Not up for cooking this Thanksgiving? These Denver restaurants have got you covered. Grab you favorite pair of stretchy pants!
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House would love for you to gather around their table! The special holiday feast will be on Thanksgiving Day from 12 – 8 p.m. and includes a butternut squash appetizer or holiday salad, for the entrée a slow roasted turkey breast with sweet onion apple sausage stuffing with all the trimmings including mashed sweet potatoes or Chateau potatoes, thin green beans, pan gravy and cranberry relish. For dessert, indulge in pumpkin cheesecake or pecan pie a la mode. The cost is $52 per person. For reservations, call 303-976-0100.
The Inverness is hosting a special Thanksgiving brunch from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Thursday, November 26, 2015. The brunch includes Fruits de Mer, Small Plates, a Salad Bar, Thanksgiving Breakfast, Thanksgiving Lunch, Entrees, a Carving Station and Desserts. There are dozens of items to choose from including seafood, duck, turkey, traditional sides, fruits and baked goods – something for everyone. The cost is $56.95/guest before tax and gratuity.
Make it a hip-hop Thanksgiving by stopping in at Habit Doughnut Dispensary and Carbon Beverage. First, grab a seat in the Locker under the historic carriage house door and dig in to the Thanksgiving Turkey TV Dinner courtesy genius chefs Scott Parker and T.J. Bresina. Their version of a home-cooked dinner, Carobn-Thanksgiving-style, comes with juicy roast turkey, a sweet-tart-n-sassy cranberry sriracha hit, side of Love Beets (Carbon-speak for beet hearts), garlic mashers and a pumpkin brioche doughnut to round out the TV-Dinner style offering. Satisfy your sweet tooth on your way out with a visit to little sister Habit Doughnut Dispensary next door for the Apple of my Chai, an apple chai brioche doughnut with brown butter and sugar streusel with clove caramel, or the Sellout, a maple glazed doughnut with a brown sugar maldon salt streusel and caramelized tender belly bacon. Or go traditional with the Pumpkin, a Blazed B brioche doughnut with chocolate pumpkin cremieux, creme brûlée and piped chocolate finish.
On Thursday, November 26 from 11am-9pm, Kachina Southwestern Grill offers a family-style “Back to Our Roots” Thanksgiving meal, with a special focus on native foods. The four-course meal includes items such as Tequila Carnitas with chopped onion, cowboys beans, and cilantro; Red Bird Farms Achiote Brined Turkey with pan gravy; Smoked Prime Rib with wild mushroom jus and horseradish crème; Tender Belly Pork Loin, house made, wrapped in bacon and stuffed with chorizo and smoked demi; and a Dessert Board, including a selection of mini treats such as Mini Pumpkin Pie, Mini Chocolate Cola Cake, and Mini Apple Crisp.
On Thanksgiving Day, grab your friends and head to ViewHouse for a seasonally-inspired to pair with the fabulous holiday turkey dinner special menu of herb-roasted turkey breast served with garlic whipped mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, aromatic stuffing, haricot vert almandine, cranberry jam & fresh buttery brioche roll. The same night see the launch of the ViewHouse Care for Colorado Toy Drive to benefit Denver Metro Boys & Girls Club. BOTH ViewHouse locations are drop off sites for the toy drive between November 25th – December 16th. When you drop off a toy for the toy drive, indulge in the ViewHouse Peppermint Godiva Chocolate Martini, which will see $1 for every drink donated to the Care for Colorado Toy Drive.
Jill’s Restaurant at St Julien Hotel & Spa in Boulder is offering a Thanksgiving brunch. From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., for $64.95 for adults and $24.95 for children ages 4-12, brunch will include made-to-order pancakes and waffles; house-smoked salmon with Moe’s mini bagels; a chilled seafood station; a carving station; and more. With seatings at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m., Jill’s multi-course Thanksgiving candlelight dinner will feature butternut bisque with brandied apples; potato gnocchi with root vegetables, pancetta lardon and tarragon; a baby kale salad; natural turkey breast and stuffed leg roulade with brussels sprout leaves, yukon potato puree, gravy and cranberry; slow-roasted prime rib, hazelnut crusted halibut or lentil and walnut loaf; and, warm chocolate cake with peppermint ice cream or gingerbread spice cake with warm toffee sauce. $69.95 for adults and $24.95 for children ages 4-12.
The Nickel, located inside Hotel Teatro, will be serving Thanksgiving dinner from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, with the last seating at 6 p.m. For $55 per person, the three-course prix fixe menu will include a confit duck salad or squash soup; smoked turkey breast with cranberry sauce, pork loin ham glaze or prime rib au jus; and pumpkin pie, pecan pie and chocolate tarts served with vanilla ice cream. Family style sides — such as green beans and mushroom velouté, yams, and cornbread stuffing — will also be available. For reservations, call (720) 889-2128
Randolph’s, the signature restaurant at Warwick Denver Hotel, will offer Thanksgiving brunch and Thanksgiving dinner on November 26. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., brunch will feature roasted turkey, herb-crusted prime rib and honey glazed ham. Adults are $65 per person, seniors are $45 per person and children under age four eat free. From 5-10 p.m., a prix fixe Thanksgiving dinner menu will include a starter, entrée and dessert for $50 and under per person. Featured items will include roasted turkey, spiral ham and herb-crusted prime rib. For reservations, call (303) 318-7272.
From 12 – 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, enjoy a traditional turkey meal or classic menu favorites from range, the original concept restaurant and bar inside Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center at the Colorado National Bank. range specializes in locally-purveyed, Native American West cuisine that focuses primarily on the ingredients, cultural influences and cooking techniques inherent to the Rocky Mountain West. range will offer a traditional Thanksgiving meal, complete with turkey and all the fixings, plus year-round menu favorites, like grilled jalapeño peppers ($11) with apple wood bacon, chorizo, haystack chèvre and fresno jam and a variety of wood oven flatbreads ($13), including wild mushroom “white pie,” smoked chipotle chicken and house Italian sausage. For reservations, call (720) 726-4800