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Posh is Hosting a F(oie)-in Turducken Dinner Tonight (Nov. 15)

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Thanksgiving is coming early this year at Posh in Scottsdale. The high-end improvisational restaurant is holding a F(oie)-in Turducken dinner tonight, Nov. 15, from 5:30-9. See Also: Chow Bella's Thanksgiving Dining Guide: Where to Dine Out in Metro Phoenix (Make Your Reservations Now!) Chow Bella's Thanksgiving Dining Guide Pt. 2: Where to Reserve a Table in Metro Phoenix

To celebrate the upcoming fall holiday, Posh will feature a five course meal centered around foie-fueled entrees, including a seasonal roasted turkey stuffed with duck, chicken, and for added flair, foie gras.

This one-night only menu is being offered at $85 per person and plenty of availability still remained, last we checked. To make a reservation, call Posh at 480-663-7674 . And as further enticement, check out the full menu below.

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