11/26: Prime Meats’ Germanic T-Day Feast

Plus the Prospect Park Turkey Trot and Mark Murphy at Iridium

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    Enjoy a teutonically-tinged Thanksgiving repast at Prime Meats.

    MEAT UP: For one day, Carroll Gardens’ fleischhaus Prime Meats surrenders its Germanic menu to all things American, serving up a fairly classic, trimmings-packed Thanksgiving feast – with a few krauty twists, like pretzel stuffing for the slow-roasted turkey. The low-lit room couldn’t be more festive (unless you order a few hot buttered rums, in which case: Way more festive). $16 per person; servings begin at 1PM. No reservations required.

    CLASS ACT: He was discovered by Sammy Davis. Jr. in 1953 at a club in Syracuse, N.Y., and since then he’s released more than 40 albums, collab’ed with everyone who’s anyone in jazz, and received one of the greatest accolades around: Ella Fitzgerald declared him her “equal”. (Not known for modesty, that one.) Mark Murphy has aged but not mellowed: He brings his verve to Iridium tonight and tomorrow. 8:30 and 10:30PM.

    RUN, FATBOY, RUN: Before you stuff your piehole with, uh, pie, get thee to Brooklyn for the Prospect Park Track Club 5M Turkey Trot. It may involve you signing up before 8:30AM at Wollman Rink, but legging five miles through the lush landscape before breakfast will give you an excuse for third helpings later. 9AM.

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