Not quite sure how it got here so fast, but Thanksgiving is just around the corner. From cookbooks to staycation plans, carryout meals and dine in solutions, 21c is here to make this holiday seamless and easy.
Wanting to get away for the holiday? Use our Take Your Time offer to save more, the longer you stay. Our properties have been busily curating fall and winter itineraries so you’ll know just what to do and see during your time with us.
Just looking for some Thanksgiving dinner solutions? We’ve got those too. See below for each restaurant’s plans this holiday season.
From Noon to 7pm, executive chef Matthew McClure and culinary team will be serving up a “not to be missed” menu of twists on Thanksgiving classics like turkey with cornbread stuffing, pumpkin panna cotta and more.
Metropole is making Thanksgiving twice as easy this year by offering both a dine in and to go option.
For dine in, join us from 2pm-8pm on Thanksgiving Day and help us raise money for Freestore Foodback by adding an extra “side” to your meal. Choose from starters like caramelized brussels salad and crispy deviled eggs before diving into a turkey dinner and slice of pumpkin pie. $10 kids turkey dinner also available.
You Host and We Roast? Sounds like a great plan. Pre order your half or whole turkey dinner and pick up prior to your festivities getting underway. You can also add on charcuterie grazing boards and a detox breakfast (if you indulge in a little too much red wine making it through the dinner family dialogue!)
From prime rib and roasted turkey breast to stuffed squash and banana bread pudding, Thanksgiving in Lexington is sure to be delicious. Lockbox is hosting two seating options on Thanksgiving Day; Noon and 2pm.
From 1 to 7pm on Thanksgiving Day, indulge in best culinary treats Louisville has to offer at Proof’s Thanksgiving celebration. Chef Jeff Dailey and his team are working up treats like turkey porchetta and short rib, as well as apple walnut cobbler and dark chocolate & peanut butter mousse bars. Even better…you can purchase a “leftovers” plate so the feast can continue into the weekend.
Dine in and Carry-out offerings are both hitting the menu this Thanksgiving in Durham. From soft pillowy butter rolls to perfectly seasoned turkey, chef Jeff Seizer and team are bringing a meat and four style menu that will please.
Dine in from 1 to 7pm or pre order and pick up to please all of your guests. And no matter how you dine, help us raise money and much needed goods for our friends at Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina. You can add “extra love” to your bill to donate or participate in our in house canned food and toiletry drive.
Executive chef Jeff Patton and the fantastic team at Mary Eddy’s are doing all the cooking, so you can just do the hosting. Mary Eddy’s To-Go is back this Thanksgiving and filled with items to please all your guests. Indulge in sweet potato casserole, freshly baked parker rolls and of course, perfectly cooked turkey. Orders are due by Saturday, November 20th by 5pm for pick up on the day before Thanksgiving.
Chef Matt Bell has two ways for you to avoid the kitchen this holiday; dine in at Gray & Dudley or bring home a Thanksgiving Take-Home kit.
Thanksgiving dinner will be served in the Gray & Dudley dining room from Noon until 6pm (last seating is at 5:30pm) and features an all star turkey breast dinner or hearth roasted cauliflower alongside delicious sides like whipped sweet potatoes and fried brussels.
The same amazing delicacies are featured in the take home kits, including whole versions of the featured desserts.
The Savoy is doing all the heavy lifting this year and you can experience Chef Brandon’s interpretation of beloved Thanksgiving classics at the restaurant OR at home. ed blue cheese. Choose from three savory entrees – Chef’s twist on the traditional Turkey, a Norwegian Faroe Island-caught Salmon, or a tender Herb Crusted Beef Prime Rib- and then end the meal with a chocolate-topped pumpkin pie or a delectable Brown Sugar & Vanilla Pecan Tart.