Three Thanksgiving dinner offerings from Miami restaurants we love
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and many of our favorite Miami restaurants are going all out. If you want to let someone else take care of the cooking this year, head to one of
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and many of our favorite Miami restaurants are going all out. If you want to let someone else take care of the cooking this year, head to one of these three South Florida spots. Make sure you come with an appetite!
Head to Coconut Grove if you’re craving Thanksgiving favorites with a Cuban twist. Ariete will be serving up a family-style menu priced at $85 per person for takeout and $75 per person for dine-in. Standout dishes include turkey with croqueta stuffing and gravy, pastelitos stuffed with turkey fricassee, green bean casserole, Parker House rolls with whipped honey butter, a cheese ball with candied walnuts and pecans, pumpkin pie, and more. If you’re opting in for carryout, make sure you place your order by Monday, November 16 for pickup on Wednesday, November 25.
Details: Ariete is located at 3540 Main Hwy, Coconut Grove. For more information, visit www.arietecoconutgrove.com.
Bar Collins at Loews Miami Beach Hotel
Bar Collins at Loews Miami Beach Hotel is offering a three-course a la carte menu, where you can mix and match your favorite Thanksgiving dishes. Choose from options like apple country wedge salad, organic farmed grilled salmon, Hasselback potato gratin, sweet potato souffle, and of course, traditional oven-roasted turkey. Dessert is your choice of pumpkin pie and NY swirled raspberry cheesecake. Dinner is priced at $65 per person and $29 for children age 5-12. Children age 4 and younger eat for free.
Details: Loews Miami Beach Hotel is located at 1601 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. For more information, visit www.loewshotels.com/miami-beach.
Acclaimed restaurant, La Mar by Gastón Acurio, at the Mandarin Oriental will host a Peruvian-style Thanksgiving dinner for dine-in and carryout. Served family-style, the menu includes crispy roasted pancetta filled with aji panca, Peruvian corn cider, and cranberries, arroz arabe with cumin, angel hair noodles and shaved toasted almonds, caramelized sweet potato puree with orange, Brussel sprout salad with green apples, and a Peruvian tamal filled with pork jaw. Dinner is $180 for 4 and $135 for two.
Details: Mandarin Oriental Miami is located at 500 Brickell Key Dr, Miami. Make a reservation here.