7 Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner

This Thanksgiving, let someone else do the cooking.

Photo by Alexandra Whitney Photography.

Thanksgiving dinner doesn’t have to be stressful. Forget the shopping, cleaning and cooking this year and make a reservation at one of these great restaurants in and around the Main Line.

Brandywine Prime: Brandywine Prime will serve dinner on Thanksgiving from 2–7:30 p.m. A $32 per person special three course served menu featuring items like a fall apple salad, creamy local mushroom soup, roasted organic turkey with traditional sides and pumpkin bread pudding will be served. A limited a la carte steak house menu will be also be available.

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1617 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, (610) 388-8088.

Davio’s King of Prussia: Head to this King of Prussia newcomer for turkey and all the fixings. Dinner will be served from 12–8 p.m. The special feast is $49 for adults and $15 for children under 12. The regular dinner menu will also be available.

200 Main St., King of Prussia, (610) 337-4810.

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DiBruno Bros: Dine in the comfort of your own home, while still letting someone else do the cooking. The Thanksgiving menu serves six and can be scaled up depending on the number of guests. The menu features a choice of Turkey Braciola, a boneless roulade of free-range turkey breast stuffed with dark meat, turkey sausage and herbs, or a traditional all-natural, slow-roasted turkey. Sides range from harvest root vegetables to roasted brussels sprouts to candied yams with a spiced honey pecan glaze. Total packages start at $175 and include rolls, butter, cranberry relish and dessert. A sides package is also available for $75.

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120 Coulter Ave., Ardmore, (484) 416- 3311.

General Warren Inne: This fine dining mainstay serves a seated three course Thanksgiving menu from 12–8 p.m. including butternut squash bisque with bacon and brussels sprouts, traditional turkey, haricot verts, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin cheesecake.

9 Old Lancaster Roadd, Malvern, (610) 296-3637.

Moshulu: Spend this Thanksgiving holiday aboard the landmark Moshulu on Penn’s Landing. Whether you are looking for an intimate dinner for two or a large gathering for the entire family, the Moshulu offers a unique setting, rich in history and celebration for spectacular dining on the waterfront. Chef Anthony Bonett is serving a three course dinner menu for $60 featuring fall inspired menu items including a slow roasted natural turkey breast with all the traditional trimmings. Finish off your meal with holiday-inspired desserts prepared by executive pastry chef Sandy Valentine. A children’s menu will be available as well.

401 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, (215) 923-2500.

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Paramour: Paramour is presenting a special three-course prix fixe Thanksgiving menu for $60 per person. Expertly chosen wine pairings will also be available for an additional $35 to highlight each course. The menu includes cream of chestnut soup, Plainville Farms roasted turkey and spiced pecan tart. Dinner begin at 12 p.m.

139 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 977-0600.

Radnor Hotel: Give thanks with your family at the Radnor Hotel’s marvelous Thanksgiving buffet while enjoying the sounds of classical piano. Served from 12–6 p.m., indulge on butternut squash bisque, baked ham with balsamic-fig glaze, roasted turkey with giblet gravy and more. The buffet is $38.95 per person, $17.50 per child, and complimentary for children under five.

591 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 341-3188.

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