Across the United States, Americans are gearing up for Thanksgiving. And here in New York City, The Knickerbocker’s signature restaurant Charlie Palmer at The Knick invites you to the table to celebrate Thanksgiving in New York. Keeping with the time-honored traditions of the holiday, but reflecting The Knick’s cosmopolitan style, Executive Chef Chef Christopher Engel has crafted a special menu for the occasion featuring classic flavors with a few surprises. Here, we take a look at what’s in store for this year’s Thanksgiving in New York at The Knick.
Chef Christopher and his team drew on timeless Thanksgiving recipes for this year’s menu. The Pennsylvania turkey, for example, comes with a dumpling stuffing, potato puree, cranberries and a rich gravy. And a butternut squash soup features toasted pumpkinseeds as well as crispy gruyere crackers. For dessert, diners will be able to enjoy a classic pumpkin pie a la mode with cinnamon ice cream.
One of the hallmarks of Thanksgiving is its celebration of all things homemade. And while diners may not be eating their own homemade creations, they can rest assured that Charlie Palmer at the Knick will be serving its house-made specialties.
While most diners will likely opt for the traditional turkey entree, Charlie Palmer at the Knick is also offering out-of-the-ordinary dishes. It’s bringing dishes like Icelandic cod and cheddar risotto into the Thanksgiving fold. Also out of the ordinary is the braised short-rib agnolotti served with lentil stew, and smoked King salmon. Of course, these come served alongside familiar sides like baby turnips and herbed potatoes and charred Brussel sprouts. See the full Thanksgiving menu here.
Make Thanksgiving in New York a new tradition this year at The Knickerbocker. For Thanksgiving reservations click here or call 212-204-4983. We also invite you to extend your holiday celebrating with an overnight stay, click here to reserve.