If planning, preparing, and cleaning up after a Thanksgiving dinner doesn’t sound like your ideal way of enjoying a holiday, there are many opportunities in the Raleigh area to let the professionals handle all the work while you get to enjoy a delicious meal with your friends and household. We’ve rounded up a collection of the best spots to enjoy a great dining experience on November 24, 2022. Take a look:
A local favorite since it opened in 1975, Irregardless was selected for a 2022 Diner’s Choice Award from OpenTable.com and is beloved by its patrons for its creative and mouth-watering menu. For Thanksgiving, Irregardless offers a dine-in menu as well as Thanksgiving Take n’ Bake for those who want the Irregardless flavor experience at home. Some delectable options include Wild Mushroom Pie, Maitake & Polenta, and Eggplant Moussaka. For both Dine-in and Take n’ Bake, you’ll need to make reservations on their website.
If you’re searching for a delicious, traditional Thanksgiving dinner this year, look no further than Perry’s. On November 23rd and 24th, they will be serving a savory holiday meal that includes your choice of Perry's Honey Crisp Apple Salad with dried cranberries, Walnuts and Maple Syrup Vinaigrette or Butternut Squash Soup, served with Pan Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean Almondine, Cranberry Relish, and Homemade Bread. It's all priced at $49 per person (+tax & gratuity) or get a to-go plate for $49 per person (+tax & handling fee).
Fleming’s Steakhouse will be offering their three-course Thanksgiving dinner starting at $53 for adults, or $25 for children. Regular dinner options will be available, but not lunch or social hour menus. On November 24, they’ll be open from 11 AM to 8 PM and you can choose from starters like Fleming's salad and bisque, as well as various entrees between $53-$78. Shareable sides include mashed potatoes; green beans with apricots and onions; cinnamon orange cranberry sauce. Desserts include harvest New York cheesecake or carrot cake!
Brio’s will have all of your favorites on Thanksgiving Day including traditional entrees, caesar or chopped salad, herbed pan gravy, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, spicy Italian stuffing, seasonal vegetables, cranberry sauce, and freshly baked focaccia bread. And then there's dessert—pumpkin pie! It’s the perfect way to end your meal. You can reserve your table to dine-in, or pre-order your Thanksgiving Feast To Go to enjoy the culinary delights at home.
Chef Jeff Seizer at Counting House says, “Thanksgiving dinner is one of my favorite meals to cook and I’d love to be able to share that with you.” Whether you’re dining at Counting House or enjoying their creations at home with their take-home meals, you get a selection of many Italian-style sides and entrees. Reserve your spot at their website.
Every year at Parizade, the Triangle Vegetarian Society hosts the “largest vegan feast in the country” and in past years, as many as 650 people have been in attendance. Prices are $48 for TVS members and $56 for non-members. Children five to ten are $20 and children under five are free. Capacity will be limited to below 600 this year, so be sure to reserve your spot before it sells out. Offerings will include wheatberry-wild rice salad with lavender-blueberry vinaigrette and cardamom pods, Cody's apple pecan kale salad with mustard vinaigrette, Meyer lemon-infused pickled beets, cabbage-cranberry bean salad with pomegranate, and roasted garlic olive oil mashed potatoes with chives. For dessert, you can choose between pumpkin pie or organic cherry crisp. Other options include an assortment of pastries, fruit, and drinks such as cider, cranberry juice, herbal tea, and shade-grown fair-trade coffee.
Sully's is ready for Thanksgiving! Sullivan’s will be open Thursday, November 24th from 11 AM to 8 PM and treat yourself to a three-course traditional dinner with all the trimmings for just $49 per person ($24 for children). They’ll also be serving the regular dinner menu, full of signature items—so come hungry! Reservations can be made at OpenTable.com.
Whether you want to celebrate with a traditional Thanksgiving dinner or simply enjoy some sides to take home, The Capital Grille has got you covered. The restaurant will be serving up traditional entrees with Brioche Stuffing, French Green Beans with Marcona Almonds and Cranberry-Pear Chutney, and Sam's Mashed Potatoes—with your choice of Pecan-Crusted Sweet Potatoes with Hot Honey or Pumpkin Cheesecake at an additional charge. Pick-up is available on November 23rd or November 24 and reservations for dining in are available online.
Happy Thanksgiving from The Coley Group!
Everyone at The Coley Group would like to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and a cozy holiday season. If you have plans to buy or sell your home in the coming year, we’re here to make the process hassle. Reach out and let us know your 2023 goals so we can help you achieve your dreams.
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