Where to Order Thanksgiving 2022 Feasts Near Oriana
If you’re looking for a top-tier Thanksgiving feast but not so excited about the prep work, cooking and clean-up, look no further as we’ve got you covered! Here’s a look at some of the tastiest feasts available near Oriana.
La Goulue – Upper East Side
Located less than 15 minutes from Oriana, the Upper East Side’s French restaurant La Goulue is all set to serve a three-course Thanksgiving feast this year. Serving up traditional dishes as well as French specialties, including roasted organic turkey, pan-seared salmon, steak au poivre, butternut squash soup, pumpkin tart, and pecan mascarpone napoleon. Learn more about La Goulue’s Thanksgiving Menu.
The Ribbon – Upper West Side
Make your reservations ASAP to enjoy A Very Happy Thanksgiving At The Ribbon. Featuring appetizers like roasted fall soup,stuffed butternut squash, and main courses like rotisserie turkey with traditional stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, gravy, brussel sprouts, and sweet potato casserole, The Ribbon certainly knows how to prepare a feast.
Not big on turkey during the holidays? No problem. Try the pan seared salmon with cranberry glaze or the NY strip steak with bone marrow butter. Learn more about The Ribbon’s Thanksgiving Feast.
The Smith – 1900 Broadway, Manhattan
This year, all four of The Smith’s Manhattan locations are talking turkey, offering a three-course menu with “all the fixings, plenty of options, and we’ll do the dishes!”
We would agree, as there certainly are a lot of options to choose from. For starters, there’s butternut squash soup, tuna tartare, burrata and honey crisp apple + goat cheese salad. For your main course, choose between turkey pot pie, a braised turkey drumstick or a roasted turkey breast. If you’re not feeling turkey, try the Red Wine Braised Short Rib, salmon or rigatoni carbonara.
The Raw Bar will also be open for Thanksgiving, featuring oysters and seafood platters like The Royale ($69) a platter of oysters, chilled shrimp, and spicy salmon tartare. Learn more about The Smith Thanksgiving Feast.