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Nov 10, 2009 04:45 AM

Thanksgiving Dinner for Two Under $100 in DC

My parents are looking for a Turkey Day dinner for two in DC and they're only willing to spend $100 or less (not including tip/drinks). Anyone have any ideas?

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  1. La Plaza salvadorian/mexican restaurant on the Hill is doing a T-day special menu. We had it one year and it was pretty good. They deep fry the turkey and serve traditional sides as well as enchiladas, plantains, ect. I think it's $30 or so pp.

    1. Most of the big hotels will have a Thanksgiving buffet going on. Not my thing, though. I would probably go for Peking duck at Tony Cheng's.

      1. Smith and Wollensky has a Thanksgiving dinner for $49 per person. I did it a few years ago with my Dad and we were very happy.


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        1. re: georgetownronin

          I have friends who do this every year and they're quite happy with it.

        2. I notice on the website of Ardeo (in Cleveland Park) that they are doing a $45 per person 3-course T'giving dinner that looks nice. I mention this because I had a really extremely good dinner there tonight.

          Ardeo - Bardeo
          3311 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008

          1. this opentable site has a nice feature for thanksgiving specials: