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Restaurants open on Thanksgiving in Metrowest?

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baystater Nov 13, 2012 07:08 AM

Anyone know of any Metrowest-area restaurants that are open on Thanksgiving that serve more than Thanksgiving fare? There are four of us: one vegan, two turkey-haters who want their traditional Thanksgiving cheeseburger, and one traditionalist. We'd prefer not to have to overspend at a hotel/fancy-schmancy place with a fixed price buffet.

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    Blumie RE: baystater Nov 13, 2012 08:08 AM

    I just did a search on opentable.com and came up with Cafe Escadrille in Burlington (I'm not a fan, but your choices obviously are limited!), Dalya's in Bedford (could be nice), Flora in Arlington (haven't been in a long time), and Sel de la Terre in Natick (could be a good choice).

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      baystater RE: Blumie Nov 13, 2012 09:32 AM

      Thanks! I will check them all out.

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        marilu RE: baystater Nov 13, 2012 03:09 PM

        Check open table. They usually have a listing of restaurants that are open on different holidays.

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          baystater RE: marilu Nov 13, 2012 05:47 PM

          Thank you! I did check and I think we may wind up at Legal Seafood. What a great site opentable is. I hadn't been there before.

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            catsmeow RE: baystater Nov 13, 2012 08:17 PM

            A few years ago, we went to the Legals in Braintree and it was horrible. The food was subpar and the servers clearly did not want to be there.

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              baystater RE: catsmeow Nov 13, 2012 08:26 PM

              That's a shame. We recently went to the one in Natick/Framingham and they were very good. We have several food allergies among us and they were fantastic with their accommodations.

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