Central Michel Richard (Photo courtesy MoKi Media)
Thanksgiving is a few days away, and you’re staying in town! Want a terrific spot to eat dinner and watch the world go by with friends? Look no further than the excellent Central Michel Richard (1001 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, DC), which is hosting a traditional three-course Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, Nov. 23.
President Barack Obama delivers remarks before pardoning Cobbler, the 2012 National Thanksgiving Turkey, at the White House on Nov. 21, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
Happy thanksgiving from Parklife DC, friends.
We are off today, but you’ll see more music, sports, and bar chat from us tomorrow.
Meanwhile, we hope you too might pardon some turkeys in your life.
–Mickey and Jeremy
Thanksgiving for many involves travel to a relative’s house outside of the DC area for a day of food and reunions.
But for some, including myself on occasion, we remain here in town, holding down the fort. And yet we may seek a festive meal in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday or simply to slake our annual craving for too much turkey and stuffing.
Fortunately, some DC restaurants realize the need to cater to folks like us, and so they offer a Thanksgiving dinner to those who want to get out of the house on Thursday.
Here are a few quick recommendations for you to consider if you’re dining out in DC for Thanksgiving dinner: