Are you spending Thanksgiving in Charleston? If you're going to spend the holiday in town and you're looking for a place to savor a traditional Thanksgiving feast, then you're in luck, because we've got some excellent recommendations for you. Here's where you can enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving meal in Charleston!
Kiawah Island Golf Resort: Thanksgiving is always special at Kiawah Island Golf Resort. In the Grand Oaks Ballroom, you'll be able to enjoy numerous culinary stations, including seafood displays, live chef stations, holiday meats, and other traditional favorites.
Poogan's Porch: Enjoy a Thanksgiving feast with Lowcountry flare at Poogan's Porch. They'll offer a prix fixe menu full of tasty treats. The featured main course is herb-roasted turkey, served with sage sausage & cornbread dressing, whipped potatoes, giblet gravy, country-style green beans, and cranberry sauce, but you'll have nine mains to choose from if you aren't in the mood for turkey!
Gabrielle: Come enjoy a multi-course Thanksgiving meal curated by Gabrielle's chef Edgar Kano. The main course features herb-roasted turkey, cranberry-orange relish, thyme gravy, cornbread-sage stuffing, mashed potatoes, and brussel sprouts.
The Watch Rooftop Kitchen & Spirits: Looking for a unique Thanksgiving experience? Enjoy your meal on a rooftop, watching the sunset over Charleston! The Watch Rooftop will offer a Thanksgiving buffet that is complete with roasted turkey, honey-glazed ham, mac and cheese, deviled eggs, and more.
Sorelle: This Thanksgiving, Sorelle is offering a dinner that combines American and Italian traditions. Enjoy a menu full of dishes like chestnut agnolotti, porcini sformato, and heritage turkey, all of which have been lovingly crafted by Chef Nick Dugan and his team.
Mills House: The Mills House will offer three phenomenal carving stations this Thanksgiving. Come enjoy prime rib, maple-glazed ham, and turkey, plus yummy side dishes like wild mushroom dressing, smoked corn pudding, and spiced sweet potatoes. Save room for dessert!
Where are you spending Thanksgiving? We hope to see you in Charleston!