Food, Drink & Thanks: A Myrtle Thanksgiving

Tue, Nov 12th, 2019

Petee’s Pies, (646) 494-3630, ORDERS@PETEESPIE.COM

This year in Myrtle Avenue, there’s lots to be thankful for – namely seasonal goodies from all of your favorite restaurants and shops! Check out our complete list full of all the fixings you need for a perfect Thanksgiving, either at home or out on the town!


THE WHOLE MEAL

Credit: Evan Sung

PUTNAM’S PUB & COOKER  |  419 Myrtle, corner of Clinton Ave
As is their tradition, this cozy neighborhood pub will be serving up a full and traditional Thanksgiving dinner (a limited regular menu will also be available). To make a reservation, call the restaurant at (347) 799-2382.

Gentleman Farmer, 378 Myrtle, corner of Clermont Ave.

GENTLEMAN FARMER  |  378 Myrtle, corner of Clermont Ave

Similar to last year, this local French restaurant will serve up a Thanksgiving dinner that will have you asking for seconds, s’il vous plaît. Call the restaurant to make a reservation or to find out more about their Thanksgiving day menu  (929) 295-0784

JIVE TURCKEY| 332 Myrtle Avenue.  
The amazing deep-fried turkeys are back just for a few days, you can pick up yours starting on November 21 at 2:00 pm. The pop-up will be at Locals (332 Myrtle Avenue)  and this year is offering 5 flavors of whole, deep-fried turkey, check the whole menu here.

Jive’s deep-fried turkey

KEY FOOD  | 492 Myrtle Avenue,  (718) 857-5579
This year Key Food is serving a “Turkey Dinner Kits”  that includes 11 lb turkey and all the fittings. They are taking orders on availability based. For ordering and pick-up information you can call at  (718) 857-5579


Mashed potatoes from Peck’s, 455A Myrtle Ave

ALL THE FIXIN’S

PECK’S  | 455A Myrtle, between Washington & Waverly Aves
The prepared foods shop has a full menu of Thanksgiving favorites to choose from (👆 including these perfect looking mashed potatoes!). Visit their Thanksgiving menu online or call the shop at (347) 689-4969 for ordering and pick-up information.


DESSERTS

Petee’s Pies, (646) 494-3630, ORDERS@PETEESPIE.COM

PETEE’S PIES  |  505 Myrtle, between Ryerson & Grand
Pumpkin, apple, pecan…those are just the start of Petee’s Thanksgiving pie menu, which includes 18 holiday pie options! You have until November 25 to place your order for whole pies online at PeteesPie.com.

BROOKLYN SWEET SPOT |  366 Myrtle Ave, between Adelphi & Clermont

Another good option for this Thanksgiving is Brooklyn Sweet Spot, a chic dessert destination in Fort Greene that offers a wide variety of cupcakes and cakes using fresh fruits and liquers. In addition to these, Brooklyn Sweet Spot offers its famous cupcake flavors along with their red velvet cheesecakes, carrot cake cheesecakes, brownie cheesecakes, pies, tarts, brownies, and “The Cookie”. Place your order by calling (718) 522-2577 or email bksweetspot@gmail.com


LIBATIONS

If you’re heading over to a Friendsgiving, don’t show up empty-handed. Luckily, most of Myrtle Avenue’s WINE & SPIRITS shops will be open even on Thanksgiving day. And to help save a few bucks, you’ll be able to find pre-pack deals on wine, too.

Gnarly Vines

TIPSY |  489 Myrtle Ave Brooklyn, NY 11205 , 347-599-1672 

The local wine shop, offers a comfortable environment to learn about and shop for quality wines and spirits in case you don’t know what to bring to your friends giving reunion. Wines are available for all price ranges from a variety of regions. They also offer a delivery service, for more info email cheers@shoptipsy.com

CORKSCREW WINES |  584 Myrtle Ave Brooklyn, NY 11205,  (718) 230-9463

Corkscrew Wines’ menu includes 11 varieties of wine, with a mix of red, white, sparkling, rose, orange and dessert wines available.

Corkscrew wines

Corkscrew wines

GNARLY VINES |  350 Myrtle Ave, between Carlton & Adelphi

From $6 to $600 per bottle, Gnarly Vines specializes in small production, handcrafted wines made by winemakers who employ sustainable and stricter agricultural methods whenever possible. Most importantly, Brian and his staff will not put wine on their shelves unless they themselves approve.


Be sure to give thanks this holiday season, and have a happy Thanksgiving!

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