Feast Your Eyes on These Miami Restaurants This Thanksgiving

Feast Your Eyes on These Miami Restaurants This Thanksgiving

The holidays are here again! With November fast approaching, many are planning holiday travel to see loved ones, spend time with family, and, of course, eat! Thanksgiving is the matriarch of all food-related holidays, and if your Thanksgiving travel plans bring you to South Florida, you’re in luck. There are lots of local Miami restaurants that will ensure your Thanksgiving in Miami is as tasty and satisfying as ever. Here are a few of our favorites that you’ll want to gobble up.

A Fish Called Avalon: Enjoy Thanksgiving Miami-style! With ocean breezes, live music, and a “sea-nic” view, you’re sure to have a fantastic and memorable holiday meal at A Fish Called Avalon! Their special Thanksgiving menu will make you glad Miami is your holiday destination!

Bocce Ristorante: Break away from traditional American Holiday fare and try an Italian Thanksgiving. Bocce’s special Thanksgiving menu offerings include “il tacchino” – turkey dinner with the traditional fixings – with an Italian flare of course. Holiday inspired dishes will also be featured on the full a la carte menu.

The Capital Grille Miami: The Capital Grill invites you to make their dining room yours this Thanksgiving. Their inviting ambiance and Executive Chef’s take on traditional holiday classics will make you feel right at home.

Del Frisco’s Grille Palm Beach: This Thanksgiving, Del Frisco’s offers a special three-course holiday feast featuring classic holiday dishes. Del Frisco’s Thanksgiving menu is $39 per person, prix fixe. They are accepting advance reservations for this special day, so make sure you get your name on the list!

DB Bistro Moderne Miami: Why not spend Thanksgiving Day indulging in the rich variety French cuisine offers? The DB Bistro Moderne culinary team presents a special three-course menu featuring seasonal favorites for only $65 per person. Book a table and make this a French Thanksgiving to remember – right here in South Florida.

After your 2016 Thanksgiving feast, continue your self-indulgence at one of the area’s premier hotels. Visit our Miami accommodations page for a list of hotels near Miami’s best restaurants, attractions, and entertainment options.

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