Let’s be honest with each other, Baltimore. Thanksgiving is amazing and joyous and delicious, but also a serious hassle if you’re hosting! There’s so much that you have to do and organize and facilitate, and that’s not even counting the actual cooking!
Look, we understand. It’s truly about family, and it’s about love, but this Thanksgiving, show your family you love them by taking them out to eat! Everyone can get exactly what they want, and there’s no need to worry about logistics of any kind. We’ve even taken the guesswork out of it for you.
Here are some restaurants in Baltimore to have Thanksgiving dinner.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
711 Eastern Avenue
Ruth’s Chris is the perfect place to spend Thanksgiving if you still want to get the “meat and potatoes” feel of the holiday. It’s a celebrated and respected franchise all across the states, and it’s known for good reason! Some of the fan favorites are the Petite Filet & Shrimp and the Lamp Chops. If you want to really go all in, try the Bone-In NY Strip, which is 19 ounces of steak!
601 E. Pratt Street
If you want to switch things up this Thanksgiving and go at it with seafood in mind, Phillips is the place for you! This downtown Baltimore restaurant is known for its local style as much as its award-winning seafood. When you go, take in the beautiful views of the Inner Harbor as you try dishes like their award-winning crab cakes or the Lobster & Shrimp Salad.
Fogo De Chao
600 E. Pratt Street
Take your loved ones to Fogo De Chao if you want to experience a traditional Brazilian dinner. You and your family can choose from steak, chicken, lamb, pork and freshly prepared seafood. There are also great sides, wines and desserts available too. You will leave this Thanksgiving dinner feeling completely and utterly satisfied.
720 Aliceanna Street
Flemings is a solid choice if you need variety. Whether it’s a Thanksgiving full of crab legs or macaroni and cheese, there are options for everyone at the dinner table. When you go, try their Barbecue New Zealand Salmon Fillet or the Roasted Portobello Mushroom Ravioli.
We have a feeling this Thanksgiving will reach all new heights, Baltimore.