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Thanksgiving dinner at Bullard Tavern.
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Where to Eat on Thanksgiving Day in Portland

From a la carte meals to elegant prix fixe dinners, here are the places that still have available seats for 2022’s Turkey Day

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Thanksgiving dinner at Bullard Tavern.
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Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and Portland area restaurants and bars are preparing their turkeys and celebratory meals for the holiday. The Portland area sits on unceded land of the Multnomah, Wasco, Cowlitz, Kathlamet, Clackamas, Bands of Chinook, Tualatin, Kalapuya, and Molalla tribes, among others, and many Portland area restaurants will serve dishes eaten in this area for centuries — things like salmon and native caneberries. This map is dedicated to the best Thanksgiving Day restaurants in neighborhoods all across Portland. Reservations tend to go quickly (Huber’s, Urban Farmer, and Clarklewis are already booked), so it’s best to make them early.

Note: Health experts consider dining out to be a high-risk activity for the unvaccinated; it may pose a risk for the vaccinated, especially in areas with substantial COVID transmission. The latest CDC guidance is here; find a COVID-19 vaccination site here.

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Campana

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Woodlawn Italian restaurant Campana will host a pre-set four-course meal: chicory salad with maple vinaigrette and hazelnuts alongside an autumn vegetable soup with tomato, lentils, and Parmigiano; tortelli di zucca with sage, brown butter, and amaretti; roasted and braised turkey with traditional gravy, cranberry sauce, chanterelle stuffing, glazed autumn vegetables, and Piemontese potatoes; and an apple tart with cinnamon gelato. Reservations between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. can be made via Tock. Tickets are $80 per person, plus a 20 percent service fee and 3 percent health and wellness fee, with a maximum party size of four.

Metropolitan Tavern

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Hotel Eastlund’s Metropolitan Tavern will serve a four-course dinner from noon to 8 p.m., including baked brie with cranberry relish, harvest salad with delicata squash and candied walnuts, polenta cakes with mushroom gravy, garlic herb roasted turkey, rosemary brioche stuffing, and sweet yams with charred marshmallow cream. Reservations are available via OpenTable.

Pearl District standby Brix Tavern will host a four-course meal from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. The menu includes brie with apple-hazelnut relish; prime rib with horseradish sauce and mushroom demi-glace; fall vegetable Wellington with forest mushroom and cognac cream; garlic and basil mashed Yukon gold potatoes; and pecan pie with maple-coriander whipped cream, as well as themed cocktails like “The Last Turkey” and a smoked maple Old Fashioned. Reservations are available via OpenTable.

Seasoned Portland restaurateur Bruce Carey’s 23Hoyt at the corner of, well, take a guess, is dripping with holiday atmosphere. Unlike Carey’s other classic spot, Clarklewis, which is all booked up for Thanksgiving, 23Hoyt still has reservations available from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. via OpenTable. The menu costs $55 for adults and $20 for kids, and includes plancha-seared Oregon Coho salmon with grapefruit beurre blanc; potato and sofrito gratin; cornbread, chestnut, and linguica stuffing; gin and lemon braised fresh cranberries; and ginger beer pound cake with citrus glaze.

Jake's Famous Crawfish

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This old-school Portland standby will be open on the 24th, with its full menu of seafood dishes — think: Bouillabaisse, crab-and-shrimp-stuffed salmon, and prawn cocktail. The restaurant will also have a turkey dinner available that day. Make reservations via the website.

Abigail Hall

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Abigail Hall, the Woodlark Hotel’s blush-hued cocktail lounge which shares a kitchen with Bullard Tavern, will offer the same Thanksgiving items as Bullard, including a smoked turkey meal and a bourbon pecan pie. Abigail Hall’s beverage menu will also be on offer, with specialty cocktails like the tahini-washed Japanese whisky Old Fashioned with koji. Reservations are available via Tock.

Bullard Tavern

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Bullard Tavern, the Woodlark Hotel’s Texas-inspired grill, will incorporate a la carte Thanksgiving favorites into its dinner menu on Thursday the 24th, including smoked turkey; mashed potatoes and gravy; Brussels sprouts with bacon jam; cornbread stuffing; delicata squash with whipped goat cheese, maple, walnuts, and sage; and pumpkin pie with caramel sauce. Reservations are available via Tock.

King Tide Fish & Shell

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King Tide Fish & Shell, the stylish and comfortable restaurant on the waterfront, will offer a prix fixe holiday menu for $65 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Dishes include Brussels sprouts with bacon, basil, and aged balsamic; Chinook salmon with creamy farro, squash, and roasted peppers agrodolce; Walla Walla onion ravioli with escarole; and a pumpkin bread pudding with whisky caramel and pecan. Reservations are recommended either via Opentable or by calling in.

