Capitol Hill restaurants ready to celebrate Thanksgiving 2013 with you

Capitol Cider apparently has a mural showing a recent family Thanksgiving scene at CHS headquarters (Image: CHS)

Capitol Cider apparently has a mural showing a recent family Thanksgiving scene at CHS headquarters (Image: CHS)

The holidays are here. We’ve already started our roster of the 2013 Capitol Hill food/coat/sock/etc. giving drives. We’ll have more about volunteer opportunities soon. Below, you’ll find our 2013 menu of Capitol Hill food and drink providers planning special Thanksgiving / Thanksgivukkah feasts — or providing sides and pies if you don’t feel like cooking everything on your own. “We thought a gluten free pre-Thanksgiving dinner would be a great way to showcase what we do,” Capitol Cider’s new chef Erik Jackson said about his plans for Thanksgiving.

Let us know in comments about anything we should add to the list.

CAPITOL HILL FEASTS

  • Capitol Cider — “gluten free pre-Thanksgiving menu”

    Reservations for the special Nov. 25, pre-Thanksgiving dinner are encouraged and can be made for between 5:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. that evening by calling Capitol Cider at (206) 397-3564. Guests are invited to leave a message with their desired reservation if they’re sent to voicemail. The restaurant’s bar will remain open later into the evening.

    “For anyone who wants to celebrate with friends before the actual day, or get gluten free menu ideas for their own feast at home, we invite them to come celebrate with us,” added Chef Jackson, who is also a Tom Douglas alum. “We’ll do all the work so the people visiting us can just kick back and have a heartwarming meal and some great cider.”

    For $45, each guest will receive the full Thanksgiving menu plus one glass of Finnriver Cranberry Rosehip HardCider. Additional cider pairings will be optional and bottles will be sold to go. The full special holiday menu will be as follows:

    Starter

    Chicory salad w/ roasted apple vinaigrette & blue cheese

    Turkey two ways plus fixings

    Slow-roasted turkey leg and turkey breast confit with crispy skin; smoked onion gravy; cranberry and pecan relish; Brussels sprouts with Calabrian chilies and almonds; cornbread and sausage stuffing; heirloom squash pavé

    Dessert

    Walnut pie & apple cider Chantilly

    Sweet potato “pie” with maple granola and marshmallow

  • Plum — “a delicious (vegan!) Thanksgiving Feast!”

    Come join Plum for a delicious (vegan!) Thanksgiving Feast! Chose from three fantastic menus that everyone is sure to enjoy. And stay tuned for information on our amazing Thanksgiving catering menu!

    Space is limited (and filling fast) RSVP:
    thanksgiving@hillsidequickie.comThanksgivingBISTRO

  • Saint John’s — “chef Joe & Melissa Nyffeler from Dinette will be cooking up delicious and seasonally inspired Mexican cuisine”1412804_473293819452281_1851099043_o
  • Jimmy’s on Broadway — “a traditional Thanksgiving dinner”

    Looking for a place to enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner? Jimmy’s on Broadway will have everything you need for the festive holiday, in addition to our regular menu! Available from 11:00 am – 8:00 pm on Thursday, November 28th:

    Roasted Turkey Dinner
    A combination of white and dark meat, served with our savory herb bread stuffing, mashed potatoes & gravy, candied yams, green bean casserole, cranberry compote, a dinner roll, and your choice of pumpkin pie or bread pudding. -$25.00

  • Manhattan — “Three Course Prix Fixe Dinner”1472922_550396518368157_2142960075_n
  • UPDATE: Add Lost Lake

    Lost Lake Thanksgiving Supper 

    Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge is having our first annual Thanksgiving Supper. Served from 10am to 10pm on Thanksgiving day, along with our full menu, and of course a full bar. And of course we’re open 24 hours on Thanksgiving Day, as we are every day.

    Classic Turkey Supper: Sage and rosemary roasted turkey (light & dark meat) served with a side of creamy mashed potatoes, hot turkey gravy and house made cranberry chutney.  $14.99

    Add family style sides to your Thanksgiving dinner… All only $3.50

     A la carte sides:

    House baked Ham steak.

    Whipped Yams with Brown Sugar.

    Beer & Cheese Macaroni with a crispy bread crumb crust.

    Mom’s Traditional Green Bean Casserole.

    Corn Bread Stuffing.

    Gluten-free Stuffing.

    Autumn Spinach Salad mixed with red onions, dried cranberries, chopped almonds, Granny Smith apples and a raspberry vinaigrette.
    Drink Specials 
    Old Overholt Hot Toddy with Saint Elizabeth Dram & a cinnamon stick. $8.00
    New England Style Cider, brewed with brown sugar, raisins and molasses. $5.50
  • UPDATE: Julia’s — “all you can eat”1455102_10151731118256447_600494755_n
  • UPDATE: Charlie’s
    OPEN THANKSGIVING! 9am to 2am! We have full [course] Turkey Dinner for $14.95 along with other great specials! Call 206 323 2535 for reservations.
  • More: Hunt Club at The Sorrento menu (PDF), Renaissance Seattle Hotel RView menu

CAPITOL HILL SIDES AND PIES

  • High 5 — Deadline: Friday, 11/22 — pie! — info
  • Skillet Diner — Deadline: Monday, 11/25 — sides (“Parker House Rolls”+”Skillet Stuffing”+”Sage and Sherry Gravy”+more) and pie! — info
  • Volunteer Park Cafe — Deadline: Thursday, 11/21 — pie! — info
  • Bakery Nouveau — Deadline: Saturday, 11/23 — pre-orders and pie! — info
  • Central Co-op turkeys and pies — info
  • More? Let us know!
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9 thoughts on “Capitol Hill restaurants ready to celebrate Thanksgiving 2013 with you

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  2. As they have done for the past couple of years, Toscana Pizza is hosting a full Thankgiving turkey dinner — for free. They’re at Summit and Mercer (between the Summit Pub — which will also be open — and Top Pot / Sun Liquor).

    I’ve never gone because I can afford to pay for my meals and I always have somewhere to be on Thanksgiving, but they’re good people so if you’re alone and/or unable to afford the full turkey-day experience…

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