Dine at These Westchester Restaurants for Thanksgiving

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

Been stuck at the stove for one too many meals and itching to be wined and dined for the holidays? Restaurants all across Westchester are serving up Thanksgiving menus of traditional favorites paired with unique specialties. Here are 12 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

Executive Chef Danielle Ceruzzi has prepared a tantalizing Thanksgiving Day menu that is sure to please everyone. Using freshly sourced ingredients from the Hudson Valley, this farm-to-table restaurant will offer a three-course Thanksgiving Day feast for $90 per person from noon to 6 p.m. Begin with fresh-baked pumpkin bread and cranberry relish, then choose an appetizer of seared jumbo Maine scallops, roasted squash risotto with crispy prosciutto, or a selection of salads. Entrée choices include traditional Hudson Valley turkey with chestnut stuffing, Barolo-braised short ribs, seared sea bass, and roasted local Koginut squash. Divine desserts such as warm apple tart, pumpkin mousse tart with white chocolate, and Moscato panna cotta round out the meal.

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Augustine’s Salumeria 

213 Halstead Ave, Mamaroneck; 914.315.6541

A fresh, seasonal, locally inspired menu is offered this Thanksgiving at Augustine’s Salumeria from noon to 9 p.m. Enjoy holiday specials including a chestnut soup with duck confit and a classic Thanksgiving turkey with its traditional accoutrements: mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and stuffing. Dessert is a modern take on the holiday classic: an apple crostata. The regular lunch and dinner menu will also be available.

Benjamin Steakhouse

610 W Hartsdale Rd, White Plains; 914.428.6868

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This stylish steakhouse, best known for its succulent ribeye and filet mignon, cooks up something different for the holidays. For $89 per person, guests can indulge in a Thanksgiving feast complete with the traditional turkey and stuffing. Diners can choose from an extensive appetizer menu of seasonal offerings like pumpkin soup. For dessert, choose between pumpkin pie, carrot cake, or New York cheesecake. (Thanksgiving Day, noon to 10 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 a 1790 estate begins with the choice of several elevated starters from farm squash and Honeycrisp apple bisque to organic sweet potato gnocchi or roasted organic beet salad. The turkey is apple cider-brined with herb stuffing and roasted delicata squash. Non-turkey eaters might enjoy a filet of wild striped bass or the heartier slow-braised short ribs of Hudson Valley grass-fed beef with creamy Wild Hive polenta. For the vegetarians, consider an organic cauliflower “steak” Romanesco. 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. $110/pp.

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Fogo de Chao

235 Main St, White Plains; 914.697.8600

This internationally renowned steakhouse offers traditional dishes alongside Brazilian offerings. The regular menu is accompanied by basics like roasted turkey and sweet potato casserole on this diverse Thanksgiving lineup.


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Tarrytown House Estate
49 E Sunnyside Ln, Tarrytown; 914.829.5454

Head to Goosefeather for a one-of-a-kind Thanksgiving Day meal kissed by the cuisine and flavors of Hong Kong. The menu features three chef-curated courses complemented by five family-style sides for the table; for those who can’t resist, the restaurant also serves a limited version of the regular menu featuring its “greatest hits.” Thanksgiving Day hours are 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.


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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, entrée, and dessert. Appetizers include butternut squash soup with roasted pumpkin seeds or acorn squash salad with a pomegranate dressing. Diners can try one of the similarly traditional entrees with something from the “Thanksgiving Classics” menu, served with traditional sides like stuffing, roasted sweet potatoes, and cranberry chutney. If you feel adventurous and luxurious this Thanksgiving, you also have the option of elevated entrées like pan-roasted scallops and duck leg confit. Choose from apple or pumpkin pie for dessert. Cost is $90 per adult/$30 per child.


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The Inn at Pound Ridge

258 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge; 914.764.1400

Expect a three-course menu (with near-limitless options) from noon to 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day for $188 per person ($94 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, Brussels sprouts, and gravy. For those who prefer to stray beyond the classics, dishes include the signature black truffle and fontina pizza for an appetizer, plus beef tenderloin, sesame-crusted salmon, and seared black sea bass for the main course. Desserts include traditional crowd-pleasers like spiced pumpkin pie, chocolate pecan pie with candied kumquat, and caramelized apple pie with vanilla 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 $92 per person (three 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 entrées galore, and gluten-free options sprinkled throughout the menu.

Red Horse by David Burke

221 Main St, White Plains; 914.467.5713

Celebrity chef David Burke’s newly opened restaurant, Red Horse, a modern American steakhouse and sushi bar, fuses sushi and Thanksgiving together for a dinner you will not soon forget. From noon to 7 p.m., you and your loved ones can enjoy a three-course prix-fixe menu that can satiate that Thanksgiving craving but also take you on a journey with Japanese flavors in dishes like lobster dumplings and bison short rib. Dessert is a choice between a pecan pie topped with a Chantilly whipped cream or what the restaurant calls the Tiny Dancer: a triple chocolate mousse cake with toasted almonds and Grand Marnier caramel. The meal is $85 per person; $45 for children (12 and under).


179 Rectory St, Port Chester; 914.933.0200

Sonora brings a Nuevo Latino edge to the dining table. On Thanksgiving Day, foodies can enjoy a delicious prix-fixe menu. For the first course, maybe you’re feeling the tender eggplant meatballs; for second course, the turkey with cranberry gravy and Brussels sprouts and chorizo stuffing is a must-try; or maybe the house-made pumpkin ravioli sprinkled with raisins, toasted pecans, and caramelized apples. For dessert, it’s a tough choice between dulce de leche pumpkin cheesecake, tres leches sponge cake, and flourless chocolate cake. The cost is $59 per diner; $38 per child (12 and under).


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Underhill’s Crossing

74.5 Pondfield Rd, Bronxville; 914.337.1200

Serving Thanksgiving dinner from noon until 8 p.m., this exquisite restaurant offers a Manhattan vibe in the heart of Bronxville. A chef’s tasting menu is available for $70 per person. Course one consists of candy-roasted squash soup with crisp sage. Course two is a garden greens salad served with a fall-inspired cranberry ginger vinaigrette. For the third course, a traditional roasted turkey is served, complete with chestnut and cornbread stuffing and all the fixings. Enjoy dessert as the final course; spiced pumpkin pie is on the menu. The regular dinner menu will also be available.

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