Don't Feel Like Cooking? Where to Dine on Thanksgiving
Find out where you can go on Thanksgiving.
More than 14 million Americans will eat out this year on Thanksgiving, according to the Huffington Post.
A host can spend days planning the menu and purchasing ingredients, and then, when the big day comes, long hours in the kitchen. It can be a big hassle. So it makes sense why people would opt to have a restaurant do all the work for them.
If you don’t feel like cooking, entertaining guests and cleaning up the mess after, relax on turkey day by going to any of these local eateries.
Options: Turkey dinner, and a regular menu. The turkey dinner includes penne vodka as a first course, butternut squash soup or salad as a second course, turkey as a third course with stuffing and vegetables. For dessert, there will be pumpkin pie and coffee.
Time: 1 to 7 p.m.
Options: There will be a menu of 12 different options, like turkey with stuffing and yams, chicken, pasta, veal, steak, sea bass, salmon, and pork chops.
Cost: $28.95 for a full meal, appetizers to dessert.
Time: 12:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. seating
Options: Every table of four gets a turkey. There will be three carving stations: baked Virginia ham, roasted leg of lamb, and prime rib. Also, there will be 14 entrees to choose from including chicken, pasta, seafood, beef, and vegetarian options. There will be 30 different desserts.
Time: Starts at noon.
Phone number: 973-633-1910
Options: Two menu options, a regular and an a la carte. There will be turkey and regular specials.
Cost: Between $26 and $28
Time: Seating start at noon. Buffet closes at 6 p.m., and they stop taking reservations at 9 p.m.
Phone: 201-337-8990 ext. 1
Options: Regular menu and a turkey option. Turkey comes with stuffed mushrooms, mashed potatoes and string beans.
Time: Starts at 2 p.m.
Phone number: 973-832-4201