Trotter’s To Go has created a movable feast for your Thanksgiving needs—five courses, with fixings like caviar, pumpkin almond soup and citrus-infused cranberry sauce. And for the pièce de résistance, you’ll choose between a whole roasted Amish turkey or an Australian grass-fed beef tenderloin. Traditionally, it’s carver’s call.
Things to do for November 18, 2010
Duck Fat Chips, Late-Night Jazz and Pre-Leftover Leftovers
Congratulations, the weekend gave you three stars.
Grand Opening Bash at Three Aces
Free martinis and pizza. Two surefire ways to make quick friends. So by the time the duck fat chips and pork fried nuts are passed around, you and Three Aces should be certified homies.
One-Third Off Everything at Haberdash
Now that fall’s style trends have been firmly established (sadly, bearskin underwear didn’t make the cut), Haberdash is taking one-third off its entire inventory of seasonally appropriate sweaters, suits and coats this weekend. Score another one for procrastination.
All-You-Can-Eat Meat at Fulton’s
You’ve made enough decisions today (good call on the tie, by the way). So for dinner, no more choosing. Have one of everything at Fulton’s: short rib sandwiches, tenderloin sliders, steak chili... They’ll even throw in a couple of beers—because pairing wine to chili isn’t easy.
New Late-Night Jazzing at Elate
It’s late. You’re hungry. And you just met someone who would love to hear more about your encyclopedic knowledge of Miles Davis. You find yourself at Elate, snacking on Spanish cheeses, tapping your toes to the Tony Morrison Trio. Or someone’s toes, at least.
BYOB Pre-Thanksgiving at Brand BBQ
This time next week, you’ll be carving your weight in white meat. So you should start on leftovers early at this fixed-course feast, where a sage-stuffing stuffed burger topped with smoked turkey, cranberry relish and bacon gravy is the star. No knife-sharpening required.