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Where to go for Thanksgiving dinner - Briarcliff Manor area

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Hi there,

Just moved to the area and need to find a place to go for Thanksgiving.

Thanks in advance for suggestions.

EllieLA

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  1. Have never done T-day in a restaurant up here, but you could consider Traveler's Rest in Ossining. Crabtree's Kittle House may also do T-giving dinner. I'm sure others will have more suggestions and insight into the holiday menu.

    http://www.thetravelersrest.com/
    http://www.kittlehouse.com/home.php

    1. I agree with Ellie's- thats what I would say as well. Also for 2 other ideas maybe Peter Pratt's in Yorktown or Le Chateau in South Salem. But Kittle House and Travelers Rest would be the first choices to check out.

      1. Thanks guys. I'll check those out.
        I appreciate your help!

        1. Someone else asked a similar question and I mentioned Bird and Bottle to them, it's not to far up in Garrison and it is a rustic old home that just reminds me of what Thanksgiving probably should be (although I've never been for Thanksgiving, I always have the family to my home)........ http://www.thebirdandbottleinn.com/
          Another place that comes to mind is the Valley restaurant also in Garrison, the atmosphere is totally different then the Bird and Bottle (there is no rustic charm like the Bird and Blttle) but they have good food and beautiful views.......... http://www.thegarrison.com/dining.html

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          1. re: GIOny

            Not sure if Valley is open this late in the season - you should check their website.

            Consider Peter Pratt's Inn over in Yorktown Heights for Thanksgiving, too. Probably have their Thanksgiving menu up by now.

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            Peter Pratt's Inn
            673 Croton Heights Rd, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

          2. equs tarytown, kittle house chappaqua

            1. Travelers rest is a nightmare for Thanksgiving, overcrowded, dirty, skimpy portions. Think Mothers day at a cheap buffet. Overflowing busbuckets, the dining dead (much older diners), screaming babies.
              I had T-day at Iron horse grill and it was terrific, and reasonable. also Kittle House and Peter Pratt's Inn.

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              Peter Pratt's Inn
              673 Croton Heights Rd, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598