Thanksgiving 2021: Miami Restaurant Guide
The holiday season is about to kick off with Thanksgiving celebrations on Thursday, November 25.
If you’re planning to skip all the hard work involved in preparing a Thanksgiving feast, now is the time to plan ahead and make a dinner reservation at one of the many local restaurants offering festive dishes. and more.
From an Italian-influenced feast to a Korean steakhouse dinner, here’s our alphabetical pick of the top ten options for celebrating Thanksgiving at a local restaurant. (Note: All meals are offered on Thanksgiving Day, unless otherwise noted. Prices shown do not include taxes and tips.)
Baia Beach Club
1100 West Ave, Miami Beach
Baia Beach Club celebrates Thanksgiving with a three-course prix fixe option with offerings like Pumpkin Lobster Bisque, Roast Beef Tenderloin with Truffles, and Russian Banana Potatoes, served with cornbread and sausage stuffing. For dessert: trifle of pumpkin pie. The cost is $ 65 per person. Served from 4.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
Balan’s Bar & Brasserie
901 S. Miami Ave, Miami
Chef Richard Jimenez will present a fixed price menu. Starter choices will include lamb meatballs, chicken liver pate, and beetroot tartare. Main courses include turkey breast, ahi tuna tartare, and truffle mushroom pasta, accompanied by sides like green beans, roasted root vegetables, and potatoes in herb butter. The meal will end on a sweet note with a spicy pear crumble accompanied by a blue ice cream to share. The cost is $ 85 per adult and $ 40 per child under 12. Dinner service begins at 4 p.m.
3900 NE Second Ave., Miami
Korean and American flavors meet at Côté, where guests can savor a Thanksgiving feast of four cuts of USDA Prime beef and American wagyu beef, complemented by an array of toppings including pickled seasonal vegetables and salads, red leaf lettuce with ssaam-jang, soft salted egg soufflé, japchae and Korean glass noodles with mountain vegetables. For dessert: soft ice cream mixed with caramel and soy sauce. The cost is $ 85 per person.
Gianni at Villa Casa Casuarina
1116 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
Gianni’s offers a fixed-price four-course Thanksgiving dinner menu. Start with a potato and leek soup, then move on to a choice of spinach and ricotta cannelloni or a “Gianni Salad”. The main course is a roasted turkey breast, complemented with mashed sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and a stuffing. For dessert, opt for a cherry coulis with grilled marshmallow or an apple sponge cake served with baked apple, caramel sauce, rosemary crumble, cinnamon and whipped cream. Served from 5 pm to 10:30 pm The cost is $ 85 per person.
7875 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach
Il Mulino will serve an all-day Thanksgiving menu – a feast of pumpkin gnocchi and organic roasted turkey, accompanied by a fresh cranberry sauce, sausage and nut stuffing, sautéed green beans with almonds. grilled and mashed potatoes. The meal will end with a pumpkin cheesecake. Served from noon to 11 p.m. The cost is $ 60 per person. Advance reservations are required.
Joel Robuchon’s work shop
151 NE 41st St., Miami
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon will offer a special four-course menu for Thanksgiving. Start the meal with the restaurant’s signature royal foie gras with Parmesan mousse and an appetizer dish combining beetroot, apple, avocado duo and green mustard sorbet and fresh herbs. For the second course, guests will choose from dishes that include roasted artichokes with chickpea and turmeric cappuccino and scallops served in cilantro broth, with coconut emulsion and grilled calamari. Main course options include a traditional Thanksgiving turkey; roasted “small” wagyu rib eye; and a multi-layered pumpkin and chestnut duo with white truffle shavings. Finish the meal with a pumpkin cheesecake flavored with gingerbread spices or a dessert of guanaja chocolate crémeux, white chocolate ice cream and Oreo cookie crumble. Served from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. The cost is $ 170 per person. An optional wine pairing is available for an additional $ 150.
1601 Collins Ave., Miami Beach (in the Loews Miami Beach Hotel)
Loews Hotel’s Lure Fishbar will serve a three-course menu featuring lobster bisque, smoked trout dip, halibut, braised short ribs and herbed roast turkey with focaccia parmesan stuffing. Served from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The cost is $ 72 per person.
Greek Bistro Meraki
42 SE First Ave., Miami
462 Main Hwy., Miami
Meraki offers a Thanksgiving meal of Greek-style pork marinated with Greek herbs and spices, served with roasted vegetables and baby potatoes. The prix fixe menu also includes a winter salad with arugula, tangerine, flaked almonds and goat cheese; portobello stuffed with sautéed spinach and grilled onions, topped with mozzarella cheese; and fresh branzino fillet stuffed with spinach, cheese and lemon caper sauce and served with fava and roasted baby potatoes. The dessert will be a homemade apple pie. Served from noon to 6 p.m. The cost is $ 50 per person and includes a glass of Greek wine.
1 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach
Nikki Beach will be offering an a la carte menu for Thanksgiving lunch featuring dishes like white and dark meat turkey with rosemary, thyme and sage; chicory smoked honey ham; Green bean casserole; smoked Gruyère macaroni and cheese; and apple, pumpkin and pecan pie. Served from noon to 6 p.m. One must reserve.
1750 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Osteria Morini offers a three-course all-day menu on Thanksgiving Day. Appetizer options include cream of butternut squash and spicy crème fraîche or octopus accompanied by sweet potato caponata and brown sugar pumpkin seeds. For the main course, diners have the choice between a stuffed heirloom turkey, mashed potatoes and cranberry juice; seared scallops served with warm mashed cauliflower and apple mustard; or New York strip served with endives, “cacio e pepe” and sugo potato terrine. To finish off gently, guests will feast on an apple and raisin bread pudding with an apple cider reduction topped with vanilla ice cream. Served from noon to 6 p.m. The cost is $ 75 per person and includes a choice of seasonal signature drink.