Where to find Thanksgiving dinner in Portland

We rounded up some spots that are still accepting reservations.

A turkey dinner spread out on a table in front of a fire in a fireplace.

Pass the dairy-free pumpkin pie with coconut whip, please.

Want to celebrate the day of giving thanks, but don’t want to cook a full feast this year? No need to quit cold turkey — we’ve got you covered with where to find Thanksgiving dinner.

Andina, 1314 NW Glisan St.
A few seatings are still available for a five-course feast with Peruvian flair for $105 per person.

Campana, 901 NE Oneonta St.
The Woodlawn neighborhood restaurant will serve an Italian-inspired, three-course feast for $80 per person.

Grand Amari, 509 SE Grand Ave.
You won’t find turkey or cranberry sauce on the holiday menu, but if antipasti, salad, your choice of braised veal or mushrooms, and polenta sound good, then this is a winner. $65 per person.

Lovely Rita at The Hoxton, 15 NW Fourth Ave.
Partake in a family-style dinner à la carte ($65/person) or splurge on a $400 package that includes a two-night stay at the hotel and Thanksgiving dinner for two.

Toki Restaurant, 580 SW 12th Ave.
Each $65 traditional Thanksgiving dinner has a Korean twist, with sides like kimchee creamed kale.

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