The holiday season has officially arrived and we’re celebrating with all the best bites and festive activities Atlanta has to offer! Discover which restaurants are open, who has special holiday menus and more for this exciting Thanksgiving holiday:
The Sun Dial Restaurant & Bar
Located on the uppermost floors of The Westin Peachtree Plaza, The Sun Dial Restaurant & Bar is the perfect place to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with a fantastic view of the city. The tri-level dining complex will offer a five-course pre-set menu with 360-degree panoramic views of the Atlanta skyline on Thanksgiving Day, November 23 from 1-8 p.m.
For reservation and pricing information, visit www.SunDialRestaurant.com.
Ray’s in the City
Enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving feast at Ray’s in the City! Open on Thanksgiving Day from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Ray’s in the City is offering classic family meals, including garlic mashed potatoes, roasted Brussels sprouts and, of course, herb-roasted turkey.
To learn more about reservations and pricing per person, visit www.RaysInTheCity.com.
Situated downstairs at Hotel Clermont, Tiny Lou’s is a French-American brasserie offering impressive three-course meals for Thanksgiving! Featuring pumpkin velouté, braised black Angus bourguignon and apple crisp dessert, Tiny Lou’s mouthwatering holiday menu is available exclusively on November 23 from 4-9 p.m.
For additional information on pricing and reservations, visit www.TinyLous.com.
Celebrate the holiday at 5Church Midtown with its annual Thanksgiving buffet! Welcoming guests from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on November 23, 5Church Midtown will offer Thanksgiving favorites, including turkey and ham, deviled eggs, grilled corn, sweet potato soufflé, potato salad and chocolate bourbon pecan pie.
For reservation and pricing information, visit www.Midtown.5Church-Atlanta.com.
True Food Kitchen Avalon
Pre-order a whole squash pie, two large sides and six complementary cookies starting November 8 through November 21 in-store, online or by phone for $84. Orders must be made 24 hours ahead and picked up in-store on November 26. Large side options include roasted Brussels sprouts, caramelized onion grain pilaf, herb-roasted fingerling potatoes, Tuscan kale sales, honey-roasted carrots and more!
To learn more about True Food Kitchen’s Thanksgiving special, visit www.TrueFoodKitche.com.
Which Atlanta restaurant are you planning on enjoying the Thanksgiving holiday at? Let us know in the comments.
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