Feast but a fuss: Where to sup out in a suburbs on Thanksgiving 2018

If we feel like your life is jam-packed with activities, take a mangle this Thanksgiving and let someone else do a cooking and purify up. Namely, a suburban restaurant. Once we make your reservation, all we have to do is lay back, relax and suffer Thursday, Nov. 22, with family and friends.

Here’s a sampling of restaurants where we can do usually that.

Blossom Cafe

8349 W. Lawrence Ave., Norridge, (708) 453-5300 or theblossomcafe.com/. Feast on turkey with all a trimmings, and homemade pumpkin cake from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. The normal feast, that costs $18.99, also will be accessible for lift out. Or sup from a unchanging menu. Reservations suggested.

The Capital Grille

87 Yorktown Center, Lombard, (630) 627-9800, and 5340 N. River Road, Rosemont, (847) 671-8125 or thecapitalgrille.com/. Make reservations now for Thanksgiving cooking featuring slow-roasted turkey with brioche stuffing, French immature beans with Marcona almonds, cranberry pear chutney and Sam’s crushed potatoes to share from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. $42 adults, $15 kids. For dessert, pumpkin cheesecake is $10. The full cooking menu also will be available.

Chandler’s Chophouse

401 N. Roselle Road, Schaumburg, (847) 885-9009 or chandlerschophouse.com/thanksgiving-dinner-at-chandlers/. Enjoy a special a la grant Thanksgiving menu from noon to 8 p.m. Chandler’s normal turkey cooking (seasoned oven-roasted turkey, stuffing, immature beans, crushed potatoes, gravy, candied yams and cranberry sauce) is $23.99 for adults and $11.99 for kids. Other chef’s specialties embody Parmesan-crusted halibut, Tuscan garlic duck roulade, primary rib, lobster mac and cheese, twin filet Oscar, griddle baby behind ribs, pumpkin cake and more. Sip on a specialty cranberry vodka cosmo for $5. Reservations are rarely recommended.

Chessie’s Restaurant

200 Applebee St., Barrington, (847) 382-5020 or chessies-restaurant.com/. Seatings for a Thanksgiving smorgasboard cooking will be during 11:30 a.m., 1:30 and 4 p.m. Choose from a annuity of peel-and-eat Gulf shrimp, slow-roasted turkey with gravy, honey-baked ham, salmon with sugarine scotch sauce, nation virtuoso and sausage stuffing, prohibited cinnamon rolls, honeyed potatoes, cranberry relish, pumpkin pie, pumpkin cheesecake, chocolate mousse cups and more. Adults $32.95, kids 12 and younger $14.95. Reservations recommended.

Chicago Prime Italian

1370 Bank Drive, Schaumburg, (847) 240-1414 or chicagoprimeitalian.com/thanksgiving. The Thanksgiving Day menu, that will be served family-style, will embody options such as boiled calamari or asiago spinach crab fondue; residence or Caesar salad; a pasta march of rigatoni vodka, cavatappi Alfredo or penne marinara; categorical march options (plated) of roasted turkey with cranberry sauce, virtuoso stuffing and giblet gravy, roasted pork, broiled salmon, eggplant Parmesan or gnocchi; sides of honeyed potatoes, roasted Brussels sprouts or crushed potatoes; and for dessert, pumpkin pie, apple or cherry strudel, pecan cake or cannoli. Adults $43.95, kids 12 and younger $19.95, not including taxation and gratuity. The unchanging menu will not be served. Reservations required.

CityGate Grille

2020 Calamos Court, Naperville, (630) 718-1010 or citygategrille.com/. Four courses, sit-down use and total servings. The special Thanksgiving cooking from 1 to 5 p.m. facilities a choice of potato leek with bacon soup or avgolemono; salad; entrees like normal roasted turkey and gravy, brownish-red sugar-glazed smoked ham with pineapple glitter or primary rib; sides like brioche stuffing or roasted honey-glazed honeyed potatoes; and dessert of pumpkin cake or vanilla cheesecake with candied pecans and caramel. Adults $47, kids 6-12 $23, and giveaway for kids 5 and younger. Reservations required.

