3 Cool Places to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in Denver

November 24th, 2015 by

3 Cool Places to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in Denver

Thanksgiving 2015 is coming up this Thursday, November 26. Do you have plans yet? If you’re planning your day around a pre-Thanksgiving celebration drive, you’re on-point with our idea. But the Thanksgiving meal is also something you should start planning if you haven’t already.

If spending hours in the kitchen over a hot stove doesn’t sound like the ideal way to spend this Thanksgiving, there are plenty of other options. You can attend a big Thanksgiving feast and simply bring one dish. Or, you can check out one of Denver’s top restaurants and get a first-class Thanksgiving meal while relaxing.

Here are 3 places to eat a Thanksgiving meal at:

The Corner Office

  • 1401 Curtis St.
  • $40 per person

In the heart of downtown Denver on 14th and Curtis, The Corner Office offers an interesting and unique interior, matched with a delightful American cuisine menu. This Thursday, take advantage of The Corner Office’s Thanksgiving feast. For $30 per person, receive a three-course meal with options. To start, each person will receive one appetizer, with options including the butternut squash and cider soup. The entree is served in a family style setting per table, with several items that include honey glazed ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, cornbread chorizo stuffing and more. Then, each person can choose their own dessert.

Charcoal

  • 43 W. 9th Ave.
  • $61 per person

If you’re looking for a place a bit outside of downtown, head to the Golden Triangle to experience Charcoal’s Thanksgiving meal. This menu starts at 3:30 p.m. and is offered for $61 per person and half price for children under 12. Upon arrival, all guests will receive warm spiced apple cider (with or without rum) and house made cranberry focaccia. The appetizers to choose from include turkey French onion soup, crispy Brussels sprouts, fall vegetables and turkey pate. Following, the main courses include traditional turkey dinner, smoked salmon and grilled tofu. Finish your meal with one of the following: pecan tart, fried apple pie or pumpkin “pie” cheesecake.

Second Home Kitchen + Bar

  • 150 Clayton Ln.
  • $42 per person

If you’re looking for a classy meal paired with an architecturally beautiful environment, head to Cherry Creek to take advantage of Second Home Kitchen + Bar’s Thanksgiving dinner. For $42 per person, the table receives hors d’oeuvres, winter squash soup, free-range turkey, cherry-ancho roasted Berkshire pork loin, Stranahan’s Whiskey maple glazed sweet potatoes, roasted Brussels sprouts with pancetta and traditional bread stuffing along with a choice of apple, pumpkin or chocolate-pecan house-made pie.

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