While traditional homemade feast always makes for a fabulous holiday, dining out in a stylish setting can prove quite the effortless and enjoyable celebration – Au revoir, dishes! In New York in particular, the kosher culinary scene offers dining options aplenty, including specialty, seasonal menus. So, if the only thing you make for dinner is reservations, come Thursday, we recommend you fill your quota of turkey and pie at one of these five restaurants serving Thanksgiving fare.
A high-end kosher steakhouse with a wine room and French-Asian menu. Eat this: Chesnut Soup, Delmonico Steak, Cranberry Sauce.
40 Broad St
New York, NY 10004
An industrial-chic spot with a kosher menu of steaks and New American small plates featuring local beer and wine bar. Eat this: Holiday Menu TBA
A kosher vegan restaurant offering inventive cuisine and a full bar (steer clear of the mevushal wines!). Eat this: Sweet Potato & Coconut cream Soup, Shepherd’s Pie, Pumpkin Cheesecake
A classic French-influenced kosher steak house and butcher shop. Eat this: Lager and Honey Brined Turkey Breast, Mashed Bourbon Sweet Potatoes, Pecan Pie
150 W 46th St
New York, NY 10036
An upscale American eatery offering inspired kosher fare (steaks, sliders & sushi) & East River views. Eat this: Turkey, Marshmallow-Topped Sweet Potatoes, TBA Pie
A vegan, counter-serve pit stop offering creative plant-based cuisine including baked goods and cocktails. Eat this: The Gobble Gobble Burger, Butternut Squash Bisque with Maple Croutons and Sage, Apple Cider spiked with Rum
185 Bleecker St
New York, NY 10012