Holidays are great and all, but sometimes the hustle and bustle can be a bit much. Which is why we’re recommending taking the stress out of Thanksgiving with a two-prong plan of action:
- Stop by your local Bothell marijuana shop to pick up some treats to mellow your nerves, spark your appetite, and enhance your holiday eating experience. (We have a great variety of recreational marijuana products at our Bothell weed shop, including edibles, topicals, and all the latest strains.)
- Book reservations at a restaurant.
Here’s our top three picks for Thanksgiving feasts in the Bothell area. Feel free to ask our professional attendants for recommendations on the perfect weed pairings for turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie!
Bothell’s Preservation Kitchen is offering a Thanksgiving feast. Swap a week of cleaning your house for dinner at an elegant hilltop estate, with waiters to whisk away the dirty dishes. Prices range from $46-$68, depending on your choice of entrée. Kids can eat for $15. The menu includes house-made milk rolls, cheese puffs, candied yam timbale, roasted root vegetables with crème fraiche, and baby greens with beets. The full plate entrée choices are a turkey dinner (with gratin, stuffing, haricot verts, and cranberry jam), a filet mignon and braised short rib plate, and squash and ricotta ravioli. Want to know more about Preservation Kitchen? Check out this glowing review from The Seattle Times.
Located in downtown Redmond, Matt’s Rotisserie and Oyster Lounge allows each person in your party to choose his or her Thanksgiving meal. Entrees range in price from $19-$39, and include a roasted turkey plate (replete with traditional fixings), slow-roasted prime rib, wild sockeye salmon glazed in bourbon, and rack of pork with scalloped potatoes. Naturally, pumpkin pie is also available. The upscale setting is easy on the eye, but still casual enough to make you feel at home.
Take a field trip to scenic Snoqualmie to dine at the historic Woodman Lodge. For $58, you can choose a soup or salad, a special side, a dessert, and a choice of turkey, stuffed pork loin, or prime rib. Better yet, all entrees also come with sausage fennel stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, a vegetable platter, and “endless gravy.”