Let’s face it: Thanksgiving can be a lot of work, especially if you’re the one stuck doing the cooking. Between roasting the turkey, mashing the potatoes, and having to deal with your Great Aunt Susie criticizing your green bean casserole, you might wish someone else could deal with Turkey Day. Well, you’re in luck! Borgata is open on Thanksgiving, and our team of all-star chefs are doing all the hard work for you. All you have to do is show up and be ready to enjoy a unique Thanksgiving feast!
At Bobby Flay Steak, enjoy a Southwest take on Thanksgiving with Maple Horseradish Glazed Turkey, Smoked Chile Gravy, Sweet Potato Gratin, Cornbread Wild Mushroom and Bacon Stuffing, and Cranberry Fig Pinot Noir Chutney for $29 per person.
For an Italian twist on Turkey Day, head over to Angeline for Roasted Turkey Breast with Fennel Gravy, Turkey Confit Stuffing with Wild Mushrooms, Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta, Soft Polenta, and Pumpkin Tiramisu, all for $29 per person.
Old Homestead is serving Jersey Fresh Butternut Squash Soup, Spinach Salad, Broad Breasted White Turkey Roulade, Apple Poppy Calvados Stuffing, French Green Beans Almondine, Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Marshmallows, Cranberry Sauce, and Giblet Gravy. Then, select either Country Style Pecan Pie or Sweet Potato Pie for $65 per person.
Finally, at Wolfgang Puck American Grille, there’s Pumpkin Soup, Pink Lady Apple Salad, Roasted Turkey Breast with Smoked Turkey Leg, Grilled Turkey Kielbasa, Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Compote, Sausage Stuffing, and Natural Gravy. Finish with either Pumpkin Roulade Roll Cake or Dutch Apple Tarts, all for $39 per person.
It’s a great way to spend your day of thanks: watch your favorite holiday parade on TV in the morning, and head to Borgata for a dinner that will beat debating whether or not you serve fresh cranberry sauce or the jelly from a can!