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    I am not on FB right now so wondering which restaurants in Eureka may be open on Thanksgiving and Christmas for special dinners. I am especially wondering about Grand Tavern. I know I could call but just thought someone might know of several places.......

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    The Grand Tavern is serving Thanksgiving dinner.
    https://www.iloveeurekasprings.com/e...t-the-taverne/

    Also the Crescent and Inn of the Ozarks are having buffet style dinners. The Crescent reservations are sold out but will accept walk-ins who don't mind waiting.
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    Hey, I thank you for the link but on that it says 2017 instead of 2018.....guess I need to call them.

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    Just located updated link......looks like same menu for this year.......so there is my answer.....

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    I saw in the paper this week that Abundant Health & Wellness on 23 South is offering a free vegetarian Thanksgiving meal to anyone and everyone. Pretty awesome!

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    vegetarian Thanksgiving
    For those so inclined... enjoy... I'll pass, my ancient relatives didn't claw their way to the top of the food chain so I could eat zucchini. Miss the pirate Gaylord.
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    Quote Originally Posted by irondragon View Post
    For those so inclined... enjoy... I'll pass, my ancient relatives didn't claw their way to the top of the food chain so I could eat zucchini. Miss the pirate Gaylord.
    PETA: People Eat Tasty Animals.

    Inn of The Ozarks does a turkey day. Not being christian, I couldn't tell you about that days events.

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    I’ll be having my tofurkey, at home. I like it just fine. I never cared for turkey when I ate meat. No one in my family really liked it, when I was a kid. One year my mother made a capon. That didn’t go over well, either. Then she started making a Virginia ham on Thanksgiving, like she did on Christmas (among other things) & we were all happy again.
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    I ate with friends yesterday for an early Thanksgiving. We enjoyed "Holiday Roast" by Gardein very much, so much so that I went to Eureka Market today and got a smaller one to enjoy later. I never liked the turkey growing up either, but I did love that dressing. Now I make it with vegetable broth and add lots of onions and seasonings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Percy View Post
    I saw in the paper this week that Abundant Health & Wellness on 23 South is offering a free vegetarian Thanksgiving meal to anyone and everyone. Pretty awesome!
    That is so nice. I don't see it in any paper, will call them to find out time.

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