Ditch the Kitchen This Year: Your Restaurant Guide to Thanksgiving Day

November 5, 2021 - by Sandy Vo


Category: Heart of Bellevue

Ditch the Kitchen This Year:
Your Restaurant Guide to Thanksgiving Day

It’s that time of year again to start thinking about holiday plans. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s to stay connected with loved ones. This Thanksgiving, spend more time with family and less time in the kitchen with these fantastic Thanksgiving Day meal options! Grab your stretchy pants and head out to support these restaurants in the Heart of Bellevue.

Daniel's Broiler

Nothing sounds better than dining out on the 21st floor with a stunning view of the Olympic Mountains and a delicious Thanksgiving meal. Daniel’s Broiler is offering a complete four-course meal for $75 serving from 12 – 8 p.m. The delicious menu serves up fantastic dishes like maple pork roast, autumn relish tray, traditional pumpkin pie and more. See the rest on their website.

13 Coins

At 13 Coins, they’re all about celebrating the special moments. Join them on Thanksgiving Day for an amazing holiday menu with an assortment of dishes from green beans almandine to candied yams with caramelized marshmallows. If you’re planning to stay home, choose from three different traditional Thanksgiving meals depending on the size of your party. Order by Nov. 17 and check out the rest of the details on their website.

Solarium Kitchen

Located inside Hilton Bellevue, Solarium Kitchen & Bar provides a welcoming atmosphere to gather and enjoy the best in northwest cooking. This Thanksgiving Day, make your way to Solarium and enjoy the Thanksgiving Day Brunch served from 11:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Enjoy classics like whole roasted turkey and apple & sage stuffing along with unique dishes like lemon garlic shrimp & grits. Bring the kids to the decadent chocolate fountain! If you’re feeling more homebody this season, order by Nov. 23 and take your meal to-go. Find the menus on their website.

The Lakehouse

The Lakehouse is offering the best of both worlds with dine-in and takeout Thanksgiving options. From delicious, curated meals including Mary’s free-range roast turkey breast, to Pastry Chef Tanya Emerick’s pumpkin pie and much more for $75. For those that prefer the comfort of home, you can pick from the same dishes at the price of $96 for two. The pick-up date for takeout is Nov. 24 from 11 – 4 p.m. Have a sweet tooth? Try out the whole pumpkin cake that serves up to 10 people. See the full holiday menu online.

El Gaucho

Leave the cooking to El Gaucho and their elevated Thanksgiving take-out meal. The prime rib dinner for four includes a 50oz Prime rib with creamy horseradish and au jus, caesar salad, yukon gold mashed potatoes, roasted sweet corn, crispy brussels sprouts, pull apart rolls and pumpkin pie from Bakery Nouveau for the price of $300. Take home some great wine, including a ‘Celebrate Walla Walla’ three-pack that’s perfect for the Thanksgiving celebration. Place your order by Nov. 16 online!

Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi

Elevate your holiday by celebrating at Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi. Follow the smell of delicious food to the 31st floor and join them for an exquisite and customizable brunch from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Stay safely seated at your table while you choose from revolving carousels of innovative beverages and carts of dynamic bites. Reserve your table soon.

 


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