Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in NYC

Feel like trading in your home-cooked feast for a night of turkey filled fine dining? If so, hit these restaurants serving up traditional and twisted takes on T-day dinner:

Keepin’ It Classic: Jo’s Nolita

This Nolita gem is serving up turkey and all the fixins with a Eurasian twist. This three-course menu kicks off with your choice of Spiced Butternut Squash Soup or Quinoa Salad followed by Shrimp Sambal Tumis or Sake Poached Asian Pear Salad. For the main course opt for Herb Roasted Turkey aside sautéed brussel sprouts, sweet potato puree, pan roasted herb stuffing, gravy and cranberry sauce or a veg friendly entrée of mushroom risotto. And, for dessert dive into a traditional pumpkin pie. Jo's is serving up their feast from 2 - 8 p.m.

NYC: Where to Party this Week

What to Drink Now at Corkbuzz Wine Studio

When: Jan 30, 7 pm - 9 pm
Where: Corkbuzz Wine Studio, 13 E. 13th St. (Bt. 5th Ave. & University Pl. ), 10003

Start your week at the newly opened Corkbuzz Wine Studio for their 'What to Drink Now' class. Join fellow wine lovers to explore the latest in everything wine --from the latest regions to where to experiment with new favorites. Get your ticket here.

NYC Restaurant Roundup

The Bowery Diner

241 Bowery between Rivington and Stanton Sts (212-388-0052)

The Bowery Diner spawns from Mathieu Palombino of Bouley, BLT Fish, and Motorino. The can-do-all chef once again switches gears and ventures into classic American. Think double-patty burgers, pancakes, french fries, glazed donuts, milk shakes and pancakes. It's a diner, but it's no Denny's. Expect tasty twists on classic dishes, trademarked by Palombino.