These Houston Restaurants Will Serve Thanksgiving to You
Some people love getting together with family in the kitchen and football on the TV to create a magical Thanksgiving feast, but with a gigantic feast is a gigantic clean-up, which most of your relatives seemingly disappear for. If you’re looking to enjoy some amazing Thanksgiving food without all the prep, cooking and cleaning then a restaurant may be the next best thing. Thankfully, restaurants won’t serve their patrons the same menu when it comes to this nationwide holiday and actually bust out their best Thanksgiving menu. These 3 Houston restaurants take away all the work without taking out any flavor from your Thanksgiving feast.
Jonathan’s The Rub Memorial Green
Preorder your Thanksgiving meal before November 15th and pick up your delicious food between 10:00am – 3:00pm Thanksgiving Day at Jonathan’s. Get a delicious 48-hour brined Turkey with your choice of sides and desserts starting at $85. Choose from green bean casserole, garlic mashed potatoes or mac n cheese and finish your meal out with Pecan Pie or Tres Leches. Once your meal is paid for at pick up, your meal will be loaded into your car and off you go to enjoy your delicious Thanksgiving meal. Check out Jonathan’s Thanksgiving Menu to see all of your options.
For Thanksgiving celebrators that are tired of traditional turkey dinner, take a drive to Steak 48 where a giant steak is your main protein. Doors open at 1pm where they will be serving their full menu alongside their Chef’s Traditional Thanksgiving dinner, so attendees that are looking for a classic Thanksgiving bite have plenty of options to choose from as well. Reservations can be made by giving Steak 48 a call at 713.322.7448.
If you’re really looking to make your Thanksgiving meal special Bisou has an excellent 2 Course meal menu for you to choose from. For $55 per person patrons get a selection of Butternut Squash Risotto and Crispy Prosciutto for their 1st course and Turducken Roulade, Sweet Potato Puree, Crispy Brussel Sprouts and Cauliflower for their 2nd. Of course, there are other options to choose from for your first and second course, they also have desserts and a kids menu to choose from. Check out their Thanksgiving Menu on their website, doors open at 12pm on Thanksgiving Day.
Just three options of the many Houston restaurants that serve Thanksgiving meals. From take home to sit-in meals there are a myriad of options to choose from if you are wanting a break this Thanksgiving.