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Perilla
9 Jones St., at W. 4th; 212-929-6868 Three courses, $75
Guests can join chef Harold Dieterle (Top Chef’s inaugural winner) for traditional dishes such as brown-butter sweet-potato soup, roasted local turkey with chestnut stuffing, braised ginger-sassafras short ribs, spiced orange and purple yams, and pumpkin-chestnut bread pudding. Seating runs from 2 to 9 p.m.

Prune
54 E. 1st St., nr. First Ave., 212-677-6221
Three courses, $95

The East Village restaurant will be serving a mix of goods on Turkey Day, beginning with a glass of salted tomato juice and a cheese board. There will also be an oyster pan roast, capon (instead of turkey), and a slew of savory sides from Brussels sprouts to stewed chestnuts with fresh ricotta.

Sauce
78-84 Rivington St., nr. Allen St.; 212-420-7700
Four courses, $49.95

This LES restaurant is putting an Italian spin on its Thanksgiving menu. It will feature two choices per course, including fall parmigiano salad, braised short rib tortelloni in brown butter, turkey Oklahoma with all of the fixin's, and homemade pumpkin pie for dessert.

Tocqueville Restaurant
1 E. 15th St., at Fifth Ave., 212-647-1515
Three courses, $95, children 10 and under, $48

Chef Jason Lawless is taking Turkey Day to the next level. Each course has a array of selections to choose from, including a caramelized chestnut and pumpkin soup, lobster bisque, smoked rack of pork, and the classic turkey stuffed with chestnut-sage dressing. Be sure to save room for dessert: the Thanksgiving Sundae, composed of pumpkin, Thanksgiving spice, and maple ice creams drizzled in hot fudge, caramel sauce, and whipped cream, is a creation to dream about.

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Piquant
259 Flatbush Ave., nr. Bergen St.; 718-484-4114
Celebrate Thanksgiving with a southwestern kick. From 2 p.m. to midnight, Piquant will be serving braised-turkey tacos topped with pickled butternut squash and jalapeños, and butternut squash and red curry soup with foie gras croutons.

Prime Meats
465 Court St., at Luquer St.; 718-254-0327
Three courses, $45

Get cozy at Prime Meats to give thanks. Start off with a bowl of heirloom-squash soup, then choose between a turkey breast or leg served with pretzel dumpling stuffing. Other highlights include candied sweet potatoes, roasted turnips, and Brussels sprouts topped with cranberry sauce. Finally, enjoy a slice of apple cake or pumpkin pie. Serving from noon to midnight.

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Sarabeth’s
339 Greenwich St., 423 Amsterdam Ave., 1295 Madison Ave., 40 Central Park South
Three courses, $60; Children under 12, $35

The brunch favorite will be temporarily transitioning into a Thanksgiving dining haven. Choose from a classic turkey plate, filet mignon, or seared scallops. For dessert, grab a slice of Sarabeth’s famous pumpkin, apple, or pecan pies topped with vanilla ice cream. Serving from 1 to 9 p.m.


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