Located in the Manor House of The Sanford House Inn & Spa, Restaurant 506 is serving a multi-course lunch from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. One opener, the Roasted Butternut Squash Bisque, comes topped with crème fraiche and chives. The entrees offer creative takes on traditional Thanksgiving fare and are $55 per adult and $15 for kids. Be sure to save room for dessert options: Pumpkin Custard and Caramelized Apple Tarts.
Humperdinks on Greenville Avenue, which also has a location near Six Flags in Arlington, is serving up a Thanksgiving feast: turkey, gravy, handmade stuffing, green beans, sweet yams, cranberry sauce and a side of pecan or pumpkin pie. You can also head to The Mansion Restaurant for a prix-fixe Thanksgiving menu ($125 for adults, $60 for children 5 – 12), featuring dishes like Roasted Organic Heritage Turkey and Rosewood Wagyu Ribeye.
Another Dallas favorite, Fearings, is offering a delicious Thanksgiving dining option that’s $125 for adults, $35 for kids and $75 for vegetarian options. If you’re in the Design District, stop by Meddlesome Moth for brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., where they’ll be serving a turkey plate for $25 in addition to a-la-carte brunch offerings. Last but not least, CBD Provisions will be open and serving their regular menu as well as Thanksgiving specials.
Buttons will be serving a traditional Thanksgiving meal from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at a reasonable price: $32 for adults and $15 for kids 10 and under. Downtown, you can brunch it up at Bird Cafe with fun Turkey Day menu items like Honey Glazed Ham Shank and Toasted Pumpkin Pancakes. Del Frisco’s Grille (also located in Dallas) has a Thanksgiving prix-fixe menu: butternut squash soup or salad, slow-roasted turkey and pumpkin cheesecake or pecan pie for dessert.
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Hannah’s off the Square has been providing upscale comfort food for Dentonites and visitors for 16 years. Diners will be treated to a family-style Thanksgiving dinner of smoked Cornish hen, garlic mashed potatoes, stuffing with chestnuts and sage, gravy, cranberry and pecan relish, butternut squash with brown sugar and sage, green beans, bacon-roasted brussels sprouts, traditional cranberry sauce and homestyle macaroni and cheese. Prix-fixe prices are $89 for adults and $30 per child. Reservations are required.
Copeland’s will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., serving their signature entrees as well as a special Thanksgiving “Pilgrim’s Platter”. If you’re looking for a quick turkey option to bring home, they’re also offering Cajun Fried Turkey that you can order in advance (at least 24 hours prior) and pick up on Thanksgiving Day.
Gather your family and friends at Holy Grail Pub for delicious Turkey Day dining ($40 for adults, $12 for children under 12). You’ll get to enjoy a four-course meal featuring bites like Smoked Corn Chowder, Fried Turkey Breast and Pumpkin Pie Cheescake. Love craft brews? Add a four-course beer pairing to your holiday meal for an extra $15 per person. Princi Italia, which also has a location in Dallas, will be open from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. serving up a special menu for a set price of $42, including tasty dishes like Housemade Spaghetti with Lobster Tail.
Cowboys fans will love celebrating Thanksgiving Day at CityWorks, located at the Star in Frisco (Dallas Cowboys Headquarters). Here you’ll find a Thanksgiving Buffet that includes Slow Roasted Prime Rib for $30 or Herb Roasted Turkey for $25, along with a variety of sides like Bourbon Glazed Carrots and Candied Sweet Potato Mash. They also have 28 HDTVs—perfect for watching the Cowboys play at 3:30 p.m.
Bonnie Ruth’s Neighborhood Restaurant is also serving up a fantastic Thanksgiving menu ($45 for adults, $15 for kids 10 and under), including favorites like Oven Roasted Turkey, Creamed Corn and Pumpkin Cupcakes for dessert. Not in the mood for a classic Turkey Day meal? You can find authentic Italian cuisine at Bucca di Beppo (also located in Dallas and Southlake) or stick with tradition and take part in their Thanksgiving Feast.