Andina Restaurant is holding a Peruvian Thanksgiving on November 25, 1 p.m. to 11 p.m.
$50 per adult. Menu includes a selection of tapas, entrée and dessert items from the regular menu, along with Thanksgiving specials like Asado De Pavo NovoAndino, roasted heritage turkey with savory lucuma gravy and quince-huacatay chutney, served with a Peruvian corn-pumpkin “humita” and swiss chard.
Live music with Toshi Onizuka from 1:30-5:30; Danny Romero Trio from 6-10 p.m.
For reservations, call 503-228-9535 or visit www.andinarestaurant.com; 1314 NW Glisan, Portland, OR 97209
Apolloni Vineyards is celebrating Thanksgiving Weekend with Laurelhurst Market/Simpatica Dining Hall – Friday, Saturday & Sunday November 26th – 28th 11 AM – 5 PM. Join us at our Tasting Room, as we welcome special guest, Laurelhurst Market & Simpatica Dining Hall of Portland.
We’re pairing our wines with house-made patés for sample & purchase. They will also be making delicious sandwiches, available for your post-Thanksgiving lunch on the go. Enjoy tastings of limited, new release wines including our 2008 Estate Pinot Noir, 2009 Pinot Grigio and 2008 Sangiovese, as well as favorite stainless white & dessert wines. Barrel Tasting too $5 tasting fee/refundable with bottle purchase
Apolloni Vineyards 14135 NW Timmerman Road (hwy 6 @ milepost 44) Forest Grove, OR 97116. 503.330.5946 www.apolloni.com
Begin A Thanksgiving Tradition With Aquariva, At Our Table Or Yours. Our Elegant Menu Is Sure To Please, Whether You Dine With Us Or Bring The Bounty Home
Aquariva will be open for dinner Thanksgiving Day from 2pm-8pm, and is happy to accommodate large or small parties. Our wine list includes a variety of choices from Oregon’s superb wineries, as well as others from the Pacific Northwest and Italy. For Thanksgiving Day restaurant reservations, please call (503) 802-5808.
If you’d like to give thanks at your own family table, Aquariva will also offer a take-home dinner selection for $25 a person. Chef Andy Arndt has prepared exquisite trimmings for either option. You can see the menu here.
Bluehour – Let it become an annual tradition. We have planned a special menu for you and your loved ones. Seating from 3:00 to 9:00pm. To make reservations call 503.226.3394
This Thanksgiving, Chef Adam Sappington Asks You To Do Just One Thing: Bring Your Appetite
You may recognize Adam Sappington as the denim overall wearin’ chef behind The Country Cat’s Whole Hog Plate, or know him for his gutsy precision at the butcher’s table. But did you know that chef/butcher Adam Sappington cooks and carves a mean turkey, too? This Thanksgiving Day, Adam will do just that…for you…at The Country Cat Dinnerhouse & Bar.
On Thursday, November 25, Adam and Jackie Sappington are preparing a $40 Thanksgiving feast served in the comfort of their Montavilla restaurant The Country Cat Dinnerhouse & Bar, and they’re inviting you, family and friends. Staying true to the Sappington tradition, Adam is serving dishes that have been in his family for two generations, like his Brined, Smoked & Braised Turkey with Granny Criss’ Stuffing and “The Judy,” a spread of Longhorn Cheddar Cheese, Beer, Tabasco Sauce and Onion. Vegetarian options and kids menu are available upon request.
The Country Cat Dinnerhouse & Bar is open for business on Thursday, November 25 from 2:00p.m. – 7:30p.m.. The $40 four-course menu includes an amuse bouche, choice of a first course, entrée and dessert, with an additional six sides to choose from for an extra $5 each. Click here to see the menu.
Doug Fir – Cabin Fever Thanksgiving Feast, served from Noon – Close.
