If you’re looking for a traditional Thanksgiving meal in the DMV, you have a ton of options. Here is a list of restaurant groups and chains with multiple locations that will be serving up turkey feasts this Thursday!
From a la carte dishes for under $15 per person to a prix fixe menu fit for a king, several DMV restaurant groups are offering delicious Thanksgiving meals. Forward this list to anyone who needs to make last-minute plans or someone who just really likes turkey!
Known for its raw bar and great happy hours, Clyde’s also does amazing holiday meals. This year, they will be serving a roast turkey dinner for $28.99 per person ($16.99 for children under 10) with turkey, sausage-sage stuffing, mashed potatoes, glazed sweet potatoes, green beans, gravy, cranberry sauce, and your choice of apple, pecan, or pumpkin pie. A vegetarian butternut squash ravioli will be $17.59, and an applewood-smoked ham dinner will be $18.99. Visit the Clyde’s website to find your nearest location (Virginia, D.C., and Maryland) and make reservations.
2. McCormick & Schmick’s
The Thanksgiving dinner at McCormick &Schmick’s looks amazing: butternut squash bisque or walnut mixed greens, cornbread stuffing, apple squash casserole, mashed potatoes and gravy, turkey, seasonal vegetables, and cranberry sauce. Bonus, they also have all of that great fresh seafood if you’re looking for something a little different! Visit the McCormick & Schmick’s website to find your nearest location and make reservations.
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3. Ruth’s Chris
The 3-Course Thanksgiving Feast at Ruth’s Chris features roasted turkey, your choice of soup or salad, sausage and herb stuffing, one signature side (sweet potato casserole, creamed spinach, or mashed potatoes), and a dessert duo, all for $39.95. Check the Ruth’s Chris website to see if your location still has reservations!
4. Cracker Barrel
If I wasn’t cooking, this is where I would go for my Thanksgiving dinner, no question! This year, the Homestyle Turkey ‘n Dressing meal is $12.99 per adult, $7.99 per child and includes roast turkey, gravy, a slice of sugar-cured ham, sweet potato casserole, cranberry side, one country side, a beverage, biscuits or corn muffins, and a slice of pumpkin casserole. Bonus, you can also try the new salted caramel nut ice cream on your pie for no charge! Check the Cracker Barrel website for the location near you.
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This neighborhood favorite will have Thanksgiving in the form of its Roasted Turkey and Stuffing entree, complete with a vegetable side, cranberry sauce, and gravy. Add some bright green Grinch-inspired pancakes for a bit of holiday cheer or add on one of their delicious desserts! Check the IHOP website to see what hours your local restaurant will be open.
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If you’re looking for fancier, D.C.-based options, take a look at this article on where to find Thanksgiving dinner in the city.
Have you ever had Thanksgiving dinner at any of the restaurants listed? What were some of your favorite dishes? Did we miss one of your favorite Thanksgiving dinner restaurants? Let us know in the comments below!