Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Thanksgiving Restaurant Round-up
Wit & Wisdom
Chef Zack Mills is offering a three-course Fall-inspired Feast
Thursday, November 26
2:00pm - 8:00pm
$85 per adult | $40 children under 12
$40 optional wine pairing
The menu includes turkey, of course, but you can also choose monkfish, if you prefer. Chef Mills' gorgeous crab bisque is available as a starter, and pastry chef Dyan Ng's creations include the fall flavors of sweet potato, butternut squash, or good old chocolate.
10am - 4pm
$35 per person | $16.95 for children under 10
Brunch staples like omelets cooked to order, plus standouts like grouper stuffed with Maryland crabmeat and a red pepper coulis; allspice and cinnamon scented pork loin with apricot sauce. Turkey, of course, and a prime rib carving station, with traditional stuffing and side dishes. For dessert, try their specialty Cinnamon Tree Cinnamon Buns, which make you wish that Thanksgiving was every day of the year.
Thursday, November 26, 2015
12:00 – 7:00pm
$65 per person | $15 for children 12 and under
$25 wine pairing
New executive chef Chris Amendola has created a family-style meal that includes Rettland Farm turkey with all the trimmings, followed by pumpkin pie and apple crisp. Just like home, but with a harbor view.
$58 per person | $29 for children 12 and under
A la carte menu also available
The Milton Inn is offering a three-course Thanksgiving Feast this year, an appetizer of your choice, followed by a full turkey dinner with gravy, sauerkraut with sausage, sweet potato mousse, onion and celery stuffing, Jack Tarr mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, seasonal veg, Parker House rolls, and cornbread! Whew. Plus dessert. Or, you can choose venison, short ribs, or surf and turf from the a la carte menu.
Seatings at 12:30pm, 3:00pm, and 5:30pm
$39.95 per person | $15.95 children 3-12 | Free for children under 3
Turkey, ham, and prime rib are the centerpieces of this buffet that includes all the usual suspects: sweet potatoes; cranberry sauce; gravy; sage dressing and oyster dressing; plus mac and cheese; red cabbage with kielbasa; lots of desserts.
Posted on Minxeats.com.
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