All the pies: Momofuku Ko is offering a duo, one savory, one sweet.
All the pies: Momofuku Ko is offering a duo, one savory, one sweet.

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The Resy Guide to Thanksgiving in New York

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We’re certainly facing a Thanksgiving like no other. With many travel plans in disarray, and plenty else to stress you out — maybe, just maybe, 2020 is the year to let your favorite restaurant do the work.

And New York’s restaurateurs have your back, with an abundance of takeout, both full dinners and à la carte options, as well as choices for dining on site. If you need a silver lining for this year’s holiday season, how about enjoying a full Thanksgiving spread al fresco, on one of the patios that have become the city’s new dining fixtures?

We’ve put together a cross-section of some of the best options. But also keep an eye on Resy’s new Events listings, where you can always find the latest special offerings from restaurants — for the holidays, or anytime. And however you’re spending the holidays, we’ve got plenty of inspiration, including chefs’ recipes, wine advice, and more.

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