ATL restaurants have you covered for Thanksgiving
Deciding to eat out for Thanksgiving is not a reflection of your inability to cook, or your disdain for entertaining unwanted guests in your apartment, or your hatred for sticky cups and baked-on mess in pans. Oh, no. Deciding to eat out for Thanksgiving simply reflects your intelligence, your creativity, and your desire to actually enjoy time with your family without all the fuss. There are plenty of Atlanta restaurants that are serving up Thanksgiving meals:
103 West is one of Buckhead’s fine dining establishments that pulls out all of the stops to ensure that you have a pleasant and memorable dining experience. They will carve up traditional roasted turkeys with some of your favorite accompaniments and desserts. Reservations are required and must include four or more guests. $69 per adult.
New to Marietta is the farm to table favorite, Chicken and the Egg. Scrumptious holiday fare will be served using local, organic ingredients. Get the best in traditional Southern cuisine, just like your grandma would make it (maybe a bit healthier). $18 per adult.
Chequers Seafood and Steak in Dunwoody will host a Thanksgiving buffet that will send you into a fabulous food coma. Since the eatery specializes in steak and seafood, you can expect to find a few creative renditions on Thanksgiving favorites as well as traditional dishes. $32 per adult.
Duluth residents who want a bit of European flare to their Thanksgiving fare will enjoy Kurt’s Bistro. Their lunch buffet will feature roasted pork, prime rib, turkey breast and a cornucopia of sides from different regions of the world. $45 per adult.
Ray’s on the River and Ray’s Killer Creek welcome your family for a holiday feast. Enjoy popular dishes from their dinner menu in addition to specialties that have been created for Thanksgiving. $40 per adult.
For more options Thanksgiving dinner options in Atlanta, visit Open Table.