High angle view of festive table and people eating

If you’re traveling to Boston for Thanksgiving, you’re in luck—there is no lack of Thanksgiving menus at local restaurants. No need to pull out all the stops, cook all day, and have to clean up when you can eat a phenomenal Thanksgiving meal and relax. Whether you’re looking for a fun, upbeat atmosphere or a quieter, cozy setting, we’ve got your back. Here are 5 restaurants around Boston to choose from that are serving a delicious Thanksgiving dinners.  

Beat Brasserie

This spot in Harvard Square is perfect if you’re into a boisterous atmosphere with live bluegrass and Americana music. With twists on traditional New England fare, like Clam Chowder with corn and sweet potato and Maine Halibut with pumpkin and zucchini, the expansive holiday menu won’t leave you disappointed or hungry.

13 Brattle Street

Top of the Hub

Not only can you eat a delicious Thanksgiving brunch or dinner here, you can do so while overlooking the entire city. Top of the Hub, which is on the top floor of the Prudential Center, is surrounded by glass windows and sprawling views of Boston. Treat yourself to a 4-course prix fixe menu for either meal, with choices like brioche French toast and pumpkin pie creme brulee, and feel like you’re on top of the world.

800 Boylston Street

City Table

Located off of Boylston Street in Back Bay, City Table’s Thanksgiving menu offers holiday favorites in addition to their full menu. Try the quintessential Turkey Dinner, served with a savory brioche and sausage stuffing, tangy ginger cranberry sauce, and creamy gravy. Make sure to save room for a slice of Pumpkin Cheesecake or homemade Apple Pie!

65 Exeter Street

Bistro du Midi

For a more upscale and refined restaurant, try the extensive offerings from the three course meal at Bistro du Midi, located along the Public Garden on Boylston Street. Choose from the more classic dishes, like turkey with sweet potato puree or heirloom squash soup, to the more eclectic ones like coral infused pasta or pumpkin beignets.
272 Boylston Street

Beacon Hill Bistro

Stay close to the Boxer and take a short walk over to the Beacon Hill Bistro, a cozy restaurant that incorporates local New England produce. Their prix fixe Thanksgiving menu has a French twist with dishes like Pork Paté, Braised Lamb, and Apple Croustade—but don’t worry, the traditional American dishes like Turkey with stuffing and Pumpkin Cheesecake are offered as well.

25 Charles Street, Boston, MA 02114