We’ll continue to update this story as we find more restaurants open on Nov. 28, 2019.
Thanksgiving Day is all about friends, family and fellowship. It doesn’t need to be about those other F words, fretting or frying. If cooking and cleaning for a group of people just isn’t your thing, let one of dozens of restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth do the hard work for you instead.
All the information below is for Thanksgiving Day menus and hours only. At most of these restaurants, reservations are recommended.
Restaurants open on Thanksgiving Day in Dallas-Fort Worth
B&B Butchers & Restaurant is serving lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Customers can either order off of the regular restaurant menu or choose the three-course Thanksgiving menu with family-style sides. All dine-in guests go home with a turkey sandwich to eat as leftovers. $68 for adults; $25 for kids 12 and under. 5212 Marathon Ave., Fort Worth.
Bird Cafe in Fort Worth is serving brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. A la carte options include pumpkin brioche French toast, smoked turkey and pumpkin pie parfait. 155 E. 4th St., Fort Worth.
Blue Mesa Grills in Plano and Fort Worth are planning a Thanksgiving brunch buffet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Options include endless servings of turkey and ham, corncake stuffing, apple-kale salad, pumpkin flan, ice cream sundaes and more. $24 per adult and includes Champagne, mimosas, coffee, tea and soft drinks; $7 for kids ages 6 to 11; free for kids 5 and younger. 8200 Dallas Parkway, Plano; and 612 Carroll St., Fort Worth.
The Cajun Place in Allen is serving fried turkey, masted ‘taters, oyster stuffing and more. They promise that their TVs will be turned to football. $19.99 per person. 190 E. Stacy Road, Allen.
CBD Provisions in downtown Dallas is selling new brunch and dinner dishes in addition to its regular menu. Options include buttermilk hotcakes for brunch or a turkey feast with acorn squash hummus, sweet potato casserole and more for dinner. Brunch runs 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; dinner is 4 to 9 p.m. A la carte pricing. 1530 Main St., Dallas.
City Hall Bistro inside the Adolphus Hotel in downtown Dallas is serving a three-course lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The meal starts with shaved Brussels sprouts salad and deviled eggs, followed by Cajun fried turkey, smoked turkey leg terrine and cranberry chutney. Pastry chef Ruben Toraño is still working on the dessert menu. $39 per person. 1321 Commerce St., Dallas.
City Works in Frisco is opening from noon to 8 p.m. for a Thanksgiving meal with a buffet of sides. Entrees include prime rib or turkey, and guests can get endless sides like chipotle maple glazed sweet potatoes, andouille sausage stuffing, bourbon glazed carrots and more. Dessert is also part of the buffet. $45 for prime rib, $35 for turkey; sides and dessert included in price. Kids dinner is $15 and includes sides and dessert. 3680 The Star Blvd., Frisco.
Cru A Wine Bar is serving a three-course, family-friendly lunch or dinner from noon to 9 p.m. The restaurant has four locations: Dallas, Plano, Allen and Fort Worth. $46 per person; $23 for kids 12 and under.
See the full list on Dallas News
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