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International Smoke’s Michael Mina and Ayesha Curry understand that sometimes you need a Thanksgiving buffet without doing all the work that comes with cooking a Thanksgiving buffet. Dine-in at the restaurant to enjoy a huge spread of all of the classics and sweets, including roasted cauliflower with tahini, cedar-smoked salmon, Wagyu prime rib with smoked beef jus, and horseradish cream, smoked turkey with cranberry and truffle gravy, apple cobbler, pumpkin it’s-its, pecan pie, and a special menu of kids bites including chicken tenders, mini “rib-wiches,” and macaroni and cheese. If you prefer to dine at home, you can also get a feast that includes butternut squash soup, truffle Caesar salad, smoked turkey breast with truffle gravy, asiago stuffed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, and apple crumble pie for dessert.
How to reserve: The buffet is $89 per person and $39 for kids 12 and younger. Make your reservation for 11 am to 6 pm on the restaurant’s website.
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Steph Curry may dominate on the court, but it’s his wife Ayesha Curry who’s a baller in the kitchen. Her collab with Michael Mina is inspired by their global travels, so be prepared for international twists on barbecue staples. Order your ribs cooked in one of four styles: St. Louis, American barbecue, Korean sesame-gochujang, or Mexican chipotle. There are a few new post-pandemic items on the menu and we could tell you about the whole roasted cauliflower, but why would we do that when we could tell you about the Peking pork belly bao buns instead? Exactly.
How to enjoy: Open for indoor dining from 5 pm to 9 pm, Sunday through Thursday, and 5 pm to 10 pm, Friday and Saturday. Make a reservation here. You can also order for takeout and delivery via BBot from 11 am to 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm to 9 pm, seven days a week.