What Restaurants Are Open For Thanksgiving In Bethesda and Potomac?

Check out menu offerings at local restaurants if cooking's not your thing.

So maybe cooking’s not for you, but you still want to celebrate a great Thanksgiving meal with your family. Lucky for you, many of Bethesda and Potomac’s favorite restaurants are open for business this Thursday. Here’s a few you may want to check out:

Positano open all day

Regular menu available all day. Or, order a turkey platter, which includes dark meat or white meat turkey, stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and bread.

Thanksgiving to go at Assaggi Mozarella Bar

Grab a turkey dinner to take home. Comes with two condiments and dinner rolls, as well as sides and desserts. Serves 6-8 guests.

Prix fixe menu at The Daily Grill

Your choice of roasted turkey breast, Mahi Mahi with Creole shrimp, sea scallops or roasted prime rib paired with a starter salad or soup and dessert.

Cranberry sauce and three sides served with entrée at Hunters Inn

Choose turkey breast, honey baked ham or Delmonico steak, served with cranberry sauce and three sides - rustic red skinned mashed potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, green beans almandine, roasted brussel spouts or savory herb stuffing.

Turkey Day at Praline Bakery & Bistro

Maine lobster bisque served with your choice of roasted organic turkey, prime rib with cabernet sauce or sautéed grouper with chestnut confit and a choice of appetizer and dessert.

Three-course turkey dinner at Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Enjoy a turkey dinner with all the trimmings or order creamed spinach, green beans with roasted garlic or the steakhouse’s signature sweet potato casserole to go.

Choice of entrées at Old Angler’s Inn

Choose between classic eggs benedict, slow roasted turkey breast, red wine braised short rib, maple glazed pork loin or crisped black pearl organic salmon, along with a variety of choices for appetizers and dessert.

This certainly isn't an exhaustive list, so if you're a local restaurant offering a Thanksgiving meal -- or you know of one we're missing -- tell us in the comments.


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