13 Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner 2018

Turn off the oven and let Seattle chefs make your holiday the best (and easiest) one yet
| Updated: November 27, 2018

Want to avoid the mess and work of spending all day in the kitchen on Thanksgiving? Several Seattle restaurants still have tables available. Whether you’re looking for a vegetarian option or a four-to-nine course traditional carb load, make a reservation and let Seattle chefs cook for you.

Daniel’s Broiler
In Bellevue, Leschi, and South Lake Union locations, indulge in a seafood-heavy four-course gourmet meal, served from noon to 8 p.m. Adults are $60, children aged 6 to 10 are $12, and under 5 are free. Begin with an autumn relish tray, choice of signature soups or salads, and an entree of your choice: roast turkey breast, wild king salmon or plant-based ravioli, all of which comes with traditional sides. For dessert choose a double scoop of Olympic Mountain ice cream or sorbet, pumpkin pie or vanilla bean crème brûlée. Multiple locations; 206.223.2722

Local 360
This local and sustainable restaurant in the heart of Belltown is serving dinner for $49 per person with the option to add additional sides for $7 each, from 9 a.m. to 9p.m. It includes roast turkey breast with confit legs, sides such as buttermilk biscuits and celery root puree, with pumpkin pie for dessert. Belltown, 2234 First Ave.; 206.441.9460

Shaker & Spear
This Belltown seafood restaurant is offering a special Thanksgiving menu ($30 per person) from 5 to 10 p.m. Thyme and brown butter roasted turkey, traditional stuffing, spiced orange cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes. Featured drinks are a mulled wine and Bob’s Frozen Scotch Sours- a blended icy sour topped with a slice of orange & a brandy cherry served in a vintage gold-rimmed glass. The regular menu will also be available a la carte. Belltown, 2000 Second Ave.; 206.826.1700

Downtown, you’ll find a French-inspired menu with traditional festive dishes, for $75 per person with $40 optional wine pairing. The three-course menu includes a variety of appetizers, and choice of entrees like roast heritage turkey, Meyer Ranch Prime Rib Roast, and Maple Leaf Farms duck pate en croute and more. Dessert is a sugar pie pumpkin cheesecake. Downtown, 1433 Fourth Ave.; 206.456.7474

Enjoy a Thanksgiving menu at this upscale hotel restaurant offering Pacific Northwest and globally inspired dishes, $75 per person, $40 for kids aged 6 to 12, 5 and under are free. Menu includes four buffet-style courses featuring more than 15 items, including roasted heirloom squash salad, butternut squash and pear soup, rotisserie roasted turkey, turkey leg confit, caramelized Brussels sprouts. For dessert a pumpkin cheesecake, apple-cranberry crumble, and more. Downtown, 1101 Fourth Ave.; 206.624.7755

Bookstore Bar & Café
The Thanksgiving plate special at this Pioneer Square restaurant will feature herb roasted turkey breast, garlic whipped potatoes, cornbread stuffing, green beans with shallots and cranberry chutney.  $37 per plate, available 3 to 8 p.m.  Downtown, 1007 First Ave.; 206.624.3646

Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge 
The Edgewater Hotel offers a four-course Thanksgiving menu for $80 per person, from noon to 8 p.m. The menu includes butternut squash and apple bisque, Dungeness crab cake, Roquefort-crusted filet of beef, roasted natural turkey, cedar planked King salmon and traditional pumpkin pie. Downtown, 2411 Alaskan Way; 206.269.4575

A family-style Thanksgiving is offered at this Fremont Southern Italian-inspired loft, $75 per adult, $30 for children 12 and under, with optional wine pairings for an additional $35. This six-dish affair features locally sourced, seasonal and organic ingredients, with plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. For dessert try the poached pear with chocolate gelato and warm spice red wine reduction. Fremont, 709 N 35th St.; 206.547.9707

This cozy organic restaurant in Wallingford is offering a prix fixe dinner for $85 per person or to-go dinner for $45 per person. Dinner includes appetizers and entrée choice of roasted turkey breast, grass-fed rib eye and roasted king oyster mushroom. Dessert options include Theo Chocolate cake and espresso cashew cheesecake. Wallingford, 1411 N 45th St.; 206.633.0801

Cafe Flora
Forget the turkey and feast at this Madison Park vegetarian restaurant on four courses of vegetarian fare for $75 per adult and $25 per kid. The menu also features vegan and gluten-free options. For the main course, you will have two options: a root vegetable and mushroom bourguignon pot pie served with sautéed Brussels sprouts, cabbage and potato mash, grilled cippolini onions and cranberry-huckleberry relish, or a harvest nut roast with cabbage steak, scalloped potatoes, butternut wild rice and quinoa pilaf, sautéed Brussels sprouts and an Asian pear-tangerine chutney. Dessert choices include an apple cream cheese tart with huckleberry gastrique, buttermilk whip and Meyer lemon marmalade or a chocolate sweet potato mousse with chocolate graham, house-made spiced marshmallow and caramel. Madison Park, 2901 E Madison St.; 206.325.9100

Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi
Start a new tradition with your family this Thanksgiving, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at this Bellevue steakhouse with spectacular panoramic views of the Pacific Northwest Puget Sound. Enjoy various culinary and cocktail vignettes from herb roast turkey to cherry-pomegranate venison to a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar and a kids-only buffet. Bellevue, 10400 NE 4th St. #3100; 425.625.2080

The Herbfarm
The Herbfarm invites you to make reservations for their nine-course Harvest Table Thanksgiving Nov. 16 to 18 and 22 to 24, by reservation only. Times and prices vary, from $245 to $325 per person, depending on the date. The menu is harvested directly from The Herbfarm’s own garden and farm and the dinner includes expertly selected wine pairings from their 26,000-bottle cellar. Woodinville, 14590 NE 145th St., Woodinville, 425.485.5300

Eques at Hyatt Regency
Thanksgiving at this Bellevue Hyatt Regency restaurant runs $52.95 for adults; $24.95 for children 5 to 12, and free for children ages 4 and under, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dinner includes a seafood station, special kid’s menu items and a mac and cheese station with house-made Beecher’s mac and cheese and toppings including pork belly, chicken, mushrooms and caramelized onions, plus a variety of desserts. Bellevue, 900 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue; 425.698.4100

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