There are two types of families when it comes to eating at a restaurant on Thanksgiving: Those who swear by it and those who are simply confounded. We know families in each category and can relate with both. For those of you who want the deliciousness of a Thanksgiving dinner served with a side of ultra-convenience, we’ve gathered a list of Westchester restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner for families.
Many of these spots require reservations, so don’t delay! Heading into the city for the parade? We have a list for that too.
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Red Hat on the River – Irvington
1 Bridge Street
A prix fixe Thanksgiving dinner will let you choose a three-course meal (a kids' menu will also be available). Adults are $70; kids under 12 are $30. Seatings are from 12:30-6:30pm.
Atrium at Doral Arrowwood Hotel – Rye Brook
975 Anderson Hill Road
Why choose from turkey, salmon or prime rib when you can have all three? Ensure you’ve properly stuffed yourself with the Thanksgiving buffet at Atrium, which includes picky-eater staples like chicken fingers and mac and cheese. Six seatings will be held from 12-6:30pm. Adults are $51.50; kids 4-10 are $23.50.
Sonora – Port Chester
179 Rectory Street
A three-course Latin-infused meal will be served from 1-8pm: $39 for adults and $22 for kids. Choose from four appetizers, four entrees and four desserts. Lobster and pumpkin bisque with crispy chorizo? Yes, please.
Bistro Z – Tarrytown
455 South Broadway
Bistro Z's buffet, which will include a raw bar, will be served from 12-3pm. Adults are $53; kids 4-12 are $26.50, and 4 and under are free.
Sunset Cove – Tarrytown
238 Green Street
Yet another buffet option, Sunset Grove will have a carving station with turkey, pork loin and ham, along with a pasta station and a plethora of sides. Just two seatings will be held at noon and 3pm. Adults are $50 (includes tax and gratuity); kids 4-11 are $20; 3 and under are free.
Crabtree’s Kittle House – Chappaqua
11 Kittle Road
Serving a farm-fresh Thanksgiving meal, Kittle House offers the choice of five appetizers, five entrees and five desserts. Sides of whipped potatoes, cranberry relish and creamed pearl onions are served family-style for everyone. Adults are $75; 12 and under are $45. Chicken fingers and pasta will also be available for kids for $25.
Benjamin’s Steakhouse – White Plains
610 W. Hartsdale Road
Benjamin’s will offer a special turkey dinner with sides, salad and pumpkin pie for $69.95 for adults and $34.95 for children under 10. It will also serve its traditional a la carte menu.
Peter Pratt’s Inn – Yorktown Heights
673 Croton Heights Road
A traditional Thanksgiving dinner will be served from 1-7pm. A kids’ menu is available. Pricing starts at $25.
Underhills Crossing - Bronxville
74.5 Pondfield Road
Enjoy a traditional and a "not so traditional" three-course prix-fixe meal at Underhills, which features American Nouvelle dining with a French flair. Seatings are from 12-8pm.
City Limits Diner – White Plains
200 Central Avenue
If you want to keep thing casual and go somewhere extremely kid friendly, City Limits will be serving a special Thanksgiving menu. Although not required, reservations will be taken for 1-7pm, and they are strongly recommended. Its regular menu will not be available that day.
This originally posted in 2015 and has been updated for 2017.