Thanksgiving Happenings

Thursday, November 26 is Thanksgiving Day. This year’s holiday will look different and we encourage you to take steps to enjoy it safely with family and friends. 

Whether you are catering and staying in with your immediate family or dining outdoors at one of your favorite Downtown West Palm Beach eateries, we have gathered some options to make your meal effortless:  

Avocado Grill 
125 Datura Street 
Avocado Grill will satisfy your holiday cravings with a three-course feast featuring healthy options for the holiday of overindulgence, a traditional turkey dinner, and other hand selected items. Vegan and vegetarian options and a children’s menu are available. Reservations for dine-in and pre-ordering for take-out are highly encouraged. Price depends on items purchased. 

Batch New Southern Kitchen 
223 Clematis Street 
Batch New Southern Kitchen will be open and serving Thanksgiving dinner beginning at 3 p.m.  The kitchen’s entire dinner menu will be available in addition to Thanksgiving specials including turkey, stuffing, waffles and pumpkin pie. Plant-based entrees are also available. 

The Blind Monk 
410 Evernia Street 
Pick up a Thanksgiving basket that will perfectly complement your Thanksgiving dinner. The basket is filled with an assortment of cheeses and charcuterie that will make for a beautiful and delicious spread.  

225 Clematis Street 
Feast with Duffy’s new Thanksgiving preorder meals. The preorder includes options that feed families of 4, 8, or 12 people for just $15.99 per person. Preorder by Wednesday, November 25 for pickup on November 26. Online ordering is available. 

Pistache French Bistro 
101 N. Clematis Street 
Join Pistache on Thanksgiving Day for their special three course prix fixe menu from 2 – 8 p.m. Enjoy Pistache favorites like Burgundy Escargot, Autumn Squash Salad and Beef Bourguignon along with an  all-natural Turkey with accompaniments like Chestnut Brioche Stuffing, Brown Butter Sweet Potato Puree and Cranberry & Orange Chutney.  

Quick Reminders: 
To estimate how risky it might be to host or attend a get-together, check out the CDC’s “Considerations for Events and Gatherings” Click Here