Thanksgiving is quickly approaching, and if you haven’t made plans yet – don’t worry it isn’t too late! We’ve put together the NoHo Thanksgiving Guide to help you have your perfect Turkey Day, whether you want to cozy up in the apartment or go all out. Please note that a number of NoHo’s restaurants are closed on Thanksgiving.
Saxon + Parole: This beloved Bowery hotspot is hosting a wonderful Thanksgiving feast from 2:00 to 9:00 PM. Enjoy three courses and family-style sides for just $95 per person and $45 for children. Our favorite part – the pie bar. End your meal with mini pies in many flavors and as many as you want! Book your table here.
Il Buco: This Bond Street institution is offering a $115 per person, family-style meal this Thanksgiving. With incredible homemade dishes including house-made salumi, gnocci, and pasta alongside fall favorites like squash soup, this meal is sure to impress. Find more information here.
Il Buco Alimentari & Vineria: For $105 per person, enjoy a five-course meal featuring Italian fall flavors and twists on traditional Thanksgiving fare. Each table gets a number of family-style dishes like crispy brussel sprouts, broccolini, cheeses and charchuteries, alongside a delicious main course and dessert of your choosing. Book your table here.
Bessou: It’s 2019 and Friendsgiving is just as unmissable and important as the big day itself. For parties of 4 or more, enjoy a $50 per person hotpot Friendsgiving special. Inspired by traditional recipes, including four side dishes, and perfect for cold weather, this special can’t be missed! Bessou is offering this special from November 23rd to December 1st. Email them directly to make a reservation.
Dig Inn: Why limit yourself to one day of the Thanksgiving favorites, when Dig Inn is already serving favorites with their Thanksgiving Bowl! This delicious option includes turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce and more. Best of all, you can order it for catering in advance! Details are available here.
Catering: There’s absolutely nothing wrong with picking up catering a day or two before, throwing it in the oven and calling it Thanksgiving. We’ve been there. With so many options in the neighborhood to use for catering, it can be a little overwhelming. Our guide has all the information you need to choose the perfect meal for Thanksgiving – be on the lookout for Thanksgiving catering specials offered by some of our caterers. Check out the guide here.