If you are spending Thanksgiving in Dallas and you’re looking for somewhere to eat, you have stumbled onto the right post. We know that cooking an elaborate meal is not at the top of everyone’s list, so why not let these chefs do it for you? We searched Dallas high and low and finally narrowed it down to these 8 delicious spots to eat at this Thanksgiving.
Located in Downtown Dallas, CBD Provisions is an upscale brasserie. This Thanksgiving, they are offering a delicious range of options on their specialty menu. For brunch (from 10am – 3pm) you can choose from a variety of menu options, plus a Thanksgiving menu. For dinner (from 3pm – 9pm) they are offering a wide selection of options and a full Thanksgiving menu. No matter what time you come, for just $35 a person, you can enjoy Chili Spice Roasted Turkey with cornbread stuffing, poultry gravy, and cranberry!
Cook Hall is located in the Victory Park W Hotel. On any other day you would normally find high-end comfort foods with custom cocktails, but this Thanksgiving they are offering something more! For $35 a person you will receive a delicious 3-course meal. Starters include a Salad or Butternut Squash soup, followed by their own Turkey Delight which includes smoked turkey, ginger spiced cranberry compote, Brussels sprout hash, and bacon braised stuffing. If you manage to make it to dinner you can enjoy Cinnamon Spiced Pumpkin Pie or Pecan Pie with ice cream!
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House
If you haven’t been to Del Frisco’s, maybe now is your chance. This fine dining steakhouse is located in Uptown and is offering a delicious Thanksgiving menu from 12pm – 8pm. For $49 per person you will enjoy a three-course prix-fixe menu that includes butternut squash soup, slow roasted turkey breast, mashed sweet potatoes, and cranberry relish.
Holy Grail Pub
For those of you looking for something more casual, check out the Holy Grail Pub in Plano. They are open from noon to 7pm and are offering a four-course meal for $35 (or $12 per kiddo)! They also have the option to add beer pairings for $15. Menu items include smoked corn chowder, roasted root vegetables, fried turkey with butter mashed potatoes, and lamb chops. You will not leave hungry!
The Mansion on Turtle Creek
If you want to go all out, head over to The Mansion for their three-course menu that is being offered for a whopping $125 per person! They have a wide variety of starters including lentil soup, lamb tartare, and fennel cured salmon. The main menu consists of organic free-range turkey, filet mignon, Parisian gnocchi and more! Once you’ve made it through the first two courses, you will get to enjoy their dessert BUFFET. Basically, it sounds worth it.
Front Room Tavern
This elegant restaurant is in the Hotel Lumen near Highland Park. On a normal day you would find gastropub fare with craft cocktails, but on Thanksgiving they are offering a mouthwatering prixe-fixe brunch and a full dinner selection. Brunch is from 11am – 3pm for $35 and dinner is from 5pm – 11pm and is $45. If you go for brunch they are offering $15 bottomless mimosas!
Located in the heart of the Design District this gastropub will be having a fun, laid back thanksgiving feast. From 10am – 3pm, Meddlesome Moth is serving up a delicious a la carte menu including a traditional turkey plate. Don’t be fooled with the basic turkey dinner, they also have a variety of other unique items like grass-fed steak frites, and bagels with creme fraiche. Don’t forget, they have 40 craft beers on tap to pair with your meal.
For those of you looking for somewhere to go this Thanksgiving in Addison, Table 13 will be serving up a 3-course menu from noon to 8pm. For $35 you can start with salad or butternut squash soup and then enjoy one of their seven specialty entrees. From turkey to filet mignon you will have plenty to choose from. Best of all, you can finish off this decedent dinner with pumpkin mousse and you’re sure to roll out the door satisfied.