Thanksgiving at Ritz-Carlton Chicago’s Deca Restaurant?

This Thanksgiving, families can enjoy a “feast without fuss” at the new deca RESTAURANT + BAR inside The Ritz-Carlton Chicago (A Four Seasons Hotel), where a kids activity room supervised by licensed babysitters allows everyone in the family to enjoy the holiday brunch.

Thanksgiving Brunch features traditional holiday favourites such as brined and roasted tom turkey with giblet gravy, and pomegranate cranberry chutney; Thanksgiving stuffing; candied sweet potatoes with homemade marshmallow crust; as well as seasonal items with a creative twist like roasted root vegetables with dried currants and fried sage; braised brussel sprouts ppith chestnuts; and pumpkin soup with spiced pepitas and nutmeg cream.

In addition, a fresh seafood station, sushi and sashimi, salads, antipasti, cheeses and desserts such as pumpkin, apple and pecan pies and praline cheesecake complete the festive display around The Ritz-Carlton’s iconic fountain.

While adults will enjoy the festive sounds of a jazz trio, children are welcome in a fun activity centre in the Trianon Room, featuring Nintendo Wii playing, board games, and arts and crafts under the watchful eyes of licensed babysitters. Children must be at least 18 months.

Brunch is USD 105.00 per person and USD 40.00 for children ages 5-12, excluding tax and gratuity. Seatings begin at 11:00 am with the last seating at 4:00 pm. The children’s activity centre is available from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Following brunch, deca RESTAURANT offers a three-course prix fixe Thanksgiving Dinner from 5:00 to 11:00 pm on November 25, featuring a choice of pumpkin soup or fall vegetable and fruit salad; butter-basted turkey with apple thyme dressing; brussel sprouts with chestnuts; and pumpkin pie with vanilla whipped cream and cinnamon crème anglaise for dessert. Cost is USD 45.00 per person, excluding tax and gratuity.

Reservations for Thanksgiving brunch and dinner recommended at: http://www.decarestaurant.com/




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