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Who's gonna be open Thanksgiving?

If anyone knows of restaurants that plan on serving Thanksgiving day, I'd sure appreciate a heads up.

Thanks!

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  1. This is what I found:

    http://thatotherpaper.com/austin/the_...
    http://austin.citysearch.com/roundup/...

    I would verify the info as I don't know that it's current.

    1. McCormick & Schmick's in the domain

      1. Saw this in the paper today.. Not exactly moderate, but III Forks will be open from 11-3 with a set menu. $45 gets you soup, salad, turkey or chateaubriand and sides, and dessert.

        www.iiiforks.com

        1. Pretty much every hotel with a dining room. Or my favorite, Din Ho for a red-roasted duck or two.

            1. I believe I saw on their sign the other day that the 620 Cafe & Bakery in Round Rock will be open on Thanksgiving as well.

              1. Out West, Hudson's on the Bend will be open with two seatings, 11-4 and 6-9. You order off a menu and they will have turkey and dressing. The Travis Restaurant in Lakeway Resort will serve a giant buffet (50+ dishes) from 10-3.

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                1. re: wayoutwestaustin

                  Husband and I did Din Ho last year and couldn't believe the quantity of whole suckling pigs going out the door (with a bow around each neck to boot), and we had a lovely meal there.

                  MIL insists on going to Hudson's this year. I was disappointed the last time I went for a tasting menu, but that was before the transfer of power, so I'm looking forward to it. It's going to be a la carte with everything in the 20 - 40 range.

                2. Use Open Table. Plug in the time and # of people and it will give you a list of available places.

                  http://www.opentable.com/start-new.as...

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                  1. re: Littleman

                    Gumbo's in Round Rock will be open on Thanksgiving. I don't remember them being open in past years -- has anyone eaten there on Thanksgiving day before? If so, how was it?

                    http://www.gumbosroundrock.com/

                    1. re: Littleman

                      scroll down a ways on this (http://www.austin360.com/blogs/conten...) page for a list of places open on T'sgiving. I'm going to Mirabelle, meselfs