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Where To Dine on Thanksgiving in the East Hampton Area

From Sag Harbor to Montauk, there are several choices and price points to pick from for Thanksgiving dinner out.

c/o The Maidstone
c/o The Maidstone

Want to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner without having to do any dishes afterward? Consider one of these restaurants in East Hampton Town. Reservations are recommended for all. Know of another restaurant that is serving a Thanksgiving feast? Leave us a note in the comments below.

• The American Hotel in Sag Harbor is serving a modified à la carte menu that includes complimentary non alcohol beverages. Price: $75, $35 for children.

• The Living Room at c/o The Maidstone on Main Street in East Hampton will be serving up a Thanksgiving feast in the form of a four-course menu on Thanksgiving from 1 to 7:30 p.m. The menu includes roasted pumpkin soup, open lasagna with forest mushrooms and chive veloute, and traditional heritage turkey with classic condiments, among several other choices. For dessert there's a choice of classic pumpkin pie with whipped cinnamon crème, chocolate tarte with hot raspberries, apple pie with candied hazelnuts and vanilla crème, and sticky toffee date cake. Price: $87 per person, plus tax and gratuity; 50 percent off for kids 12 and under.

Gurney's Sea Grille Restaurant at Gurney's Inn in Montauk will offer dinner from 1 to 9 p.m. Choice of appetizer includes a winter kale salad, pumkin soup, and pumpkin ravioli. Entrees include herb roasted Tom Turkey, roasted duckling, stuffed swordfish and grilled polenta and vegetable medley. There will be a "heavenly dessert table," and Starbucks Espresso and Cappuccino. Price: Depends on entree — ranges from $30 to $38 per person, plus certain surcharges. "Little Pilgrims" eat for $20. 

•  Michaels’ Maidstone Bar & Restaurant on Maidstone Park Road in Springs will serve from noon to 9 p.m. Appetizers include Pan Seared Day Boat Sea Scallops, Asian Style Baby Back Ribs, and Polenta Lasagna. Dinner options include Roasted Maple Glazed Natural Organic Turkey, Seafood Bouillabaisse, and Wood Roasted Long Island Duckling. On the dessert menu, some options are Praline Pumpkin Cognac Cheese Cake and Bourbon Street Pecan Tort. Call for prices.

Race Lane in East Hampton Village is serving from 4 to 7 p.m. Diners will enjoy roasted pumpkin soup, herb roasted turkey, stuffed loin of pork, Montauk Bay scallops, cranberry jam, and pumpkin mascarpone pie, among other items. Price: $54 per person

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