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9 Seattle Restaurants Offering Thanksgiving Dinner This Year

If you’re not a home chef or just don’t feel like cooking for Thanksgiving this year, you may be wondering which restaurant to grab a delicious turkey meal at. Luckily, there are several Seattle restaurants that offer traditional Thanksgiving fare, for both dine in and takeout. Here is a list:

Restaurants Open For Dine In

Solarium Kitchen & Bar – Bellevue

Visit this restaurant tucked away inside of Hilton Bellevue and choose between herb-roasted turkey, prime rib, or seafood for your main dish. And don’t forget to hit the dessert table which offers a chocolate fountain, pumpkin pie, and cake.

Cost: $58
Serves: 1 person

Capital Grille – Central District

Head downtown and enjoy Thanksgiving favorites such as stuffed turkey, brioche stuffing and cranberry pear chutney. And don’t forget to try a piece of pumpkin cheesecake for dessert.

Cost: $52
Serves: 1 person

Daniel’s Broiler – Bellevue, Belltown, Leschi, South Lake Union

Enjoy a four-course meal that includes delectable dishes like turkey, king salmon, ravioli, and pumpkin pie. There are multiple locations to choose from.

Cost: $75 for adults, $25 for kids
Serves: 1 person


Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar at Cedarbrook Lodge – Seatac

If you’re looking for a fancy Thanksgiving dinner option, head to Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar for a locally sourced meal featuring sablefish, venison, beef tenderloin and turkey.

Cost: $80
Serves:
1 person

Restaurants Offering Take-Out


Plum Bistro – Capitol Hill

If you’re vegan or will be entertaining guests who are, you can pick up a plant-based dinner here. Enjoy maple-glazed smoked roast seitan, house mac and yease, stuffing, cornbread, cranberry sauce, and gravy. You can even purchase a caramel apple pie separately.

Cost: $230
Serves: 5-6 people


Carillon Kitchen – Kirkland

Enjoy a feast after picking up your order at this restaurant inside of the Woodmark Hotel. Carillon’s Thanksgiving dinner includes turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, potatoes, butternut squash and Dungeness crab bisque, and pumpkin pie.

Cost: $75
Serves: 1 person


Eden Hill – Queen Anne

Here, you can enjoy a half turkey with trimmings, in addition to waldorf salad, creamed kale and garlic potatoes.

Cost: $275
Serves: 4 people


Jack’s BBQ – Sodo

If you would prefer a savory smoked turkey, you can pre-order one here. You can also purchase side dishes separately, such as beef bacon brussels sprouts, apple sage stuffing, chilled cranberry sauce, and roasted garlic mashed potatoes.

Cost: $11 per pound
Serves: One turkey serves 8-12 people


Zylberschtein’s – Pinehurst

Enjoy a delightful dinner package at this Jewish deli, located in North Seattle. Each dinner kit offers turkey breast, potatoes, gravy, brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, and rolls. You can purchase other dishes, such as smoked turkey legs or a whole pie, separately.

Cost: $30
Serves: 1 person

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