Enjoy Thanksgiving dinner at these 10 metro Phoenix restaurants
It’s time to eat, drink and enjoy the start of the holiday season. But if cooking isn’t your thing, don’t worry. Phoenix restaurants are ready to get the party started. Here are 10 restaurants across the valley that offer options whether you want to dine in or dine out this Thanksgiving.
If you want to have Thanksgiving at home this year, but want to skip the cooking fuss, let the professionals do the work. All Chompie locations will have traditional or mainline Thanksgiving feasts. The traditional option will serve 12 to 15 people and costs $299.99. Includes extra-large oven-roasted turkey, homemade stuffing, cranberry relish, mashed potatoes and homemade gravy, candied potatoes, homemade green beans, dinner rolls, and two 9-inch pies (one pumpkin and one apple). The basic package serves 12 to 15 people and costs $249.99. This option includes an extra-large oven-roasted turkey, homemade gravy, homemade stuffing, cranberry relish, dinner rolls, and 9-inch pumpkin or apple pies. Individual dinner options are also available for $29 per person, plus side dish orders only. Pre-order at any Chompie location. Customers can also choose to dine in from 10am to 4pm on Thanksgiving Day.
Cielo at Adero Resort Scottsdale
13225 N Eagle Ridge Drive, Scottsdale
Looking for an upscale Thanksgiving picnic with an outdoor setting? Cielo at Adero Scottsdale Resort is hosting a holiday meal called “Thanksgiving Over the Desert and Under the Stars.” The menu will feature turkey leg with fall chestnuts accompanied by sweet potatoes and vanilla bean mash, Parker House pumpkin rolls and non-traditional specialties like bacon-wrapped ham, cornbread stuffing and sausage. Desserts will also be on offer including a chocolate pot, assorted pies and a customizable caramel apple station. The meal is available on Thanksgiving Day at 11am for $90 and at 1pm for $110 per person. Optional wine pairing is $75 per person. Meals for children ages 6-12 cost $45, and meals for children under 5 are free. For reservations, call 480-333-1900.
Real food kitchen
Maybe you’ve finished your main course, but you don’t want to spend too much time on sides and dessert. True Food Kitchen will help you put the finishing touches on your meal. Through Wednesday, you can order the following for $84: one pumpkin pie, six chocolate chip cookies and two large sides with a choice of green or collard salad, roasted Brussels sprouts, honey roasted carrots, roasted seasonal vegetables, potato sticks or Onion grains. Pilaf.
STK Steak House
7134 E. Stetson Drive, Scottsdale
Stylish digs with all the fixings, anyone? If you want a special Thanksgiving meal, you can either dine in or order your own at STK Steakhouse. The dine-in package is available from November 23 to November 26 and includes roasted turkey, cornbread stuffing, sage, shallot and thyme drumsticks, sautéed green beans, maple baked sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, classic gravy and cranberry margarine. The sauce is $64 for adults and $29 for children. A slice of pumpkin pie will cost an additional $12. The take-out package for two costs $124 and the cost for one package is $64. Call 480-581-5171 for reservations or to place a quick order.
5350E. Marriott Drive
Angelo Sosa, head chef at Tia Carmen, has created a special Thanksgiving Day menu that includes chicken guisado, fresh fruit ceviche, grilled meats, omelet station, tri-leche French toast, raw bar, carving station, tri-tip kebabs, and roasted turkey. With herbs, and mesquite. Foster apples. The menu is available from 11am-5pm on Thanksgiving and the cost is $148 per adult and $39 per child ages 5-12. Call 480-293-3636 for reservations. After dinner, you are welcome to stroll through the stunning JW Marriott Resort to enjoy the stunning views or stay the night.
American Federal Grill
7000 E. Mayo Blvd
On Thanksgiving, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Federal American Grill will offer a three-course menu for $65 per person. The first course includes a choice of salad, spicy beef, fried shrimp or crab cake followed by a second course with a selection of salmon, chicken and braised short rib. Dessert is a choice of pecan and pumpkin pie or bourbon bread pudding. Thanksgiving dinner for four is also available for $165 and orders must be placed at least 48 hours in advance. Call 602-857-5555 to order.
Miracle Mile Daily
4433 N 16th Street
Thanksgiving meals are the name of the game at Miracle Mile Deli during the holiday season. Customers can pre-order dinners, sides and desserts for pickup. Highlights include a family feast serving up to six with three pounds of oven-roasted white turkey, two quarts of homemade mashed potatoes, one quart each of gravy and stuffing, coleslaw, macaroni and cheese, a pint of cranberry sauce, six rolls. Kaiser and pancake. Cost is $225. The individual dinner costs $23 and includes white meat or dark meat served with mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, rye bread and butter. Various sides are available for purchase upon request. Orders must be placed by calling 602-776-0992 by 2pm on November 21 for pickup on November 22 between 11am and 7pm.
Terra Tempe Kitchen & Spirits
11 E. 7th Street, Tempe
Chef Mario Ventura at Terra Tempe Kitchen & Spirits prepares a feast for customers on Thanksgiving Day, available from 5 to 10 p.m. The menu will highlight roasted sweet potato gnocchi with sage, followed by cinnamon pumpkin soup. Appetizers include turkey breast and turkey leg porchetta with yam puree, apple cornbread stuffing, cranberry sauce and brown butter gravy. Dessert is a white chocolate pumpkin pie or charred honey pecan tart for $18. Cost is $85 per adult and $40 for children ages 6-12. To make a reservation, call 480-968-8885.
Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen
6114 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale
Maybe you don’t want to wait until the end of the day to celebrate Thanksgiving, and who can blame you? From 11am to 4pm on Thanksgiving, Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen is serving brunch. The restaurant will feature food stations including a raw bar featuring oysters, sashimi and shrimp, and breakfast and eggs stations serving classic breakfast favorites. Dishes include butternut squash soup, porcini-glazed prime rib, pumpkin ravioli, and more. Holiday desserts include brown butter apple pie, pumpkin pie, and brioche cinnamon rolls. Breakfast and lunch cost $130 per person and $60 per child (plus gratuity and taxes). The restaurant will also be open for regular dinner hours and offering a special three-course menu for $65. The menu will include butternut squash soup, herb-and-citrus brined turkey, and pumpkin pie.
Keller neighborhood steakhouse
7212 E. Ho Home Road, Carefree
Head to Carefree for Thanksgiving at Keeler’s Neighborhood Steakhouse this year. From 1 to 7 p.m., the Thanksgiving dinner menu will be served as a three-course meal at a set price or divided into a la carte options. The first course is a choice of Caesar or Chopped Salad, French Onion, or Pumpkin Soup. Entrees include a traditional turkey dinner, slow-roasted prime rib, or sirloin steak followed by dessert options of peach cobbler, pumpkin cheesecake, or chocolate cake. The prix fix option is $75 and a children’s menu is also available. Reservations are highly recommended. Call 602-374-4784 to save your seat.
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