Thanksgiving Out: Who's Serving Turkey

Ruth's Chris in Pikesville and the Rusty Scupper in Federal Hill are two options for holiday meals.

Not all holiday meals must be served at home.

Enjoy the cuisine of the Thanksgiving holiday without the work, by trying one of these restaurant options on Nov. 24:

Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, Pikesville—Reservations are required for a three-course dinner featuring sliced, oven-roasted turkey breast, gravy, sausage and herb stuffing and cranberry relish. It's open 2-8 p.m.

  • Cost: $34.95 per person.
  • To make a reservation: 410-837-0033.
  • Address: 1777 Reisterstown Road.

, Pikesville—Reservations are required for the full Thanksgiving meal that features white turkey, bone-in ham, whole-grain honey-mustard Maryland fried chicken, gravy, cranberry sauce, soup, salads and more. Dinner time is 1-4 p.m.

  • Cost: $24.95 for adults, $19.95 for seniors and $12.95 for children.
  • To make a reservation: 410-653-1100.
  • Address: 1726 Reisterstown Road.

, Pikesville—The restaurant is preparing a turkey dinner for Thanksgiving. It opens at 11 a.m., and closes some time in the afternoon when diners have stopped arriving. Reservations can be made but are not necessary.

  • Cost: Not yet determined.
  • To make a reservation: 410-415-7880.
  • Address: 1721 Reisterstown Road.

Rusty Scupper, Baltimore—Reservations are required for the buffet, held noon-6 p.m. Featured items are carved turkey, ham, sausage and sage stuffing, gravy, and a raw bar featuring oysters and peel & eat shrimp.

  • Cost: $39.95 per adult, $16.95 per child.
  • To make a reservation: 410-727-3678.
  • Address: 402 Key Highway.

Della Notte, Baltimore—Reservations are required for dinner on Thanksgiving Day, noon-9 p.m. Order from the regular menu, or try the traditional, three-course Thanksgiving dinner featuring turkey, cranberry stuffing, mashed potatoes and more.

  • Cost: For traditional Thanksgiving meal is $45 per person.
  • To make a reservation: 410-837-5500.
  • Address: 801 Eastern Avenue

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Jill Dudley Cohen November 23, 2011 at 01:39 AM
We have been dining out for Thanksgiving for many years. For a small family, it costs less to go out than it does to buy the groceries. An extra bonus is that nobody has to cook or clean up. Thanks for the restaurant suggestions. Great idea!
Janet Metzner November 23, 2011 at 03:47 AM
Thanks Jill. Eating out during the holiday—at least once in a while—is a good way to thoroughly enjoy the holiday fare. I have another place to add to this list. Boston Market in Pikesville is open as well.
Janet Metzner November 24, 2011 at 03:58 PM
Just called the Hilton. They are still accepting reservations for their dining room.


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