Where to Drink on Thanksgiving 2016 in Baltimore

by Jennifer Waldera on Nov 22, 2016 in Roundups
Where to Drink on Thanksgiving 2016 in Baltimore

Whether you’re stuck in town unable to get home to your family or you’re in town stuck on the idea of getting away from your family, be thankful on Thanksgiving that Baltimore has plenty of places to raise a glass and down a damn fine meal on Turkey Day.
 
Stop into the taproom for the second annual Beer and Breakfast Benefit on Thanksgiving morning after the YMCA’s Turkey Trot Charity 5k. $1 from each beer bought goes to the YMCA. Buy a beer, get free breakfast - could Thanksgiving kick off any better than this? (418 N Main St, Bel Air; 410-836-8313)
 
This Federal Hill mainstay features an enviable Thanksgiving meal every year. Mains range from free range turkey and locally cured ham to seabass or salmon, as well as pork chops or steak, are paired with various sides ranging from $25 - $36. (1002 Light St; 410-539-7344)
 
Raise a pint on Thanksgiving and stop into Heavy Seas for plenty of brews and their Thanksgiving menu featuring individual plates of smoked turkey and spiral cut ham with sides of mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, glazed carrots, and cornbread. (1300 Bank St; 410-522-0850)
 
This popular seafood spot with a water view to be thankful for all on its own will be offering up traditional favorites for Thanksgiving, including carved roast turkey, carved honey-glazed ham, herb crusted roast prime rib of beef, and sausage and sage stuffing as well as mashed potatoes, pan gravy, candied sweet potatoes, lobster and crab macaroni and cheese, cranberry orange relish, sauerkraut and sausage, and green bean amandine. Reservations for the Thanksgiving feast are required. To reserve a table, visit their website or call. (402 Key Hwy; 410-727-3678)
 
Stop in to this stylish spot for an unforgettable Thanksgiving meal from their new enthusiastic chef, Scott Hines. (2 N Charles St; 443-692-6172)
 
While it’s not offering specific Thanksgiving specials, this place in Owings Mills will have a full regular menu on Thanksgiving day. (10209 Grand Central Ave #126, Owings Mills; 410-504-5146)
 
This waterfront bar will be open on Thanksgiving until 10 PM, but also feel free to settle in to Chef Zach Mill’s three course autumn-inspired menu featuring the likes of Squash Risotto and Roasted Turkey from 2 PM - 8 PM. (200 International Dr; 410-576-5800)
 
Stop in to this Canton spot for traditional or Southern fried turkey, among other mains, with an all you can eat fixin's side item buffet. (2400 Boston St #101a; 410-534-3287)
 
The bar will open from 11:00 AM - 1:00 AM while the restaurant will be open for service from noon until 8 PM with a full menu in addition to a few Thanksgiving offerings as well. (2901 O'Donnell St; 410-276-3160)
 
This spot’s Thanksgiving menu starts at 11 AM and features a prix fixe with roasted turkey and smoked ham, gravy and cranberry sauce with a choice of two sides including sweet potato casserole, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, roasted root veggies, and a few others. Grab a la carte sides for $5 each and substitute smoked turkey for seared salmon or angus bistro steak for $3. (1400 Light St; 443-438-7289)
 
Boathouse Canton is doing Thanksgiving luau-style with a “seaside” buffet, carving station, desserts, and a drink station for only $40. (2809 Boston St; 410-773-9795)
 
Go traditional or get your steak on at the $39 prix fixe dinner at Sullivan’s on Thanksgiving. (1 E Pratt St #102; 410-962-5503)
 
From 11 AM - 6 PM, stop into this quiet Sykesville spot for turkey and gravy and cornbread dressing as well as the likes of  butternut squash bisque, special selections from the fall/winter menu, and fall desserts like pumpkin cheesecake and apple crumble. (7618 Main St, Sykesville; 410-795-1041)
 
Stop into this Thanksgiving Buffet “with a gourmet twist” to hunker down with traditional standards like turkey with giblet gravy, green bean casserole, and candied yams as well as the salmon, parmesan encrusted chicken breast, and brussel sprout ragout. The cold buffet will feature seasonally inspired salads as well as seafood. (903 Dulaney Valley Rd, Towson; 410-321-7400)
 
Between 10 AM and 4 PM stop in for a buffet with traditional seasonal decor including a Knee-High Kids’ Buffet featuring chicken fingers, french fries, macaroni and cheese and a make-your-own cupcake station. (245 Shawan Rd, Hunt Valley; 410-785-7000)
 
The prix fixe menu at this classy Mt. Vernon spot will be $55 or $70 with wine pairings (excluding gratuity and tax). View their Thanksgiving menu here and reserve your table here. (924 N Charles St; 443-447-7878)
 
For $39.99, this Brewer’s Hill  prix-fixe three course menu for Thanksgiving is a steal. Seatings begin at 2 PM on November 24. (938 S Conkling St; 443-388-9363)
 
Photo via Flickr user timsackton
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