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Where to celebrate Thanksgiving in Miami: Restaurant Edition

This Thanksgiving, enjoy delicious food in fine-dining restaurants in Miami.

It’s almost time to enjoy a nice, warm Thanksgiving meal. But what if you’re not up to cooking this year? That’s totally okay! Miami in November is already cozy and perfect, what’s better than enjoying the chilly weather and festive feels in a fine-dining restaurant surrounded by people who matter the most to you?

Here are a few must-try restaurants in Miami that will not disappoint you:

The Key Club

Head to The Key Club this Thanksgiving and try out their three-course meal for just $72 per head. You’ll start with a warm butternut squash soup and delicious Tortellini with truffle seasoning. Then comes the main course with a whole roasted turkey with multiple sides, including mac and cheese, sautéed green beans, and sourdough stuffing—sounds yum, doesn’t it?

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Toro Toro

How about some Latin cuisine this time? Check out Toro Toro in Downtown Miami and enjoy a variety of ala carte dishes that are perfect for the season, including kale and butternut squash salad, roasted turkey, honey glazed sea bass, followed by cheesecake, vanilla ice cream, and pumpkin churros—it's a feast fir for a king!

Bourbon Steak

Enjoy your Thanksgiving with a steak at Bourbon Steak. This restaurant is a must-try for all steak lovers and will not disappoint. You’ll get to enjoy fine appetizers like steak tartare and tuna sashimi, followed by a hearty main course that includes herb-roasted chicken, filet mignon, miso-glazed sea bass, and wood-grilled turkey. Enjoy the filling sides of creamed spinach, mac, cheese, and garlic mashed potatoes. Dessert, you say? There’s apple puff, pumpkin pie, and s’mores. Are you in for it?

Le Jardinier

Enjoy a selection of bubbles with a menu that consist of butternut squash parfait, foie gras, roasted chicken with scallion butter, and cauliflower mascarpone. It’s nothing but refinement at its best — perhaps, the classiest way to spend your Thanksgiving.

Jaya at the Setai

How about this Thanksgiving, you try something different? Head to The Setai’s brunch, full of jazz music and divine food. It costs around $135 for adults and features a range of Asian, seafood, and dessert stations. It’s quite the experience, too — enjoy classics like roasted turkey with oven delights, delicious curries, and Japanese sushi.

Casa Mariano

For a special Thanksgiving eve, Casa Mariano is going against its Mediterranean menu and offering its guests a traditional American holiday experience. Their special Thanksgiving spread for 6 includes one main protein dish, three sides, and a dessert. A group of 10 can have two protein mains, five side dishes, and two desserts. You can choose from smoked whole brisket, turkey breast, pumpkin pie, pavlova, almond rice pilaf, and more.

Nikki Beach

Have a family dinner at Nikki Beach this Thanksgiving and enjoy traditional holiday cuisine. Guests enjoy mouth-watering delights like honey-baked ham, turkey with fresh herbs, smoked mac n’ cheese with gruyere, green bean casserole, and a special caramel apple pie along with pecan and pecan pumpkin options.

Cote Miami

A Michelin-star restaurant, Cote Miami is ideal for a fancy Thanksgiving feast. You can choose between four cuts of prime wagyu beef with an array of sides like seasonal veggies, salads, turkey mandoo, japchae, braised ribs, kimchi jiggae, egg souffle, pork belly, and more.

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