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A Traditional Twist: Dining Out On Thanksgiving

A traditional Thanksgiving dinner at home is a wonderful thing, but sometimes it's nice to shake things up and try something new. Or maybe you're away from home and family on business. Below are a few places in the Boston area where you can gobble up a delicious Thanksgiving meal. Times and prices vary, and spaces are filling up quickly, so call ahead and make your reservations soon!

The Fireplace: Dine in and sit by this restaurant's toasty fireplace to enjoy your meal, if you choose. But you can also order from their Thanksgiving takeout menu and bring your food home. A gluten-free Thanksgiving menu is available.
1634 Beacon St., Brookline; 617-975-1900

UpStairs on the Square
: The meal is served in the Soirée Dining Room and the Monday Club Dining Room all afternoon and evening. Large groups can make arrangements for dinner in a private space as well. A vegan Thanksgiving menu is available.
91 Winthrop St., Cambridge; 617- 864-1933

Durgin Park: For a hearty Thanksgiving dinner at a nice price, this restaurant might suit your taste. Established around 180 years ago, you can experience Boston history with your meal.
340 Faneuil Hall Market Place; 617-227-2038

The Beehive: Prefer live music with your holiday meal? Then look no further than this restaurant! Enjoy jazz during the day and soulful vocals during the evening to top off the traditional and new flavors from the menu.
541 Tremont St.; 617-423-0069

Cape Cod Central Railroad: This restaurant moves! The Thanksgiving Day Dinner Train lets you enjoy a leisurely five course gourmet meal and a trip over the Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge. Choose from a traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings, or several other gourmet entrées.
252 Main St., Hyannis; 508-771-3800


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