IF YOU AREN’T in town for a home-cooked Thanksgiving meal, there are still plenty of ways to get your turkey fix, from traditional feasts to offbeat options. Step aboard for an unforgettable holiday cruise with Waterways; the lunch and dinner jaunts include Champagne at boarding, a gourmet buffet and 2.5 hours of sightseeing on lakes Union and Washington. Back on shore, Wild Ginger is spicing up the usual with Asian flavors—think turkey and all the trimmings with lemongrass, turmeric, ginger and more. Looking for a traditional experience with a local twist? Go all out with a four-course meal at Daniel's Broiler and get a taste of the Pacific Northwest; the menu features roast turkey and many other delights.
More Seattle Spots to Feast
Local ingredients make for a unique repast, with sides like fennel sausage stuffing and celery root puree with toasted hazelnuts. Enjoy a Thanksgiving gathering with one of Local 360's private dining rooms: The Chef's Table or Mezzanine.
Expect holiday classics cooked with French flair dishes at this upscale restaurant in downtown. The Thanksgiving 2018 menu features a variety of appetizers, sides, entrées and deserts to choose from, including roasted heritage turkey with cranberry compote, pommes purée and sage jus.
Located in the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle, Chef Joe Ritchie along with his culinary team will treat the family to this three-course feast including six family-style appetizers; prime rib, roasted turkey breast or duck breast; and much more. Reservations required.