Feeling festive but not really in the mood to spend all day in the kitchen whipping up a Thanksgiving spread? Palm Beach County’s eateries have you covered. In a year marked by adaption, we are giving thanks for the area restaurants that will take care of the cooking for us.
This Datura Street staple will curate a delectable holiday feast for diners to enjoy in a socially distanced setting at the restaurant or take to go. Chef-owner Julien Gremaud created a three-course menu (with vegetarian and vegan-friendly options) featuring delights like curried cauliflower, warm pumpkin soup, and stuffed zucchini blossoms to start. For the main event, select from a traditional Thanksgiving dinner complete with mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, and cranberry sauce, or more inventive fare like grilled hangar steak or vegetable risotto. For a slice of autumnal flavor, dig into a fresh pecan pie for dessert. Dinner costs $65 for two, $130 for four, and $260 for eight. Dine-in reservations are encouraged. Call 561-623-0822 to reserve a table or Thanksgiving meal to go.
Thanksgiving with a little Parisian panache? Count us in! Pistache will treat locals to a delectable three-course prix fixe menu from 2 to 8 p.m. French favorites like Burgundy escargot, autumn squash salad, and beef bourguignon will be available, along with classic turkey with trimmings like chestnut brioche stuffing, butter sweet potato puree, and cranberry and orange chutney. For families who would like to dine at home, Pistache will prepare the holiday feast for guests to take to go (pre-order by Friday, November 20). In-restaurant dining begins at $75 per person and to-go packages start at $150 for up to four people. Call 561-833-5090 to reserve a table or Thanksgiving meal to go.
Batch New Southern Kitchen & Tap in West Palm Beach will serve up Thanksgiving classics with quintessential Southern twists including turkey, stuffing waffles, and pumpkin pie for guests to enjoy in the dining room. Batch will also have their dinner menu available, featuring Florida Gulf oysters, St. Louis ribs, bourbon-maple salmon, and the crowd-favorite chicken and waffles. Call 561-708-0000 to reserve a table.
The Palm Beach Gardens steak house’s executive chef, Tommy Nevill, and his dedicated team have been hard at work perfecting the resto’s three-course Thanksgiving spread, and the results are scrumptious. Diners can start off with a III Forks salad with Granny Smith apples, blue cheese, and toasted pecans or the savory tenderloin tomato soup, made from roasted plum tomatoes and sweet basil slowly simmered in tenderloin stock. Nevill’s elevated take on the Thanksgiving turkey is spice-rubbed and accompanied by “Grandma’s” gravy, cranberry-orange relish, sausage sage cornbread dressing, creamed potatoes, maple-glazed yams, and roasted fall vegetables. For diners looking for a nontraditional main, the kitchen will cook up a roasted Midwest beef tenderloin or a Vermont maple-glazed Atlantic salmon. Satisfy a holiday sweet tooth with pumpkin pie, Kentucky bourbon chocolate pecan pie, or Maker’s Mark pecan bread pudding. Call 561-630-3660 or visit the website to reserve a table.
Indulge in a three-course dinner and stunning Intracoastal views at the Waterstone Resort and Marina’s Thanksgiving dinner at Boca Landing from 3 to 7 p.m. Feast on holiday staples like pumpkin bisque, hand-carved turkey, roasted stuffed acorn squash, honey-glazed ham, and pumpkin pie. Dinner costs $55 for adults and $25 for children ages 10 and younger (free for children younger than 2). A 7 percent tax and 20 percent service charge will also be added to all parties. Advance dine-in reservations are required and can be made by calling Waterstone at 561-368-9500 or emailing email@example.com.
Galley at the Hilton West Palm Beach will set a festive scene for Thanksgiving dinner from 3 to 10 p.m. The bistro-style eatery’s holiday menu includes playful takes on mainstays like butternut squash soup with goat cheese, marshmallows, and caramelized pepitas; stuffed turkey breast with cranberry, pecan, turkey bacon, and gravy; salmon with carrot purée, carrot salad, and salsa criolla; and pumpkin brulée cheesecake for dessert. Guests can also take the Thanksgiving selections to go. Dinner costs $65 per person and $23 for children younger than 12 years. Reserve a table on OpenTable or by calling 561-231-6100. All to-go orders must be placed by 5 p.m. on Monday, November 23.
The Ben’s stylish chophouse is dialing up the festivity with a delightful prix fixe Thanksgiving menu for $68 per person. The holiday menu boasts butternut squash soup with Florida orange crème fraiche and candied pumpkin seeds to start; sweet-tea brined turkey with accompaniments of cornbread and foie gras stuffing, boniato mousseline, braised collard greens, and traditional giblet gravy; and carrot cake with pumpkin crème cheese frosting. Reserve a table online or by calling (561) 655-4001.