9 places to get in-person Thanksgiving dinner in Seattle

Nov 23 2021, 5:00 pm

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.



View this post on Instagram


A post shared by RN74 Seattle (@rn74seattle)

Treat yourself this Thanksgiving at one of Seattle’s best French restaurants, founded by world-renowned Chef Michael Mina. The restaurant is serving both in-person and takeout Thanksgiving meals.

Location: 1433 4th Avenue and Pike Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-456-7474

Plum Bistro


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Plum Bistro (@plum.bistro)

Enjoy a four-course Thanksgiving dinner at the Bistro, or order online and take the feast home. The holiday spread is fully vegan and can be enjoyed both in-restaurant and for pick-up. Those wanting to pick it up must order ahead online.

Location: 1429 12th Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-838-5333
Facebook | Instagram

Hotel Sorrento 

Hotel Sorrento is hosting a 100-year culinary homage to the 1921 Thanksgiving menu. Expect the fanciest of dishes, including oyster cocktails, Dungeness crab, turkey, steelhead, and, of course, delicious desserts.

Location: 900 Madison Street, Seattle
Phone: 800-426-1265
Facebook | Instagram

Water’s Table


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Water’s Table (@waterstablewa)

Celebrate Thanksgiving with an awesome meal and gorgeous views of Lake Washington. Yes, it’s not exactly Seattle, but trust us when we say that the view is worth the drive. The three-course meal is available both in-person and for takeout, and a kids’ prix-fixe menu is also available.

Location: 1053 Lake Washington Boulevard N, Renton
Phone: 425-207-2240
Facebook | Instagram



View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Samara (@samaraseattle) on

This year, go all out with an in-person four-course menu with vegetable, entree, and dessert choices, plus supplemental options. If you’d rather eat out, opt for the Thanksgiving Day turkey dinners or take and bake the four-course Thanksgiving dinner at home.

Location: 6414 32nd Avenue NW, Seattle
Phone: 206-946-6997
Facebook | Instagram

13 Coins Restaurant

13 Coins is serving up a traditional three-course menu with soup, turkey, and all the fixings, and, of course, pumpkin pie with whipped cream. The dinner is available for dine-in or takeout.

Location: 255 S King Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-682-2513
Facebook | Instagram

Goldfinch Tavern

Executive Chef Michael Grande and his culinary team are excited to treat you to a three-course brunch with everything from apple cinnamon pancakes and slow-roasted turkey to rosemary salt-crusted prime rib.

Location: 99 Union Street, Seattle
Facebook | Instagram

The Woodmark Beach Cafe

The Woodmark is worth the drive to Kirkland. Chef Brian Doherty has created an innovative, seasonally influenced menu for Thanksgiving. Choose an appetizer, entree, and dessert. There’s even a special menu just for kids.

Location: 1200 Carillon Point, Kirkland
Phone: 425-822-3700
Facebook | Instagram

Cafe Flora


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Cafe Flora (@cafefloraveg)

Cafe Flora is offering their vegetarian Thanksgiving meal for indoor and outdoor dining this year. Unfortunately, they won’t be making the feast available for takeout. Reservation slots are available Thursday, November 25 from 1 to 5 pm.

Location: 2901 E Madison Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-325-9100
Facebook | Instagram

Alyssa TherrienAlyssa Therrien

+ Dished