10 Westchester Restaurants Open for Thanksgiving 2019
For those who want the deliciousness of a Thanksgiving feast served with a side of ultra-convenience, we’ve gathered a list of Westchester restaurants serving turkey with all the trimmings on the big day. Many of these spots require reservations, so don’t delay!
121 Restaurant – North Salem
121 will serve up a family-style feast from noon–8pm on Thanksgiving Day. Turkey and ham are the main attractions, and sides include mashed potatoes, jalapeño cornbread, creamed spinach, carmelized Brussels sprouts, stuffing, and lots more. The dessert lineup features apple crisp, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, and white chocolate brownies. Adults are $59.95; kids under 10 are $25.
Atrium at Doral Arrowwood Hotel – Rye Brook
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 noon–6:30pm. Adults are $68.50; kids 4-10 are $32.
Book a table at Benjamin Steakhouse in White Plains for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner without the cleanup. Photo courtesy of the restaurant
Benjamin Steakhouse – White Plains
The famous steakhouse will focus on poultry for the day with a traditional turkey dinner with sides, salad, and pumpkin pie for $69.95 per person.
City Limits Diner – White Plains
If you want to keep thing casual and go somewhere extremely kid-friendly, City Limits will be serving a special Thanksgiving menu. In addition to the traditional turkey, entrees include lobster ravioli, beef Wellington, and braised lamb shank. Although not required, reservations will be taken for 1-7pm, and they are strongly recommended. Its regular menu will not be available that day.
Harvest on Hudson – Hastings
Enjoy a four-course Thanksgiving feast, including turkey, ham, and prime rib, plus six traditional sides. Kids can opt to partake in the feast or choose pizza or pasta. Adults are $68; kids are $25.
Moderne Barn – Armonk
The tasty T-Day offerings include traditional roasted turkey, along with salmon, filet mignon, house-made gnocchi, and butternut squash risotto. The two-course kids' menu includes turkey, as well as chicken fingers, a burger, pasta, or mac and cheese. Seatings are from noon–8pm. $68 per adult; $29 per child 12 and under.
Peter Pratt’s Inn – Yorktown Heights
The farm-to-table restaurant, housed in a Revolutionary War–era colonial home, will once again serve up a Thanksgiving feast. Its 2019 menu is coming soon; check website for updates.
Top off a Latin-infused Thanksgiving feast with sweet, crispy churros at Sonora.
Sonora – Port Chester
Sonora serves up a Thanksgiving feast with Latin flair. Stay tuned for the 2019 menu.
Traveler's Rest – Ossining
Choose from more than 15 entrees, from traditional turkey to German-American fare like sauerbraten and wiener schnitzel. The kids' menu includes turkey, pasta, sliced steak, and chicken fingers.
Opt for duck instead of turkey at the longtime Bronxville favorite Underhills Crossing.
Underhills Crossing – Bronxville
Enjoy a traditional and a "not so traditional" three-course prix-fixe meal at Underhills, which features American Nouvelle dining with a French flair. 2019 menu coming soon.
Photos courtesy of the restaurants
This post was originally published in 2015 and has been updated since.