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4 Best Restaurants for Thanksgiving Day in Westchester

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It's almost Thanksgiving Day. The whole family comes around to enjoy a great meal and have a fabulous time. Most times, you probably are stuck elbow deep inside a turkey in a hot kitchen or tired of your mother in-law’s casserole. This year can be different. You can enjoy a classy Thanksgiving Day dinner at a fancy restaurant in Westchester. We have prepared especially for you a list of the best Westchester restaurants serving this Thanksgiving Day: 


Alvin and Friends

This New Rochelle restaurant has a southern-style Thanksgiving buffet prepared for you by Chef Raymond Jackson. The menu is packed and includes deep-fried turkey and jerk turkey, roast pig, roast beef, honey glazed ham, baked chicken; sides include: mac and cheese, mashed potatoes, rice and peas, candied yams. 

There is also the salad option of mixed greens, cold pasta, Caesar and more. End the meal with a delicious dessert of fruit cobbler, fresh fruit, ice cream, pumpkin pie, and cookies. 


The Inn at Pound Ridge

The Inn is a historic 1833 home-turned-restaurant in upscale Pound Ridge, New York. The quaint restaurant maintains a 19th century feel with its low lighting and stone decor. Leave the cooking to the experts. Its wonderful Thanksgiving dinner is prepared by world-famous Chef Jean-Georges Vongeritchen. Appetizers served include tuna tartare, avocado, radish, soy-ginger. Enjoy an entrée option of roasted organic turkey, prosciutto wrapped Berkshire pork chop. Enjoy dessert with apple pie and ice cream. Dishes are made using ingredients sourced from New England and Hudson Valley. 


Underhills Crossing 

This is a great Westchester restaurant to enjoy good music and awesome food. The menu features a bar and of course, a dining room with exposed brick walls. The Thanksgiving Day menu is a prix fixe three-course menu and a special menu for guests under 14. Choose one of the deluxe appetizers that include calamari, butternut squash soup, ravioli, oysters Rockefeller, kale salad and more. 

Entrée option includes herb roasted Hudson Valley turkey, Alaskan king salmon, short ribs, striped bass and lots more. Finish off with butternut squash pie, chocolate molten cake, apple spring roll or rice pudding. The young adult menu includes specials like Angus sliders, chicken and Milanese. 


Benjamin Steakhouse 

Have a hot Thanksgiving meal at this 2018 Concierge Choice Award Winner which is also currently the Best Steakhouse and Best Rib Eye in Westchester. A show of excellence and commitment for a restaurant established in 2010. 

They serve a three-course Thanksgiving menu and you can start with a tasty pour of pumpkin soup or autumn salad. An entrée dish of traditional Thanksgiving turkey served with roasted yam, turkey stuffing, potatoes au Gratin and cranberry relish. Finish off with pumpkin pie served with vanilla ice cream. 


Wrapping Up 

These restaurants are the best serving fancy Thanksgiving dishes in Westchester. Make sure to go with an appetite to enjoy all their delicacies. You will also need a high-quality Westchester limo service to chauffeur you to your desired restaurant. Especially if you will be pairing your dish with wine. Our professional chauffeurs will give you a timely and classy trip in one of our late-model vehicles. Harrison Car Service is Westchester’s premier car and limo service and we are delighted to offer you the best car service Westchester tourists and residents can count on. 

Posted on Nov 13 2018

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