Thanksgiving: a dining and takeout guideNovember 17, 2017
Love the idea of Thanksgiving but hate the preparation, logistics, and cooking? Never fear: the New River Gorge is here. Find out where you can go for dining and takeaway!
Thanksgiving buffet at Smokey’s Steakhouse | Lansing
Adventures on the Gorge makes Thanksgiving simple— and delicious. Its timber-frame restaurant, Smokey’s Steakhouse, is the place to go for a family buffet.
This year’s feast on Nov. 23 will have quite a spread. Here’s a condensed version:
- Carving station: roast turkey and beef with artisan toppings: cranberry-orange relish, wild mushroom au jus, and more
- Hot lunch selections: stuffed pork loin with cranberry sage; spiced pumpkin bisque with maple Chantilly; and seafood Newburg
- Side dishes: mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, pimento mac n’ cheese, and more
- Baked breads: focaccia, sweet muffins, garlic-and-cheese biscuits, and more
- Chilled choices: smoked rainbow trout, Waldorf salad, fruit, yogurt, and more
You can count on dessert, too— lots of it.
Thanksgiving Brunch lasts from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reservations are highly recommended.
Thanksgiving to Go at Smokey’s Steakhouse | Lansing
Want to play host without having to cook and clean? Now you can with Thanksgiving to Go.
Here’s what you can order:
- Turkey Dinner: roast turkey with relish, gravy, dressing, potatoes, green bean casserole, maple-glazed sweet potatoes, pimento mac n’ cheese, dinner rolls, and your choice of two pies
- Ham Dinner: honey bourbon-glazed ham with spiced apples, gravy, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, maple-glazed sweet potatoes, pimento mac n’ cheese, dinner rolls, and your choice of two pies
- Prime Rib Dinner: rib roast with horseradish cream, gravy, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, maple-glazed sweet potatoes, pimento mac n’ cheese, dinner rolls, and your choice of two pies
Every meal serves roughly 8-10 people. Alternatively, you can cook everything yourself but order a pie. Smokey’s will have pumpkin, coconut cream, banana cream, chocolate cream, sweet potato, and southern pecan. Decisions, decisions.
What’s your favorite Thanksgiving indulgence?