Thanksgiving dining: southern Palm Beach County picks

Thanksgiving may be America’s most anticipated holiday for home cooks, but if you prefer to make a reservation rather than roast a turkey, you’ve got plenty of options. Listed prices do not include tax and tip.

South county picks:

Farmer's Table, Boca Raton. (Photo by Gyorgy Papp)
Farmer’s Table, Boca Raton. (Photo by Gyorgy Papp)

Farmer’s Table

The healthy foods eatery is offering a prix fixe menu (with vegan option) from noon to 8 p.m. The special menu costs $45 per adult, $22.50 per child.

Farmer’s Table: 1901 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton; 561-417-5836; FarmersTableBoca.com

Vic & Angelo’s Delray

The eatery’s south county location is offering a three-course Thanksgiving Day prix fixe menu that features carrot-ginger soup, roast turkey or honey-bourbon glazed ham, sweet mashed potatoes, Italian sausage-mushroom stuffing and cranberry sauce with pear and cardamom. Dinner costs $22.95 per person; add $5 for a glass of red or white house wine. The special holiday menu will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., and the regular menu is available as well. Reservations are recommended.

Vic & Angelo’s: 290 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 561-278-9570; VicandAngelos.com

The Office

The popular Delray Beach eatery kicks off Thanksgiving Day with a la carte brunch, served from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Options include turkey sandwich with cranberry-fennel jam and brie, eggs Benedict, a sausage-stuffing frittata, bagels-and-lox, and pancakes with raspberry compote.

A full Thanksgiving buffet will be served starting at 3 p.m. Offerings include such carving-station as lemon-thyme turkey, garlic-rosemary duck and honey-glazed ham. The buffet costs $37 per person. Reservations are suggested.

The Office: 201 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 561-276-3600; TheOfficeDelray.com

Hudson Delray

The waterside, seafood-centric restaurant and bar will serve a three-course Thanksgiving Day feast from noon to 8 p.m. On the menu: roasted butternut squash bisque, wild mushroom risotto, roast turkey with sage-sausage stuffing, honey-cured ham, pan-roasted salmon, and various seasonal, classic desserts.

The special menu costs $40 per person. A children’s menu is available as well.

Hudson Delray: 900 E. Atlantic Ave., #22, Delray Beach; 561-303-1343; HudsonDelray.com

50 Ocean, Delray Beach. (Contributed)
50 Ocean, Delray Beach. (Contributed)

50 Ocean

Arrive during daylight and you’ll get a Thanksgiving Day feast served with a side of ocean views. On the menu: turkey with whipped sweet potatoes, pretzel-Gouda stuffing, green beans gratin and Hawaiian rolls. For dessert, there’s spiced pumpkin tart made with local ricotta, vanilla-egg cream and almond brittle.

The three-course menu, which costs $45 per person, is offered from noon to 8 p.m.

50 Ocean: 50 S. Ocean Blvd. (second floor), Delray Beach; 561-274-2339; 50Ocean.com

Tanzy Restaurant

The Boca Raton eatery serves a three-course Thanksgiving Day feast with herb-roasted turkey and a large selection of sides and dessert. The special menu costs $45 per adult, $20 per child age 12 and younger.

Tanzy Restaurant Boca Raton: 301 Plaza Real, at Mizner Park, Boca Raton; 561-922-6699; TanzyRestaurant.com/boca

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Thanksgiving dining picks: central Palm Beach County

Thanksgiving may be America’s most anticipated holiday for home cooks, but if you prefer to make a reservation rather than roast a turkey, you’ve got plenty of options. Listed prices do not include tax and tip.

Central county picks:

Avocado Grill, West Palm Beach. (Richard Graulich/ The Palm Beach Post)
Avocado Grill, West Palm Beach. (Richard Graulich/ The Palm Beach Post)

Avocado Grill

The downtown West Palm eatery is serving healthy holiday options on Thanksgiving Day. In addition to a small-plates menu, chef Julien Gremaud is offering a three-course holiday dinner for $39 per person. The options:

A lightened-up dinner of turkey, quinoa, braised kale, roasted tomatoes, green beans, sweet potatoes and cranberry. Or a traditional dinner of turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, green beans and cranberry. Each meal option is served with an appetizer and dessert.

Thanksgiving menu hours: 3 to 9 p.m. on Thursday. Reservations: Strongly recommended via OpenTable.com or at 561-623-0822

Avocado Grill: 125 Datura St., West Palm Beach; AvocadoGrillWPB.com

Pistache

The bustling bistro, which offers a view of the downtown West Palm Beach waterfront commons, will serve a special three-course menu on Thanksgiving Day.

