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paprgrrl Nov 5, 2007 12:10 PM

Hi!

I am looking for places to go on Thanksgiving Day in Sacramento. I'm trying to think ahead because I want to make reservations.

I am either looking for a traditional thanksgiving dinner or am open to something ethnic and delicious. Whichever is culiary superior!

I am new to the area, so any information will be great. Thanks

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  1. PeterL Nov 5, 2007 12:35 PM

    I don't know what area you are looking at, but Waterboy is open (opentable.com). It's one of the best restaurants in Sacto.

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      melly Nov 5, 2007 07:35 PM

      You can come to my house. :)

      The Ticket (from the local paper..The Bee) had all kinds of ads for Thanksgiving dinner/buffets [last Sunday] all over town. The Firehouse would be a good choice for traditional, I would think. I agree that The Waterboy would be fabulous. Spataro's, Biba, New Canton, King Palace...all very good.

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        woodlandkate Nov 8, 2007 07:23 PM

        I saw that Tazzina Bistro up here in Woodland is have a prix fixe 3 course Thanksgiving with a lot a choices (including the traditionals) for $30 per person. Food is always wonderful, and it's a great deal!

        http://www.tazzinabistro.com/files/Ta...

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