We’re two weeks into November and that means Thanksgiving is coming up in Seattle quickly. Whether you celebrate the day or are looking for an excuse to enjoy some delicious eats, local restaurants are ready to serve you. Here are 11 places to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner in Seattle this year.

Dine In

Ben Paris

You can enjoy a three-course Thanksgiving dinner just steps from Pike Place Market. Ben Paris is serving up a menu with items like honey nut squash soup, roasted turkey, sweet potato gratin, and more. It’s a great choice if you want to experience wandering downtown afterward.

When: November 25th
Where: 130 Pike St, Seattle, WA
Cost: $75 per person

Cafe Flora


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This year is Cafe Flora’s 30th annual Thanksgiving dinner and it’s in person! Expect a plant-based 4-course meal and you can choose between either indoor or outdoor dining.  If you’ve dined at Flora before you know it’ll be good and we recommend making your reservations ASAP as spots will go quickly.

When: November 25th
Where: 2901 E Madison St, Seattle, WA
Cost: $75 per adult

Goldfinch Tavern

Enjoy a 3 course Thanksgiving brunch made just for you at Goldfinch Tavern. The menu includes options like oysters, carrot cake overnight oats, slow-roasted turkey, wild PNW mushroom hash, pumpkin creme brûlée, and much more. Be sure to make reservations as this will be popular.

When: November 25th
Where: 99 Union St, Seattle, WA
Cost: $75 per adult

Hotel Sorrento

Hotel Sorrento’s Stella is going big this year with an homage to 112 years of Thanksgiving. You’ll be able to dine on a scrumptious menu with items like burrata & wild mushroom bruschetta, cream of brussel sprouts, fancy roast turkey, and many more items. Plus you get to experience it all in the historic atmosphere of this grand hotel.

When: November 24th-November 28th
Where: 900 Madison St, Seattle, WA
Cost: TBA



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This Sunset Hill bistro is wood-fueled and has not one but three ways for you to enjoy Thanksgiving this year. The first option is dine-in which is complete with a snack platter, veggies of your choosing, and entrees like turkey, pork, or salmon. You can also opt for a take and bake menu which can feed 2-4 people depending on what you choose as well as a turkey pick-up.

When: November 25th or pick up November 24th
Where: 6414 32nd Ave NW, Seattle, WA
Cost: $160-$320

The Lakehouse

If you’re looking for farm-to-table dining on the eastside, consider a Thanksgiving dinner at The Lakehouse. This year they’re serving up a menu with items like roast turkey, fennel sausage stuffing, pumpkin pie, and more. You can also opt for a takeout version for 2 as well.

When: November 25th or pick up
Where: 10455 NE 5th Pl, Bellevue, WA
Cost: $75-$96

13 Coins

This beloved local chain is serving up Thanksgiving at all 3 of its locations. You can snag a menu with items like butternut squash soup, roasted turkey with sage stuffing, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, and more. You can also opt for a take-out option that can serve between 4-8 people depending on your needs.

When: November 25th or pick up
Where: Multiple locations across Seattle
Cost: $48-$340

Take Out

Plum Bistro


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This NYT-approved vegan restaurant is offering a massive take-home feast this year. You can choose from a $150 feast for 4 that includes a seitan roast, cornbread stuffing, mac and “yease” and more. But if you just want a few items you can do that too and choose from pies and sides.

When: Pick up dates on November 24th & 25th
Where: 1429 12th Ave, Seattle, WA
Cost: $18-$150

Blue Ribbon Cooking

If you’re looking for an array of options consider Blue Ribbon. You can choose dishes to feed between 2-8 and people. Some of the featured dishes include a whole turkey, ginger maple smashed yams, butternut squash bisque, and more. It’s sure to be delicious no matter what you pick.

When: Delivery November 24th & 25th
Where: 2501 Fairview Ave E, Seattle, WA
Cost: $350+

Wilmott’s Ghost

If you’re planning a big dinner, Thanksgiving from Wilmott’s Ghost might just be your best bet. The menu serves 8-10 and features an organic dry brined turkey ready to roast at home along with a bountiful assortment of the restaurant’s favorite dishes. There’s nothing like a Renee Erickson thanksgiving!

When: Pick up November 24th
Where: 2100 6th Ave, Seattle, WA
Cost: $485

Eden Hill Restaurant

If you want to enjoy Thanksgiving in the comfort of your own home without all the cooking, consider ordering from Eden Hill. This year they’re offering a 4 person take-home meal with items like 1/2 a turkey, stuffing, creamed kale, pumpkin basque cheesecake, and more. It will be a truly seasonal meal from the restaurant that does seasonal eats best.

When: Pick up November 24th
Where: 2209 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA
Cost: $250

You have no shortage of options when it comes to Thanksgiving dinner in Seattle this year. Now that being said, reservations are going quickly at many of these restos so we recommend placing your orders and bookings resos ASAP. With that, enjoy and happy Thanksgiving!