If the thought of stuffing a 12-lb. turkey, cooking up a bazillion side dishes, whipping up pumpkin pie and cleaning up your kitchen after a huge cooking-fest fills you with dread, go out to eat on Nov. 27! Ain't no shame in it. Same goes if you don't have any friends who want to invite you over to their T-giving feast.
To get a good ol' Thanksgiving meal, go to one of the many restaurants in town who are offering special menus for turkey day:
Enjoy a four-course prix-fixe Thanksgiving feast served from noon-4 p.m. and 5 p.m.-10 p.m., ($36). A la carte menu also available.
Hosting a Traditional Thanksgiving Brunch in the Ballantyne Ballroom from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Special menu includes roast turkey, country style ham, garlic mashed potatoes, pumpkin praline cheesecake, & more!
Serving a turkey dinner including all the fixings for $19.95. Full menu also available.
Thanksgiving Traditional Dinner ($19.95/adult, $8.95/child). Will also offer a regular menu.
Featuring southern regional cuisine, including smoked prime rib and cedar plank salmon with collard greens and traditional Thanksgiving favorites ($24.95/adult, $12.95/child).
Thanksgiving buffet of assorted meatss, salads, vegetables, & desserts ($22.95/adult, $10.95/child). No a la carte dining will be available.
Offering a special Thanksgiving menu.
Three-course Thanksgiving dinner featuring soup or salad, turkey, and dessert for only $45/person, $15.95/kids under twelve.
Offering an elaborate buffet brunch featuring wonderful day boat seafood items along with traditional Thanksgiving favorites, ($29.95/adult, $14.95/child).
Offering a special buffet featuring American favorites paired with traditional Thanksgiving classics, ($21.95/adult, $11.95/child under 13).