On the menu: eight appetizer options, including roasted pumpkin and goat cheese salad, Burgundy escargots, foie gras and classic French onion soup, and four entrée options: roast turkey with chestnut brioche stuffing, pan-roasted black grouper, beef bourguignon and steak frites. The dessert selection: apple and pumpkin pies, warm molten chocolate cake, pistachio crème brûlée and dark chocolate mousse.

The special menu, served from 3 p.m. on, costs $55 per person. (For kids, there’s a special $25 holiday menu.)

Pistache French Bistro: 101 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561-833-5090; PistacheWPB.com

Meat Market

The Palm Beach steakhouse will serve a la carte dinner specials on Thanksgiving night. Chef Sean Brasel has created a holiday menu that includes a fresh turkey leg roulade stuffed with sourdough, house-smoked pork belly and Peruvian corn; a wood-grilled citrus-vanilla turkey breast cooked in the sous vide technique to a tender finish with cauliflower puree and candied bacon-tomato marmalade; and a mixed platter of turkey and American bison short rib crusted with walnut praline demi and bone marrow flan. Reservations: strongly recommended at OpenTable.com.

Meat Market: 191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach; 561-354-9800; MeatMarket.net

Cafe Boulud, inside the Brazilian Court hotel, Palm Beach. (Richard Graulich/ The Palm Beach Post)
Cafe Boulud, at the Brazilian Court hotel, Palm Beach. (Richard Graulich/ The Palm Beach Post)

Café Boulud Palm Beach

Executive chef Rick Mace is preparing a three-course, traditional holiday menu, to be served from 1 to 9 p.m. (A vegetarian option is available.) Dinner costs $89 per person, $45 for kids 10 and younger.

Café Boulud at the Brazilian Court Hotel: 301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach; 561-655-6060; CafeBoulud.com/palmbeach

Eau Palm Beach

The Manalapan resort has a few sumptuous options for Thanksgiving dining. The resort is hosting a fancy, “Eau Does Giving” holiday feast in the resort’s ballroom from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. ($95 per adult, $40 per child). There’s also a four-course dinner in Eau’s fine-dining restaurant, Angle, starting at 6 p.m. ($85 per person), and a three-course meal (and a la carte dishes) at the more casual Temple Orange ($65 per person).

All dining options promise a portion of the proceeds to the Palm Beach County Food Bank. Reservations are recommended.

Eau Palm Beach Resort: 100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan; 561-533-6000; EauPalmBeach.com

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Thanksgiving dining picks for northern Palm Beach County

Thanksgiving may be America’s most anticipated holiday for home cooks, but if you prefer to make a reservation rather than roast a turkey, you’ve got plenty of options. Listed prices do not include tax and tip.

North county picks:

3800 Ocean, Singer Island. (Richard Graulich/ Palm Beach Post)
3800 Ocean, Singer Island. (Richard Graulich/ Palm Beach Post)

3800 Ocean

The oceanfront eatery has a full day of food offerings on Thanksgiving, including a breakfast buffet (8 to 10:30 a.m., $28 adults, $14 kids under 12), a grand holiday brunch (noon to 3 p.m., $65 adults, $18 kids under 12), and a prix fixe dinner menu (5 to 10 p.m., $65 adults, $18 kids under 12).

3800 Ocean: 3800 N. Ocean Drive, inside the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort, 561-340-1795; Marriott.com

Spoto’s Oyster Bar

The seafood-centric eatery serves its Thanksgiving Day feast from noon to 7 p.m., offering a traditional holiday menu with some seasonal and surf-turf options. The full, traditional turkey dinner costs $24.75. Other meal options: New Orleans crab cakes, filet mignon, grilled black grouper, Maine lobster and Alaskan king crab. Reservations are recommended.

Spoto’s Oyster Bar: 4560 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 561-776-9448; Spotos.com

Vic & Angelo's, Palm Beach Gardens. (LibbyVision.com)
Vic & Angelo’s, Palm Beach Gardens. (LibbyVision.com)

Vic & Angelo’s PGA

The eatery is serving a traditional “Be Grateful” Thanksgiving feast that includes a glass of red or white wine. The meal costs $27.95 per person and will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. The regular menu is available as well. Reservations are recommended.

Vic & Angelo’s at PGA Commons: 4520 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 561-630-9899; VicandAngelos.com

III Forks

The steakhouse is serving a four-course Thanksgiving Day dinner from 3 to 9 p.m. Entrée choices include a spice-rubbed holiday turkey, roasted Midwest beef tenderloin, or a Vermont maple-glazed salmon. Dinner costs $47 per adult and includes options from a dessert table. For $17, kids 12 and younger may choose soup or salad, an entrée and dessert. A la carte dishes are available as well.

III Forks: 4645 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 561-630-3660; 3Forks.com

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