Worried about the Thanksgiving mayhem this holiday season? Whether you want to host your own dinner, or avoid cooking and cleanup, here are some great options in Sonoma County. Whichever you choose, make sure to order and reserve ahead of time – that means NOW!
Make a reservation
The Depot Hotel Restaurant is great for those who don’t want the hassle of cooking and cleaning up. They’re offering a full four-course meal including a vegetarian option and dessert for $65 per adult and $25 for kids.
The Girl & The Fig is offering a special Thanksgiving dinner that features four courses for $72 per person, you can add wine pairing for only $18! Their menu is packed with delicious choices from the more traditional turkey to short ribs, risotto or fish. See the full menu here.
Dry Creek Kitchen is celebrating Thanksgiving with a scrumptious three course menu that features Diestel Family Rach organic turkey. The price is $110 per person with the option of adding special sides like Tomales Bay Oyster stuffing to your meal.
For the Do-it-Yourself, get the provisions here
Willie Bird Turkeys has been raising turkeys since 1963. If you want to make your own traditional Thanksgiving at home, they offer fresh and smoked turkeys. You can place an order for pick up or have it delivered. Whatever Thanksgiving you’re planning, Willie Bird’s can help.
Journeymen Meat Co in Healdsburg, offers a wide range of meats from beautiful Ribeye to New York steaks, to sausages, meatballs and of course their signature handcrafted salumi cuts. Journeyman is sure to have all you need to have that not so traditional non-turkey Thanksgiving.
If you want to give back
For those wanting to give back a little, the Sonoma Community Center (Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall) is offering a free Thanksgiving dinner. Produced by the Sonoma Community Center and Vintage House, this event will be held on Thanksgiving Day from 3PM to 5PM. If you’d like to volunteer or donate, call (707) 931-4291 or email email@example.com.
What to chill at home and not do any of the work? Check out our Thanksgiving To Go guide here!
Thanksgiving doesn’t have to be the same every year. Mix it up a bit this year, Sonoma.