The wood-floored dining room at King Tide, with a view of the river.
The dining room at King Tide Fish & Shell.
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The cocktail bar and restaurant within the Kex hotel in Portland will be open on Thanksgiving, for those seeking a spot for sherry-spiked eggnog, oysters on the half shell, and steak frites. The bar will be open from 3 p.m. to midnight, as well, for those seeking a nightcap following a dinner elsewhere.

Campana

Woodlawn Italian restaurant Campana will host a pre-set four-course meal: chicory salad with maple vinaigrette and hazelnuts alongside an autumn vegetable soup with tomato, lentils, and Parmigiano; tortelli di zucca with sage, brown butter, and amaretti; roasted and braised turkey with traditional gravy, cranberry sauce, chanterelle stuffing, glazed autumn vegetables, and Piemontese potatoes; and an apple tart with cinnamon gelato. Reservations between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. can be made via Tock. Tickets are $80 per person, plus a 20 percent service fee and 3 percent health and wellness fee, with a maximum party size of four.

Metropolitan Tavern

Hotel Eastlund’s Metropolitan Tavern will serve a four-course dinner from noon to 8 p.m., including baked brie with cranberry relish, harvest salad with delicata squash and candied walnuts, polenta cakes with mushroom gravy, garlic herb roasted turkey, rosemary brioche stuffing, and sweet yams with charred marshmallow cream. Reservations are available via OpenTable.

Brix

Pearl District standby Brix Tavern will host a four-course meal from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. The menu includes brie with apple-hazelnut relish; prime rib with horseradish sauce and mushroom demi-glace; fall vegetable Wellington with forest mushroom and cognac cream; garlic and basil mashed Yukon gold potatoes; and pecan pie with maple-coriander whipped cream, as well as themed cocktails like “The Last Turkey” and a smoked maple Old Fashioned. Reservations are available via OpenTable.

23Hoyt

Seasoned Portland restaurateur Bruce Carey’s 23Hoyt at the corner of, well, take a guess, is dripping with holiday atmosphere. Unlike Carey’s other classic spot, Clarklewis, which is all booked up for Thanksgiving, 23Hoyt still has reservations available from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. via OpenTable. The menu costs $55 for adults and $20 for kids, and includes plancha-seared Oregon Coho salmon with grapefruit beurre blanc; potato and sofrito gratin; cornbread, chestnut, and linguica stuffing; gin and lemon braised fresh cranberries; and ginger beer pound cake with citrus glaze.

Jake's Famous Crawfish

This old-school Portland standby will be open on the 24th, with its full menu of seafood dishes — think: Bouillabaisse, crab-and-shrimp-stuffed salmon, and prawn cocktail. The restaurant will also have a turkey dinner available that day. Make reservations via the website.

Abigail Hall

Abigail Hall, the Woodlark Hotel’s blush-hued cocktail lounge which shares a kitchen with Bullard Tavern, will offer the same Thanksgiving items as Bullard, including a smoked turkey meal and a bourbon pecan pie. Abigail Hall’s beverage menu will also be on offer, with specialty cocktails like the tahini-washed Japanese whisky Old Fashioned with koji. Reservations are available via Tock.

Bullard Tavern

Bullard Tavern, the Woodlark Hotel’s Texas-inspired grill, will incorporate a la carte Thanksgiving favorites into its dinner menu on Thursday the 24th, including smoked turkey; mashed potatoes and gravy; Brussels sprouts with bacon jam; cornbread stuffing; delicata squash with whipped goat cheese, maple, walnuts, and sage; and pumpkin pie with caramel sauce. Reservations are available via Tock.

King Tide Fish & Shell

King Tide Fish & Shell, the stylish and comfortable restaurant on the waterfront, will offer a prix fixe holiday menu for $65 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Dishes include Brussels sprouts with bacon, basil, and aged balsamic; Chinook salmon with creamy farro, squash, and roasted peppers agrodolce; Walla Walla onion ravioli with escarole; and a pumpkin bread pudding with whisky caramel and pecan. Reservations are recommended either via Opentable or by calling in.

The wood-floored dining room at King Tide, with a view of the river.
The dining room at King Tide Fish & Shell.
Dina Avila

Pacific Standard

The cocktail bar and restaurant within the Kex hotel in Portland will be open on Thanksgiving, for those seeking a spot for sherry-spiked eggnog, oysters on the half shell, and steak frites. The bar will be open from 3 p.m. to midnight, as well, for those seeking a nightcap following a dinner elsewhere.

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