Salad – Mixed Greens, Diced Pears, Blue Cheese Crumbles & Candied Walnuts tossed in a Pear Vinaigrette
The Feast – Oven-Roasted All Natural Turkey Breast, Garlic Mashed Potatoes,& Homemade Dressing , smothered in Gravy. Served with Green Beans & Cranberry Sauce
Dessert – Pumpkin Pie
Adults – $22, Children 12 and under – $12 (does not include salad)
East India Co. Grill & Bar will present an Indian-style Thanksgiving menu with turkey tikka, turkey seekh kebabs; khatta metah kaddu (sweet and sour pumpkin) and sweet potato halwa in the restaurant the week of November 22nd -27th in addition to the regular menu. This menu is also available to pre-order for pick-up for Thanksgiving Day meals. The restaurant will be closed on Thanksgiving Day for lunch and dinner, but guests may pick up take-out orders 11/24 all day and 11/25 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Orders must be received by 11/23 at 503-227-8815. 821 SE 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97205. www.eastindiacopdx.com
Grand Central Bakery Thanksgiving
This busy holiday season turn to Grand Central Bakery for help. Grace your table with their classic pumpkin and pecan pies, or bake your own using Grand Central’s convenient U-Bake pie crusts. Greet guests with appetizers featuring the bakery’s traditional pumpernickel, stuff the turkey with Grand Central Rustic Stuffing, and round out the feast with soft buttery dinner rolls. Visit their website for a complete Thanksgiving menu and information on how to order.
Heathman Restaurant and Bar
This annual Thanksgiving celebration brings families together to celebrate the holiday and the bounty of Northwest ingredients prepared by culinary director Philippe Boulot and Executive Chef Michael Stanton. Northwest heritage turkey; roast prime rib; roast stuffed Carlton Farms pork loin; and bouillabaise are a few of the featured dishes. The Heathman offers a prix fixe menu in the dining room from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and a grand holiday buffet from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the second floor mezzanine and private dining rooms. The grand buffet is $46.50 per adult and $18 per child under 12 and the prix fixe dinner is $46.50 for adults and $18 per child under 12. For reservations, please call 503-790-7752; 1001 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97205. www.heathmanrestaurantandbar.com
Immortal Pie and Larder
There’s only 16 more days until Thanksgiving! And only one more week to order your Thanksgiving Pies! Call or email us with your order by the 17th to be sure to get your favorite flavor. Please keep in mind that we will be closed Thanksgiving Day.
Thanksgiving Immortal Pie Menu
Sweet: Jamaican Pumpkin $25 (Pumpkin pie made with coconut milk, ginger and rum!), Bourbon Pecan Pie $25 (Traditional Southern pecan pie with a splash of bourbon), Caramel Apple Pie $25 (Green apple pie with honey caramel), Maple Apple Bacon Pie $28 (Traditional apple pie with applewood smoked bacon chunks and maple syrup), Lemon Chess Pie $25 (Lemon custard with a cornmeal crunch), Brown Butter Cranberry Tart $20 (with a hint of allspice and orange).
Savory: Turkey Dinner Pie $40 (Roated turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, veggies and stuffing top!), Chicken Pot Pie $35 (Traditional-style w/ potatoes, carrots, peas & cream)
All Pies are 9″ in size. Orders must be received and paid for by Wednesday, November 17th. Pies can be picked up the 23rd or 24th.
8029 SE Stark St. Portland Or 97215. www.immortalpieandlarder.com 971.255.1491 email@example.com
In Good Taste
If you want to cook a delicious Thanksgiving dinner without the stress and long lines at the grocery store, In Good Taste has the solution.
The day before Thanksgiving, November 24, from 1 PM to 5PM, Executive Chef Jeremy Niehuss will teach a hands-on class designed to help you serve a delicious traditional meal for two to six people. No need to stand in line at the grocery store because In Good Taste will do the shopping for you. With Chef Jeremy’s adept guidance you will prep, prepare, and make ready your take-home Thanksgiving to be finished in your own home the next day.
With minimal work on Thanksgiving Day, you can relax with your guests while the wonderful aromas of a homemade dinner whet your appetites. The make-ahead menu includes traditional side dishes as well as instruction on brining a turkey breast to roast on Thanksgiving Day. You will even bake a pie from scratch with extra pastry to take home. Students are instructed to bring their own containers and a cooler for transporting the meal back home.
Thanksgiving Class Make-ahead Menu features brined free-range Turkey Breast with traditional gravy; Wild Mushroom Brioche Bread Pudding; Sweet Potato Hazelnut Casserole; Brussels sprouts with Brown Butter and Lemon; Cranberry Chutney; Pumpkin Pie with Bourbon Maple Cream.
