5 Restaurants With Standout Thanksgiving Feasts
Forbes
October 2012
According to the National Restaurant Association, millions of Americans celebrate Thanksgiving at restaurants, and the majority of them choose to dine out because it’s convenient—no cooking, no cleaning. And with Turkey Day just around the corner, our Startle.com editors searched the country—from Santa Monica to Charleston—for five fabulous restaurants in which to give thanks and chow down this Thanksgiving. Read on to find out where you should book a reservation today.
 
Fearing’s, Dallas
Grab a seat in one of the seven dining rooms at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Fearing’s inside The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas and settle in for a three-course Thanksgiving meal. Whether you make it for lunch or dinner (either way, it’s $95 for adults, $35 for kids), prepare your taste buds for a Southwestern feast. Chef Dean Fearing is serving up savory dishes such as a sampler of East, South and West Thanksgiving traditions with a Chesapeake baked oyster topped with smoked bacon, Dungeness crab cioppino with basil pistou and a short rib tamale with tomatillo salsa. And that’s just the first course. You’ll enjoy Fearing’s signature tortilla dressing (that’s Texan for stuffing) with the tangerine-glazed turkey, as well as other Thanksgiving favorites (with a twist) like whipped potatoes, green beans, jalapeño cranberry relish and pecan-chili gravy. The Texas-sized meal’s grand finale is a chocolate pecan pie crunch bar with salted cajeta jam.
 
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