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Nov 10, 2013 02:43 PM

NYC Thanksgiving Dinner

My 3 teenaged kids and I have decided to spend Thanksgiving night in the city since relatives not coming this year...I needs recs for Thanksgiving dinner. My kids are adventuresome eaters- can handle anything (we do want some semblance of a traditional Thanksgiving dinner though- so no Asian, for example) and we are not limited to a particular neighborhood. I'm willing to spend up to $90 or so each, but of course, would rather spend less.

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  1. Off the top of my head:

    The Breslin: http://thebreslin.com/menu/41/thanksg...

    Freemans (They typically do Thanksgiving, can't find anything on the site yet): http://freemansrestaurant.com/Menu.html

    Prime Meats & Frankies: http://frankspm.com/

    Balthazar: http://www.balthazarny.com/

    Hearth: http://restauranthearth.com/HEARTH-Th...

    Back Forty (both E. Village and SoHo): http://backfortynyc.com/back-forty-we...

    Northern Spy: http://www.northernspyfoodco.com/2013...

    1. Anything here? There are a few other threads already too.


      1. I had Thanksgiving dinner at Keen's Chop House last year, very good. $98.00 PP if I recall. Going back again this year, if that's a good testimonial.

        1. You could check out Dovetail, it's $95 but the regular food there is wonderful, so it might be worth the little difference.

          1. Reynards at the Wythe Hotel ha a killer one prefix and it is like $ 80 dollars I think. Also great atmosphere.