Leave the pots and pans in the cabinet this Thanksgiving, local chefs are in the kitchen this year.
Whether you’re in town visiting or want an elevated home-cooked meal you didn’t have to make, enjoy the holiday with us Downtown.
From lobster cannelloni to the traditional turkey and dressing here’s where you can feast in Downtown for Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving To-Go at Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel
Stay full and stress less with a little help from the Renaissance Hotel who will be cooking up Thanksgiving meal kits you can take home.
The kits feed up to eight people with a mouth-watering menu that includes green bean casserole, bourbon buttered yams, mesquite smoked turkey, cornbread stuffing, and an assortment of house-made pastries for dessert.
Orders need to be confirmed by Nov. 20 and kits will be picked up curbside Tuesday, Nov. 22 from 3-6 p.m. or Wednesday, Nov. 23 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Price per kit is $215 plus tax, heading instructions will be included.
In addition to the pickup dinners, Renaissance’s Dust Cutter will be serving a mouth-watering Thanksgiving dinner Nov. 24 from 12-6:30 p.m. The mean is $48 per person plus tax. Space is limited and reservations are not available, guests are welcomed on a first come first serve basis.
Three-course Thanksgiving Dinner at Blue Hound
Blue Hound chefs are cooking up a Thanksgiving dinner that features a menu of traditional Thanksgiving classics with a satisfying contemporary twist.
The first course includes honey-glazed jumbo shrimp with crispy pork belly and the second course features a grilled filet mignon, pan-seared duck breast, and more. Finish the delectable meal with a pumpkin pie tartlet and a chocolate creme brulee.
The meal is served Thursday, November 24 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are $105 per guest and $50 for children 6-12.
The Salvation Army Annual Thanksgiving Dinner
With a mission that proclaims everyone deserves a full belly and warm heart on Thanksgiving, the Salvation Army offers a traditional sit-down meal with all the trimmings. The dinner is free and open to the public and for people of all ages. no advance signup or registration is required.
The event will be held at the Phoenix Convention Center on Thursday, Nov. 24 doors open at 9:30 a.m. Meal service will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.