Thanksgiving Guide

4 Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner

Looking for an apron-free Thanksgiving? Here’s where to dine out this year


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Mohonk Mountain House

Preparing a giant Thanksgiving feast can be daunting and exhausting. If you’re ready to hang up that apron but still want an awesome Turkey Day meal, try these Valley restaurants and caterers.

Hickory BBQ and Smokehouse Kingston
Hickory BBQ creates your Thanksgiving feast for you, with savory delights like house-smoked or roasted rubbed turkey and mashed sweet potatoes with maple butter. 845-338-2424; www.hickoryrestaurant.com

Mohonk Mountain House New Paltz
For a serene and scenic Thanksgiving, try the Mohonk Mountain House. Indulge in a wide array of cheeses, galantines, and pâtés; smoked and cured seafood; and carved-to-order meats. Afterward, take a stroll on one of the many walking and hiking trails. The Grand Lunch Buffet on Thanksgiving Day is served from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. $74.50; children ages 4-12, $40.50; under age 4 no charge. 855-421-4101; www.mohonk.com

Restaurant X & Bully Boy Bar Congers
Restaurant X offers Thanksgiving favorites from a specialized menu. A prix-fixe menu features a three-course meal — not to worry, a traditional turkey dinner is available — as well as holiday-inspired twists on its everyday menu dishes. 845-268-6555; www.xaviars.com

The Tavern at the Beekman Arms Rhinebeck
Pick and choose from a slew of classics at this famous tavern’s Thanksgiving Dinner Buffet. Last year’s feast included carved Amish roast turkey and gravy and slow-roasted ham, plus 16 different desserts. Seatings are available from 11:30 to 5 p.m. Reservations required. $42.95, 18.95 ages 10 and under. 845-876-7077; www.beekmandelamaterinn.com

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