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Thanksgiving Buffet

GreenYoshi Nov 10, 2009 03:32 PM

So after some deliberation, the fam has decided to go out for Thanksgiving dinner.
Based on the demographics and particulars of my family, I think a buffet style dinner would probably be the right call.

I think Salty's, Ray's and Kaspar's do the best, but those are long filled up.
The Watermark used to have one, but they gone to a limited menu in lieu of the buffet setup.

A couple of others have come up in my research:

Brassierie Margeaux does a buffet. I've only been there for happy hour.
Anyone have a better sense of their food? Or even been to Thanksgiving there?

I've also see a listing for a buffet at the "Lobster Shop" in Tacoma.
I've never heard of this place. Anyone?

Other recommendations?

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    staffstuff RE: GreenYoshi Nov 10, 2009 04:45 PM

    I've been to dinner many times to Brasserie Margaux...I'd recommend their french-inspired cooking...reliable quality and well-crafted...plus I find the dining room pleasant, the wait staff attentive and the parking always easy.

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      GreenYoshi RE: GreenYoshi Nov 12, 2009 01:04 PM

      I've also found one at Calcutta Grill at the Newcastle Golf Club, but I'm not sure I want to head all the way to Newcastle for Thanksgiving.

      I guess Brasserie Margaux it is.
      I'll report back.

      Brasserie Margaux
      401 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA 98121

      Calcutta Grill
      15500 Six Penny Lane, Newcastle, WA 98059

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        Chaps RE: GreenYoshi Nov 24, 2009 11:09 AM

        I was on the wait list at Kaspars and they just called saying they had a few openings so we jumped on it.

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