The Clubhouse

298 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, (630) 472-0600 or theclubhouse.com/event/thanksgiving-2018/. Reserve your mark for The Clubhouse’s Thanksgiving buffet, that runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fill adult on equipment from a figure hire (roast turkey, honey-baked ham and primary rib), pasta station, signature entrees (turducken, vodka pasta, duck Marsala, pecan-crusted tilapia), sides (red-skin crushed potatoes, virtuoso sausage stuffing, creamed spinach), salads, cheeses, fruits, tender bar (fresh oysters, Jonah crab claws), children’s smorgasboard and desserts (chocolate fountain, assorted tarts and pastries). Adults $49.95, kids 6-12 $24.95, and giveaway for kids 5 and younger.

Cooper’s Hawk

Locations in Arlington Heights, Burr Ridge, Naperville, South Barrington, St. Charles and Wheeling. chwinery.com/. Thanksgiving cooking includes butternut squish soup, slow-roasted turkey with vessel gravy, housemade sides like normal stuffing, roasted immature beans and carrots, Mary’s potatoes, cranberry sauce, honeyed creamed corn and spiced pumpkin cheesecake. Adults $28.99, kids 12 and younger $12.99. Pair cooking with chenin blanc Gewurtzraminer for $8 or cranberry sangria for $7.25 a potion or $23.99 a pitcher. Reservations recommended.

D’Andrea Banquets

Routes 14 and 31, Crystal Lake, (815) 459-7234, dandreabanquets.com/. Dine on a Thanksgiving Day smorgasboard from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The feast includes fry turkey, apple raisin dressing, fry sirloin of beef, baked ham with fruit sauce, griddle ribs, lemon butter baked cod, fry loin of pork, glassy honeyed potatoes, crushed potatoes, baked mostaccioli with marinara, a accumulation of salads, a normal dessert list and more. Adults $26; kids 3-10 $10.95; giveaway for kids younger than 3; and taxation and gratuity. Reservations required.

Di Pescara

2124 Northbrook Court, Northbrook, (847) 498-4321 or di-pescara.com/events/thanksgiving-at-di-pescara/. Leave a Thanksgiving cooking to Di Pescara cook Mychael Bonner this year. Enjoy family-style dishes like crispy zucchini with lemon aioli, pressed mushrooms with spinach and Parmesan, roasted Vermont turkey, sliced baked honeyed potatoes, rosemary and virtuoso stuffing and almond-crusted whitefish ($2 per chairman surcharge) and petite filet mignon ($6 per chairman surcharge). Dessert includes pumpkin cake with cinnamon churned cream, apple crostata and triple chocolate cookies. Dinner is from noon to 7 p.m. Reservations required.

Dover Straits

890 E. Route 45, Mundelein, (847) 949-1550 or doverstraits.com/. From noon to 9 p.m., Dover Straits will be portion a normal turkey cooking and all a trimmings. The unchanging menu and daily specials also will be available. Reservations recommended.

Eaglewood Resort Spa

1401 Nordic Road, Itasca, (630) 694-5899 or eaglewoodresort.com/. Burnham’s Restaurant will be portion adult a smorgasboard of forged whole-roasted turkey, cranberry Leinenkugel beer-braised beef brief ribs, garlic crushed potatoes, normal stuffing, candied honeyed potatoes, immature bean casserole, a tender bar, specialty salads, pumpkin pie, red velvet cake martinis, scotch pecan pie, a boiled apple sugarine cookie cake and ice cream hire and some-more from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Adults $41, kids 6-12 $19 and giveaway for kids 5 and younger. Reservations strongly recommended.

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse

960 Milwaukee Ave., Lincolnshire, (847) 793-0333 or flemingssteakhouse.com/locations/il/lincolnshire. Starting during 11 a.m., diners can suffer a three-course Thanksgiving feast that facilities churned herb-roasted turkey breast or sliced beef tenderloin for $49 per person. Kids can have their possess special three-course Thanksgiving dish for $19. Reservations required.

Francesca’s By a River

200 S. Second St., St. Charles, (630) 587-8221 or miafrancesca.com/locations/profile/francescas-by-the-river. From 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thanksgiving Day, diners can suffer an endless smorgasboard featuring salads, antipasti, uninformed fruit, churned Yukon Gold potatoes, candied honeyed potatoes, gnocchi alla Bolognese, roasted tumble veggies, oven-roasted sliced turkey breast, salt-crusted primary rib, seafood scampi and desserts such as pecan, apple, chocolate and pumpkin mini tarts. It’s $46 for adults and $18 for kids 12 and younger. This is a usually plcae hosting a buffet. Reservations recommended.


Francesca’s Amici in Elmhurst, Francesca’s Famiglia in Barrington, Francesca’s Tavola in Arlington Heights, La Sorella Di Francesca in Naperville, Francesca’s Passaggio in Naperville and Francesca’s North in Northbrook: From noon to 7 p.m., these locations will be portion Thanksgiving Day specials such as roasted butternut squish and mascarpone cream soup; pumpkin-filled pasta; hand-carved turkey breast with normal virtuoso stuffing, crushed potatoes, fibre beans and cranberries; porcini-rubbed rib-eye; and pumpkin pie, in further to a unchanging menu. For details, see miafrancesca.com/. Reservations recommended.

Fogo de Chao

1824 Abriter Court, Naperville, (630) 955-0022, and 5460 Park Place, Rosemont, (847) 678-7200, or fogodechao.com/. Come inspired to Fogo de Chao’s Thanksgiving Day feast from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. In further to a fire-roasted meats and Market Table offerings, nosh on roasted turkey breast, turkey au jus, cranberry relish, Brazilian sausage and apple salsa and honeyed potato casserole. Dinner prices all day: $52.95 for adults, half cost for kids 7-12, and giveaway for kids 6 and younger. Make reservations during fogodechao.com/.

Harry Caray’s

70 Yorktown Center, Lombard, (630) 953-3400, and 10233 Higgins Road, Rosemont, (847) 699-1200, or harrycarays.com/. Thanksgiving specials everywhere during Harry Caray’s this year. Try a butternut squish bisque, hand-carved roasted turkey ($33.95), 16-ounce herb-roasted primary rib of beef ($42.95) and an total sides smorgasboard featuring Parmesan crushed potatoes, marshmallow-crusted maple-bourbon honeyed potatoes, orange-scented cranberry relish, Brussels sprouts with pancetta and more. Pumpkin cake and Fuji apple and cherry frail turn out a meal. Hours are noon to 7 p.m. in Lombard and noon to 8 p.m. in Rosemont. Reservations requested.

Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort

3500 Midwest Road, Oak Brook, oakbrookhillsresortchicago.com/upcoming-events/thanksgiving. This year, sup on a Thanksgiving four-course pre-fixe menu in B. For $50, diners can select from corn and furious rice chowder or roasted butternut squish soup; kale and roasted squish salad or celery base and apple risotto; roasted turkey roulade with maple scotch turkey jus, garlic crushed potato, roasted Brussels sprouts, immature beans and baby carrots or autumn herb-crusted salmon filet with Dijon cream sauce, fingerling potato hash, easily creamed spinach and baby carrots; and for a honeyed treat, apple sharp or pumpkin creme brulee. The children’s snack — roasted mac and cheese with turkey or duck tenders with fries and griddle salsa — is $9. Reservations required. Order tickets during eventbrite.com/.

