· Biltmore Hotel
The Biltmore does a holiday version of its Champagne brunch (now with roasted turkey and corn bread stuffing!), from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. on both November 25 and 28. $85 for adults cost $85, $37.50 for kids. French restaurant Palme d’Or is also serving a four-course Thanksgiving Day feast from 6 p.m. Adults, $85.
· The Setai
Another famous brunch goes holidays: The Setai Restaurant’s Jazz Brunch, from 11:30 a.m., with unlimited Taittinger Champagne and Bloody Marys. At night, guests can choose from a 4-course Asian Thanksgiving dinner (with Tandoori Turkey Tikka) or the classic American style. Both meals $85 for adults.
· Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove
Bizcaya is putting on an impressive Thanksgiving Brunch spread between 12–9 p.m., starring turkey and brown sugar molasses baked ham. It’s $69 for adults and $36 for kids. But if you’d prefer to eat a Ritz-Carlton-chef meal at home, order the Turkey To Go by November 23 and pick up your traditional 4-course feast that serves 6-8 at the hotel on November 25. It’s $105 plus tax and gratuity.
· The Raleigh
Stay three nights at this South Beach classic this Thanksgiving and kids stay and eat free. The deal also includes one night free, complimentary parking, and a $50 Black Friday shopping credit at Intramix boutique (with a minimum $300 purchase). Rates start at $275 a night (inclusive of the third night free.)
· One Bal Harbour Resort and Spa
Another all day Thanksgiving brunch in a spectacular setting, this one is from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and includes pancakes, omelets, a carving station with all holiday fixings, seafood, sushi and, of course, pumpkin and pecan pie. Adults $75, kids $35. Add $20 per person for unlimited mimosas.
· JW Marriott Marquis
This one’s a foodie’s holiday dream: the Thanksgiving menu at the brand new db Bistro Moderne includes a terrine of venison and foie gras, speck ham crusted black cod, and of course, turkey—in smoked bacon. The 3-course meal is $65.