Eating Out for Thanksgiving? Get on Those Reservations NOW
Ok, so making a Thanksgiving feast is not on your to-do list, here are some places around town that are offering a great spread. But, you have to get on it NOW!
According to the Idaho Statesman, reservations are highly recommended....the best part? No cleanup for you!
The Idaho Statesman also has a huge list of some places around town offering buffet-style dinners. CLICK HERE for the full list.
Richard’s: Now at the Inn at 500 Capitol in Boise, they are offering a prix fixe menu ($45 per person) from 3 to 8 p.m. It includes a choice of:
- butternut squash soup
- green salad
followed by a choice of:
- roast turkey
- grilled ribeye steak
- sockeye salmon
- a vegan dish — served with Thanksgiving side dishes
For the third course
- pumpkin cheesecake
- apple pie a la mode
- pecan pie
- or a decadent chocolate dessert.
Owyhee Tavern Steak & Sea: 1109 Main St., is doing a special three-course dinner ($40 per person) from noon to 8 p.m.
- a choice of smoked salmon corn chowder
- butternut squash soup
- garden salad
- or a Caesar wedge salad
- Angus prime rib
- broiled salmon with saffron-tomato vinaigrette
- and a Thanksgiving plate packed with herb-rubbed roast turkey breast, turkey leg confit, cornbread stuffing, oven-blistered Brussels sprouts, tangy cranberry sauce, mashed Yukon Gold spuds and gravy.
Finish off with:
- a trip through the dessert buffet, which will have various holiday pies, cherry-chocolate soufflé, vanilla-rum mousse and more.
Chandlers at Hotel 43, 981 W. Grove St.in Boise is also offering you a prix fixe menu ($49 per person) from 1 to 9 p.m.
Start the three-course menu with your choice of:
- wild mushroom soup
- roasted butternut squash soup
- roasted beet salad
- Waldorf salad
- wedge salad
- or Caesar salad.
- lamb chops with apple-mint chutney
- pan-seared sea bass
- slow-roasted prime rib
- petite filet mignon
- a vegetarian platter
- or roast turkey with tarragon-pine nut stuffing, roasted root veggies, orange-cranberry relish, mashed potatoes and gravy.
- pumpkin pie topped with Chantilly cream
- or warm apple cobbler with cinnamon ice cream.
Emilio’s at The Grove Hotel, 245 S. Capitol Blvd. in Boise will have a five-course prix fixe dinner menu ($38 adults, $34 seniors, $16 kids 12 and under) from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- creamy vegetable crudité with Roquefort dip
followed by: roasted butternut squash bisque.
- Caesar salad
- a gussied-up wedge salad
- or one with Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage, pumpkin seeds, cranberries and lemon vinaigrette.
- a choice of grilled mahi mahi and prawns
- slow-roasted prime rib with Yorkshire pudding
- candied roast pork loin with Madeira gravy
- or roast turkey with natural gravy, whipped potatoes, sage stuffing, candied yams and clementine-cranberry preserves.
- white chocolate-pumpkin cheesecake
- or chocolate-pecan turtle cake.