Thanksgiving is only two days away, but there's still time to abandon your plan to actually cook a turkey or battle traffic to get home. Presenting a map of restaurants that still have tables available, if you're looking for a place to get your turkey and fixins on and would like them prepared by some of the best chefs in the South. Plus, insight on who is serving prix fixe options and where to get Earl Gray marshmallows in your pumpkin soup.Read More
6 Restaurants with Last-Minute Thanksgiving Reservations
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McCrady's is booked up for late afternoon and evening reservations, but still has availability from noon to 3:45 p.m. The details of the menu aren't available yet, but you can expect heritage turkey to be featured prominently. It's $65 for three courses.
Chef Jeremiah Bacon is skipping the steak, and going for a three-course meal, including Carolina turkey two ways (breast and confit legs), sides of all sorts and pumpkin panna cotta. It's $42 per person, and on offer from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Tristan is keeping it unexpected, of course, with dishes like pumpkin soup with Earl Gray marshmallows and shrimp and tapioca gnudi on their Thanksgiving menu. Each of the three courses will have four or five dishes to pick from, so non-traditionalist and those looking for the old standards should be able to find something. It's $65 for three courses, and it's best to book a reservation before 4 p.m.
Cypress just changed up the menu, and all of the new items (like oysters and Craig Deihl's charcuterie) will be available, in addition to some holiday specials, like heritage turkey and grilled ham. It's a la carte from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Burwell's Stone Fire Grill
Burwell's is going both ways for Thanksgiving, serving the standard menu and a $45 four-course meal, including bird prepared a couple of ways. The special menu includes pumpkin and turkey confit angolotti and turkey roulade. The hours for the holiday are noon to 9 p.m.
The Boathouse at Breach Inlet
Chef Charles Arena is cooking up four courses for a reasonable $36.95 this Thanksgiving. In addition to turkey, look for local fish at this seaside restaurant, as well as some other turf choices, like lasagna and lamb.
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