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Can’t Cook? 7 Spots That Are Serving Thanksgiving {2016} Dinner in Hoboken

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We all like to think we can cook, but in reality, whipping up some boxed Mac n’ Cheese unfortunately doesn’t really count. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s time to start strategizing a game plan for the biggest eating day of the year — especially if you’re in town and aren’t able to head to Grandma’s house for some home cooking! For anyone who can’t cook, we’ve got you covered with the BEST spots in Hoboken for a Thanksgiving feast that are open on Thanksgiving Day.

Amanda’s {908 Washington Street}



One of Hoboken’s best brunch spots if we do say so ourselves, it’s no wonder why they’re offering up fan favorites featuring a couple highlights from their menu, as well as Thanksgiving classics {with the Amanda’s twist of course}. For $55, Amanda’s will wine and dine you with a three-course meal that will leave you fully satisfied until next Thanksgiving {because we’re already dreaming of the warm apple strudel with fresh whipped cream for dessert}!

McLoone’s Pier House {1300 Sinatra Drive}

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Thanksgiving is obvs a holiday dedicated to eating and eating and then continuing to eat ’til you can no longer breathe. So what better way to spend this holiday then at a Turkey Day buffet? McLoone’s Pier House is offering an all-day buffet from 11:30 AM – 8:00 PM with all the classics — including turkey, prime rib, ham as well as all a plethora of sides. For $29.95 per adult and $12.95 per child, this deal one is hard to pass up if you’re not in the spirit of cooking. Oh, and did we mention they have $4 mimosa and Bloody Marys?! Thanksgiving AM = complete.

Brass Rail {135 Washington Street}


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With another brunch favorite on the list, it’s no wonder why the Brass Rail is not only a must for Sunday brunch {and its wine on tap}, but for Thanksgiving dinner. Their prix-fixe menu offers all the necessities — your appetizer, entrée, and dessert for only $45. Be sure to make a reservation though; they book up quickly.

Del Frisco’s Grille {221 River Street}



One of the best bargains in town for T-Day this year, this newer waterfront staple is offering a three-course meal for $39 {steal!}. This pre-fixe menu offers one appetizer {tip: the butternut squash bisque is amaze}, followed up with a traditional turkey dinner including all the trimmings — and of course ending with one of their fall flavored desserts. However, if Thanksgiving grub isn’t your fave, you can also order off their full menu all day.

Halifax {225 River Street}



If you’re looking for a fancier Thanksgiving dinner and want to impress any guests, Halifax, located right in the W Hotel, is def your jam. For $55 per person, you’ll be treated to an appetizer, entrée, a side and one dessert, with menu options ranging from house cured salmon, turkey roulade to pumpkin mascarpone orzo {YUM!}. This spot is definitely a crowd-pleaser — high ceilings, natural wood details, and welcoming color palette will def set the perfect holiday mood, even when you’re dining out on Turkey Day. Oh, and did we forget to mention the breathtaking views of NYC’s skyline and the Hudson River?! Stunning, always.

Anthony David’s {953 Bloomfield Street}



You can always trust a restaurant that originally started out with prepared foods to-go and then made a name for themselves as a gourmet specialty hot spot. While we love dining in their cozy, relaxed restaurant, this Thanksgiving you can basically be the hostess with the mostest — they will cater your entire Thanksgiving feast with everything from the appetizers, to entrees and of course dessert [you don’t even have to tell your guests and take ALL the credit…]. But make sure you get your order in quick as the last day for orders is November 21st!

The Little Grocery {214 Jefferson Street}


This Hoboken staple has been providing Hoboken residents with delicious home cooked meals for years {and the self-proclaimed best egg sammy in Hoboken!}. This year, The Little Grocery are joining Anthony David’s and doing the work work while you sit back and enjoy your family, football and {of course} food. The eatery is offering whole roasted turkeys with a bourbon butter glaze for $165, honey-baked ham for $145 and herb roasted turkey breast for $95. While they have two locations in Hoboken {the second one is located at 1212 Washington}, they’ve set the pickup location for all orders at their downtown shop.


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