12 Bergen Restaurants That Are Open For Thanksgiving
De-stress for the holidays and enjoy a full feast at one of our favorite eateries in the county.
There’s nothing better than a Thanksgiving meal shared with family and friends, but entertaining at home isn’t always smooth sailing. This year, would you rather not prep apps for hours, second-guess recipe directions and cram multiple dishes into a small oven? Our answer: Pick up the phone and reserve a table at a local restaurant.
Dining out for Thanksgiving is a viable option these days, and many restaurants are opening their doors to welcome your family. Below are 12 of our favorite Bergen County restaurants (online reviews say you’ll enjoy them too) that are happy to serve you for Thanksgiving, each featuring a special holiday menu prepared by the pros. That means your meal is guaranteed to be memorable, hassle-free and delish! Just click on the links to see the offerings and reservation details.
- Brasserie Memere, Closter. This French-inspired restaurant is offering a three-course meal featuring roasted turkey, salmon, duck or beef tenderloin as the entrée. A children’s menu is available upon request. $68 per person.
- The Brick House, Wyckoff. Want more than just turkey and stuffing this Thanksgiving? Sign up for the holiday buffet here and line up for selections from the salad, pasta, chaffing and carving stations, Tuscan table and dessert section. $75 per person.
- Felina, Ridgewood. Main course selections at the downtown eatery are deboned roasted turkey, pork chops, salmon, steak and—for vegetarians—zucchini and fondue pie. $75 per person.
- Fleming’s, Edgewater. Choose from a three-course Thanksgiving meal with apps, turkey or steak option, assorted sides and desserts. The a la carte menu will also be available. $57 per person.
- Ho-Ho-Kus Inn, Ho-Ho-Kus. Sit inside or on the heated outdoor patio for a three-course feast with all the trimmings. Options include butternut squash ravioli and scallops as well as turkey, halibut and filet mignon for your entrée. $65 per person.
- Ivy Inn, Hasbrouck Heights. Diners will have a choice of steak, lamb, pasta or, of course, turkey for the main course of their Thanksgiving dinner, which also comes with starters and dessert. $65 per person.
- Leblon Steak, Hillsdale. Seconds, thirds, fourths—enjoy all the plates you want at the all-you-can-eat Brazilian steakhouse, which will have its regular rotation of meats cut for you at your family’s table. $49 per person.
- Morton’s The Steakhouse, Hackensack. The upscale chain’s full menu will be available, or you can order the Thanksgiving dinner, which comes with roasted turkey with sage and cranberry stuffing, potatoes, corn souffle, dessert and more. $59 per person.
- Osteria Crescendo, Westwood. The three-course holiday menu includes main-course selections like locally sourced turkey, branzino, bass, pork chops, tomahawk ribeye and pasta. $79 per person.
- Sanzari’s New Bridge Inn, New Milford. Get your fill and then some at the Thanksgiving afternoon buffet, which features cold, pasta and carving stations as well as hot chaffing dishes and dessert. A three-course dinner with choice of roasted turkey breast, salmon, chicken, ham, lamb chops, steak and more is also offered. Buffet: $60 per person; dinner: $52 per person.
- Segovia Meson, Carlstadt. Get a full free-range turkey dinner with all the trimmings and dessert or order from the popular restaurant’s regular a la carte menu. $30.95 per person.
- Sofia, Englewood. Order from the a la carte menu or choose one of the Thanksgiving specials, which include foie gras, tagliatelle with white Amish rabbit ragout and a turkey dinner with stuffing, veggies and cranberry sauce. Prices vary by dish.