Restaurants Offering Thanksgiving Dinner

By Janee Law

For those looking to relax this Thanksgiving, restaurants around the Town of Huntington have got it covered, offering delicious meals for families to enjoy on Nov. 24.

Del Frisco’s Grille

160 Walt Whitman Road,

Huntington Station



At Del Frisco’s Grille in Huntington Station, families can enjoy a three-course Thanksgiving dinner. The prix-fixe menu for $39 per person, highlights traditional turkey dinner items. The first course includes a choice of deviled eggs, butternut squash bisque or holiday salad. As for the main course, there will be sliced roast turkey and trimmings, including green beans, sweet potatoes, sage apple sausage stuffing and cranberry sauce. Meanwhile, kids ages 12 and under can get their fill with the children’s turkey dinner at $15 each that includes their choice of fixings. The family fun doesn’t end there, as the restaurant will also include a variety of desserts, including a choice of pumpkin cheesecake, Nutella bread pudding, molten chocolate cake or salted caramel pudding jar. Del Frisco’s will also offer its full menu on Thanksgiving. To make a reservation, call 631-423-0308.

Jonathan’s Ristorante

15 Wall St., Huntington



In the heart of Huntington village, Jonathan’s Ristorante will offer a six-item Thanksgiving menu along with its full dinner menu. Serving dinner from 2-8 p.m., the Thanksgiving menu offers starters like mouthwatering butternut squash soup with balsamic cipollini for $10. For the main course, Jonathan’s is offering four items to choose from, including its roasted turkey ($33). The delectable dish features fixings like sausage and mushroom stuffing, sweet potato puree, root vegetables and cranberry sauce. For those not looking to stuff their face with turkey, the menu also offers wild mushroom ravioli ($26), with black truffle butter, morel mushroom, asparagus and shaved parmigiano; braised short rib of beef ($32), with risotto alla parmigiana and asparagus; and Norwegian cod ($34) for fish lovers, which comes with pancetta corn chowder and baby spinach. In addition to its single item dessert menu, which has pumpkin pie ($11) with spiced walnuts, mascarpone whipped cream. The menu also features a special wine pairing for $59. It’s Joseph Carr’s cabernet sauvignon, which offers deep, lush aromas of candied blueberry, black cherry, chocolate and brown spices that is the perfect addition to Thanksgiving dinner. To make a reservation, call 631-549-0055.

Mill Pond House

437 East Main St., Centerport



Mill Pond in Centerport has your Thanksgiving dinner covered with dinner and a view. While overlooking Mill Pond, diners can dive into a menu that includes 14 entrees, along with starters, a sushi menu, raw bar, grilled prime meat, pasta and dessert. Prices range $9-$22 for starters, which include pumpkin risotto with toasted pumpkin seeds and balsamic drizzle; Italian buratta with marinated heirloom tomatoes and herb crostini; and tempura coconut shrimp featuring toasted coconut and pina colada sauce. After warming up the appetite, choose from a variety of different dishes for entrées, which range $25-$34. The Australian rack of lamb ($90 for two; $45 for one) comes Dijon and panko crusted, and is served with mashed potatoes, asparagus and red wine sauce. There are also a pair turkey offerings, as well, including slow roasted organic turkey breast ($29) and crispy turkey leg and sliced dark meat ($29), both served with plenty of fixings. In addition, there’s also a kids menu for $20 that includes a choice of sliders with French fries, chicken fingers or sliced turkey breast, and a choice of ice cream for dessert. Adults can have their fill of dessert, too, with a choice of pecan pie or pumpkin cheesecake. To make a reservation, call 631-261-7663.

Prime: An American Kitchen & Bar

117 New York Ave., Huntington



Speaking of dinner and a view, Prime: An American Kitchen & Bar will offer Thanksgiving dinner alongside a view of Huntington Harbor. Its three-course menu starts with butternut squash soup ($12) for the appetizer. Then, move on to the oven roasted, all-natural turkery ($30), which comes with giblet gravy, whipped potatoes, cranberry sauce, apple chestnut croissant surfing and delicious roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon. For dessert, there’s a choice of two $11 offerings. For those looking to enjoy something sweet, the menu offers pumpkin cheesecake with a vanilla crème anglaise, or its pecan pie with salted caramel. To make a reservation, call 631-385-1515.