Preston Hollow’s Thanksgiving Day feast roundup: 2014 edition

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Reservations for Thanksgiving day dining and catering are filling up fast. Here are a few neighborhood spots to consider this year:

For a pre-ordered Thanksgiving meal 

The Kitchen at 6130
Enjoy Chef Kent Rathbun’s cooking at your own holiday table. Packages come with complete instructions and can be heated in the containers they come in. Choose from a hickory roasted turkey, aged gouda macaroni and cheese, sweet potato maple pecan pie, and more. Deadline for ordering is Nov. 21 at 4 pm. Prices vary; pick up on Nov. 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

TJ’s Fresh Seafood Market
TJ’s Thanksgiving Take Out Menu includes a variety of sides and fresh seafood. The “Seafood Holiday Feast” costs $455 and includes enough home-smoked salmon, cocktail shrimp, oysters, crab claws, and crab meat to feed 10-15 people. Thanksgiving day orders must be received by Wednesday, Nov. 19.

Bread Winners Inwood Village
For $22.99 per person choose from roasted turkey or cider glazed ham with stuffing, pull-apart rolls and more festive bites. Call 214.754.0099 to order.

For eating out on Thanksgiving day

The Mercury
This year’s Thanksgiving day buffet will be from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Brunch items include both traditional and non-traditional selections such as chicken enchiladas, jalapeno cheese grits, and marinated crab claws. Cost is $49.95 for adults, $29.95 for kids; call 972.960.7774 to reserve.

Princi Italia
Savor a three course Thanksgiving day meal — including lobster bisque, seared scallops with black pepper fettucini, and caramel sea salt pudding — from noon-9 p.m. Cost is $38 per adult; half-off for children. Call 214.739.5959 to reserve.

Seasons 52
This NorthPark Center restaurant is scrapping its 475-calories-per-menu-item rule for a traditional Thanksgiving day menu featuring a roasted turkey with all of the traditional fixins. Costs $26.95 for adults and $12.95 for kids.

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By |2014-11-15T18:34:27-05:00November 17th, 2014|Dining, Food and Drink, Holidays|0 Comments

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