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By Meagan McCarthy / November 25, 12:00 AM
Let someone else do the cooking this Thanksgiving
With Thanksgiving just days away, it’s time to start planning the big meal. If wrestling a turkey into the oven and mashing a pound of potatoes isn’t your idea of a perfect holiday, don’t stress. Restaurants throughout Boston will be serving Thanksgiving dinner with all of the trimmings. Rather than running around the kitchen all day, simply make a reservation and relax with your loved ones in the city. The best part? You don’t even have to wash the dishes.

Enjoy a Thanksgiving brunch or dinner at the Seaport Hotel’s restaurant, Aura. In addition to the traditional turkey and holiday cakes for dessert, there's a chocolate fountain to complete the meal. You won't find that at Grandma's house. 

Embrace your Southern side at the new Beat Hotel in Cambridge. With a buffet from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., you’ll find traditional dishes as well as some comfort food. Live country, bluegrass, and Americana music will be playing all day to keep you in the spirit. Adults can eat at the buffet for $38 while children age 12 and under can eat for $19.

Start off the holiday season in the warmth of Grafton Street Pub and Grill in Cambridge. Executive Chef Eric Gregory has created a three-course menu with traditional turkey as well as other seasonal options such as Sweet Potato Ravioli and salmon with butternut squash. Choose from the prix-fixe menu for $38 or add a beer or wine pairing to each course for $18 more.

Who says Thanksgiving dinner can't include fish? Visit Legal Sea Foods for a one-of-a-kind Thanksgiving or choose their traditional turkey dinner, complete with stuffing, mashed potatoes, squash, and cranberry sauce for $21.95 per person. In addition, the second floor of Legal Harborside is offering a special prix fixe menu.

Watch Chef Eric Brennan prepare your Thanksgiving feast in the open kitchen at Post 390. The three-course option is available for $52 per person and a traditional Roasted “All Natural” Amish Raised Turkey will be served.

Add a spicy sizzle to your Thanksgiving at Rosa Mexicano. After enjoying a complimentary Hot Apple Cider made with Mexican Canela, you can feast on a roasted turkey with huitlacoche stuffing and a sticky pumpkin cake soaked in pumpkin-piloncillo sauce for dessert. To complete the festive meal, try their seasonal fall sangria.

At Park, Chef Mark Goldberg is preparing a Thanksgivukkah Meat Pie sure to delight turkey-lovers and Hanukkah celebrators alike. They'll be offering up their regular menu along with a turkey dinner and a roasted native redfish. They'll be open from noon-8 p.m.

If you want to have a Thanksgiving dinner at home but don’t want to do the cooking, let the chefs at Summer Shack do it for you. For $135 you can get a traditional meal with all of the fixings that serves 8-10 people. If you just want the turkey, you can have it southern deep fried or oven roasted for $95. Just looking for dessert? Order a homemade pumpkin, pecan or apple pie for $15.

From noon until 8 p.m., Upstairs on the Square will host their annual Thanksgiving dinner. Surround yourself with family and loved ones in the Soirée Dining Room or the Monday Club Dining Room for a traditional dinner. The prix fixe menu features all of your favorites for $72 per person and half price for children under 12. UpStairs offers a full vegan menu as well.
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