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15 More Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Feasts
Make your reservations to dine out this November 22. By Erin Keane Scott
Comments () | Published November 13, 2012
Trade turkey for Tuscan-style leg of lamb at Fiola this Thanksgiving. Photograph by Scott Suchman.

Earlier this week, we offered 18 options for dining out on November 22. Here, 15 more spots serving up turkey day feasts. Book now to ensure your spot at the table.

2100 Prime

Three-course menu

Crab Dijonnaise, pumpkin gnocchi, and ginger crème brûlée make for an inventive take on the Thanksgiving feast.

Price: $65 for adults; $25 for kids
Seatings: Noon to 4
Reservations: Visit Open Table.

Assaggi Osteria

Three-course menu

Pumpkin-stuffed tortelli and turkey roasted with Brussels sprouts and root vegetables are just a couple of the items you can expect at this McLean eatery.

Price: $44 for adults; $17 for kids
Seatings: 11:30 to 10
Reservations: Call 703-918-0080.

Bibiana

Three-course menu

Chef Nicholas Stefanelli offers chestnut soup with grappa cream, pork loin with potato mousse, and desserts such as a hazelnut financier and pumpkin pie.

Price: $48 for adults
Seatings: 11 to 8
Reservations: Call 202-216-9550 or visit the website.


BLT Steak

Prix-fixe tasting or à-la-carte menu

Roasted turkey and dry-aged prime rib with caramelized onion bread pudding are on the menu for this downtown eatery’s first Thanksgiving dinner.

Price: $68 per person
Seatings: 3 to 9
Reservations: Call 202-689-8999.

Bombay Club

À-la-carte menu

Butternut squash shorba, turkey tikka, and pumpkin cheesecake will be offered alongside the usual menu.

Price: Varies
Seatings: 11:30 to 2:30 and 5:30 to 10:30
Reservations: Call 202-659-3727 or visit the website.

Bourbon Steak

Three-course menu

Chef Michael Mina offers foie gras with sour plum, venison and black truffle, and pumpkin pie in a jar with maple-pecan ice cream.

Price: $90 for adults
Seatings: 2 to 8
Reservations: Call 202-944-2026 or visit the website.

Elements on Level One

Buffet menu

Dig in at two carving stations and a salad bar, then load up on sides including shrimp cocktail and cornbread stuffing.

Price: $35 for adults; $15 for kids
Seatings: Noon to 6
Reservations: Call 703-713-1234.

The Fairfax Marriott at Fair Oaks

Buffet menu

Carving stations featuring turkey, pork, and steak take the lead at this buffet in the hotel’s garden atrium.

Price: $38 for adults; $17 for kids
Seatings: 12:30 to 4
Reservations: Call 703-352-2525.

The Federalist

Three course or family-style menu

The Madison Hotel’s restaurant serves courses including oysters with calvados gelée and turkey breast and leg roulade with sides of Brussels sprouts and cranberry-vanilla relish.

Price: $65 for adults; $35 for kids
Seatings:11:30 to 8
Reservations: Call 202-587-2629 or visit Open Table.

Fiola

Three-course menu

For a fancy Italian take on Thanksgiving, Fiola is serving burrata with San Marzano tomatoes, Tuscan-style leg of lamb, and limoncello granita with huckleberries and mascarpone.

Price: $55 for adults; $20 for children
Seatings: 2:30 to 6:30
Reservations: Call 202-628-2888 or visit the website.

J&G Steakhouse

Three-course and à-la-carte menu

Feast on roast turkey with mushroom-chestnut stuffing, and finish the meal with a spiced pear and caramel at this eatery tucked into the W Washington, DC. As the restaurant’s name suggests, steak is also on the menu.

Price: $49 for adults
Seatings: 11:30 to 8
Reservations: Visit Open Table or e-mail reservations@jgsteakhousedc.com.

Legal Sea Foods

À-la-carte menu

Alongside the usual menu of fruits de mer, a traditional Thanksgiving feast including sausage stuffing, butternut squash, and cranberry sauce will be available.

Price: $21.95 for adults; $7.95 for kids
Seatings: Noon to 9 (DC); noon to 8 (McLean)
Reservations: Visit website.

P.J. Clarke’s

À-la-carte menu

Located on K Street, you’ll find this eatery and pub serving up traditional fare including turkey, oyster stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, and deep-dish apple pie.

Price: $27.80 for adults; $13.50 for kids
Seatings: 11 to 9
Reservations: Call 202-463-6610 or visit Open Table.

Rasika and Rasika West End

À-la-carte menu

Both of Ashok Bajaj’s restaurants will be offering an inventive take on turkey in addition to the usual menus this Thanksgiving. Think turkey marinated in cashew and cranberry paste and served with Brussels sprouts.

Price: Varies
Seatings: 11:30 to 2:30 and 5:30 to 10:30
Reservations: Visit the website.

Trummer’s on Main

Three-course menu

Comfort food such as sweet potato soup with chorizo, pork shoulder glazed with honey, and pumpkin pie are on the menu at this charming Clifton restaurant.

Price: $59 for adults
Seatings: 1 to 6:30
Reservations: Visit Open Table.

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