Looking for a great place to have a delicious Thanksgiving dinner without all the cleanup and work? Head on over to the Uptown neighborhood, and celebrate this year's Turkey Day at Fearing's, inside the Ritz-Carlton Dallas hotel. This elegant restaurant is led by renowned chef, Dean Fearing, who used to be the executive chef at the Mansion on Turtle Creek. Fearing's specializes in New American/Southwestern cuisine, and it puts a new spin on classic Texan Thanksgiving dishes. Please note: there will be NO bread stuffing at this Thanksgiving meal! Fearing's Restaurant — Photo courtesy of Fearing's Restaurant Facebook page
You'll start off the delicious feast by sipping on a blood orange margarita and then be swept off your feet with the first course of butternut squash soup topped with pecan-whipped cream. Your main course will, of course, feature turkey. Fearing's version is a tangerine and sage-glazed bird paired with jalapeno-tortilla dressing, green beans with country ham, thyme and sage-creamed onions, and a delicious caramelized onion, red pepper and avocado relish. Wrap up your decadent meal with a piece of classic pumpkin pie, pecan pie and/or apple pie paired with cinnamon ice cream. Reservations are definitely recommended. The dress code is dressy casual. Prices are $95 for adults and $35 for children 12 and under. This Thanksgiving meal will be offered at both lunch and dinner.