It's been a long year; the last thing you need is the stress of cooking an extravagant Thanksgiving dinner for the entire family! Fortunately, we've got several local restaurants that can do the cooking for you! Here's a list of some of the best restaurants for Thanksgiving in Seattle Southside.
Please keep your party small to help control the spread of COVID-19!
*List subject to change due to the new restrictions put in place by Governor Inslee
Copperleaf is serving up delicious ways to celebrate Thanksgiving this year. Pre-order their Thanksgiving Easy Feast To-Go and bring dinner home! Place your order by Nov. 19, then pick up Nov. 24 or 25. All items come packaged and ready to heat and eat for a holiday made easy, $99 feeds two.
This year, 13 Coins Restaurant in SeaTac is serving a classic, homestyle Thanksgiving dinner including house roasted turkey and gravy, sage stuffing, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie and more! 13 Coins is offering their Thanksgiving menu from 11am-11pm. Pre-order your meal before November 19th and #GobbletoGo and bring the meal home! Dinner is $43.99 per person, $24.99 per child under age 12.
Basil’s Kitchen features Mediterranean inspired cuisine with Pacific Northwest flair. On Thanksgiving Day, enjoy 3-course specials including Prime Rib, Smoked Ham, Slow Roasted Turkey, Grilled Salmon, Chicken Marsala or Butternut Squash Ravioli along with their endless seasonal dessert buffet. Check their website for more information.
If you want a delicious, smoked turkey for Thanksgiving, give the local purveyors of BBQ smoked meats at The BBQ Schacht a call at (206) 903-6453. All smoked turkeys will be available for pickup on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving before noon. Just heat and serve!
How about some untraditional comfort food for Thanksgiving? Sharp's Roasthouse is open from 3pm-10pm on Thanksgiving and they're switching it up from turkey, to beef and/or chicken. Try their spit roasted organic 1/2 chicken, crushed sour cream Yukon golds, 24 hour stock pot gravy, and citrus parmesan broccoli. Or, the beef fix pure bred hereford prime rib: three week aged custom cut prime rib of beef slow roasted for twelve hours, cruhed sour cream Yukon golds, stock pot jus, sauteed Guemes Island mushrooms, and citrus parmesan broccoli. Not to mention, Sharp's now offers curbside ordering and delivery!
Located near Westfield Southcenter, Claim Jumper is known for their rustic atmosphere and large portions, including your favorite comfort foods all year round. This Thanksgiving, they will be serving a specialized menu with a variety of holiday choices including “The Feast,” an ultimate holiday combination of Turkey, Ham and hand carved Tri-Tip topped with herb peppercorn demiglace, served over stuffing with orange cranberry relish and roasted vegetables with your choice of pumpkin or lattice apple pie. $24 - $36 Served 11:00am – 6:00pm.
Enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving dinner and pies to-go at Tuscany at Des Moines Creek! The best part: get an entire Thanksgiving dinner for only $19.99 per adult and $9.99 per child! Be sure to put your order in by November 22nd.
Looking for some FIlipino flare for your Thanksgiving meal? Try a Sarap-To-Share Thanksgiving Feast! Get one whole Max's famous Fried Chicken, one regular Pancit Canton and a choice of Sizzling Tofu, Eggplant Tofu or Lumpiang Shanghai! Rice and drinks for four included. This is a Thanksgiving feast guaranteed to impress!
Q: What's Open on Thanksgiving in Seattle?
A: You can all get together for a memorable Thanksgiving Dinner at the Waterleaf Restaurant at Hotel Interurban in Tukwila, or Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge in SeaTac. Reservations required, of course.
Q: What is there to do on Thanksgiving in Seattle?
A: Besides enjoying a delicious dinner, you might consider getting outside for a walk or bike ride on Burke-Gilman Trail, Des Moines Creek Trail, or the Interurban Trail. Consider taking a harbor cruise in Puget Sound with Argosy Cruises. Also, you can find some of the best Black Friday deals at Westfield Southcenter Mall.
Q: Is Pike Place open on Thanksgiving?
A: Sorry, no. Pike Place Market is closed only on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.