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Thankgsgiving Dinner- away from Manhattan

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polyhymnia Nov 18, 2008 09:31 PM

Hi all,
Mum, sister and I are all seasoned Manhattanites looking to go out for Thanksgiving rather than cook. Sis had the great idea of finding an inn or something similar outside of the city (possibly reachable by train) and doing thanksgiving there to get a bit of a break from the city. We're not necessarily looking for a super traditional meal (I for one hate turkey), more like something that uses nice seasonal, fall-ish ingredients that gives the feel of Thanksgiving rather than all the traditional dishes. We're probably looking at a price range of about 300-350 for three, including a glass of wine apiece. Blue Hill at Stone Barns was the first spot that sprang to mind, but they're not open on Thanksgiving day. I'd be willing to be flexible about the day except that I'm leaving Manhattan on Friday.

Thanks in advance friends!

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    RGR RE: polyhymnia Nov 19, 2008 08:54 AM

    You'd probably do better to decide which areas outside the city you'd consider going to, then posting a query on the appropriate boards.

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      stevel RE: RGR Nov 19, 2008 05:44 PM

      X2O in Yonkers would be a great choice. Great views and only a 20:00 train ride from Grand Central.

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        Marge RE: stevel Nov 20, 2008 03:28 AM

        Second X20--looks like they're doing a 3 course menu for $60. It's not an inn, but a beautiful space with a gorgeous view and fabulous food, at a fraction of what it would cost in the city (and at Blue Hill...much better food too, imo!).
        http://xaviars.com/yonkers/index.html

    2. gnocchi RE: polyhymnia Nov 20, 2008 05:56 AM

      LONG ISLAND?
      I believe the following is doing a $36 three-course. You could call about the menu.
      Inn Spot on the Bay
      http://www.opentable.com/rest_profile...

      http://www.theinnspot.com/onthebay/in...

      Also maybe Stone Creek Inn,
      http://www.stonecreekinn.com/specials...

      or,
      Gurney's oceanfront, Montauk:
      http://gurneysinn.com/thanksgiving%20...

      All of them have "Inn" in the name and well below your price point, which may be good, or maybe not.

      North Fork Table and Inn is not open Thanksgiving day.

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