Restaurants open for Thanksgiving 2018 in the Lehigh Valley PA
Can you believe that we are already turning the corner and heading for another Thanksgiving? Is it just us, or is 2018 flying by? This year, Thanksgiving falls on Thursday, November 22, and it will be here before you know it. Families across the country have plenty of traditions for the day, whether it’s getting the entire extended family together in Aunt Ethel’s finished basement or having a smaller and quieter gathering around the family dinner table. If you prefer not to go about the massive undertaking that is cooking and preparing Thanksgiving dinner, we have a few suggestions of restaurants open for Thanksgiving 2018 in the Lehigh Valley PA that you may want to visit.
Places to go if you don’t want to cook Thanksgiving dinner this year
From noon to 7 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Blue Grillhouse in Bethlehem will offer a special menu for hungry patrons. Enjoy such dishes as autumn greens salad, grilled salmon, turducken, fresh herb and honey brined turkey, and more!
If you’re in Allentown, head over to the Hamilton Kitchen & Bar for their special “Thanksgiving with Style (Family Style)” Thanksgiving meal. Tasty dishes include squash bisque, candied pecans, herb-roasted turkey, maple mustard glazed ham, and apple cranberry cobbler.
Located in Hellertown, Sagra Bistro is now taking reservations for its special Thanksgiving Day dinner. Sink your teeth into the roast turkey or honey glazed ham, and even some less traditional Thanksgiving food such as crab cakes and buttersquash ravioli!
If you want a chance to take in spectacular views of the Lehigh Valley on Thanksgiving Day, visit the View at Morgan Hill in Easton for their Thanksgiving Buffet. From 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., diners can marvel in roast turkey, smoked ham, smashed potatoes, sweet corn, green beans, and more!
Wherever you choose to eat for Thanksgiving, we hope you have a wonderful time. From all of us at J.D. Byrider, happy Thanksgiving!
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