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Make Thanksgiving Reservations at These Westchester Restaurants

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Restaurants all across Westchester serve up tasty Thanksgiving menu selections of traditional favorites paired with unique specialties.

Additional reporting by Mackenzie Tatananni

Been stuck at the stove for one too many meals over the past several months, and itching to be wined and dined for the holidays? Restaurants all across Westchester are serving up Thanksgiving menus of traditional favorites paired with their unique specialties. Here are nine tempting options; just be sure to grab a reservation while you still can.

Apropos Restaurant at The Abbey Inn

900 Fort Hill Rd, Peekskill; 914.739.3546

This farm-to-table restaurant is doing things a bit differently. For $65 per person, diners can dig into an Italian-style holiday feast. Antipasti, pasta, entrees, and dessert are wonderfully presented and served family-style for parties of five or more. You can’t go wrong with seasonal favorites like squash ravioli and, of course, locally sourced turkey with potato puree, caramelized Brussels sprouts, chestnut stuffing, and natural jus. Reservations are required.

Benjamin Steakhouse

610 W Hartsdale Rd, White Plains; 914.428.6868

This stylish steakhouse, best known for its succulent ribeyes and filet mignon, cooks up something different for the holidays. For $74.95 per person, guests can indulge in a Thanksgiving feast complete with the traditional turkey and stuffing. Diners can choose from an extensive appetizer menu including seasonal offerings like pumpkin soup. For dessert, choose between pumpkin pie or apple strudel, both served with ice cream. (Thanksgiving Day only, 12 p.m. – 11 p.m.)


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Crabtree’s Kittle House Restaurant & Inn

11 Kittle Rd, Chappaqua; 914.666.8044

Offering an exquisite farm-to-table Thanksgiving extravaganza, the ethically sourced menu served within the welcoming, historic walls of this 1790 estate begins with the choice of several elevated starters from farm squash and Honeycrisp apple bisque to organic pumpkin gnocchi or duck confit with green lentils and poached pear. The turkey is apple cider-brined with herb and chestnut stuffing and roasted delicata squash. Non-turkey eaters might enjoy organic Scottish salmon or filet of striped bass, or the heartier slow-braised short ribs of Hudson Valley grass-fed beef with creamy Wild Hive polenta. Sides are traditional, served family style, and include whipped Yukon gold potatoes, smashed Crown Maple-glazed yams, green beans almondine, and cranberry relish. For dessert, expect pumpkin or pecan pie, plus the show-stopping chocolate “kit kat” crunch torte with raspberry coulis. $82/pp, Noon to 7 p.m.


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Fogo de Chao

235 Main St, White Plains; 914.697.8600

The internationally renowned steakhouse offers reinvented holiday staples with the “Full Churrasco Experience.” Basics like roasted turkey and sweet potato casserole are accompanied by surprises like Brazilian sausage on this eclectic Thanksgiving menu.


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Tarrytown House Estate
49 E Sunnyside Ln, Tarrytown; 914.829.5454

Head to Goosefeather for a southern-styled holiday dinner from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. The three-course meal costs $85 per person or $40 for kids. As for what to eat, start with something light like roasted butternut squash. For the second course, crispy fried turkey is a no-brainer. The table receives a smorgasbord of sides to share, plus apple crumble or sweet potato pie for dessert.


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Half Moon

1 High St, Dobbs Ferry; 914.693.4130

Half Moon’s a la carte menu offers your choice of appetizer and entrée, plus a dessert trio. Appetizers include duck confit terrine and charred octopus; diners can try one of the similarly luxurious entrees or opt for something off the “Thanksgiving Classics” menu, served with traditional sides like stuffing, roasted sweet potatoes, and cranberry chutney. Cost is $80 per adult or $30 per child, with reservations required.

The Inn at Pound Ridge

258 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge; 914.764.1400

The Inn serves a three-course prix fixe menu from 12-8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day for $168 per person ($84 for children under 10). The turkey traditionalists in the mix will enjoy starting with seasonal butternut squash soup, followed by roasted organic turkey with sourdough mushroom stuffing and mashed potatoes, cranberry compote, and Brussels sprouts. For those who prefer to stray beyond the classics, dishes include the signature black truffle and fontina pizza for an appetizer, plus grilled sirloin, organic cauliflower steak, and steamed black bass for the main course. Desserts include traditional crowd pleasers like spiced pumpkin pie, dark chocolate pecan pie, butterscotch pudding, and warm apple pie with cinnamon ice cream.


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Moderne Barn

430 Bedford Rd, Armonk; 914.730.0001

Dine at Moderne Barn for Thanksgiving and choose from extensive appetizer, entrée, and dessert menus. For $79 per person (three courses) or $40 for children under 12 (two courses), diners can discover traditional and inventive holiday staples. Nothing is as expected, besides the turkey, and there are options for everyone: plenty of vegetarian appetizers, meat-based entrees galore, and gluten-free options sprinkled throughout the menu.

Sea Flame Seafood & Steakhouse

709 White Plains Rd, Scarsdale: 914.874.5366

At this recently revamped den of all things meat and potatoes (exquisite marine delights, too), the Thanksgiving menu features traditional white or dark meat turkey with all the regular fixings like stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, and gravy. The whole meal will run you $34.95 pp, plus $12.95 for a pumpkin pie dessert. Of course, if none of this tickles your fancy, you can’t go wrong with steak.


179 Rectory St, Port Chester; 914.933.0200

Sonora brings a Nuevo Latino edge to the dining table. From 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, foodies can take a seat to enjoy two courses plus dessert. For first course, maybe you’re feeling the tender eggplant meatballs; for second course, the turkey with cranberry sauce and Brussels sprouts chorizo stuffing is a must-try, or maybe the homemade pumpkin ravioli sprinkled with raisins, toasted pecans, and caramelized apples . For dessert, it’s a tough choice between dulce de leche pumpkin cheesecake and Amanda’s pumpkin bread ($58 per diner, $38 per child 12 and under).


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