If you’re not up for cooking a Thanksgiving dinner this year, the Capital Bar and Grill in the Capital Hotel
will take you, no reservations needed. The grill is serving a three-course Thanksgiving meal of soup (roasted sweet potato with orange and sage) or fall
green salad (with green apples and roasted squash); a sorghum-roasted turkey breast with cranberries and pumpkin pie with maple-syrup-whipped cream. That will set you back $38. The grill will be open from 11 a.m. to
For a bit more money, and with a reservation, you can dine at the hotel's fancy One Eleven restaurant between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. ($95 or $135 with wine pairings, youths $35), or at a buffet on the mezzanine ($
$58, youths $25).
Across the street, at the Marriott, the Heritage Grille
will be open for lunch (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and dinner (5 p.m. to 10 p.m.) and serve a traditional Thanksgiving menu, $30 ($15 children). Reserve at 399-8000.
, the restaurant in Bentonville’s luxe 21c Museum Hotel, will serve a four-course dinner on Thanksgiving, with three entree options: A house-made campanelle
with butternut squash and rosemary, swordfish with Brussel sprouts and shell beans or Falling Sky smoked turkey with cornbread stuffing and whipped potatoes. Other first-, second- and fourth-course options include (but are not limited to) pumpkin agnolotti, wild mushroom tarte
, sweet potato biscuits with smoked pork belly, sweet potato custard with sorghum whipped cream and pecan pie. That will run you between $45 and $54. Call 479-286-6575 to reserve.
Or just get comfortable and go to the Flying Saucer, which will be open from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Thanksgiving; or the Pizzeria, which will be open at 6 p.m.