Hotel Baker

100 W. Main St., St. Charles, (630) 584-2100 or hotelbaker.com/thanksgiving-buffet-feast-2018/. How does roasted Amish turkey with giblet gravy sauce, glassy smoked ham, Yukon bullion crushed potatoes, glassy honeyed potatoes and toasted marshmallows, dusty fruit and sausage stuffing, squish and Parmesan gratin, penne pasta with duck Bolognese sauce, pumpkin cake and red velvet cake sound? It all will be accessible on a Thanksgiving smorgasboard from 1 to 5. Adults $45, kids 3-13 $23, and giveaway for kids younger than 3. Reservations requested.

Johnny’s Kitchen Tap

1740 Milwaukee Ave., Glenview, (847) 699-9999 or johnnysglenview.com/. Nosh on a normal Thanksgiving feast with all a trimmings, and homemade pumpkin cake and rice pudding, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Dinner costs $18.95. Reservations recommended.

McCormick Schmick’s Seafood Steaks

3001 Butterfield Road, Oak Brook, (630) 571-3700, and 5320 N. River Road, Rosemont, (847) 233-3776, or mccormickandschmicks.com/featured-promotion/thanksgiving.aspx. Make a reservation now to suffer a roasted turkey cooking with butternut squish bisque, crushed potatoes and gravy, cornbread stuffing, apple squish casserole, anniversary vegetables and more. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Morton’s The Steakhouse

1751 Freedom Drive, Naperville, (630) 577-1372; 699 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook, (847) 205-5111; 9525 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Rosemont, (847) 678-5155; and 1470 McConnor Parkway, Schaumburg, (847) 413-8771. mortons.com/. Morton’s will offer a unchanging menu from 1 to 9 p.m. Try some new specialties like Côte de Boeuf Bone-In USDA Prime Rib-eye brushed with garlic-herb butter ($125 for a 36-ounce steak) and Steak Lobster Oscar with bearnaise salsa ($59). Sip on a new anniversary cocktail called a Holiday Bliss — a mix of Grey Goose Vodka, Passoa passion fruit liqueur, cranberry juice, lemon extract and surfaced with prosecco — for $17.

Perry’s Steakhouse Grille

5 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, (630) 571-1808 or perryssteakhouse.com/locations/il/chicago/oak-brook/. A special three-course prix fixe menu will be served from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. For $49.95, a feast will start with a choice of butternut squish soup or sugarine frail apple salad with dusty cherries and maple syrup vinaigrette followed by roasted turkey breast with vessel gravy and crushed potatoes, immature bean almondine, sausage and virtuoso cornbread stuffing and cranberry relish. Pumpkin Pie with Chantilly Cream is for dessert. Kids 12 and younger can sup for $15. The unchanging cooking menu will be available. Reservations are encouraged.

Pheasant Run Resort

4051 E. Main St., St. Charles, (630) 584-6300 or pheasantrun.com/thanksgiving.aspx. An endless Thanksgiving brunch, pleasantness of executive cook Tiffany Tooker, will be served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Once again, one of a highlights is a figure hire featuring Vermont turkey with cornbread stuffing and a bone-in Virginia ham. The grand smorgasboard includes breakfast and brunch equipment such made-to-order omelets and Corn Flake-crusted French toast; anniversary salads and seafood; workman cheeses and breads; a pasta station; sides like honeyed potato gratin, immature bean stew and homestyle garlic churned potatoes; and desserts including pumpkin, pecan and honeyed potato pies, an apple and cherry cobbler skillet hire and more. Adults $42.95, kids 5-12 $16.95, and giveaway for kids younger than 5. Reservations required.

Port Edward

20 W. Algonquin Road, Algonquin, (847) 658-5441 or portedward.com/. Take a family to Port Edward’s Thanksgiving Brunch, function from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Adults $42, kids 5-11 $19 and giveaway for kids younger than 5. Reservations are required.

