Thanksgiving is a time for family members to gather together, give thanks, and eat delicious comfort food. However, the road to the end result of a Thanksgiving feast is strenuous at times. No one likes to stand in long lines at the grocery store for a forgotten ingredient, it’s a pain! Also the act of cooking multiple dishes can be stressful and easily can turn your holiday feast into a holiday disaster. Well don’t you fret; the Cohn Restaurant Group is offering a solution to these Thanksgiving mishaps. Many of the Cohn Group's restaurants will be open for the Thanksgiving holiday, inviting families to enjoy this holiday together minus the Thanksgiving woes.
333 Pacific offers patrons contemporary Surf n Turf cuisine with a stunning twilight view of the Oceanside Pier. In addition to his daily menu, Head Chef Brian Hyre created a Thanksgiving menu for guests to celebrate the holiday with the 333 Pacific family. For $54.95 per person, 333 Pacific offers a three-course prix-fixe meal that features an assortment of comfort food dishes like Slow Roasted Young Turkey topped with roasted gravy served with herb stuffing, mashed potatoes, and green bean mushroom casserole. For a less traditional route, 333 Pacific also offers a seafood option as well. A great choice for a new-wave Thanksgiving meal is the Alaskan King Salmon, pan glazed with cabernet wine and served with all the fixings. To end the night, 333 Pacific provides an array of desserts from Gran Marnier Flourless Chocolate Torte topped with candied orange zest, to traditional Pumpkin Pie served with Chantilly cream.
This Thanksgiving holiday, BO-beau Kitchen and Bar presents their rendition of a Thanksgiving feast for the holiday season. Located in Ocean Beach, BO-beau is known for their French cuisine and beautiful restaurant that transports guests to a small village in the South of France. Head Chef Katherine Humphus has created a prix-fixe Thanksgiving feast that features traditional Thanksgiving dishes complemented by a French cuisine twist like the Oven Roasted Turkey Breast entrée. This dish is a healthy serving of oven roasted turkey seasoned with quatre spice, a popular four spice season mainly used in France. For guests that want something different for their Thanksgiving meal, Bo-beau also offers French style cuisine on their Thanksgiving menu like Moules Marinere, fresh mussels cooked in white wine with onions, garlic, chopped parsley, and served with frites. For full menu details, click HERE.
For patrons wanting to cook a Thanksgiving dinner but knowingly will not have enough time to cook everything, Indigo Grill has the answer for your problem. Head Chef Deborah Scott offers a To-Go menu that features her famous Butternut Squash Soup and dessert puddings. The Butternut Squash Soup and dessert puddings will relieve stress from the cook’s shoulders and complete the Thanksgiving dinner. For full menu details, click HERE.
Similarly, Head Chef Deborah Scott’s other restaurant Island Prime is offering a Thanksgiving three course prix fixe dinner as well. Located in Point Loma, Island Prime rests atop stilts overlooking the San Diego Bay and provides an amazing view of the city skyline and Coronado, serving entrees featuring seafood and steak cuisine. At $49.95 per person, the Island Prime prix fixe dinner features an assortment of choices like Herb Roasted Free Range Sonoma Turkey served with wild mushroom stuffing and delicious blood orange-cranberry relish and Black and White Sesame Salmon served with a soy-ginger reduction. Also, Island Prime offers great selections for the kids in the family like Prime Rib or Chicken Fingers and Fries. For full menu details, click HERE.
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