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Dine-In Options This Thanksgiving

18 November 2016

Are you looking to skip the green bean casserole and let someone else do the dishes this Thanksgiving? Here’s our short list of great dine-in options for Thanksgiving:

1) 5Church

Chef Jamie Lynch is prepping a 3-course prix fixe menu this turkey day. Go ahead and make a reservation if roasted turkey breast with mushroom stuffing, seared sea scallops or 9-layer chocolate cake sound enticing to you. (Adults $35/person; Children $17/person)

2) Cibo E Beve

Whether you opt for Thanksgiving lunch or dinner, Cibo E Beve will be serving their feast from noon- 6pm! Dine with Sandy Springs staple and taste their variety of meats (roasted turkey breast, lamb, pan roasted salmon or braised brisket) with classic sides like sweet potato casserole and sausage dressing. (Adults $49.50/person; Children $20/person)

 

Photo by Cibo E Beve

Photo by Cibo E Beve

3) Del Frisco’s

Del Frisco’s is providing the best of both worlds this Thanksgiving Day! Choose from their prix-fixe menu of traditional holiday foods or order from their full everyday menu. They’re open from 11am-8pm, so just in case you want back-to-back meals. ($39/person)

Photo by Del Frisco's

Photo by Del Frisco’s

 

4) Maggiano’s

Try saying: four-course family style feast 5 times fast! That’s exactly what Maggiano’s is serving next Thursday. Stick with a traditional roast turkey or dive in to some of their Italian classics like baked ziti, spaghetti and meatballs and more. (Adults $39.95/person; Children $17.95/person)

 

5) Oak Steakhouse

Every traditional turkey day food is on the Oak Steakhouse menu this year. Indulge on the one day of the year you’re encouraged to eat so much you fall asleep. ($45/person)

 

Photo by Oak Steakhouse

Photo by Oak Steakhouse

6) The Shed at Glenwood

Pack your plate with all the Thanksgiving goods when you make a reservation at The Shed at Glendood! There are no portions to hold you back from all the turkey, mac n cheese, Brussels sprouts, corn souflee, pumpkin pie (and more!) that you want to eat. (Adults $45/person; Children $20/person)

 

7) Southern Art

Southern Art’s Thanksgiving brunch menu is something to be reckoned with. There is a category for everyone- from bakery to carving stations, breakfast to seafood. You’ll be thrilled the food is unlimited when it tastes this good. (Adults $79/person; Children $40/person)