by Justine Goodman - 81 Reviews - 104 List
Whether you're planning to dine out at a New York restaurant, cook your own feast at home or have a gourmet meal catered, do it in style this Thanksgiving, Nov. 24, 2011. You'll find everything you need to make your family's New York Thanksgiving holiday tryptophan-tastic in our comprehensive guide.
Updated: November 29, 2011
Impress your guests when you bring home a pre-made feast.
Order your turkey and stuffing early--and pick up some of Zabar's famous smoked fish to nibble on during the day. Spiral-cut hams, boneless short ribs, rotisserie Italian garlic chicken and, of course, whole turkeys, are on the menu. You'll also find an array of sides, from honey roasted yams to braised brussels sprouts.
This Upper East Side gourmet store roasts its turkeys and delivers them on Thanksgiving Day for added convenience. Starters, stuffing, side dishes, bread and dessert are also on offer. Order forms can be found on the market's website.
Order a complete Thanksgiving dinner for groups of two to 12 at everyone's favorite organic market. When it comes to hors d'oeuvres, you'll find everything from olive and cheese platters to caviar. Dinner packages include turkeys, hams and a variety of sides, or buy a la carte items such as butternut squash risotto or sourdough sage stuffing.
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After the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, head to this Theater District classic for a holiday menu featuring roasted turkey, Smithfield ham, organic yams, cornbread and pies. The prix fixe meal is $75 ($45 for children under 12) and is offered from noon to 8pm.