Chef Jeremy will also pair wines for Thanksgiving Dinner and those wines will be available for purchase at a discount. For registration, visit our website at www.ingoodtastestore.com or call 503-248-2015
Irving St. Kitchen
Irving St. Kitchen’s Executive Chef Sarah Schafer loves cooking Thanksgiving dinner. That’s why this holiday, she and her team will be hanging out in Irving St.’s kitchen preparing $45 Thanksgiving Dinners To-Go for Portlanders who – let’s face it – simply don’t have the time, space or kitchen tools to make a proper Thanksgiving feast, but still want to enjoy it with friends and family in the comfort of their own home.
Irving St. Kitchen is making it easy. Place an order for half of a 12-Hour Brined Organic Turkey, Country Gravy, Smashed Potatoes, Collard Greens and Buttermilk Biscuits with Pepper Jelly. Each order feeds 2 to 3 people, leftovers likely. Then, there are additional sides of Shrimp & Oyster Bienville Stuffing, Wild Mushroom Stuffing, Caramelized Brussels Sprouts with Sage Brown Butter, Cranberry Sauce…and more. Pie? Nope – here it’s all about the Butterscotch Pudding! All orders must be placed by November 18 at 6 p.m. To order, please call the restaurant at: 503-343-9440. You can see the complete menu here.
Kenny & Zuke’s Delicatessen offers traditional Thanksgiving dishes to order ahead including butternut squash and hazelnut soup; roast turkey breast stuffed with wild mushrooms; Ken’s famous giblet gravy; sausage, mushroom and sage stuffing; cornbread stuffing with chestnuts and caramelized onions; garlic mashed potatoes; roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon (available vegetarian); twice-baked truffled potatoes with pecorino; and pumpkin, apple and pecan pies. Order by November 22 at 3 p.m. and pick up on November 24th. For prices and ordering info, call 503-222-DELI(3354) or visit www.kennyandzukes.com. 1038 SW Stark, Portland, OR 97205.
Meriwethers is the perfect setting for a unique farm-to-table Thanksgiving dinner. The stone fireplace, stained glass and hardwood floors provide one of the coziest spots in Portland to enjoy a memorable Thanksgiving meal with family and friends.
Chef Earl Hook will prepare a traditional family-style Thanksgiving dinner inspired by the fall produce harvested from Skyline Farm & our local purveyor partners.
The menu will be available with reservations from 1:30-5:30pm.
Adults are $45 & Children (9 and under) are $25
Reservations are limited so please give us a call at 503.228.1250. Sample menu here.
Choose a European-style air-chilled turkey from Nicky Farms for your dinner raised by farmers practicing responsible animal husbandry and sustainable farming. The turkeys grow slowly on a diet of antibiotic free food and are raised in an environment with fresh air, sunlight and unlimited space to exercise. A limited number of Nicky Farms turkeys are available to pre-order at 503-234-4263. The Hens range from 10-16 pounds and the Toms are approximately 20 pounds. 223 SE 3rd Avenue, Portland, OR 97214. Other holiday products at www.nickyusa.com
Oliver’s at the Camas Hotel will have two seatings for Thanksgiving, at 11:00 and 2:30 offering a three-course meal for only $35 per person designed to include all the tradition of the day and featuring heritage turkey or kurobuta ham. Reservations can be made via our website at www.oliversatthecamashotel.com or by calling 360-210-4037. The menu is available at http://oliversatthecamashotel.com/menus/events/thanksgiving_2010.pdf
Paley’s Place will feature specials such as spit-roasted turkey breast and confit of leg, savory bread pudding, mashed potatoes and cranberry-orange compote for Thanksgiving Day from 2:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The regular dinner menu will also be available featuring classic Paley’s Place menu items such as Escargot à la Bordelaise, crispy sweetbreads or rabbit ravioli depending on availability. Pastry chef, Kristen Murray, will prepare traditional and seasonal desserts. Dinner reservations are available at 503-243-2403. 1204 NW 21st Avenue, Portland, OR 97209. www.paleysplace.net.
- Pre-order any of the following desserts for pick up prior to Thanksgiving. For orders, please call 503-282-6539.
- Ichabod Crème – a crisp crust filled with spiced almond cream, curried pecans, caramel and topped with a pumpkin crème brûlée.
