I love cooking on Thanksgiving. While it stresses me out that I might dry out the turkey, (or serve it a bit raw like this past weekend), cooking for me is one of the best parts about the holiday. But I know not everyone enjoys cooking, or has the time. I also know some people have to work on the holiday! As someone who's spend the last several years working and therefore eating where ever is open (hello Hooters), I thought I'd put together a little list on where to find an easy turkey day meal.
A few weeks ago I was invited to try out Cielo's Thanksgiving feast. They are offering two easy ways to celebrate Thanksgiving. First up, if you want to spend the day at home, they are offering a Thanksgiving to-go offer. For $295 you can feed 10 people some very tasty turkey and sides. And pie. Can't forget the pie. But don't wait, orders need to be in by Nov. 22.
Or if you don't feel like cleaning up the house and want to go out, they are offering a turkey day buffet. Now I'm pretty obsessed with Cielo's brunch buffet and this offers much of the same, plus TURKEY and risotto with pumpkin. The buffet is $89 per person.
But the Four Seasons isn't the only spot open on Thanksgiving. And no, you don't have to resort to Hooters (unless that's your thing!).
Here's a list of places open on the holiday:
Tell me, are you cooking at home or going out for Thanksgiving? And even more important, will there be pie?
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