Where can you have Thanksgiving dinner in Philly?
This Thanksgiving some of the city’s restaurants will prepare and serve tempting holiday meals, ranging from sit-down, multi-course meals to catering and do-it-yourself offerings that take the work out of preparing a lavish feast for friends and family.
Bridget Foy’s is open for Thanksgiving and accepting reservations from 1 to 7 p.m. The $28 meal includes turkey, stuffing, brussels sprouts, sweet potato and cranberry compote. Non-traditional Thanksgiving entrees will also be available.
Stephen Starr’s brasserie Parc on Rittenhouse Square will also remain open for the holiday, offering a French-inspired menu complemented with a traditional American turkey dinner. Thanksgiving dinner will be available all day for $38 per person.
Located in Center City, the Irish Pub will open its doors on Thanksgiving at 11 a.m. just in time to watch the Eagles play at 12:30 p.m. Guests who stay for all four quarters will receive 20 percent off of their bill during the game. Thanksgiving dinner is served at 4 p.m. and both roast turkey and honey glazed ham are on menu.
Brauhaus Schmitz will offer a decadent whole roasted goose holiday dinner through Dec. 20. For $60 per person, plus tax and gratuity, diners will enjoy a warm mug of Gluhwein, mulled red wine scented with holiday spices, and ample roasted goose, stuffed with pretzel-apple-sage stuffing that nicely complements the richly flavored meat.
Guests can also complement their meal with a hearty German beer from Brauhaus’ comprehensive list; with more than 30 selections on draught and 90 bottles, there are ample pairing options for the festive meal. The whole roasted goose is available with 48 hours advance notice for parties of 8 or more guests.