Looking for a Thanksgiving feast without all the fuss? These 12 Fort Worth restaurants that have you covered.
B&B Butchers & Restaurant
B&B Butchers & Restaurant offers both a holiday prix-fixe menu (including traditional turkey and the butcher shop’s stellar prime rib and Yorkshire pudding) and access to their glorious dinner menu from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. As an added bonus, diners will get to take home a “leftover” roast turkey sandwich, complete with stuffing and gravy, made fresh in the butcher shop that morning! On the way out, grab some complimentary hot apple cider and pumpkin cookies.
Bird Café is open 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Thanksgiving favorites will grace the tables, along with the restaurant’s eclectic brunch selections. Bird will also sustain those of you who are out shopping on Black Friday – brunch service runs from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. and the dinner menu is available starting at 3:30 p.m.
Blue Mesa Grill is open Thanksgiving from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. In addition to the fabulous brunch menu, the restaurant will offer carving stations (turkey and ham), corncake stuffing, pumpkin flan and mimosas along with coffee, tea, or soft drinks. Children under the age of 5 eat for free.
The Capital Grille is open at 11 a.m. for Thanksgiving dinner. Feast on traditional holiday fare or take advantage of the opulent steak menu and more.
Both Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House and Del Frisco’s Grille will be open for Turkey Day. Both restaurants feature both the Thanksgiving classics and the signature items each restaurant is known for: deviled eggs, steak, and truffle mac and cheese. After dinner, enjoy Sundance Square and see all the festive holiday lights and the live, 65-foot tall Christmas tree.
Eddie V's Prime Seafood
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood is open from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. Enjoy a seafood twist on Thanksgiving dinner with lobster, mussels, clams and Blue Point or Thatch Island oysters from America’s East Coast. The more traditional turkey and gravy are served with a side of glamour and brioche-sage stuffing, a cranberry chutney and roasted butternut squash.
Lonesome Dove Western Bistro
Lonesome Dove Western Bistro is open from 11 a.m until 8 p.m. Round up your friends and family for a Thanksgiving feast of wild game from Chef Tim Love. The menu boasts elk sausage sliders, boar ribs, elk loin or rabbit roulade.
The Omni Hotel is known for its festive holiday brunches, and Thanksgiving will be no exception. Brunch from 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. offers the traditional ((a sage and orange-brined turkey, clove-studded honey ham, mashed potatoes), the unusual ((rainbow trout, a duck confit cassoulet, chowders in a sourdough bread bowl, cheese and charcuterie plate) and the outrageous (crab claws, lemon shrimp and a table full of cupcakes). And you can get traditional brunch food as well.
It’s no secret that bars do a good business on Thanksgiving, and Rogers Roundhouse joins the list this year with a holiday meal accompanying good beverages and a Dallas Cowboys watching party. Join the crowd at 1 p.m. on the patio.
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse is open from 11:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. offering a traditional three-course Thanksgiving menu (starter, turkey with all the trimmings, and dessert). You also have access to the dinner menu, which includes more than a dozen cuts of beef, along with lamb, seafood and shellfish.
The Silver Fox will serve you a three-course Thanksgiving feast from noon until 6 p.m. The meal includes a seasonal butternut squash soup, wedge salad, your choice of turkey, beef or salmon and delicious desserts.
Lucile's Stateside Bistro
Lucile's is a Camp Bowie staple that Fort Worthians love. A special Thanksgiving menu will be served -- call ahead for reservations.
The latest property to open in the Crockett Row development, Stirr will serve a family-style menu from 2-10 p.m. Cost is $25.99 per adult and $11.99 for children ages 12 and under. Bottles of wine will be half-priced. Make your reservations in advance.
It’s worth mentioning that reservations for all the above options are a must.
Serve it Like You Made It
Both Central Market and Whole Foods Market will provide you chef-prepared goodies to put in your chafing dishes and call your own. You don’t have to make the meal; you just have to make the meal happen, right?
Bonnell’s Fine Texas Cuisine offers The Turkey Deal ––all the traditional sides plus a Creole smoked or deep-fried turkey. Sides include a green chili Southwestern stuffing, green bean casserole, garlic mashed potatoes and green chili cheese grits. You can also augment your cooking with a la carte grilled semi-boneless quail or beef or pork. Orders must be placed by November 20.
B&B Butchers and Restaurant will also have order-in-advance meals (traditional turkey and prime rib with Yorkshire pudding and whipped potatoes) along with delicious sides and a variety of pies. Allow at least 24 hours to order.
Local Foods Kitchen will make all or part of your holiday meal if you place your order before November 23. Best of all, you can bring your own baking dish for their corn pudding, cauliflower gratin (a nice sub for cheesy potatoes), pies and other deep dish desserts.
The Woodshed allows you to pre-order a full Thanksgiving meal for six for pick-up on November 27. And with your purchase, Chef Tim Love will donate the same meal to two local charities who feed people in need. Want to feel your heart grow three sizes? Read about last year’s deliveries.