Prairie Grass Cafe

601 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook, (847) 205-4433 or prairiegrasscafe.com/. The normal Thanksgiving cooking will be accessible from 2:30 to 7 p.m. The menu includes a choice of butternut squish soup or organic churned immature salad, oven-roasted turkey served with crushed potatoes and homemade gravy, apple reddish-brown stuffing, honeyed potato and butternut squish with homemade marshmallow topping, uninformed vegetables, cranberry salsa and pumpkin pie, double chocolate cake and more. It’s $59 per person. Call for reservations.

Restaurant Michael

64 Green Bay Road, Winnetka, (847) 441-3100 or restaurantmichael.com/. Make reservations now to sup on a family-style Thanksgiving cooking from noon to 6 p.m. Start off with candied squish bisque with toasted brioche croutons, tossed baby greens and Restaurant Michael’s Signature Warm Gougeres before relocating on to a choice of brownish-red sugarine brined and roasted locally farmed turkey with vessel gravy, slow-cooked beef brief rib and potato ravioli Bordelaise or roasted tenderloin of Berkshire Farms pig tenderloin. Nosh on total sides such as honeyed potato gratin, virtuoso and angus belligerent beef salsa (stuffing), tawny churned crushed potatoes, immature beans tossed with garlic and brioche bread crumbs and Grand Marnier toasted walnut cranberry compote. Each guest can suffer all of a desserts: Warm poached pear financier, particular roasted pumpkin cake mascarpone cheesecake, cinnamon nutmeg gelato and Grand Marnier chocolate truffles. Adults $55, half-price for kids younger than 10. A $15 per guest deposition is required. Call for reservations.

Roka Akor

166 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, (630) 348-9210 or rokaakor.com/oak-brook/. Love sushi, though still suffer turkey on Thanksgiving? Roka Akor is portion adult a Thanksgiving Tasting Menu that will prove both cravings. The initial march facilities hamachi sashimi with yuzu and taro chips and Japanese boiled duck with honeyed chili aioli. The second march is dynamite scallop maki and butternut squish tempura with pinkish peppercorn salsa and red onions. Third march offers robata griddle Chilean sea drum with tomato dashi gas and uninformed fennel; wagyu sirloin with bone pith and truffle aioli; and fingerling potatoes with shiso chimichurri and bonito flake. And, of course, a turkey: braised turkey with immature beans with lemon butter and truffle crush potatoes. End with vanilla maple apple pulp with pear rosemary sorbet. Dinner is $72 per person, and it’s accessible from 4 to 9 p.m. An a la grant menu also will be available.

Seasons 52

3 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, (630) 571-4752, and 1770 E. Higgins Road, Schaumburg, (847) 517-5252, seasons52.com/home. Set your standards high for Seasons 52’s Thanksgiving dinner, that will be served all day. Enjoy dishes such as Roasted “Never Ever” Turkey (never treated with antibiotics), Yukon crushed potatoes, herb stuffing, French immature beans, crushed butternut squish and housemade cranberry relish. Top it off with pumpkin cake mini indulgences. Adults $27.95, kids $13.95. Enjoy a winter cocktail or one of a 52 wines by a potion with dinner. Reservations required.

Shaw’s Schaumburg

1900 E. Higgins Road, Schaumburg, (847) 517-2722 or shawscrabhouse.com/schaumburg/. Shaw’s is hosting a normal Thanksgiving smorgasboard from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. that will embody a cold seafood and salad bar featuring oysters on a half shell, shrimp cocktail and sharp tuna maki; a chef’s list with chef-carved herb-roasted turkey with cranberry salsa and homemade gravy, Alaskan golden aristocrat crab legs and slow-roasted tenderloin; a grand prohibited smorgasboard portion Chesapeake boiled chicken, lobster mac and cheese, Parmesan-crusted cod, au gratin potatoes, jumbo boiled shrimp and candied honeyed potatoes; and a candy list with pumpkin, pecan, hiss and Key orange pies, pumpkin cheesecake, homemade cupcakes and more. Adults $75, kids 7-12 $15, and giveaway for kids 6 and younger (excludes taxation and gratuity). Gluten-free options are available. Reservations recommended.

