While some of the most treasured holiday memories happen around the dining room table, some of the most stressful holiday memories come up in the kitchen. For a twist on this annual tradition, walk straight past the oven on Thanksgiving, and let Denver's dining pros take care of the meal.
Thanksgiving brunch or dinner at The Brown Palace Hotel is a downtown classic, while The Little Nell and Antlers add meal options in picturesque mountain towns. Newer restaurants such as Citizen Rail take a stab at their first feasts. And industry veterans Charcoal, The Corner Office, and The Capital Grille host their annual Thanksgiving dinners.
Make a reservation at one of these 15 destinations to celebrate your holiday, or check back in case we update this map. If you don't want to leave the house but also don't care to cook a big meal, watch for Eater’s Thanksgiving takeout guide, which includes options from restaurants and specialty stores around town.
Restaurants are listed geographically from North to South. Know of a restaurant we missed or have an upcoming holiday takeout special? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More