A delicious Thanksgiving meal comes in all shapes and forms in Little Rock. Whatever your plans are, there’s an option for you! If you’re not doing a traditional dinner at home with the folks or if you’re looking for something after we’ve got you covered.
This list doesn’t represent every option open on Turkey Day in the Rock, just our favorite options With it being the holiday, we highly recommend calling ahead.
The Pizzeria: The Pizzeria will be opening at 6pm on Turkey Day for your after holiday libations. They’ll be making pizzas if you had an early Thanksgiving dinner. Call ahead at 501-551-1388 or message them on Facebook.
The Flying Saucer: After spending all day with the family it may be time for a cold brew, or maybe you want to show your relatives around the Rivermarket. Opening at 5pm expect some special pumpkin and holiday brew specials.
Taj Mahal Indian Kitchen: Not your traditional Thanksgiving dinner, this Halal Indian eatery will be serving a lunch buffet and a special dinner buffet from 11am-3pm and again from 5pm-10pm. Call ahead, especially for large groups, 501-520-4900.
Mr. Chen’s: If you’re still on the fence about going non-traditional, not only will Mr. Chen’s be serving their normal menu, but they’ll be serving hot pies for dessert to give you a taste of the holidays. No reservations required.
YaYa’s Euro Bistro: Get in the holiday spirit before you head to the family Thanksgiving at YaYa’s. Known for brunch, they’re taking it up a seasonal notch by adding in holiday classics to their menu. Call immediately, spots are already filling up, 501-821-1144.
Arthur’s Prime Steakhouse: Little Rock’s celebrated steakhouse will be offering a premium holiday buffet from 10:30am-2:30pm. Cost is $43 for adults. Call immediately as spots are already filling up, 501-821-1838.
The Capital Bar & Grill: From 11am-3pm, the Capital will be offering two options for Thanksgiving meals. A traditional Thanksgiving. Adults $95 or $135 with wine pairing. Youth will be $35, and children five and under will be free. For brunch on the Mezzanine, adults will be $58, youth $25, and children five and under will be free.
Heritage Grille (Downtown Marriott): Heritage Grille will be open for lunch and dinner on Thanksgiving for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner service. Price is $30 for adults/$15 for kids. They also have to go options available if you want to take it home. More info here.
Crowne Plaza: Thanksgiving brunch with traditional options that runs from 11-1:30. The price is $32 for adults, $18 for kids. Full menu here.
Pinnacle Valley Restaurant: Dine in service runs from 11am-2pm. They will also allow to go orders from 9am-2pm.