10 places to eat on Thanksgiving Day in NoVA (other than your dining room)
No Thanksgiving dinner plans? No problem. These NoVA restaurants are ready to serve you and your family with meals just as good as Grandma’s.
Thanksgiving is a holiday full of traditions. Traditional flavors, traditional place settings and the traditional phrase, “Is dinner ready yet?”
Rather than getting out your family’s best silverware or whipping up Grandma’s mashed potatoes, here’s where you can enjoy Thanksgiving with seasonal features, modern twists and more.
Thanksgiving at Wildfire
No need to stress over forgetting the gravy or over-roasting the turkey, Wildfire has you covered. With a traditional and gluten-free family-style Thanksgiving menu, everyone in your party can enjoy cornbread, chopped salads, spit-roasted turkey (as well as cedar-planked salmon or roasted beef), mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, roasted Brussels sprouts and more. For an additional $3 per person, grab a slice of pumpkin pie, butterscotch pecan pie, apple strudel pie, Key lime pie and triple-layer chocolate cake. // Wildfire: 2001 International Drive, McLean; Nov. 28, 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m.; $54.95 per person, $21.95 for children 12 and under