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Hi, I was hoping to get some thoughts on a reasonable Thanksgiving dinner near Canton CT . We have eaten at the Simsbury Inn the last couple of years and really liked it but the cost is pretty high ($40 per adult and $20 per child). Looking forward to the discussion.
Lisa

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  1. You could do http://www.abigailsgrill.com/index.ph... where you order off the menu but I doubt that it would be any cheaper. You could try http://www.latrattoriact.net/ or http://idineconfetti.com/

    1. Here is a listing of restaurants open on Thanksgiving day that was published on the Courant"s website.From what I have found, they are all priced around $40. Angelicos Lake House (kind of a drive) has a $27 adult, $14 for children age 5-12 brunch buffet. Sounds like a good deal. I ended up making reservations at Carmen Anthony's.

      http://www.courant.com/entertainment/...

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      1. re: hotwing

        This is a good reference - it does seem that $40 is the going rate. Funny, the Simsbury Inn is not listed - I do recommend it. I guess it is a choice of spending the money or cooking!

        1. re: lthomas175

          I tried last week to get reservations at the Simsbury Inn for their 4:00 seating. They only had a table for 10 left for time. Any ealier time would not work for us.

      2. Is taking a dinner home an option?

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        1. re: ratbuddy

          No, I would just cook if we stayed home.

          1. re: lthomas175

            OK, then I'll say Apricots, if you don't mind a short drive. $18.50 per adult. The menu is at http://www.apricotsrestaurant.com/men...

            1. re: ratbuddy

              I know it's a drive, but the T Day buffets at either Villa Louisa or Georgina's( both in Bolton) are tremendous values- $25 for adults and around $15 for children. Multiple entrees are the draw I think (carved sirloin, ham, etc) in addition to turkey. So you would save around $100 for a family of 4, and , who knows, a drive might be nice after such a huge meal! Have to book now though.

              1. re: ratbuddy

                Hey, ratbuddy--any personal favorites from the starters menu? Thanks for this tip, btw. :)

                1. re: kattyeyes

                  Sorry, no idea. I've only ever had the burger and fries. Yes, I'm that guy.

                  Going for Thanksgiving?

                  1. re: ratbuddy

                    HA HA, I may know you (kidding!). Yes, looking forward to it! :) I've always wanted to try Apricot's. I'm sure it will be a treat!

                2. re: ratbuddy

                  GREAT call on Apricots, ratbuddy--thank you! Turkey was moist, flavorful and plentiful (yup, leftovers), served with mashed potatoes, stuffing (more stuffing, please...I would never put such a small amount of stuffing on my plate at home or in anyone else's home), fresh cranberry sauce, sweet badadas, all delicious. Only complaint was the mixed vegetables--hard (?) baby carrots with peapods and pearl onions. This did not speak Thanksgiving to me, nor was it tasty. It's also funny when you need a knife to cut the vegetables, but not the turkey. :)

                  Attentive service, really lovely setting--our table overlooked the river. Very pleasant overall. BUT...if you dislike a noisy restaurant, this is NOT the place for you. I even overheard another table say the same thing (along the lines of "the only thing I dislike about this place is the NOISE"). But I doubt a better turkey dinner could be found anywhere else for such a nice price. And even their coffee is excellent. It was well worth the ride from M'town.

                  1. re: kattyeyes

                    Apricots is a great little place, glad they came through for ya :)