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Where to Eat Out this Thanksgiving

Where to Eat Out this Thanksgiving

October 26, 201844Views

Did you know that some people adamantly eat out every Thanksgiving? There’s no huge grocery prep. No countless hours spent perfecting a recipe. No massive clean up after the food’s been devoured. They simply pick a restaurant, enjoy their meal then leave when they’re finished.

Whether you’re one of those people or want to cross lines this year, we’ve got you in mind. Here are a few great Miami area restaurants you can visit for Thanksgiving. Cheers to a hassle-free holiday!

Edge Steak & Bar – 1435 Brickell Avenue, 7th Floor

Edge Steak & Bar is located within the Four Seasons Hotel, and they offer lighter meals like fresh seafood and organic vegetables as well as heartier options like crisp pork belly and prime rib steak. Of course, they also offer quality cocktails and wines from a global wine list.

Lure Fishbar South Beach – 1601 Collins Avenue

If you want to forego the meat and potatoes this year, consider Lure Fishbar. You can take your choice of fresh seafood with options like a raw sushi bar, Japanese Yellowtail and even a butter-poached lobster meal. The dessert menu conveniently matches the freshness and lightness of the main course menu with items like the tropical paradise or Key lime pie.

Meat Market – 915 Lincoln Road

Meat Market has been dubbed “South Beach’s sexiest steakhouse” for a reason. This spot is perfect if you want to don your Thanksgiving’s finest and enjoy dinner with a special someone. If the dimly lit, sophisticated atmosphere doesn’t win you over, the menu certainly will. They offer dishes like Scottish salmon with a jalapeno orange glaze and fresh sea bass served with truffle mash. You can even take it back to elementary school and order the tater tots side dish – incorporated with fresh Gouda of course.

Whether you want to dig into quality meats or freshly caught seafood, these options should help get you there. Remember, you can always eat out, even if it is Thanksgiving!

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