Dining Out for Thanksgiving Part 2 in Today's Eater's Digest

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Thanksgiving Out Part 2
With so many places offering you a seat at their thanksgiving table, we needed to devote three days of ED to dining out for Thanksgiving just to cover half of it. Read on for more options to get you out of cooking and keep your abode sparkling clean.

If you are looking to get Thanksgiving over early, The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort is serving Thanksgiving Brunch at the resorts Princess Falls. Even the pickiest eater is bound to find something at this smorgasbord featuring seven types of seafood, a southwestern omelet station, slow roasted turkey, plenty of breakfast options, salads and fresh fruit galore and a huge variety of desserts and breakfast pastries. Brunch will be available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thanksgiving day. Click here for more details.   

Take a drive north to beautiful Carefree and join the Latilla at Boulders Resort and Golden Door Spa for their Thanksgiving Pre Fixe Dinner. The contemporary menu will feature items such as Pumpkin Veloute with Chorizo dumplings, Roasted Free Range Turkey with traditional sides, Peppercorn seasoned Ribeye, Tuna with oaxacan mole,  pumpkin tarts, and pear almond cake. $79 ++ per person, $29 for kids ages 6-12 and complimentary for the little ones 5 and under. Call 480-488-7317 for reservations.

And if you are still set on staying in but are worried you won't be able to find time to pick up a fancy to-go meal, not to worry M Catering will put together a customizable Thanksgiving feast that you can pick up the day before and reheat in your very own kitchen. A perfect plan for those of us with no cooking skills and too much pride to admit it. Toss everything in your very own serving dishes and take all the credit for "cooking". Visit www.mculinary.com to place your order.

Check back tomorrow for even more Thanksgiving specials around the Valley. 

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