Just the thought of Thanksgiving dinner is enough to make your mouth water. Thinking about all the special holiday foods that only make an appearance once a year on Thanksgiving Day brings a smile to many faces. While the traditional holiday dinner is the backdrop of many family traditions and memories, enjoying such a feast means one thing – someone is responsible for cooking and cleaning it up.
Wouldn’t it be nice to just enjoy a meal of thanks with your favorite people without worrying about what’s going on in the kitchen or constantly having your attention pulled away from your guests? While once sort of taboo, the concept of enjoying Thanksgiving at a restaurant has been gaining popularity in recent years. With so much delicious food and nothing to do but enjoy each other’s company, going to a restaurant for Thanksgiving can be the perfect option.
The only question left to answer is where you’ll go. Many restaurants get booked up fast for their Thanksgiving meal, so planning ahead is key. Here are 3 top restaurants in the Detroit area to consider for your Thanksgiving Day feast.
The Rugby Grille
The Rugby Grille, located in the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, offers one of the most elegant Thanksgiving dining options in the Detroit area. The atmosphere is classy, yet personal and cozy. Their menu of Thanksgiving Day offerings is still in the works, but if it’s anything like years past you’ll find classics like cider brined turkey, melt in your mouth prime rib and wild salmon along with expertly crafted sides and one of the most envied wine and cocktail menus in the area. Make sure you call now to reserve your spot.
The Whitney is one of the most iconic buildings in Detroit, and their reputation as one of the most exquisite spots for enjoying a perfectly classy meal or hosting an elegant event is unsurpassed. If you’re looking to start a cherished tradition, join The Whitney for their annual Thanksgiving Parade Brunch.
The all you can eat brunch includes champagne, mimosas and parade seating along Woodward avenue where you can also have steaming hot, decadent hot chocolate delivered as you take part in one of Detroit’s most treasured holiday traditions.
The Moose Preserve
The Moose Preserve in Bloomfield Hills is where you’ll find a traditional Thanksgiving feast that includes wild game and delicious made from scratch accompaniments. The relaxed, lodge like atmosphere of the Moose Preserve is elegant without a bit of pretentiousness.
This is the perfect venue for a close-knit group of friends or families with children who want to feel more comfortable. Walk-ins are welcome and reservations aren’t necessary, but this is such a popular Thanksgiving Day spot that you’ll probably want to call ahead to see if there’s a wait before you go.
The only thing left after choosing the destination for your Thanksgiving meal is making sure you arrive in luxury and style with one of our classy limousine rentals. Whether you’re planning on an intimate dinner for two or bringing the whole family along for the festivities, we have the limo to meet your needs. Contact Dream Limousines today to learn more about our available options.
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