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Dining Out for Thanksgiving Part 3 in Today's Eater's Digest

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Thanksgiving Out Part 3
Today is the last day of our three day Thanksgiving dinner round up. We know we left out a gravy boat load of restaurants,  and we apologize to anyone we might have left out. Hopefully we have provided you with a lot of solid options!

Celebrate lakeside in Scottsdale this year. Pinon Grill at Millennium Resort invites you to join them for Thanksgiving brunch or dinner. Brunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will feature Deep-Fried turkey breast and prime rib with all the trimming plus a an array of breakfast selections. Dinner starts at 5 p.m. and will feature a traditional style thanksgiving pre fixe dinner in addition to the regular menu.  Click here for more information or to make your reservations.  


Eat at Eddie's House for Thanksgiving 2010. Eddie's House in Old Town Scottsdale will be open from 11 until 8 p.m. this Thanksgiving serving up roasted turkey with potatoes, corn bread stuffing and green beans. For dessert choose from pumpkin cheesecake, apple cobbler, black cherry flourless cake or chocolate chip tiramasu. $39.99 ++ per person and $19.99++ for kids 10 and under. Click here for the full menu.

Dine under the canopy for the Farm at South Mountain's pecan grove with the family at the 1st Annual Thanksgiving Buffet. The buffet will offer mixed greens, whipped potatoes, sauteed french beans, short ribs, sage & peppercorn rubbed turkey, baked ham and an assortment of desserts. Seven seating times are available from 11:30 to 2:30 p.m. $50++ for adults, $22++ for children ages 8-12, $12++ for children ages 7-3 and children under the age of 3 eat free. Call 480-471-5223 for reservations.

 Where are you spending Thanksgiving? Leave us a comment, we want to know!

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