Although there are many things to be thankful for this year, these dining spots in Washington also made the list by offering some of the most indulgent Thanksgiving meals to help you focus more on your loved ones and less on your stove. From Turkey Day staples to opulent, multi-course dinners, the following are the top spots for Thanksgiving dining in Washington.
The Dining Room
Join The Dining Room at Salish Lodge & Spa for an evening of curated flavors and memories at its Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, Nov. 24. The dinner will feature menus for both adults and children, featuring specialty items like the rosemary-garlic prime rib, traditional Thanksgiving turkey and wild mushroom ravioli for adults and items like the tomato soup, pan-seared salmon or turkey for the little ones. Each menu finishes with indulgent desserts, with your choice of pumpkin mousse or pecan tart. The meal is $135 per adult and $40 for children. To learn more about Thanksgiving at The Dining Room, visit salishlodge.com.
An oceanside evening awaits at Semiahmoo Resort’s Thanksgiving Grand Feast on Nov. 24. The elevated buffet-style meal will feature traditional Turkey Day favorites, locally-sourced bites and decadent desserts. In addition to the fare lineup is a curated wine pairing available by glass or bottle. Dinner reservations can be made for noon, 2 p.m. or 4 p.m., starting at $77 per adult and $20 for children 12 and under. If you are looking for dinner and a stay, check out the Thanksgiving dinner package for discounted rates. To learn more about the feast at Semiahmoo Resort, visit semiahmoo.com.
The Metropolitan Grill
Spend Thanksgiving focusing on the precious time with the ones you love, and let Seattle’s Metropolitan Grill do all the work for you. The dining spot will be offering a hot and ready-to-go meal by the grill’s lead chef, offering one main of your choice, staple holiday sides, dessert and simple heating instructions. The meal serves up to four people for $195, and orders must be placed by Nov. 16. To learn more about Thanksgiving at The Metropolitan Grill, visit themetropolitangrill.com.
The annual holiday dinner at Hearth Kirkland is back, with elevated courses with traditional Turkey Day staples and opulent bites for those who aren’t turkey people. The dinner is $70 per person, beginning with small plates like the seared scallops and roasted garlic panisse; entrees featuring items like the roasted turkey, braised short rib, pan-roasted wild salmon, and many more. Be sure to save room for dessert and try the pumpkin cheesecake with a cranberry compote or enjoy the apple tart with vanilla ice cream. The indulgent dinner will only be available on Thanksgiving, from 12 to 7 p.m. To learn more about Thanksgiving at Hearth Kirkland, visit hearthkirkland.com.
Cedar + Elm
A luxe Thanksgiving dining in Washington experience awaits at Cedar + Elm in The Lodge at St. Edward Park. The destination offers a Turkey Day feast complete with a three-course, family-style meal curated by Chef Kevin Banner and his culinary team. Though the lineup is a surprise, the dinner will feature roasted-to-perfection natural artisan turkey and all of your loved one’s favorite sides. The meal is only available on Nov. 24 from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. To learn more about Thanksgiving at Cedar + Elm, visit thelodgeatstedward.com.
Join Hotel Sorrento in Seattle at its signature dining destination, Stella, for a festive Thanksgiving dinner to remember. The spot will be featuring a lineup of holiday favorites on Thursday, Nov. 24, from 2 to 5 p.m. The dinner is $85 per person, and reservations are required. To learn more about Thanksgiving at Stella, visit hotelsorrento.com/dining.
If you want a spot to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner in Washington or a hot-and-ready dinner to serve at home, STK Steakhouse has you covered. The steakhouse offers a curated Thanksgiving feast, available from Nov. 24 to Nov. 27. The dinner will feature all the holiday fixings like a roasted, free-range turkey, cornbread, stuffing, green beans, maple baked sweet potato, cranberry-orange sauce and a spiced pumpkin pie slice. Orders to be enjoyed at home must be placed by Nov. 14. Dine-in is $64 for adults and $29 for children, while takeout is $120 for two people. To learn more about Thanksgiving at STK Steakhouse, visit stksteakhouse.com.
Seattle’s Ben Paris is offering a chef-driven Thanksgiving dinner with classic Turkey Day favorites. In addition to dinner mains and sides, the meal will feature pecan bars and pumpkin cake from Ben Paris’ pastry chef, as well as hand-picked wines to pair beautifully with each plate. The meal will take place on Thanksgiving Day for $75 per person. To learn more about Thanksgiving at Ben Paris, visit benparis.com.