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Here’s Where to Eat Out on Thanksgiving in Westchester

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Several restaurants across Westchester serve up Thanksgiving Day menus of traditional favorites paired with unique specialties.

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? Several restaurants across Westchester are serving up Thanksgiving Day menus of traditional favorites paired with their unique specialties. Here are six tempting options; just be sure to grab a rezzy while you still can.


900 Fort Hill Rd, Peekskill; 914.739.3546
For $70 pp, dive into a four-course menu at this contemporary American restaurant overlooking the Hudson River, with dishes like spice-roasted root vegetables with yogurt, rye crisps, and toasted cumin dressing; Hudson Valley turkey with potato puree, caramelized Brussels sprouts, and fennel stuffing, and olive oil cake with fruit mostarda and stracciatella gelato for dessert. 

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Benjamin Steakhouse

610 W Hartsdale Rd, White Plains; 914.428.6868
One of Westchester’s most prominent steakhouses is offering a simple, yet tasty prix-fixe menu this Thanksgiving for $69.95 per person. Start off with either a puree of pumpkin soup or arugula salad, and a Thanksgiving turkey for the main course, alongside stuffing, roasted yams, potatoes au gratin, and cranberry relish. To wrap it up: pumpkin pie topped with vanilla ice cream. 


721 Main St, New Rochelle; 914.637.3777
Dubrovnik offers the best of authentic Croatian cuisine paired with standard Thanksgiving favorites. Starters include butternut squash soup, pumpkin and cheese strudel, and a traditional octopus salad. For the main course, enjoy a classic rotisserie turkey, grilled salmon, or filet mignon, with apple strudel for dessert.


49 E Sunnyside Ln, Tarrytown; 914.829.5454
This Hong Kong-inspired restaurant has special Thanksgiving Day hours from 2 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. and is offering a unique spin on traditional Thanksgiving favorites. Enjoy a three-course prix-fixe menu with dishes such as a roasted mushroom and chestnut soup with glazed bacon and crispy shallots, slow-roasted turkey breast with maître d’hôtel butter and roasted garlic, and classics like a cinnamon crumble with vanilla ice cream for dessert.

Moderne Barn

430 Bedford Rd, Armonk; 914.730.0001
This upscale and comfortable eatery offers a global take on American cuisine, and for $75 pp enjoy a Thanksgiving meal with a wide array of options. Start off with burrata or lobster bisque, topped with house-made brioche croutons. For entrees, try the butternut squash risotto or the house-made ricotta gnocchi. Finish off with classics for dessert, like pumpkin cheesecake or pecan pie.

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 is served a la carte, starting with a choice of salad (go for the Hampton chopped, IMO) or puree of pumpkin soup, followed by traditional turkey with all the regular fixins like stuffing, mashed potatoes, roasted yams, and cranberry relish. To end the feast, pumpkin pie with vanilla and chocolate ice cream. The whole meal will run you $49.95 pp, or $20.95 for kids.


179 Rectory St, Port Chester; 914.933.0200
For $58 pp (or $28 per child), enjoy a range of options including starters like shrimp and mango tequila ceviche or a lobster bisque. For the main course, homemade pumpkin ravioli with raisins, toasted pecans, and caramelized apples, or braised short ribs with goat cheese mashed potatoes in a rioja reduction. End the evening with a dulce de leche pumpkin cheesecake or flourless chocolate cake. 

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