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5 Thanksgiving Dinners You Can’t Miss

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Celebrate a no-stress holiday by making a reservation for Thanksgiving dinner this year. No fuss, just the good stuff—the food. Here is a our guide to five unforgettable dinners to be served on the Main Line.

Farmhouse Bistro: Hightail over to this enchanting Malvern property for the return of its well-received Thanksgiving buffet. Available noon–8 p.m., guests may devour everything from butternut squash and Bosc pear bisque to herb-roasted turkey, cornbread, sausage stuffing and spiced apple cake with eggnog sauce. Full menu here. Cost is $42 per person ($18 for guests under 12). Reservations made online or by calling (610) 647–8060, ext. 158. 39 Conestoga Road, Malvern.

Radnor Hotel: Hit this Main Line hotspot to embark on a proper Thanksgiving feast. From noon to 6 p.m., a vibrant buffet will be served, featuring imported cheeses, butternut squash bisque, baked ham with balsamic-fig glaze, roasted turkey with giblet gravy, and more. Full menu here. Sounds of classic piano will accompany the buffet. Cost is $36.95 per person, $17.50 per child under 12. Reservations may be made here or by calling (610) 341-3188. 591 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne

Paramour

Paramour: Special for Nov. 27, executive chef Eric Goods of the Wayne Hotel restaurant has designed a festive three-course prix fixe menu that starts with your choice of soup and salad starter (roasted butternut squash and lobster soup or port poached pear and goat cheese salad), followed by a pick of roasted Zimmerman Farms’ turkey, corned Rohan duck breast or slow-roasted Strube Ranch wagyu brisket, and a decadent finale (pecan pie, pumpkin cheesecake, ginger crème brulee). Cost is $60 per person plus an optional $30 wine pairing. A la carte menu also available. Dinner served noon–9 p.m. Reservations made online or by calling (610) 977-0600. 139 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne

Sullivans Steakhouse: This luxe King of Prussia steakhouse will open its doors on Thanksgiving Day, featuring a $39 prix fixe feast. From soup and salad starters like shrimp and lobster bisque or classic caesar salad to a roast turkey main course with sweet onion, apple and sage stuffing, and elegant meal enders like crème brulee and chocolate mousse, eating out on a holiday has never been this stress-free. All the traditional sides are available for your prix fixe too, including options like sweet potato casserole, sauteed green beans in cashew butter and hand-shucked creamed corn. A la carte menu also available (dry-aged New York strip, one-pound lobster tail, and more). Reserve your table online or by calling (610) 878-9025. 700 W. Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia

Vickers Restaurant: Escape to this impeccable Exton restaurant where you’ll devour a sophisticated take on a Thanksgiving feast. From noon–7 p.m., a proper holiday menu will be served, spotlighting selections like escargot persillade, charred baby artichokes, roasted turkey accented with spiced cranberry compote, rosemary and mustard-crusted rack of lamb, plus so much more. Full menu here. Reservations made by calling (610) 363-7998. 92 E. Welsh Pool Rd., Exton