Ted’s Montana Grill

39 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville, (630) 848-2255, and Bolingbrook during The Promenade, 623 E. Boughton Road, Suite 110, Bolingbrook, (630) 783-2493 or tedsmontanagrill.com/events/ThanksgivingMenu. Ted’s will be portion a Thanksgiving fry turkey feast from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. It includes a side salad or crater of soup or chili, fry turkey and gravy with garlic crushed potatoes, “Aunt Fannie’s” squish casserole, cranberry sauce, herb dressing, carrots and apple pecan frail for $29. The unchanging menu also will be available. Reservations recommended.

Texas de Brazil

5 Woodfield Center, Suite D312, Schaumburg, (847) 413-1600 or texasdebrazil.com/locations/illinois/schaumburg/. Texas de Brazil is adding fry turkey, stuffing and other holiday side dishes to a endless menu of grilled meats for Thanksgiving. The salad area includes 50 salads, soups and side dishes. Dinner is $46.99. Hours are 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch and 5 to 9:30 p.m. for dinner. Reservations recommended.

Three Embers

Chicago Marriott Lincolnshire, 10 Marriott Drive, Lincolnshire, (847) 634-0100, threeembersrestaurant.com/ep-thanksgiving-buffet.php. Seating times are during 11 a.m. and 1:30 and 4 p.m. for a Thanksgiving smorgasboard that includes figure stations (turkey and giblet gray, slow-roasted frame loin of beef, baked ham), and a accumulation of salads, seafood (oysters on a half shell, peel-and-eat shrimp), entrees (herb-crusted salmon, Amish chicken, butternut squish ravioli), sides (mashed potatoes, yams, herb stuffing), children’s equipment and candy (chocolate-dipped strawberries, uninformed fruit tarts, pies) and more. Adults $43, kids 12 and younger $20. Reservations required.

Truluck’s Seafood, Steak and Crab House

9860 Berwyn Ave., Rosemont, (847) 233-9404 or trulucks.com/. From noon to 9 p.m., Truluck’s will be plating a special three-course Southern-style Thanksgiving menu. Indulge in lobster bisque or New England clam chowder before relocating on to a second march of herb-roasted turkey breast, Parmesan crushed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, giblet gravy and cranberry apple compote. Additional sides embody creamed spinach, steamed asparagus, pan-seared broccoli and macaroni and cheese. Finish with pumpkin cake with eggnog churned cream. Adults $40, kids 12 and younger $16. Business infrequent clothes is requested. Reservations required.


550 S. Milwaukee Ave., Wheeling, (847) 465-9988 or tuscanychicago.com/location/wheeling/. Executive cook Bolla Loza has combined a anniversary Thanksgiving prix fixe cooking that will be accessible from noon to 8 p.m. For $34.95 per person, Guests can feast on turkey, choice of crushed or honeyed potatoes, gravy, immature bean casserole, cranberry relish, stuffing and a cut of pumpkin pie, all for $34.95 for adults ($29.95 for adults from noon to 3 p.m.) and $17.95 for kids 10 and younger. Reservations required.


1300 Patriot Blvd., Glenview, (847) 657-6363; 232 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook, (630) 586-9000; and 1250 E. Higgins Road, Schaumburg, (847) 995-0100, or wildfirerestaurant.com/. Wildfire’s family-style menu, accessible from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., facilities appetizers such as deviled eggs, salads, categorical courses such as spit-roasted turkey with mushroom-herb stuffing and cranberry relish, sides of honeyed potato stew and creamed spinach, and desserts including pumpkin pie, butterscotch-pecan cake and apple streusel pie. Gluten-free menu equipment will be available. Adults $49.95, kids 12 and younger $21.95, and taxation and gratuity. Reservations required.

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