Where to eat Thanksgiving dinner in Seattle

Thanksgiving is traditionally a time for us to gather for a meal and reflect upon all the things for which we can be grateful. Perhaps you spend it with your family, traveling to other cities or states to celebrate. Maybe you spend it with your chosen people, your village, your adopted family, or a group of close friends. It can be a religious experience or not. It can involve the usual turkey, potatoes, green beans, and pumpkin pie or can be filled with the foods of your native country. Tofurkey, Turducken….there are so many ways to eat great food! Maybe you don’t cook but go to one of the many restaurants here in town for your Thanksgiving dinner in Seattle. If you find yourself traveling this Thanksgiving to our wonderful city and are looking for a place to dine, here are a few suggestions.

The Capital Grille – 1301 4th Ave
Known for their world-class service and amazing steaks, The Capital Grille also offers a traditional turkey dinner on Thanksgiving chosen and prepared by their Executive Chef­. Reservations can be made on their website or by calling 206-382-0900.

Daniel’s Broiler Downtown

Daniel’s Broiler – Downtown (808 Howell), Lake Union (809 Fairview Pl N), Leschi, Bellevue
Daniel’s is an institution here in Seattle, known for USDA Prime Steaks, local seafood, and an award-winning wine list. For Thanksgiving they have two options: a four-course dinner at Lake Union, Leschi, and Bellevue, or a dinner buffet at the downtown location – both choices are $60 per person. Reservations can be made on their website.

Wild Ginger – 1401 3rd Ave

If you’re looking for a bit of Asian flair with your turkey this year, Wild Ginger’s downtown location has a great menu with things like Malay Stuffed Turkey, Garlic Ginger Brussel Sprout, Cranberry Sauce with a Chinese wine reduction, and much more! Reservations can be made on their website or by calling 206-623-4450.

This is obviously not an exhaustive list, but a few great places that I can personally recommend! Check out the Eater, OpenTable, and TripSavvy sites for more ideas of where to go for your perfect Turkey Day meal.

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