Staying local for the holiday? I’ll assume you want to avoid the throngs of tourists at the Macy’s Day Parade and focus on what truly matters this season: good food. Here’s a quick rundown of quality Brooklyn restaurants serving prix fixe Thanksgiving dinners. Most are about $75, include a three-course meal and incorporate key elements of a traditional Thanksgiving meal, like turkey, cranberry sauce, or squash. There’s Maison Premiere and Meadowsweet in Williamsburg, Palo Santo in Park Slope, Beasts & Bottles in Brooklyn Heights, and Buttermilk Channel in Carroll Gardens. If you’re entertaining and the thought of trying to figure out how to defrost a turkey is sending you into a cold panic, get it catered. Naturally Delicious is taking orders till Friday morning, November 22 and is donating 5% of proceeds to CAMBA to provide meals for those in need. Morgan’s Barbecue is also catering, and while the turkey is definitely an option, I hear their smoked brisket is one for the books. I recommend making reservations as soon as possible for all of these.