November 5, 2013
Thanksgiving Dinner in New York: The NoMad, Eleven Madison Park
Looking for an upscale Thanksgiving Dinner in New York? Head to the NoMad Neighborhood!
Owned by chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara, Eleven Madison Park and The NoMad provide the neighborhood with two of the city’s premier destinations for dining.
Eleven Madison Park
Boasting a Three-Star Michelin rating and a four-star rating from The New York Times, the restaurant has a new chef de cuisine, Chris Flint, who will serve his take on the traditional Thanksgiving dinner. The offerings include entrees like the maple and wood sorrel foie gras, butternut squash turkey, Black Angus beef, and poached tilefish, as well as sides, such as potato mousseline, braised cabbage, parsnip écrasé, sweet potatoes, cranberry chutney, and Brussels sprouts with bacon, and an apple themed dessert.
The dinner is prix fixe at $195 per person, and Eleven Madison Park will be seating guests from noon to 8:30 pm For reservations, call (212) 889-0905 or reserve through OpenTable.
In the elegant dining room of The Nomad restaurant, you can choose from a variety of dishes including Daniel Humm’s Thanksgiving turkey, chicken with black truffle, bone marrow-encrusted beef with short ribs, and foie gras. The menu is rounded out with sides of buttermilk-and-brown butter mashed potatoes, acorn squash, chestnut stuffing, roasted parsnips, and Brussels sprouts. For dessert, there is sweet potato custard, maple ice cream, gingerbread, and chestnuts. New executive chef, James Kent, is sure to cook up one of the best Thanksgiving dinners in New York.
The NoMad Restaurant will seats guests from 12 pm to 9 pm Prix fixe at $135 per person, dinner for children is $65.
Reserve a table on OpenTable, or call (347) 427-5660 to plan your meal.