($79 per person).

Danny Meyer’s traditional Roman restaurant Maialino will serve up an Italian-American Thanksgiving menu with dishes like tortelli di castagne (chestnuts and celery root) and heritage turkey with polenta and a sausage stuffing. ($115 per person and a kids’ menu is available at $65).

Brooklyn's beloved farm-inspired restaurant  is celebrating Thanksgiving with a three-course prix-fixe menu featuring dishes like squash and chestnut bisque, roasted and braised turkey, heritage pork loin and maple crème caramel. ($95 per person).

Porter House New York at Time Warner Center
If U prefer red meat to turkey, this place is for U. Filet mignon and chili rubbed Prime beef rib-eye are among the options from the three-course prix-fixe menu ($95 per person, $39 for children under 10).