Thanksgiving Dinner In Boca Raton | Where To Go On Thanksgiving

thanksgiving dinner in boca raton

What an interesting couple of years it's been, especially for holiday logistics. Not everyone will have their family pile in this year, and not everyone wants to be saddled with three days of cooking and cleaning. Fear not! These incredible Boca Raton restaurants offer pre-fixe, a la carte, dine-in, and take-out options to keep the labor off your plate and the good food on it!

thanksgiving turkey

Farmer's Table

Once again, Farmer's Table finds its way into our Boca real estate blog. In the past, it's been for their fastidious attention to detail when developing their menu. Their food is delicious and reflects their mantra of "feel-good food" through their selection of ingredients and standard of quality. For a place that deals in only the crispest, freshest, and cleanest - you're sure to win big by choosing Farmer's Table for your Thanksgiving restaurant.

stuffing in crock pot

The Capital Grille

One common thread found between all five Thanksgiving restaurants in our blog is their mastery of the pre-fixe menu. All five of these fine dining establishments shine brightest during the holidays, whether it be Easter, Thanksgiving, or even July 4th. The Capital Grille is no exception and stands out from perhaps even this crowd with their Thanksgiving menu. The brioche stuffed turkey is flanked by fresh green beans with Marcona almonds and a pecan encrusted sweet potato mash drizzled with hot honey. 

mashed potatoes in ceramic dish

Abe & Louie's

Traditionally known as one of the best steakhouses in Boca Raton, Abe & Louie's offers Thanksgiving for two for the not-so-steep price of $118. In this to-go package, you'll enjoy the full complement of Abe & Louie's finest from the comfort of your home. Each pack comes with roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie along with a handful of assorted Thanksgiving favorites.

homemade cranberry sauce

Max's Grille

A talismanic fine dining establishment with decades of history in Boca Raton, Max's Grille brought out their very best for Thanksgiving. Unlike some other local establishments, Max's Grille has designated their Thanksgiving Menu as a "special," and still allows for ordering from their regular menu. The specials include three main course options, starting with the traditional turkey but featuring a ribeye and fish selection. Much like their local fine dining contemporaries, Max's Grille provides a pumpkin cheesecake as their dessert special. 

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