- Le Tigre d’Epice – gingerbread mousse with cognac buttercream and cognac macerated dried winter fruits.
- The Nutcracker is a step beyond your average pecan pie. This tart is packed with pecans, Spanish almonds, cashews, hazelnuts and bittersweet chocolate chips.
- Chocolate Port Fig Tart – A glazed chocolate mousse surrounded by port-soaked figs on top; chocolate ganache, more figs, and a chocolate flourless sponge soaked with port on the bottom.
www.pixpatisserie.com; 3901 N. Williams St, Portland, OR 97227, and 3401 SE Division St., Portland, OR 97202.
For the Saturday AFTER Thanksgiving!!
November 27, La Fête Du Macaron @ Pix Pâtisserie, 10 a.m. to close (both locations) – Sample more than 30 macaron flavors from traditional Chocolate to Olive Oil and Fleur de Sel Caramel. New flavors to watch for include Peach Bourbon, Chartreuse, Fig Blue Cheese and more. A macaron flavor contest, macaron ice cream sandwiches and chocolate covered macarons on a stick…and even macaron tattoos. www.pixpatisserie.com; 3901 N. Williams St, Portland, OR 97227 and 3401 SE Division St., Portland, OR 97202.
Random Order Pie Bakery is now taking orders for Thanksgiving Pie. Recently chosen among “America’s Best Pies” by Travel + Leisure Magazine – this small batch bakery makes authentic hand-rolled pies using exceptional care and high quality locally sourced organic seasonal ingredients.
The Random Order Thanksgiving Pie Menu: Vanilla Salted Caramel Apple, Brandied Pear w/ Dark Chocolate & Candied Ginger Streusel, Kentucky Pecan, Spirited Pumpkin, “Old World Apple Farm” Heirloom Apple, and Coconut Cream.
Orders must be placed by November 21st – order early. Our small hardworking bakery can accommodate a limited number of orders. Call 971-340-6995 or come into the shop at 1800 NE Alberta. Orders can also be made and picked up at Little Green Grocer 1101 NW Northrup St.
Schedule your pick up date and time. Pies can be picked up Tues – Thursday Morning. Pick up times are limited so call early to get the best time. Pick up and Enjoy your Pie!
9″ pies serve 7-8 are $33 baked in glass. $5 returned to you when you return the pie plate w/i 14 days. For more information: randomordercoffee.com
Resort At The Mountain
Gather ‘Round The Turkey At The Resort at The Mountain. Our buffet menu features variety of Northwest-inspired dishes and traditional favorites.
The Resort at The Mountain (The Resort), a premier golf, spa and ski destination located on the western slope of Mt. Hood, invites guests to enjoy a mouth-watering Thanksgiving Day Buffet in Altitude restaurant on Thursday, November 25 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Created by Executive Chef Paul Bosch and his culinary team, the menu offers guests a blend of both classic and unconventional Thanksgiving items. Guests can enjoy customary entrees like Slow Roasted and Basted Turkey and alternative fare such as Absinthe-Infused Duck Breast. An assortment of desserts, such as Apple-Butter Pumpkin Pie and Double-Crusted Cheddar Apple Pie will be available. The complete buffet menu follows below.
“Our Thanksgiving buffet allows friends and family to get together and enjoy great food, without having to worry about food preparations and messy clean-up,” said Frank Casarez, general manager of The Resort at The Mountain. “We welcome those who have celebrated with us for years, as well as those who are looking to start a new Thanksgiving tradition of premier cuisine in a tranquil environment.”
Available on Thursday, Nov. 25, 2010 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., the Thanksgiving Day buffet is $36 per adult, $29 for seniors ages 55 and up, $15 for children ages five to 13 and free for children under five. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling (503) 622-3101. See the menu here.
Roots Restaurant and Bar is featuring a wide array of menu options specially created for Thanksgiving. In addition to the traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings, Roots is also featuring items such as rack of lamb, prime rib and maple glazed ham. The complete menu can be found here. Dinner service starts at 4:00pm and reservations are highly recommended. 360.260.3001.
Salty’s Makes Your Thanksgiving Dinner As Easy As Pumpkin Pie, Whether You Gobble In Or Waddle Out!
