Looking to ditch the cooking and cleaning this holiday? Check out our top picks for Turkey Day dinner here on the North Shore and spend more time with the ones you love. Click the links to view the full Thanksgiving menu for each restaurant.
Davio’s in Lynnfield offers a prix fixe Thanksgiving menu with features like oven-roasted Vermont free-range organic turkey, orange glazed carrots, and cranberry apple chutney. But, if you’re craving classic Italian this holiday, they’ll also offer their full dinner menu, including steaks and pasta.
Celebrate Thanksgiving on the water this year at Gloucester’s Beauport, offering two different dining options. Go for the all-you-can-eat buffet in the Ballroom with seatings from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Or, opt for the prix fixe meal in the 1606 Restaurant with seatings until 9 p.m.
$64, adults (buffet)
$25, children (buffet)
$67 per person (prix fixe)
Samuel’s at the Andover Inn
Samuel’s presents its annual Thanksgiving buffet, featuring the classics (turkey, sweet potato pie, root vegetables) along with some updated New England favorites (butternut squash ravioli, baked haddock, corn and sweet potato soup, shrimp cocktail). Seating times run from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and reservations are required.
Bancroft & Co.
The Peabody steakhouse offers a three-course prix fixe menu this Thanksgiving, with choices like sweet potato and apple bisque, charcoaled salmon, and lamp chops. Or, opt for one of their classic steaks.
Starting at $47 per person
Dine out in style this holiday at L’Andana in Burlington. Supplement their three-course prix fixe Italian menu with add-ons like a four cheese fonduta or three-glass wine pairing selected by the sommelier.
Starting at $73 per person
Strega Prime Italian Steakhouse in Woburn offers a small prix fixe menu with Thanksgiving standards like mashed potatoes and pecan pie alongside their full a la carte menu of high-end Italian classics.
$65 per person
This Boston steakhouse with locations downtown and in the South End will serve its regular menu as well as certain Turkey Day specials (expect green bean casserole, sweet potato purée, and bacon roasted Brussels sprouts).
Starting at $49 per person
Located in the Liberty Hotel, the former Charles Street Jail, Scampo offers a special three-course prix fixe Thanksgiving dinner menu with regional specials like bay scallops with butternut squash risotto and cod with lobster succotash.
Castle Manor Inn
The Gloucester Inn presents its annual Thanksgiving buffet from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in its candlelit Dining Room and Tavern. Expect classics like sweet potatoes with marshmallows and cornbread with some unique surprises like prime rib and cannoli. Reservations are required.
In addition to its full a la carte menu, the Burlington eatery will also serve a Turkey Dinner special, complete with porcini mushroom-ciabatta stuffing, and mascarpone whipped potatoes. For a little something sweet, try their pumpkin gelato and gingersnap biscotti dessert feature.