Greenpoint is home to a cornucopia of great restaurants, and many of them are hosting Thanksgiving dinners or offering takeout feasts. Scan the list below, make a reservation or pre-order meals, and let someone else handle the holiday cooking.
This list includes Greenpoint restaurants that have already opened reservations and advertised takeout menus for Turkey Day. Greenpointers will update this list in the coming weeks as more restaurants share their Thanksgiving plans.
Where to Dine on Thanksgiving
Mediterranean mainstay Glasserie (95 Commercial St.) is celebrating its tenth year serving Thanksgiving dinner. This year, Thanksgiving will be served from 2 p.m. – 9 p.m. and cost $98 per guest.
Menu highlights include appetizers of stuffed olives, spiced nuts, and pistachio olive bread, followed by crispy yams with duqqa and a salad of beets, citrus and endive. The main course includes roast turkey with cranberry or maitake and bulgar risotto with sides of Brussels sprouts, fingerling potatoes, and broccolini. Dessert includes labne sorbet, choux buns, date cake, and apple crumble
Glasserie is now booking reservations for Thanksgiving dinner. Book on Resy or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellation is free before Thursday, November 17 at 8 a.m. After that, cancelling this reservation can trigger a fee of $40.00 per guest.
For the second year, Greenpoint gem Fulgurances (132 Franklin St.), is serving its spin on Thanksgiving dinner. Fulgurances is offering three seatings at 2 p.m., 5 p.m., and 8 p.m. Dinner is $110 per person for a pre-fix family-style Thanksgiving meal.
Although a full menu has not been set, on Instagram, Fulgurances wrote, “Antoine and our team will be serving delicious twists on Thanksgiving classics!”
Purchase tickets on Resy, including the exact number of guests in your group, so that Fulgurances can design your family-style menu. A vegetarian menu will be available. For parties of seven or more, contact email@example.com.
Esme (999 Manhattan Ave.) is serving up their “whimsical take” on a Thanksgiving feast starting at 1:00 p.m. Dinner for adults will cost $85, while kids under 12 cost $45.
Esme’s Thanksgiving meal will be served family style for the table with a huge spread that includes a welcome cocktail, roasted turkey, sourdough stuffing, potato puree, turkey jus, cranberry sauce, roasted carrots, miso glazed Brussels sprouts, and roasted sweet potatoes. There will be pumpkin pie for dessert.
Vegetarian options will be offered. Wine pairing is available, as well as a full a la carte bar, special wines by the glass, and special bottles of wine. Both indoor and heated garden spaces are available and will be seated for this event.
Reservations can be made on Resy and must be prepaid. Reservations can be canceled with a refund up until end of day on Sunday, November 20.
Sereneco (113 Franklin St.) is also serving Thanksgiving dinner for the second year in a row. The charming seasonal spot will offer a three-course seasonal pre-fixe menu for $75 per person.
The menu’s first course will offer a choice of a homemade biscuit, roasted butternut squash soup, or an organic pear salad. The second course includes a choice of turkey breast with garlic mashed potatoes, green beans and gravy; poached dorado with baby artichokes, cherry tomatoes, green olives and fennel; or vegan mushroom risotto with asparagus, chickpeas, and lemon oil. The third course includes a choice of a dark chocolate brownie, caramel bread pudding, or ice cream or sorbet.
Sereneco noted that the menu is subject to slight alterations. The restaurant is currently accepting reservations via Resy.
Leuca (111 North 12th St.) is once again offering a grand Thanksgiving feast for $105 per person.
The spread includes a selection of antipasti including olives; Leuca’s popular ricotta with hot honey and garlic; a misticanza salad with grilled pears, gorgonzola dolce, and hazelnut; and antipasti spiedini with salumi, peperoncini, and sun-dried tomatoes.
The secondi section of the spread includes herb-roasted turkey, pecorino and fennel sausage stuffing, delicata squash, and cranberry mostarda. The third course includes a dessert of Sicilian pistachio cake and a sweet potato tart.
Leuca is accepting Thanksgiving reservations via its website. The restaurant is also offering a takeout Thanksgiving feast and will release that menu soon.
Maison Premiere (298 Bedford Ave.) is now accepting reservations for Thanksgiving via Resy. The Thanksgiving menu will be offered from noon to 10:30 p.m. and is $95 per person.
Maison Premiere’s Thanksgiving menu includes a choice of honeynut squash soup, duck rillette, hamachi crudo, or a fall chicories salad to start, followed by a choice of turkey roulade, Hudson Valley steelhead, or stuffed delicata squash. Sides for the table include oyster stuffing, crispy Brussels sprouts, and pomme puree.
Keg and Lantern
Keg and Lantern (97 Nassau Ave.) will be open on Thanksgiving and taking reservations for a traditional Turkey dinner at the Greenpoint taproom. Email Keg and Lantern at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to make a reservation.
Keg and Lantern’s prix fixe menu will include pumpkin soup, a turkey dinner, and pecan pie for dessert. It will cost $39 per person, making it one of the most affordable options on the list.
Where to Get Thanksgiving Takeout
Edy’s Grocer (136 Meserole Ave.) has started accepting pre-orders for its “zesty” Thanksgiving takeout feast filled with unique Middle-Eastern spins on Thanksgiving classics.
You can pre-order via a form on Edy’s website and pick up from Edy’s the week of Thanksgiving, Sunday 11/20 — Tuesday 11/22. Limited quantities are available and pre-orders close Thursday, 11/17. You can try a few of the menu items or all of them, and if you order the full feast, you get a discount.
The menu includes fig jam ‘stuffins’ which are herby stuffing muffins for $30, baked mac and cheese for $85, ‘zesty’ turkey for $120, harvest fatteh with Brussels sprouts, carrots, squash, and chickpeas for $80, and apple pie for $35. The whole feast is $325 for 6 – 8 people and includes one of each menu item.
Settepani Restaurant and Bakery (602 Lorimer St.) is offering two Thanksgiving takeout menus. The first option costs $379 and feeds 12 – 15 people. The second option costs $195 and feeds 5 – 7 people.
Option 1 includes a 14 – 20 pound organic turkey, 1 quart of gravy, 1 quart of cranberry sauce, half of a sheet of cornbread, and half of a try of a mixed green salad.
Option 2 includes a 12 – 16 pound organic turkey, half a quart of gravy, half a quart of cranberry sauce, 1/4 of a sheet of cornbread, and 1/4 of a try of a mixed green salad.
Both options include a choice of stuffing: wild mushroom with rice; corn bread with bourbon, pecan, and sausage; or wild rice and dried fruit deglazed with port. Both options also include a choice of pasta: either a lasagne bolognese or pasta alla norma.
Option 1 includes a choice of two sides, while option 2 includes one side. Side options include a meat and cheese spread, Brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, and butternut squash. Lastly, option 1 includes two desserts, while option 2 includes one. Dessert options are: apple crumb pie, coconut custard pie, and pumpkin pie.