Every Thanksgiving dinner should be unforgettable—and thanks to Washington’s abundant dining options, now it can be super easy too. Here are some of the best Thanksgiving dining spots this year.
This Thanksgiving at Hearth, guests can indulge in a Pacific Northwest-inspired four-course menu for family members of all ages. Those looking to dine-in can cozy up next to the wood fire oven; those looking to enjoy Hearth’s offerings at home can also order holiday staples to-go with the available take-out option. Four-course dine-in meal options are $55 per person and $50 per person for takeout; children 12 and under are $25. Menu options include slow-braised Painted Hills short rib, kabocha squash soup and pumpkin tartelette. If interested, be sure to pre-order for takeout by Tuesday, Nov. 24. For more information, visit www.hearthkirkland.com.
Packers Kitchen & Bar
Packers Kitchen + Bar boasts a unique seaside dining experience—perfect for an unforgettable Thanksgiving dinner—and an a la carte meal that innovates classic Thanksgiving favorites. The menu offerings include maple-cured pork loin, butternut squash ravioli and roasted pepper and sweet potato soup. Reservations are required, and preorders for takeout must be submitted by Tuesday, Nov. 24. For more information, visit www.semiahmoo.com.
Water’s Table serves up award-winning farm-to-table fare and lakefront views—that are inspired by the Pacific Northwest’s expansive waterfront views, no less. This Thanksgiving, guests can enjoy Water’s Table three-course Thanksgiving Dinner prix fixe, which includes poached shrimp, brown sugar cured king salmon, and an apple tart with vanilla ice cream. The Thanksgiving Dinner prix fixe is $70 and is available for dine-in only. For more information, visit www.waterstable.com.
This Bellevue-favorite is set to serve a three-course traditional Thanksgiving dinner, which includes a starter, entrée/sides, and dessert for $43.99—or $24.99 for kids 12 and under. Reservations are recommended for parties of six or more. For more information, visit www.13coins.com.
The classic-meets-modern ristorante is offering a flavorful and traditional four-course meal complemented by a handful of holiday classic favorites like an apple fall salad, roasted turkey, and a decadent apple crumble. This $80, four-course meal comes with a two-glass wine pairing, and is available for dine-in only. For more information, visit www.stellaseattle.com.
Matts’ Rotisserie & Oyster Lounge
Enjoy an unforgettable meal at Matts’ Rotisserie & Oyster Lounge this Thanksgiving, with unique holiday offerings paired along menu staples. Takeout family meals range from $95 to $250. The prime rib dinner with sides and dessert serves four people and is $95. The Thanksgiving dinner with sides and dessert, which serves two to six people, ranges from $95 to $250. For more information, visit www.mattsrotisserie.com.
The Dining Room
This year, The Dining Room has cultivated a rich dinner menu that’s sure to make your Thanksgiving as delicious as it will be easy. This dine-in only, three-course meal includes chanterelle soup, rosemary-garlic prime rib and pecan pie with bourbon ice cream. The meal is priced at $110 per person, and an additional wine pairing is $39 per person. The Dining Room also has a separate menu for the kiddos that includes vegetable crudité, Thanksgiving turkey and pumpkin pie, all at only $35 for children 10 and under. For more information, visit www.salishlodge.com.