Not a fan of poultry? Get to the popular steakhouse where diners can get the requisite turkey or their choice of filet mignon or bone-in ribeye. Read: everyone wins. Dinner is three courses, including a salad or lobster bisque to start, assorted sides for the table and either cheesecake or carrot cake for dessert. Dine in and takeout. 11am–8pm; Starting at $49.
We can’t think of a worse way to spend Thanksgiving in Miami than by slaving over a hot stove all day. In part, because there’s football to watch and family to be with (and some of us will likely be nursing a hangover after spending Wednesday night pounding cocktails at a Wynwood bar). Though, the real reason has to do with the best restaurants in Miami: Why cook when you can order in or go out for dinner? The city’s top establishments have sweetened the deal with prix-fixe meals and themed courses that require zero clean-up and little to no effort (read: you’ll have no trouble scoring a seat this holiday season). So, as much as we love grandma’s mashed potatoes or look forward to mom’s souffle every year, how about we give the family chef something else to be thankful for: Thanksgiving dinner reservations.