Food & Drink
FOOD: How To Get Your Thanksgiving Fix In NYC Without Having To Cook Anything
by Lea Faminiano
The best food holiday is right around the corner! Of course, there’s nothing like home cooking – but if you’re responsible for your own meal this year, you might be wondering what you should be planning. If you would rather skip getting the food on the table and are much more interested in getting it straight to your belly, here’s a few options for a hassle-free NYC Thanksgiving. Remember, calories don’t count on holidays.
Katz’s is offering their first ever Thanksgiving Dinner! Order your tickets in advance for a $60 all you can eat meal and check the menu for both holiday and Katz’s staples, like brisket, pastrami, and corned beef.
For a more Southern style Thanksgiving, head over to Hill Country BBQ where you can get a meal of pit-smoked turkey, Texas toast stuffing, sweet potato casserole, and of course, a large selection of pies – all you can eat for $35 ($15 for children).
Ginny’s Supper Club in Harlem is serving up a traditional Thanksgiving buffet for $55 per person with a very Harlem twist – a live jazz band!
Both the Midtown and East Village locations of The Smith are offering a three course turkey dinner for $45-55, featuring pumpkin dishes.
Williamsburg’s Maison Premiere is a serving a $45 three course, prix-fixe meal, and their regular menu will also be available, should you choose to favor oysters over turkey.
If you want to take not cooking one step further by just getting rid of the plates and utensils altogether, then pick up Momofuku Milk Bar’s Thanksgiving croissant. This little baby combines slow-roasted turkey, gravy, and cranberry sauce into a neat pastry for you to enjoy Thanksgiving on the go – only $4.50 and available through Thanksgiving Day.
Happy Thanksgiving from The Couch Sessions!