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3 Great places to grab Thanksgiving Dinner in NYC

Kels Acosta

Are you ready for the many assortments of food at the table this year? Because the day after Halloween, everyone's focus shifts to the next memorable holiday, Thanksgiving! Some have family traditions or friendsgivings, while others may be flying solo on Turkey day! Either way, we've put together a short list of some amazing spots to grab some of your fall favorite foods for the holiday!
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1. Hill Country Barbecue (Flatiron) Hill Country is known for some amazing barbecue that doesn't disappoint. With a few locations throughout NYC, it's a pretty popular spot to grab some good Texas style grub. This year on their Texas style Thanksgiving menu they have pit smoked turkey and turkey breasts to go with all your favorite sides! Be sure to check out all their other great menu items and combos as well. They're conveniently located at 30 W 26th St, New York, NY 10010.
Thanksgiving Dinner at Hill

2. Palo Santo (Park Slope) Palo Santo is a Latin Inspired restaurant offering a cultural spin on Thanksgiving dinner. They have a $65, 3 course prix fixe menu offering turkey, meat, fish and vegetarian options. Along with $25 wine pairings and a $35 kids menu. Max reservation size is 10 ppl. They're also offering a Thanksgiving To Go option as well if you'd like to take your meal home. So if you're ready for a Latin twist this year, make sure to swing by. They're conveniently located at 652 Union St, Brooklyn, NY 11215.
Palo Santo Dining

3. Cote (Flatiron) If Palo Santo inspired you a bit to eat outside of the box then Cote will do the same! It's a Korean inspired restaurant offering great barbecue! At $85 per person they have a Thanksgiving Feast which includes a selection of four different cuts of USDA Prime & American Waygu Beef, salad, multiple sides and also dessert! There's also a Prime Rib feast for six you can take home. They're conveniently located at 16 W 22nd St New York, NY 10010.
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There's a multitude of restaurants offering Thanksgiving dinner, if you happen to know of any make sure to drop them in the comments below! Thanks and enjoy!

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