5 places to treat yourself to a fancy Thanksgiving dinner

Nov 26 2019, 11:16 am

While cooking a Thanksgiving dinner is not everyone’s cup of tea, it’s undeniable that eating a great Thanksgiving platter fills you with unparalleled satisfaction.

If you don’t have time for cooking or simply aren’t in the mood this year, treat your friends and family to one of these Thanksgiving feasts.



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Treat yourself this Thanksgiving at one of Seattle’s best French restaurants founded by world-renowned Chef Michael Mina. Enjoy a three-course tasting menu prepared by Executive Chef Shawn Applin, with wine pairings available from Wine Director Jeff Lindsay-Thorsen. The three-course dinner menu features a choice of turkey, lobster, duck breast, scallops, or potato gnocchi as your main.

Thanksgiving hours: 5 pm to 9:30; reservations are suggested
Location: 1433 4th Avenue and Pike Street, Seattle
Pricing: Set menu: $80 per person; $45 and $65 optional beverage pairings; $45 children’s menu is available for ages 5-12
Phone: 206-456-7474

Plum Bistro


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Enjoy a four-course Thanksgiving dinner at the Bistro, or order online and take the feast home. The holiday spreads come in three vegan options: The Chef’s Table with a maple glazed seitan roast, The Farmer’s Daughter with peppered tofu steak, and The Harvest Festival, a gluten-free frilled sausage with harissa sauce, lentils, and riced cauliflower date pilaf. Each course also comes with a starter, appetizer, and dessert.

Thanksgiving hours: 5 to 9 pm Sunday to Thursday; 5 to 10 pm on Fridays; 4 to 10 pm on Saturdays; reservations are required
Location: 1429 12th Avenue, Seattle
Pricing: $70 for The Chef’s Table; $67 for The Farmer’s Daughter; $65 for The Harvest Festival
Phone: 206-838-5333



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Head over to Hotel Theodore for a holiday meal prepared by Chef Dan Mallahan. Enjoy a holiday turkey sandwich on rustic sourdough, or opt for a $55 Thanksgiving Day Platter consisting of a smoked, fried turkey leg, mushroom stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, brussels sprouts, and RIDER pull-aparts. Their regular menu will also be on offer.

Thanksgiving hours: 5 pm to 10 pm; reservations are suggested
Location: 619 Pine Street, Seattle
Pricing: À la carte menu
Phone: 206-859-4242



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Enjoy a traditional four-course dinner featuring shared snack plates of smokey duck pâte, fire-roasted olive tapenade, two kinds of cheese, crispy chicken skins, and more. Then choose between two types of vegetables, a main of king salmon, kabocha squash, or turkey, and three types of dessert.

Thanksgiving hours: 1 to 7 pm; reservations are suggested
Location: 6414 32nd Avenue NW, Seattle
Pricing: $65 per person
Phone: 206-946-6997



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What better place to celebrate Thanksgiving than at a restaurant that aims to create an environment of human connection and quality time through each meal? Their menu will consist of three courses, with optional celeriac soup or kale and pear salad. The second course will feature roasted turkey, roasted salmon, roasted squash, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, spinach gratin, and traditional stuffing. Their dessert course includes pecan pie and pumpkin pie.

Thanksgiving hours: 7 am to 10 pm Monday to Friday; 8 am to 10 pm on weekends
Location: 110 Stewart Street, Seattle
Pricing: $90+ for adults; $40+ for children under 12; $45+ for optional beverage pairings
Phone: 206-512-1097
**You must contact Conversation directly at [email protected] or call 206-512-1097 to reserve your seat at the table**