The Thanksgiving Buffet features carved turkey with chanterelle mushroom gravy and elegant versions of the traditional trimmings, plus Northwest fresh seafood, and freshly baked pastries and deserts. Prepared by Chef Dana Cress, this buffet will make you thankful for a bounty this big.
If you can’t make it into Salty’s for Thanksgiving, or want to spend Thanksgiving in your own home, Salty’s chefs will work their holiday magic so you can bring Thanksgiving to your home – all you have to do is pick it up! Call (503) 288-4444 to place your order or for more information about the menu. Orders must by placed by Sunday, November 21. Cost is $69.90 for a party of 2, $139.80 for a party of 4, or $279.60 for a party of 8.
St. Honoré Boulangerie
Harvest rolls in rotating flavors of spinach, beets and carrots, sun-dried tomatoes or pumpkin.
Cranberry Hazelnut bread is made with whole wheat sour dough flour from Shepherd’s Grain and includes dried cranberries and Oregon hazelnuts. The rolls and loaf can be warmed in the oven for Thanksgiving dinner.
Pecan Delight combines a Tarte aux Noix(traditional French walnut tarte) made with pecan nuts and brown-sugar caramel and topped with rossettes of pumpkin cream.
Eggnog Bread Pudding: A pain perdu of brioche and pastries baked in an eggnog custard, topped with cinnamon-spiced streusel.
2335 NW Thurman in Portland, and 315 First Street in Lake Oswego. To order, please call 503-445-4342 (Portland); or 503-496-5596 (Lake Oswego). www.sainthonorebakery.com.
Sassafras Catering – Don’t lift a finger this Thanksgiving! Sassafras is a local catering company with a sincere focus on locally sourced products, sustainability, and Southern hospitality. This year, Sassafras is offering their unique and sumptuous premade “Southern Thanksgiving Menu” for easy pickup Wed. 11/24 at their OMSI kitchen location (limited Metro delivery also available). Dishes such as Abita Beer braised collard greens with Tasso and ham hocks, herb-and-butter infused roasted turkey with housemade cranberry peach chutney, and autumn roasted pumpkin and butternut squash will satisfy both the “traditional” and the “foodie” in your family! Minimum order of 1/2 turkey or 3 sides. Orders must be placed by 11/19 via phone or e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-470-9833.
Two Tarts Bakery – Thanksgiving is less than a calendar page away. Got your free range, heirloom turducken ordered? No? Sorry, we can’t help you there. But we can provide you with a delicious hand-baked pie. This year your non-pumpkin choice is chocolate hazelnut pie, made with freshly roasted Freddy Guys hazelnuts and Kakao Berlin dark chocolate. An all butter crust rounds out the package. We will bake no more than 200 of these babies, so order up while you can!
$25 each includes a beautiful fluted, ceramic pie plate. Recycle your pie plate from last year and receive $5 off! Give us a call at 503.312.9522, or email us at email@example.com
Urban Farmer Restaurant and Executive Chef Matt Christianson are celebrating Thanksgiving Day weekend this year with a special three-course, prix fixe dinner on Thanksgiving, followed by the restaurant’s popular weekend-style brunch on “Black Friday” and throughout the weekend. Urban Farmer focuses on sustainable practices by serving meats, poultry, seafood and produce garnered from the efforts of local ranchers, farmers and fisherman committed to changing Portland dining and the way our world harvests food.
Thanksgiving Dinner, which will be served from 12 noon until 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, features three courses — salad, entrée, four sides for the table, and dessert — inspired by Northwest bounty and the theme of “Enjoy Our Home This Thanksgiving.” Guests will be able to choose from several selections for each of the Thanksgiving Dinner courses. Each table will also receive a selection of festive side dishes served family style and alongside the entrée selections.
Cost for the prix fixe menu is $49 for adults. An a la carte menu for children will be feature traditional holiday favorites. Reservations are recommended, and can be made by calling 503.222.4900 or by booking online. Seating is available in the restaurant as well as the Georgian Room.
On Friday, November 26 (“Black Friday”), the restaurant will offer its popular weekend brunch — including the famed Eggs Benedict with Tails & Trotters hazelnut-finished, country ham; fried chicken and waffles; and Bloody Mary bar — so holiday shoppers can start their day in style. Brunch will be offered from 6:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
You can see the menu by clicking here.