So, you couldn’t go home for Thanksgiving. Or maybe you’re just not one to cook dinner at home. Well, don’t despair.
Instead of sitting on your couch feeling sorry for yourself, gather some company and head to one of these five restaurants for a Thanksgiving meal that will rival anything cooked at home. You’ll be able to eat to your heart’s content (and in style, to boot!) without any of the hard labor. Here are the best Thanksgiving options in Washington, D.C.!here. [gallery ids="5621,5622"] place you should definitely take your parents to dinner to when they come to town, but it’s also a place where you should take them to for Thanksgiving dinner. The restaurant has prepared an All-American three-course holiday feast, starting at noon and going until 8:30 p.m. The all-inclusive meal will cost you $125 a person ($55 for kids 12 and under). You’ll find that Thanksgiving at Blue Duck Tavern will be a twist on the traditional, as instead of turkey, Maine lobster will take center stage. The restaurant will serve such dishes as crab cakes, along with turkey, ham, prime rib, and of course a variety of vegetables (butternut squash is a favorite here). You can check out the event page here. [gallery ids="5625,5626"] 950 I St. NW Suite 501, Washington, D.C., 20001 1201 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, D.C., 20004 If you’re going to truly treat yourself to some quality meat, you just can’t beat Del Frisco’s -- one of the best steakhouses out there. Basically, if you’re planning to have a meat-filled Thanksgiving dinner, this may be the option for you. The restaurant will serve a prix fixe menu on Thanksgiving ($52 per person, $24 for children), along with its full dinner menu. Del Frisco’s is all about elevated classics, and the holiday meal will feature slow-roasted turkey, apple sausage stuffing, and pecan pie. [gallery ids="5627,5628"] here. [gallery ids="5629,5631"] All five of these restaurants are sure to be a classy, satisfying way to spend your Thanksgiving. Pro tip: Make a reservation, especially if your party is on the larger side. What are your plans for Thanksgiving dinner? Let us know in the comments below!