Thanksgiving is a time for friends, family, and feasting, preferably without the fuss of actually cooking. 

Coming to the rescue of gourmands who'd rather dine than do the dishes is 3800 Ocean at the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa. Its lavish holiday menu draws inspiration from around the world while using local ingredients in dishes that will have everyone asking for seconds.

Known as "A Thankful Feast," the Thanksgiving Day meal highlights why locals, critics, and travelers alike consider 3800 Ocean among the greatest Singer Island restaurants. Chef Larry LaValley's commitment to incorporating ingredients from his own backyard appears throughout the holiday menu with options like Colossal Shrimp Cocktail and Yellowfin Tuna Tartar making an appearance. 

The global touches lend a cosmopolitan air to the American holiday. Guests, for example, can order Grilled Chicken and Orechiette with sundried tomato-pesto cream sauce, Sous Vide Turkey Breast with Sage-and-Brioche Bread Pudding, or a good, old-fashioned Grilled Filet of Beef Tenderloin.

Executive Pastry Chef Deana Lezcano's holiday creations, which include Frozen Pumpkin Soufflé, Fuji Apple Tart and Chocolate Bavarian Pie, among others, inspire thanks all by themselves.

As guests tuck into their exceptional Thanksgiving feasts, they can indulge in the restaurant's other showpiece: the view. With a location in one of Palm Beach's premier oceanfront hotels, the restaurant affords panoramic views of the brilliant blue waves that have made the area famous.

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