If you are looking for a great place to grab a Thanksgiving dinner in Boston this year, you have no shortage of options available to you. Here is a look at some great places to eat this year.
Café Fleuri at the Langham Hotel
Café Fleuri offers a Thanksgiving Day brunch at various times throughout the day. The menu includes cider-glazed turkey, prime ribs, Atlantic salmon, juniper roasted venison and a variety of sides. The cost is $77 per adult and $36 for children between the ages of 5 and 12. The restaurant is located at 250 Franklin Street in Boston’s Financial District.
Artison Bistro at the Ritz-Carlton
The upscale Artison Bistro offers a family-friendly dining experience with food prepared from fresh local ingredients. Offerings including roast turkey, prime rib and fresh New England seafood. Live music and dessert decorating stations are also included. Meals are served from noon to 3:30 pm, with the cost being $98 per adult and $48 per child. The Artison Bistro is located at 10 Avery Street within the Theatre District.
Beacon Hill Bistro at Beacon Hill Hotel
Beacon Hill Bistro offers a 3-course prix fix menu featuring free-range turkey roulade, oyster stew, juniper-brined ham, braised lamb and Maine salmon. Meals are served from 1:00 to 10:00 pm at a cost of $61 per person. Beacon Hill Bistro is located at 25 Charles Street in Beacon Hill.
Aura at Seaport Hotel
Aura at Seaport Hotel offers a Thanksgiving brunch featuring a wide array of food options, including roast turkey breast with cranberry sauce and plenty of kid-friendly options. The meal also features a dessert buffet with a chocolate fountain. Food is served from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at a cost of $71 per adult and $25 for children between the ages of 7 and 14. Aura is located at One Seaport Lane in the South Boston Waterfront.
Regardless of where you choose to eat your Thanksgiving dinner in Boston this year, be sure to make your reservations early. Restaurant space fills up quickly and you don’t want to be left with no place to go for your Thanksgiving feast.
Brasserie Jo at The Colonnade
The popular French restaurant of Brasserie Jo offers a traditional American Thanksgiving dinner as well as a French version consisting of slow-roasted turkey breast and turkey leg confit. Entrees cost $25 to $26, while soup is $6 and dessert is $7. Brasserie Jo is located at 120 Huntington Avenue in the Back Bay.
North 26 at Millennium Bostonian Hotel
North 26 offers a 3-course dinner as well as a buffet from noon to 5:00 pm. The cost is $35 per adult and $20 per child. North 26 is located at 26 North Street in Historic Downtown Boston.
Located in a Beacon Hill mansion, Hampshire House features a 3-course prix-fix menu that includes roast turkey, grilled beef tenderloin, oven-roasted salmon and halibut. Meals are served from noon to 6:00 pm. Hampshire House is located at 84 Beacon Street in Beacon Hill.
These are just a few of the great options available for Thanksgiving this year. Whether you are looking for an upscale dining experience, a buffet or a family-friendly affair, you are sure to find what you are looking for in Boston.