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Does anyone know of any restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner in the Triangle area?

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  1. I'm going to The Old Place. It's good country style cooking.

    http://www.old-place.com/index.html

    Greg Cox has a list of other places in a recent column.

    http://blogs.newsobserver.com/epicure...

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      1. as blewgo mentions, Old Place really is the best spot for a great down-home Thanksgiving meal. It's not pricey (~$12/person) and it's as good as grandma can make. In fact, I like it as a Thanksgiving tradition so much that I went this past Sunday because I'm going to be out of town this year. Among the items I ate included fried chicken (the best I've had anywhere), country ham, cracklin cornbread, biscuits, turnip greens, limas & corn, chicken & dumplings (outstanding), yams, green beans, fried shrimp, butter beans, and grandma's apple crisp (one of the best desserts I've ever had).

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        1. re: mikeh

          We go to the Carolina Inn. It's buffet style & we consistently love it: turkey and all the trimmings as well as I get scrambled eggs and other dishes (vegetarian here) The service is excellent & the food always very fine. We finish off the afternoon sitting on the porch which is truly delightful. considering my past thanksgivings were hellacious, I'm in heaven.

          1. re: mikeh

            The dressing is wonderful. They use left over cornbread and biscuits to make it. They also have chicken livers and gizzards. You may have my share of the gizzards.

            1. re: blewgo

              I can vouch for Carolina Inn as well - the first couple years I lived here we had a membership at the Carolina Club, and of course you can guess who supplies their food. :) They have a classic, traditional Thanksgiving meal that is very well prepared. I took my parents one year and my mother just loved it.

              1. re: romansperson

                Romansperson: just came back: my mother had turkey, gravy mashed potatoes. She found it moist and delicious. My dad raved about the brisket, it was so soft, the best he ever had..
                I found that the egg offering had crab, no problem the chef himself happily made me scrambled eggs & brought them to my table. I really love that. Service is such a big deal to me.

                We finished with fruit crepes and bread pudding for dessert. All excellent.
                The waitstaff brought my OJ asap & brought my coffee ouside for me so I could enjoy a cigarette under the porch. We're a diverse, fussy group and they satisfied all of us.