Jul 26, 2014
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Where to Eat Out on Thanksgiving in White Plains

This year, leave the turkey to the professionals. Here are our picks for Thanksgiving Day menus at our local restaurants.

Thanksgiving is all about family, no matter where you are—eating out on the holiday can save you time, stress and in some cases, even money.

Here are our top five restaurants hosting Thanksgiving in White Plains for you and your family to enjoy: 

1. – 68 Gedney Way

Celebrate the holiday by hitting up this local favorite. The  three-course menu is priced at a reasonable $34, not including tax and gratuities. The traditional turkey dinner entrée includes stuffing, cranberries, mashed potatoes, vegetables and plenty of gravy (for children, the portion only costs $15). Get it while it’s hot—the pub will only be serving this holiday special from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

2. 80 West – 80 West Red Oak Lane 

Start the feast early with a brunch buffet at this Marriott fine dining establishment from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. The extensive buffet spread will include a “Hudson Valley Breakfast,” soup and antipasto station, carving station with roasted lamb and turkey, seafood raw bar, additional entrée options and desserts. Adults will pay $52, while children 12 and under can have all they can eat for $26. Complimentary champagne mimosas will be served. 

3. – 99 Court St.

One of the premiere Italian restaurants in White Plains is offering up a Thanksgiving treat. Regular à la carte items will be served along with a festive turkey dinner. The turkey course is available to order from 1 to 8 p.m.

4. – 610 West Hartsdale Road 

This White Plains steakhouse has a Thanksgiving prix fixe plan for your family and friends. Join them Nov. 24 for a special menu that includes a classic three-course fall spread priced at $54.95 per person. The menu is a rundown of our favorite Thanksgiving staples: for starters, you can have pumpkin soup or a fresh autumn salad before working your way to a delectable main course that includes turkey, stuffing, roasted yam, potatoes au gratin and cranberry relish. The sole dessert is a Thanksgiving must: pumpkin pie served with a dollop of vanilla ice cream.

5. – 99 Church St. 

Like Mulino’s, Graziella’s will be serving up its usual classic Italian fare on Thanksgiving but turkey will be available as a main course on the Specials menu. The meal will be available from 1 to 7 p.m. Buon appetito!

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