Thanksgiving will be here before you know it and if you don’t have cooking plans yet it might just be the year to let local restaurants do the work. Whether you want to dine in, takeout, eat a classic holiday meal, something plant based or new dishes and traditions, we have you covered. Here are 8 places to enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving dinner in Seattle.

Goldfinch Tavern

Goldfinch Tavern is offering a three-course feast from Chef Jeffrey Hunter. The menu features sophisticated Pacific Northwest cuisine with options like Dungeness crab consommé, prime rib, seabass and butternut squash fondant among other items. The menu costs $150 per adult.

Where: 99 Union St
Hours: Dine in Thursday, November 23rd 11 AM–7 PM

13 Coins

Classic local restaurant chain 13 Coins is offering both dine in and take out Thanksgiving. Both menus are the same and have offerings like garlic-herb roasted turkey, roasted garlic yukon gold mashed potatoes, and apple-sage stuffing among other items. Dine in costs $48 per person and  take out costs $195 for 4 people and $325 for 8 people. Meals can be picked up on Wednesday, November 22nd between 7 AM-10 AM or 2 PM-5 PM.

Where: Multiple locations
Hours: Varies by location


Ballard’s Samara if offering both dine in and take out options for Thanksgiving this year. Dine in menus cost $95 per person and includes snacks, a grilled salad, smoked turkey and pumpkin pie. The take out option is a turkey dinner plate with a slice of pumpkin pie or caramel nut tart for $57.

Where: 6414 32nd Ave NW
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 5 PM- 9 PM

Le Coin

Le Coin is offering take home kits designed to serve four to six people. Menu items include local, free range turkey, whipped Yukon gold potatoes, grilled carrots and apple clafoutis among other items. Kits will be available Wednesday, November 22nd between 2 PM and 6 PM. Keep in mind that kits are selling quickly.

Where: 4201 Fremont Ave N
Hours: Pick up between 2 PM and 6 PM

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Plum Bistro

Chef Mikini Howell has crafted a delicious plant based dine in menu this year. Guests can enjoy items like “Mac & Yease”, Pecan & Portobello Wellington, and Sage Cranberry Glaze ‘Meatloaf’ among other items. This year’s menu is priced per item so you can go as big as you’d like. You also have the option of ordering two different take home options that serve 5-6 people for $230-$250. Pick up for the meals is offered on Thanksgiving day between 9 AM and 1 PM.

Where: 1429 12th Ave
Hours: Dine in Wednesday, November 22nd 4 PM-9 PM, Thursday, Thanksgiving day 2 PM-7 PM

Cafe Flora

Plant based restaurant Cafe Flora is offering dine in Thanksgiving day service starting at 1 PM through to the last seating at 6:45 PM. The menu costs $85 per person and is a “specially curated 4-course meal.” Flora Bakehouse is also offering take homes options like “house made pies, freshly baked onion buns, mushroom handpies, and more.”

Where: 2901 E Madison St
Hours: Thanksgiving Day service 1 PM-6:45 PM

Hotel Sorrento

Hotel Sorrento is serving up a classic thanksgiving menu with three courses. Options for dishes include things like roasted mille-feuille caramelized onions, chevre goat cheese, cranberry compote, roasted turkey and yukon gold mashed potato among other items. The menu costs $85 per person.

Where: 900 Madison Street
Hours: Thursday, November 23rd at 2 PM, 5 PM, and 8 PM


Mamnoon is offering a take out Thanksgiving meal for 4-6 people this year. It is uniquely without turkey but has delicious dishes like batata harra, chickpea and brassica bi-zeit, baharat roasted Brussels sprouts, za’atar roasted sweet potatoes and mama spiced cranberry sauce. The full package costs $110 but you can also choose to purchase individual dishes for prices ranging from $15-$25.

Where: 1508 Melrose Ave
Hours: Pick up, Wednesday November 22nd 12 PM-8 PM

Be sure to make reservations and place pre orders as soon as possible. With that, happy Thanksgiving Seattle!