2022 Best Thanksgiving Restaurants in Baltimore Area

Dining Out for Thanksgiving in Baltimore

If laboring in the kitchen all day doesn't sound like your idea of a holiday, leave it to the professionals to prepare your Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, November 24, 2022.

For an all-American feast of turkey and all the trimmings, visit these Best Thanksgiving Restaurants in Baltimore. And best of all? No dishes to wash.

> Check out GAYOT's:
- Best Thanksgiving Restaurants in other cities
- The 13 Best Wines for Thanksgiving Dinner in 2022 by GAYOT's Wine & Spirits Editor
- Thanksgiving Planner for recipes & cocktails to make at home and healthy tips.

 
The Capital Grille
13/20
The Inner Harbor outpost of the deluxe steakhouse chain also offers seafood and 400 wines. See More

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Southern, Contemporary, Small Plates
Charleston
16/20
Chef Cindy Wolf's daily menu corrals the best of the season into a series of unforgettable dishes, all graciously served in elegant surroundings. See More
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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks
13/20
A selection of fresh seafood that changes daily is the stock-in-trade of this waterfront restaurant, one of a nationwide chain. See More

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Morton's The Steakhouse
13/20
A platter of Midwestern corn-fed beef, a parcel of crisp-tender asparagus, a dessert soufflé for two, a notable wine list --- what more could a body want? See More

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Rusty Scupper
12/20
A water view and a seafood-heavy menu with international flourishes are the draws at this Inner Harbor mainstay. See More

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Ruth's Chris Steak House
13/20
Dark wood paneling, crisp linens and handsome platters of sizzling U.S. Prime beef are just a few of the lures this suburban steakhouse uses to attract a lively crowd. See More

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Lemon Grove in Hollywood, CA
HOLLYWOOD DINING WITH A VIEW | GAYOT.com

Chef Marcel Vigneron's food and Hollywood skyline views make Lemon Grove a dining destination for LA locals and tourists alike. Read GAYOT's article.