Give Thanks for Seattle Restaurants Open on Thanksgiving

There are those of us who have spent all week brining a turkey, and those of us who realize we cannot possibly get all the cooking done in time for Thursday. If you fall in the latter camp, don’t sweat it. This may be the year to grab your friends and let a real chef do the cooking, leaving you plenty of energy to cheer on the Seahawks at night.

Here are some restaurants around Seattle serving special Thanksgiving feasts.

Agrodolce. Source: johnmariani.com.

Agrodolce. Source: johnmariani.com.

Agrodolce
709 N 35th St, Seattle (Fremont)
You can’t go wrong with their three-course meal full of decadent traditional flavors. Cost: $65 per person.

Café Flora
2901 E. Madison St, Seattle (Madison Park)
Relax and enjoy their four-course prix fix meal, including gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options. Cost: $65 adults, $25 children.

Daniel’s Broiler
809 Fairview Place North, Seattle (South Lake Union)
Enjoy breath-taking views of the water while feasting on their four-course meal offerings. Cost: $55 adults, $12 children.

BOKA
1000 First Avenue, Seattle (Downtown)
Forego cooking a five-pound turkey and instead feast on BOKA’s five-course meal. Cost: $65 adults, $25 children.

Daily Grill
1400 6th Ave, Seattle (Downtown)
You can’t go wrong with their three-course prix fixe dinner, which includes delights for the entire family. Cost: $39.75 adults, $14.75 children.

Urbane
1639 8th Ave, Seattle (Downtown)
This traditional Thanksgiving menu offering will leave you thinking it was homemade in your kitchen. Cost: $40 per person.

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