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Thanksgiving out in Manhattan?

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ruth Nov 6, 1998 07:21 AM

I know Sevilla's is open, but where else can I take my
Mom for Thanksgiving dinner? It doesn't have to be
turkey (but no Asia/Indian food) and not outrageously
expensive. Oh, please don't suggest Ye Waverly
Inn. help!

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    Pete Feliz Nov 8, 1998 05:06 PM

    I've heard of a restaurant that serves family style American. MAIN STREET, I think is the name, on Columbus Ave in the 80's. Check to see if SYLVIA'S @ 126th is open on Thanksgiving. Or Copeland's on 145th. Zarela's, if it's open might be an idea (Mexican, but it may be too expensive).
    Too bad you ruled out Chinese. Last year we had Dim Sum in Chinatown on Thanksgiving. It was a blast.

    Pete

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      Dave Feldman Nov 8, 1998 10:49 PM

      Main Street is no longer with us, I'm afraid.

      DF

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        Amy Tarshis Nov 9, 1998 10:09 AM

        Some Thanksgiving choices...American Park, Zoe OR a
        simple place called Country Cafe in Soho

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