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Dine With Us This Thanksgiving!

December 04, 20232 min read

So you're in town visiting, and looking for a killer traditional Thanksgiving feast. Or maybe you're a local, and just can't face all the fuss that goes into making the meal to end meals, not to mention the enormous cleanup...on top of keeping track of the ever-changing dietary needs of your entire family. (I mean, when did Aunt Nancy become a vegan?)

Let us do the work for you! We can guarantee that there's something for everyone and you won't have to as much as touch a sponge. Plus we swear we won't talk religion or politics, ask you why you're not married yet, or compare you to your successful cousin Roger. Promise.


For the table, Chef Yoel Cruz starts you off with grilled cranberry pecan bread with pumpkin sage butter. Appetizers include roasted butternut squash soup, jumbo crab cakes, and endive salad and an Autumn harvest mixed salad.


For the main course, traditionalists can dig into the whole works: an organic Hudson Valley turkey (White or dark meat? You choose.). Homemade gravy, seven grain stuffing, cranberry relish and your choice of garlic mashed potatoes or sweet potato purée. (Yes, please.)


Not into the traditional Thanksgiving fare? No problem. Fish lovers can enjoy a coriander crusted salmon in a citrus soy sauce with a coconut and wakame rice timbale and shiitake mushrooms. Meat fans can tuck into venison loin in a juniper au jus, with wilted Swiss chard, roasted sweet potatoes and shiitake mushrooms or a herb-crusted rack of lamb in a rosemary wine au jus with a potato and leek galette, lardons, and charred brussels sprouts.


Vegetarians won't be left out, either. (You hear that, Aunt Nancy?) A vegetarian plate of mixed sides is available upon request.

And of course we can't forget dessert. Pastry Chef Alana Ford has outdone herself with pumpkin and pecan pies-- traditional, but much better than you or anyone in your family can probably make, because she's fancy like that. Chocolate lovers will be in heaven with her chocolate mousse cake with bitter chocolate ice cream, topped with chocolate/caramel sauce and chopped Heath bar crumbles. Various flavors of gelato and sorbet and a key lime pie will also be available.


The prix fixe dinner is $75 per person. Not bad, huh?


So come and dine with us. We'll feed you until you're about to bust, then take care of the clean-up. And, oh, we won't make you sit at the kids' table. (And if you're a local? Check out the $60 prix fixe dinner to go.)


Head here for a reservation!

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