1. Don’t feel like dining out, but don’t want to cook? Let Hickory BBQ and Smokehouse on Route 28 in Kingston do all the cooking for you. Food can be picked up before 12 noon on Thanksgiving Day. Menu items include: house smoked or roasted rubbed Turkey, mashed sweet potato with maple butter, and a zillion other trimmings.
3. New World Home Cooking in Saugerties has a lavish casual Thanksgiving buffet with many organic offerings. Ambiance is kid-friendly and busy.
4. The Rhinecliff hotel in Rhinecliff will be serving a “sumptuous 4-course Thanksgiving Dinner on the River” which can topped off with Sticky Toffee Pudding!
6. Mohonk Mountain House will be serving their usual holiday buffet.
7. Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern in Saugerties will be having a full Thanksgiving in the Country Dinner buffet from 11 am-6pm with carving stations and a dessert display.
8. You can’t go wrong at the Thanksgiving Dinner buffet at the Beekman Arms in Rhinebeck.
9. Lastly if you or anybody you know is alone this Thanksgiving or can’t afford any of these options above, The Little Drunken Chef in Mt. Kisco will open its doors from 11am-2pm and host a delicious Thanksgiving dinner featuring Indian cuisine. Read about more about chef owner Bonnie Saran Little Drunken Chef Thanksgiving tradition in the recent Mont Kisco Daily Voice article.