Ten Best Thanksgiving Dinners at Miami Restaurants
Repeat after us: Sanksgiving. It's the proper way to pronounce Thanksgiving in Spanglish. (Please don't call it día de acción de gracias, you dweeb.)
Flickr / morganglines Behold: the turducken!
Anyway, have you begun prepping for the big day? Because it takes a long time. You have to brine the bird, mix the stuffing, peel the potatoes, mince the herbs, bake the pie, heat the cider, make the tamales... In other words, you're late.
Or maybe you'll just eat out. In which case, what follows are the ten best Thanksgiving meals at Miami restaurants. Here are the menus we're most excited about:
10. Rosa Mexicano
Rosa Mexicano Eat tacos with your turkey.
Make the trek to Lincoln Road and you'll receive complimentary hot apple cider with Mexican cinnamon at Rosa Mexicano. In addition to the restaurant's regular offerings, there will also be roast turkey with huitlacoche stuffing ($24) and a sticky pumpkin cake with pumpkin mole ice cream and cranberry salsa ($9).
Hours: Noon to 9 p.m.
9. DB Bistro Moderne
billwisserphoto.com Thanksgiving can be about pretty food, too.
DB Bistro's new executive chef, Jason Pringle, has big plans. Pringle will cook a three-course prix fixe dinner. Appetizers include duck foie gras terrine, basil-cured flounder, jumbo lump crab, and pumpkin soup. Then choose from a traditional Thanksgiving turkey, black grouper en papillote, or pumpkin ravioli. Desserts include a pumpkin tart and caramelized apple pie.
Hours: Noon to 8 p.m.
Price: $60 per person, plus tax and gratuity