Westchester's 2014 Thanksgiving Dining Guide

Whether you prefer the traditional turkey meal or not, these restaurants are sure to have something for everybody on Thanksgiving. Get your reservations now!

Peter Pratt’s Inn

This culinary gem dates back to 1780 and is located in a scenic 18th century colonial barn just outside of Yorktown Heights. A traditional thanksgiving dinner will be served for hungry families from 1 to 7 pm while a la carte alternatives as well as a children’s menu will be available with mains starting at $25.

673 Croton Heights Rd
Yorktown Heights
(914)962-4090; prattsinn.com

Hudson at Haymount House

This estate in Briarcliff Manor depicted the “Tara Plantations” in 1939 classic Gone With the Wind but has since been refurbished and is today a superb farm-to-table dining location. With spectacular views of the Hudson, Haymount House offers an extensive Thanksgiving menu ($65/adults, $32.50/children), featuring such delicacies as roasted, all-natural heritage Turkey, roasted Brussels sprouts with apple wood-smoked bacon, and home-made cranberry-orange sauce.

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23 Studio Hill Rd
Briarcliff Manor
(914)502-0080; haymounthouseny.com

Crabtree’s Kittle House

Located in yet another building that dates back to the 18th century, Crabtree’s Kittle House in Chappaqua has been serving Thanksgiving dinners accompanied by world-class wines for the past 30 years ($65/pp). The dinner mantles a progressive edge and last year’s menu included a terrine of Hudson Valley duck confit, seared diver sea scallops and pan roasted Chatham cod.

11 Kittle Rd
Chappaqua
(914)666-8044; kittlehouse.com

Campagna at Bedford Post

For the curious trendsetter, Campagna (set to open on November 1), will host its first annual Thanksgiving dinner. The menu has not yet been disclosed but will be overseen by Bedford Post’s very own award-winning chef Michael White.

954 Old Post Rd
Bedford
(914)234-7800

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Read more about these restaurants in our Thanksgiving dining feature from Westchester Magazine’s November issue.


The Beehive

For a price-friendly alternative, Armonk’s Beehive offers a traditional prix fixe for $23.95, including classic dishes such as stuffed tom turkey, roasted autumn vegetables and cranberry sauce. The restaurant also offers an extensive “Thanksgiving Take Out Feast” for those that wish to stay at home.

30 Old Route 22
Armonk
(914)756-0688; beehive-restaurant.com

Morgan’s Publick House

If you’re on a budget, Morgan’s in Tappan offers a four-course meal for $18.95, with choices ranging from Miloski Farms turkey to striped bass, accompanied by a children’s menu for family convenience.

79 Old Tappan Rd
Tappan, New York
(845)365-3653

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Chutney Masala

Bored by the same old traditional turkey feast? Irvington’s Chutney Masala offers a few holiday-inspired Punjab dishes, such as Tandoori turkey chaat, along with their flavor-filled regular menu.

4 W Main St
Irvington
(914)591-5500; chutneymasala.com

Restaurant 1915 at Bear Mountain Inn

Located inside of the rustic, half-timbered Bear Mountain Inn in Tomkins Cove, Restaurant 1915 will serve a traditional Thanksgiving buffet ($44.95/adults, $18.95 children) from 11:30 am – 3 pm, featuring such classics as sweet potato casserole and roasted all-natural turkey. For the latecomers, the restaurant will also – for the first time ever – feature a Thanksgiving a la Carte menu from 4 pm, serving such delicacies as crab-cake crusted wild-striped bass and pumpkin and kale cannoli. Entrees starting at $10.

Seven Lakes Dr,
Tomkins Cove
(845)786-2731; visitbearmountain.com/dining