Top 10 Thanksgiving Restaurants in the U.S.

Tired of spending your holiday cooking and cleaning? Why not dine out this Thanksgiving?
11/20/2013 09:25 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

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Tired of spending your holiday cooking and cleaning? Why not dine out this Thanksgiving? Check out GAYOT.com's Top 10 Thanksgiving Restaurants in the U.S. Then see where the best places to eat near you are come Thanksgiving. Happy Holidays!

701 Restaurant
701 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20004

701 Restaurant, one of D.C.'s must-go fine dining destinations, presents a three-course prix-fixe menu for Thanksgiving ($48). Among the options are chestnut risotto; Prime beef strip loin with cherry mustard, confit potatoes and Swiss chard; and apple turnovers with brandy caramel and spiced walnuts.

Clio
Eliot Hotel
370 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215

Clio in the Eliot Hotel continues to perch at the top of Boston's best restaurants, thanks to the wizardry of chef-owner Ken Oringer. For Thanksgiving, he will create a prix-fixe menu ($85) including free-range roasted turkey.

Fearing's
The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas
2121 McKinney Ave.
Dallas, TX 75201

Fearing's in Dallas gives a Texas take on Thanksgiving with tangerine-glazed all-natural turkey with tortilla dressing, whipped potatoes, green beans, jalapeᅢᄆo cranberry relish and pecan-chili gravy. The three-course prix-fixe menu costs $95.

Fountain Restaurant
Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia
One Logan Sq.
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Get your fill of festive food at the Thanksgiving buffet ($120) at Fountain Restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia. The spread will include roughly 20 desserts, like pecan pie and an assortment of fruit tarts.

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Bellagio
3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109

This Las Vegas temple of gastronomy (and veritable Picasso museum) presents a four-course Thanksgiving prix-fixe menu ($150) with options such as roasted milk-fed veal chop with rosemary potatoes and au jus or roulade of Sonoma turkey leg confit with jus and fresh herbs.

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