Celebrate this festive feast at some of Boston’s finest restaurants
Bar Boulud (Mandarin Oriental Boston, 776 Boylston St., 617-535 8800, mandarinoriental.com/boston/fine-dining/bar-boulud): Daniel Boulud’s lone Boston bistro celebrates T-Day with a luxurious three-course meal that includes Ward’s Berry Farm squash soup (pictured), heritage breed turkey, warm cranberry-apple crisp and more for $85 from noon–8 p.m.
Miel Brasserie Provençale (InterContinental Boston, 510 Atlantic Ave., 617-217-5151,
intercontinentalboston.com/dining/miel.aspx): From 11 a.m.–9 p.m., enjoy a family-style Thanksgiving feast —not to mention a dessert buffet—by the Fort Point Channel for $70 per person, $35 for kids 12 and under.
STRIP by Strega (64 Arlington St. at Park Plaza, 617-456-5300, stripbystregaboston.com): This steak house brings Italian flair to the holiday with a three-course meal boasting turkey two ways (both braised and roasted) along with osso buco as the main event from noon–9 p.m. for only $55.
Legal Crossing (558 Washington St., 617-477-2900, legalseafoods.com): From noon–8 p.m., this downtown outpost of the renowned Legal Sea Foods family of restaurants offers another $55 feast highlighted by crab cakes, clam chowder, grilled swordfish steak and sage-roasted turkey.
Top of the Hub (refer to listing, page 53): Savor Thanksgiving with a view—including a post-feast, complimentary visit to the Skywalk Observatory and live jazz from 4–8 p.m.—beginning at 11 a.m. for $75, $25 for children 6–12. And Misty Knoll Farms Vermont turkey with old-fashioned corn bread stuffing, of course.