Charlie Palmer Collective: Where to Celebrate Thanksgiving Around D.C.

Fabulous feasts filled with pumpkin cheesecake, hot toddies, juicy turkey, suckling pig, and more

RPM Italian’s slow-roasted Green Circle Farm turkey is the star of its Thanksgiving takeout dinner for two to four. | RPM Italian/official photo

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, plenty of reliable D.C. restaurants plan to celebrate the annual American holiday properly with options for carryout feasts or sit-down spreads.

Now that COVID-19 restrictions have eased this year, families and groups are invited to enjoy multi-course or a la carte menus centered around turkey and all the trimmings. There’s also French, Spanish, and Italian takes on typical Turkey Day sides and mains, too.

Let local chefs handle the work this Thanksgiving and consider these to-go and dine-in options around town.

10. Charlie Palmer Steak

101 Constitution Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 547-8100

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The respected steakhouse on Capitol Hill is open for Thanksgiving (12 p.m. to 10 p.m.) with a three-course option for $75 per person. Apps like chicory salad, butternut squash soup and shrimp cocktail warm up diners to a choice of roasted heritage turkey, pan-seared Big Glory Bay salmon, filet mignon, or porterhouse for two, with apple-cranberry cake and dark chocolate mousse for dessert. Add-on sides like sauteed Brussels sprouts, sourdough stuffing, and sweet potato casserole are $10 each.

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