There are quite a few restaurants in Orlando open on Thanksgiving. We understand cooking a big feast on Turkey Day is a lot of work, but fret no more. Here's a list of a few Orlando-area restaurants serving up traditional (and some non-traditional) Thanksgiving dinners on November 28th. 

Canvas Restaurant and Market

Canvas Restaurant & Market is located at the Laureate Park Village Center in the heart of Lake Nona. The 278-seat restaurant is one of Orlando's only waterfront dining destinations and serves new American cuisine influenced by Florida's Southern and Latin American roots.

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House | International Drive

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House will serve a prix fixe Thanksgiving menu, featuring elevated takes on traditional items, including herb & citrus roasted turkey, honey dijon pork tenderloin, and mashed potatoes. If you're not feeling the turkey dinner though, the full menu will be available. Don't forget the extensive wine list. 

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Enjoy a prix fixe menu at Fleming's, featuring an amuse-bouche for the table to share, a choice of soup or salad, a main course with all the trimmings and a seasonal dessert. You definitely won't leave hungry. 

Fogo de Chão

Feast, Brazilian-style! Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse is offering fire-roasted meats served tableside, turkey with au jus, Brazilian side dishes, Brazilian sausage and apple dressing, and sweet potato casserole. Children six and under are free. Ages seven to 12 are half price.

The Oceanaire Seafood Room

The Oceanaire is going traditional this Thanksgiving, serving oven-roasted turkey roulade stuffed with sage-cranberry stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry chutney, and a seasonal veggie.

Ruth's Chris Steak House

Sit down to a turkey dinner with sausage and herb stuffing, plus your choice of a starter and sides. For dessert, savor a duo of pumpkin cheesecake and vanilla ice cream. 

Taverna Opa Orlando

Maybe you're not one for tradition? Then, eat lamb, not turkey. Taverna Opa Orlando will serve a greek feast, starting at 12 p.m. Belly dancing starts at 7 p.m. Because who doesn't want to see Grandma learn to belly dance on Thanksgiving?

Tony Roma's

This restaurant known for ribs is dishing up turkey this Thanksgiving! Enjoy a special three-course menu featuring a choice of salad or soup, entrée, and dessert. It's a family-friendly place so bring the kids along for a children's' meal, including a turkey dinner and a vanilla ice cream sundae.

Thanksgiving is Nov. 28, which means it's time to book a reservation if you want to dine out at one of these Orlando restaurants for the holiday.

Explore our Thanksgiving Orlando Guide for a full list of places to eat open on Thanksgiving in Orlando as well as festival fall events. Subscribe to 407area.com to stay connected to all the things to do in Orlando all year long.  It's FREE. 

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