Thanksgiving Dinner

Posted on Oct 28, 2013

This year, give thanks that someone else can cook the bird for you (and do the dishes) and join us for Thanksgiving Dinner.

Thursday, November 28th

2:00 PM – 7:00 PM

$50/person (not including tax or gratuity)

Reservations: 916.492.4450

First Course

Smoked Passmore Ranch Trout

heirloom beets / pickled shallots / endive / horseradish

Del Rio Farms Autumn Squash Bisque

bacon / apple / celery / sour cream

Little Gem Salad

tart green apples / radish / garlic croutons / shaft’s blue dressing

Second Course

Roasted Branigan’s Turkey

sausage stuffing / sweet potato gratin / brussels sprouts

heirloom carrots / cranberry chutney / pan jus

Dry Aged Rib of Beef “Yorkshire Pudding”

whipped potatoes / roasted vegetable ragout / cipollini demi

Mushroom Wellington

savoy spinach / roasted vegetables / whipped potatoes


Sweet Potato Pecan Pie

spiced chantilly

Pumpkin Beignets

spiced chocolate / dulce de leche / pepitas

Pear & Almond Tart

cinnamon ice-cream


non-alcoholic beverage included

(choice of one selection from each course)



  1. Kenneth Wilcox
    November 1, 2013

    I’m interested in the Thanksgiving dinner. My wife is vegan. In our past visits to the Grange, we have been able to get vegan dinners. Will the chef be able to accommodate vegans for the Thanksgiving dinner? Thanks.

  2. Lori Estipular
    November 4, 2013

    We are a family of four. When we have gone out in the past for Thanksgiving dinner, we order 3 dinners and the 4th person shares the meals as we find we cannot all eat all of the food ordered.

    Would four of us be able to come to your dinner and order 3 dinners to split among us? Would we pay to share one dinner?

    Thank you. Happy Thanksgiving.

  3. Jason M.
    November 9, 2013

    Because we will be in the final stages of moving, I’m considering hosting my parents here instead of making a trip to see them. Also because of the move, cooking is out of the question. Unfortunately it appears that all of your carb options contain milk, cream or cheese. My mother is lactose-intolerant and has a medical condition that requires her to have carbs with every meal. I am also lactose-intolerant and am generally unhappy with carb-less meals. Is there any way we could get milk-free carbs or is the menu completely fixed?