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Where to Eat Lunch for Your Thanksgiving Day 2018 in Portland?
Thanksgiving is pretty much about two things: eating and family. Unfortunately, not everyone is lucky enough to be able to gather their loved ones together for Thanksgiving nor cook an amazing home meal for the occasion. So, what is the next best thing you can do to enjoy this wonderful holiday? EAT!
Gather your friends whose Thanksgiving plans have also failed and turn this Thanksgiving into a fantastic day by sticking together. Portland’s got a range of fabulous restaurants open for Thanksgiving, which makes this plan even better. The bad news? The restaurants book up quickly. But, the good one is that there are plenty of great places you’d love even if your favorite one is booked. Either way, be quick to reserve your table!
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Here’s the list of the restaurants, check it out:
4237 N Mississippi Ave
Portland, OR 97217
Those who haven’t been spending their Thanksgiving dinners with family for a while know that Prost is all about hosting its annual Thanksgiving Day Feast and doing it wonderfully. Come to the restaurant at 6 PM for a free turkey dinner for all! Wait, what? Exactly! Prost understands the real value of “sharing is caring,” and the fantastic staff is always giving their best to give this gathering a real family flair. And while the event (if we can call it that) is free, Prost encourages everyone present to donate some money for those in need.
1101 NE Alberta St
Portland, OR 97211
A bar masqueraded as a restaurant, Radio Room is there for its patrons 365 days of the year. You are always welcome to come here and enjoy a plate of hibiscus gimlets with beer. There’s also the option to eat dinner all day during holidays, with a variety of options: order anything from bacon mac and cheese and burgers to vegan stuffed squash or go for a full Thanksgiving platter for $29. If you want your Thanksgiving to be a proper one – complete with turkey, rosemary-bacon stuffing, fried Brussels sprouts, roast purple sweet potatoes, and all other Thanksgiving deliciousness – you know where to come. Thanksgiving dinner at Radio Room is usually around 8 PM.
920 E Burnside St
Portland, OR 97214
It may be cold out, but Hey Love is all about tropical vibes and plant-filled spaces. If you decide to eat your Thanksgiving dinner at Hey Love, you’ll enjoy a ‘70s-themed Thanksgiving party you’ll be talking about for months after! The event will cost you about $30, with three entree options to choose from roast turkey, pumpkin dumplings, and pineapple sweetheart ham to green bean, buttery mashed potatoes, and wild mushroom casserole. Oh, and – there’ll be pie, too! Hey Love is giving a portion of the proceeds to charities that support indigenous people. Reservations at hey Love aren’t required, but it wouldn’t hurt you make one since it gets pretty busy at the restaurant at this time of year.
1315 NE Fremont St
Portland, OR 97212
If you are feeling French this Thanksgiving, maybe you could give Verdigris, a charming French restaurant a chance. The restaurant serves a five-course dinner for the holiday so that you can come at pretty much any time. The servings are scheduled for 1 PM, 4 PM, and 7 PM.
Verdigris’s chef Johnny Nunn will treat you to a classic turkey dinner elevated in a typical French manner: apparently, Dungeness crab with almonds, grapefruit, and caviar taste perfectly when paired with a properly roasted turkey breast! Twice-baked sweet potatoes are also a thing at this place, as is a range of assorted desserts.
Paley’s Place Bistro & Bar
1204 NW 21st Ave
Portland, OR 97209
The eponymous Russian-French-Northwestern restaurant Paley’s Place is one of the restaurants you’ll be able to eat Thanksgiving dinner at, in 2018. Your turkey dinner will cost you around $38, which is a pretty sweet deal. Plus, you’ll get to enjoy a range of entrees and additional items, including Paley’s iconic seared foie gras, dumplings, oysters, and more. You can come to the restaurant between 1 and 8 PM. Since Thanksgiving at Paley’s Place is historically the restaurant’s busiest, try making reservations as early as possible.
See? Not having your Thanksgiving with the family at home isn’t the end of the world, especially because Portland’s beaming with fabulous places that’ll welcome you and your friends this November 22nd. Choose your favorite restaurant, call Radio Cab, for Portland: 503-227-1212 / Radio Cab Lake Oswego 503-227-1212 / Radio Cab Vancouver 360-694-1234 to book your taxicab ride, and start enjoying everything about this holiday!BOOK NOW