Enjoy a post-Thanksgiving feast at 13

Restaurant 13 at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown is serving a bounteous buffet this Thanksgiving, just a few short blocks from Philadelphia’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. 
 
After enjoying the parade, one of Philadelphia’s favorite Turkey Day traditions, what better way to continue the celebration with friends and family than to head over to 13? 

13’s Chef Judson Branch has developed a mouth-watering menu featuring traditional Thanksgiving favorites and updated American classics that are sure to please. Starters will spice things up with treats such as corn and crab chowder, antipasto and Caesar salad. Roast turkey with giblet gravy will tickle taste buds alongside hand-carved glazed ham, roast beef, and pan-seared sea bass. Classic Thanksgiving items seal the deal with candied yams, garlic mashed potatoes, and decadent mac ‘n cheese. 
 
The sumptuous spread of desserts will be sure to please any sweet tooth with a range of pies – from apple to pumpkin – as well as other delicious desserts, including warm rice pudding, White Chocolate Pumpkin Cheesecake, and Sweet PotatoTartlets among other offerings. 
 
The Thanksgiving Buffet at 13 will be offered from 11am-5pm on Thursday, Nov. 26; $32.95 [adults], $16.50 [kids 10 and under]; a special holiday Family Style Dinner will be available following from 5pm-9pm, $21.95 [adults], $11 [kids 10 and under]. 
 
Mass transit from SEPTA’s Market East station and easy access from area highways means that parade-goers can enjoy the spectacle of friends and family, as well as a delicious Thanksgiving dinner, with ease. 13 is cooking up a fantastic feast for Thanksgiving to kick off the holiday season with a bang, so don’t miss out on the elegant edibles the Thanksgiving Buffet at 13 has to offer. 


Thirteen is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Thirteen is located at 1201 Market Street, inside the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. For more information, call 215-625-2900 or visit www.philadelphiamarriott.com 
 

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One response to “Enjoy a post-Thanksgiving feast at 13

  1. Wow people, it is Thanksgiving Day! I’m happy with my extra day off, and I am planning to make something fun that’ll probably involve a bike ride and seeing something new in Jasmine Estates I haven’t seen yet.
    You write new post at Thanksgiving?

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