Thanksgiving Day Brunch, Buffet and Dinner Specials in the Twin Cities: Reserve Early

November 6, 2011 — Leave a comment

Many menus will likely feature pecan and pumpkin pie.

If you are seeking a restaurant for a dining out experience on Thanksgiving Day, it is wise to do so soon to make sure that you can get a reservation at the restaurant of your choice for the time that works out best for you.

Reservations book up early for that date but with OpenTable you can easily check a variety of restaurants and time slots to find something that will work for everyone concerned and that will accommodate your size party.

Chefs will be cooking up traditional Thanksgiving Day foods as well as innovative dishes to introduce you to some potential new traditions for Turkey Day.  Right now there are reservations open for buffet, brunch and dinner menus.

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R.C. enjoyed professional careers as an elementary school teacher, a Director of Personnel at a large foundation, and an acting Cashier/Vice President of a community bank. As a full-time writer for the internet with almost 2,000 published articles, R.C. has been a contributor for online content sites such as Yahoo! Contributor Network since 10/09.

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