It's Almost Turkey Time: More Thanksgiving Meals in NYC
Round 2 of our Top Picks Turkey Day Meals

Don't want to baste the day away? Check out these Thanksgiving specials all over town.

Spice Market  is offering a prix fixe menu ($34) on November 24. These Southeast Asia inspired dishes are a delightful departure from your traditional Thanksgiving fare. Enjoy butternut squash soup, chestnut sausage stuffing, gingered cranberry sauce, and of course roasted turkey breast. The resto will be open from 12pm-1am Thanksgiving day.


Take advantage of Wall & Water's stupendous deal, where guests can enjoy a full menu created by Executive Chef Maximo Lopez from 12-9pm on specialties such as red wine braised shoulder of beef, herb roasted organic turkey, butternut squash souffle, and more. Let the kiddies play in the Children's Lounge with puzzles, games, and coloring. OR have Wall & Water cook your turkey for you! Reserve a turkey 72 hours in advance, pick it up, warm it up, and chow down. Order one by sending an e-mail to ian.grant@andaz.com.

Order up a turkey from Brother Jimmy's this holiday! Bro Jimmy's will be offering cajun fried turkeys (14-16 lbs.), served with cornbread stuffing, collard greens, cranberry relish, candied yams with walnuts, along with your choice of pumpkin pie, pecan pie, or apple crumb all for just $225. Place your order by November 17th by sending an e-mail to turkeys@brotherjimmys.com.

Head to Sushisamba for a flavorful spin on Thanksgiving. This meal will be incorporating Japanese, Peruvian, and Brazilian flavors for a delicious feast. Dine off their a la carte menu or try out their specialty cocktails and dishes, created specially for Turkey Day. Specials include braised short rib gyoza, mojo roasted organic turkey, brazil nut apple pie, and a special Thanksgiving Cocktail. The Sushisamba Park and Sushisamba 7 locations will be open from 12pm-12am.


All throughout Thanksgiving week, Alfama will be offering a special takeout menu ($200). Dishes include a whole turkey, stuffing, cranberry relish, mashed potatoes, baked brussel sprouts, turkey gravy, and specialty breads. Portuguese pumpkin apple pie is also available by pre-order for $12. Orders must be placed one week in advance by calling 212.759.5552. Thanksgiving day, the restaurant will offer a four course menu ($65) with a choice of turkey two ways or bacalhau, shrimp turnover amuse, a choice of soup, and a choice of dessert. Alfama will be open from 2-10pm and the regular menu will also be available.

Trot up to Bistro61 for a three course prixe fixe menu ($42 or $30 for takeout). Seatings are from 12-5pm and it is recommended to make a reservation. Choose from soup or salads for your appetizer, followed by your choice of turkey, rissoto ai fungi, or butternut squash ravioli. For dessert, pick from pumpkin pie a la mode or market fresh fruit salad.

Marche du Sud will be open on Thanksgiving Day only in the morning for all of your holiday breads, pates, cheeses and other specialty items to make this holiday a little more French. Make sure to pre-order your pumpkin & pecan tartes, in individual or 10 inch sizes.