Thanksgiving dinner!

Thanksgiving dinner for the culinary-impaired
by Andrew Tom
Washington Square News, N.Y.U. Press
November 23, 2009

Food is one of my passions, and I dine out constantly. If you're like me and cannot cook, and are staying in the city for Thanksgiving break, fret not about your dismal culinary condition — go to a restaurant.

Sacred Chow
227 Sullivan St.

Sacred Chow is known for delicious vegan tapas, and is an ideal choice for both its food and its proximity to campus. Whether you're looking for takeout or a table, Sacred Chow will work with you to plan your Thanksgiving accordingly. And it's kosher certified too!
Sacred Chow's $45 traditional Thanksgiving prix fixe menu includes: one soup, two prix fixe sides, one main course, one dessert, one hot beverage, and a choice of wine or cider (most dishes are gluten-free). The menu is highly seasonal, playing off such Thanksgiving favorites as potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie, all of which supplement the obvious stars/proteins of the show: tempeh & seitan.

Honorable Mentions:
Momofuku Ssam Bar: $350 Bo Ssam menu, serves eight (207 Second Ave.)
DBGB Kitchen & Bar: $48 for three courses (299 Bowery)
Inside Park at St. Bart's: $45 for three courses (109 E. 50th St.)
Blue Fin: $42 for three courses (1567 Broadway)
Andrew Tom is a contributing writer.
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