A Very Tri-State Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, this year more than ever I feel like we have so much to be grateful for here in the Tri-State area.  Here are some exciting Thanksgiving eve parties, Thanksgiving dinners and take-out  in NJ & NYC to check out.

THANKSGIVING EVE

Turkey Karaoke at The Fieldhouse Pub
31 Passaic Ave., Fairfield, NJ
Wednesday, November 21, 8:30 PM

 

DINNERS

Telepan will offer a three-course Thanksgiving menu for $85/adult, $40/child featuring traditional favorites and other festive offerings such as venison, roasted trout, burrata mezzaluna and quince granita parfait from 1pm to 8:30pm. Price: Three-course menu, $85/adult and $40/child.
*Also, Telepan restaurant is offering a Thanksgiving dinner to-go, for New Yorkers hosting friends and family for the holiday and lacking kitchen space.  The spread feeds up to 10 people and includes seasonal salad, squash soup, roasted turkey, pumpkin pie and chocolate pecan tart and costs $600.  Orders can be placed by calling the restaurant or via email at telepan2@verizon.net
72 West 69th Street at Columbus Ave, 212.580.4300
Corkbuzz Wine Studio is hosting a traditional feast served family style with festive dishes such as dry-aged filet steak tartare, herb-roasted turkey, maple-glazed Kabocha squash and brown sugar apple crisp. Guests may order wine from their full bottle list or choose the special wine-pairing option with pours selected by Master Sommelier Laura Maniec. Price: $55/person with optional $40 wine-pairing supplement. Hours: 3:0pm and 6:30pm. 13 East 13th Street (5th-University), 646.873.6071
 
On Thanksgiving, The Breslin Bar & Dining Room will offer holiday feasts for parties of eight or more. Chef April Bloomfield will prepare dishes such as Fairytale pumpkin fondue, Chopped liver toast, Roasted turkey, Sweet potatoes with maple & mace and a variety of seasonal pies for dessert. ($70/person) Noon to 10pm, reservations accepted by emailing RSVP@BreslinPresents.com16 West 29th Street,212.679.1939
 
On November 22nd from 2pm-8pm, ALDEA is hosting an all-day, three-courseThanksgiving feast for $85 per guest. Chef George Mendes is offering his modern Iberian touch on holiday favorites, including Ashley Farms turkey with chorizo-brioche stuffing, sea-salted chatham cod with smoked autumn squash and his signature shrimp alhinho. Prix-fixe with wine pairings: $135, children 12 and under: $50. 31 West 17 Street, 212.675.7223
 
At Sauce on the Lower East Side, chef Frank Prisinzano will offer a four-course menu of Thanksgiving classics with an Italian twist for $49.95/person. The menu includes two choices per course and includes dishes such as Fall Parmigiano SaladBraised Short Rib Tortelloni in Brown ButterTurkey Oklahoma with all of the fixins’ and homemade pumpkin pie for dessert. 78 Rivington Street, 212.420.7700
 
Colicchio & Sons will serve a four-course menu on Thanksgiving featuring classic dishes and highlighting autumnal flavors. The menu ($125/pp) will be served in both the main dining room and Tap Room from 12:30-8:30pm and will offer options such as suckling pig rigatoni, organic Eberly Farms turkey (there is a white or black truffle supplement, if desired) and pastry chef Stephen Collucci’s apple cider glazed doughnuts with maple chestnut cream and Saigon cinnamon ice cream. 85 Tenth Avenue (15th Street), 212.400.6699
 

Thanksgiving is a tradition at Tom Colicchio’s Craft and this year’s menu ($135/pp) features a choice between roasted all natural free range turkey, roasted 30 day dry-aged sirloin and roasted Scottish salmon with first courses, side dishes and desserts all served for the table. The restaurant is open from 2-8pm on Thanksgiving Day. 43 East 19th Street (Broadway-Park), 212.780.0880

Neely’s Barbecue Parlor (1125 First Avenue, NYC, 212-832-1551) on the Upper East Side will serve Southern feasts for both dine-in and take-out. Families who prefer to visit the homey restaurant on Thanksgiving can enjoy dishes that Roasted Pumpkin Bisque with toasted pumpkin seeds and maple clabber ($5.95) and Slow-Smoked Tom Turkey ($24.95) with cornbread dressing, cranberry relish, glazed yams, and green beans with bacon, onions and natural gravy. Neely’s will also offer Thanksgiving Dinner To Go ($195), which serves a family of five. In addition to a whole turkey smoked over pecan wood, the meal includes BBQ Deviled EggsCollard GreensButtermilk Biscuits and much more. Dinners may be picked up as late as Wednesday, November 21st at 8 pm.
Social Bar & Grill is open all day long. We’re offering a $15.00 Turkey Dinner including an open faced turkey sandwich, steamed vegetable medley and mashed potatoes.
In addition to Lillie’s amazing Thanksgiving specialty menu, they wanted to have some fun and give away a prize!  Any one who dines at Lillie’s on Thanksgiving is automatically elligible to win a $50 gift card for his or her next visit at Lillie’s! They will be announcing the winner of the $50 gift card on Black Friday.  Participants who have already made reservations are able to pre-enter by RSVPing to our Thanksgiving Facebook Event.  Otherwise, all participants can sign up in house on Thanksgiving Day.
TO GO
Reserve your turkey to go at Battery Place Market, here. They have all different packages for different size parties! All orders must be placed at least 48 hours in advanced.
You can get a turkey to go at all Fairway Market locations (except Red Hook), here. All orders must be placed by this Monday, November 19!
Those are just a few places to pick up a turkey, Thanksgiving dinners and more!
Sara Monica, Founder
At the young age of 23, Sara is the founder and head editor of Smallchickbigdeals.com aka #SCBD. Sara is a Jersey Girl raised by the shore, currently residing in Northern New Jersey. When she is not working, she is finding something new to post and share with her readers whether it be a new food product, recipe, restaurant review or another interview. Read her full bio, here. Read the full story behind #SCBD, here.  When she is not writing for #SCBD she also contributes to Jersey Bites,Carter Int’l Concierge, & New Fork City. Follow her @SmChickBigDeals!
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About smallchickbigdeals

Hi I’m Sara Monica, founder of Small Chick Big Deals. I was born and raised by the Jersey Shore. I just graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ with a Communications major and minoring in Public Relations and Sociology. When I’m not working, I’m usually out with my boyfriend, friends or family having a good time. Those times usually include eating one way or another. This blog is dedicated to my best and worst restaurant experiences, personal quick & easy recipes, and more! I love to eat and I know first-hand its possible to eat great food at a legitimate price. FYI most the places mentioned in my blogs are in the NJ/NY metro area since thats my hood Happy Eating!!

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