6 Local Spots Offering Thanksgiving Dining

Leave the cooking to the professionals and feast at some of northern Palm Beach County’s favorite restaurants

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3800 Ocean

The Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa’s signature restaurant will serve up a buffet-style feast from 2-7 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Holiday highlights include cranberry and rum-brined turkey, Dijon and tarragon-crusted prime rib, Boursin Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, pan-seared mélange of seasonal root vegetables, and chilled fennel saffron steamed mussels. Chef Kursten Restivo’s holiday cakes, pies, and pastries end the meal on a sweet note.

Brunch is $110 per adult and $35 per child aged 12 and younger. Reservations can be made by calling 561-340-1795.

Beacon's stuffed turkey. Photo by Libby Vision
Beacon’s stuffed turkey. Photo by Libby Vision

Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street

Gather your loved ones for a holiday meal in the heart of Jupiter at Beacon and Lucky Shuck Oyster Bar & Taphouse at Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street.

Beacon’s Executive Chef Jordan Lerman will serve a succulent turkey breast with pomme purée, cranberry marmalade, honey-roasted fall squash, Brussels sprouts salad, and roasted turkey jus ($48). Executive Pastry Chef Jenniffer Woo will sweeten the deal with house-made tiramisu and her signature coconut soufflé glacé, with cashew, mango curd, and a lemongrass kiwi sorbet. Beacon will be open on Thanksgiving Day from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Guests can also choose delectable dishes from BEACON’s full menu of sophisticated classics.

Lucky Shuck's applewood smoked and sweet tea-brined whole turkey. Photo by Michael Albanese
Lucky Shuck’s applewood smoked and sweet tea-brined whole turkey. Photo by Michael Albanese

Across the way at Lucky Shuck Oyster Bar & Taphouse, Executive Chef Nick Dellinger’s  applewood smoked and sweet tea-brined turkey breast, green bean casserole, and sweet potatoes ($48) will delight diners. The restaurant’s full menu will also be available. For dessert, don’t miss chef Woo’s apple cider beignets with bourbon-caramel and apple pie marmalade. Lucky Shuck will be open from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.

Keep the celebration going with a round of drinks at Topside at the Beacon, open from 3 p.m. to midnight. The Tacklebox will also be open from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Doris Italian Market & Bakery

The North Palm Beach market will alleviate holiday stress by taking over the cooking on Thanksgiving. Guests can order from three pre-cooked turkey and ham dinner packages for 6 to 16 guests at any Doris Market location. The markets will be open from 8 a.m. to noon on Thanksgiving Day.

Photo courtesy of Farmer's Table
Photo courtesy of Farmer’s Table

Farmer’s Table

The North Palm Beach restaurant will take care of Thanksgiving this year. The healthy dining destinations will both feature a three-course dinner menu inside the main dining rooms from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. for $69.95 per person. Highlights include butternut squash bisque, roasted heritage turkey, and autumn vegetable pot pie.

For those celebrating at home, all of Chef Michael Schenk’s famous fall specialties are available for pickup just in time for the holiday. Dishes include bone broth, grilled FTA salmon, and apple crumb cake.

Honeybelle

Chef Lindsay Autry’s PGA National Resort restaurant will celebrate “A Very Palm Beach Thanksgiving” with a buffet-style feast by the James Beard-nominated chef from 12-5 p.m. On top of the holiday trimmings, the luxe buffet will feature a “Build Your Own” Bloody Mary bar, bottomless mimosas and holiday punch (additional $25), and bottomless Veuve Clicquot (additional $75). The feast is $95 per person, $30 for children aged 5-12, and free for children younger than 5.

Photo courtesy of Prezzo
Photo courtesy of Prezzo

Prezzo

Celebrate Turkey Day at Prezzo in Boca Raton and Palm Beach Gardens from 3-9 p.m. Patrons will indulge in Thanksgiving specials, such as an herb-roasted turkey plate with focaccia stuffing, Yukon Gold whipped potatoes, roasted Brussels sprouts and natural pan gravy ($32), and Chef Todd Lough’s homemade pumpkin pie with whipped cream.

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