Cooking a huge Thanksgiving feast can be rewarding, especially when you see everyone’s full and satisfied faces as they stuff that last bit of turkey into their mouths. But let’s face it – it can also be a huge hassle. So, why not skip slaving over a stove this year and go out!
To ensure your holiday is still supplied with the tastiest food if you don’t feel like being a culinary master, we have found the best places to eat Thanksgiving dinner in Denver. Instead of taking credit for the cooking, boast that you found one of these great places below.
Wow your family this Thanksgiving at the innovative 1515 Restaurant, known for taking traditional favorites and adding a special twist what will truly amaze.
Start your meal with a tasty appetizer of heirloom tomato bisque, beet salad with goat cheese, or the Predator and Prey – a smoked sausage made from rabbit and rattlesnake topped with pickled onion.
Main courses include sous vide all-natural roasted turkey (of course). You can also step away from the norm with pan seared trout or a New York steak cooked to perfection. Don’t forget the candied sweet potatoes, spuds and giblet gravy, and pumpkin pie, all available for this meal.
The Corner Office
Not looking for traditional Thanksgiving fare this holiday? The head over The Corner office and eat some amazing dishes with your friends and family!
Their one-of-a-kind courses are crafted with pure talent. Start with some tuna poke salad, roasted cauliflower with puttanesca, or their famous jumbo crab cake. Then, choose a salad and an entrée of prime rib, rooftop-smoked BBQ ribs, or a yummy pepper-crusted verlasso salmon.
Don’t forget the dessert and drinks – their whole selection of the sweeter things in life are sure to entice, as well as make you and your guests a whole lot happier.
Reservations are now open for the famous Thanksgiving dinner at the Nickel. Here, your whole family will be gratified with their choice of a three-course meal with all the famous side you crave.
Start by choosing between the Nickel Salad full of baby greens and season veg topped with a red-wine vinaigrette or the delicious and savory French onion soup. Next, pick your main course of smoked turkey breast, honey-glazed ham, prime rib, or a maitake mushroom for the vegetarians.
Your sides include all the traditional Thanksgiving favorites and finally, you’ll end your meal with a dessert of pumpkin or pecan pie or their yummy chocolate tart.
Let the pros do the work for you this holiday when you make a reservation at one the best places to eat Thanksgiving dinner in Denver. Happy holidays and eat up!