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Old 10-20-2019, 11:51 AM
 
Location: East Coast
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We took a family vote and Beehive won! I already made our reservation. I can not wait.

Last year we decided to start a new tradition of going out for Thanksgiving. What I didn't know was waiting until three weeks before the date severely limited our options. I learned my lesson and started much earlier this year.

Thanks again. The suggestions and help are appreciated.
This was my tradition as a kid, since we were in MD and the rest of the family was in Chicago. When we were in Philadelphia, we had the in-laws and my parents over (occasionally someone else, in addition), but when we moved up here, no one wanted to come up here. So I re-established the tradition of eating out.

And I, too, often didn't think about Thanksgiving until after Halloween, and by then everything good was usually booked. Last year we went to Eastern Standard, and I liked it. My youngest son did not like it, though. The year before we went to Top of the Hub, and I loved it, but ended up essentially having three appetizers and three entrees because neither of my kids would eat them. I figure maybe I'll go back there after the kids are grown.

This year we have a reservation at Harvest, but I'm intrigued to investigate Beehive.
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Old 10-20-2019, 01:02 PM
 
Location: Fairfield, CT
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If you do a search on "Boston Thanksgiving 2019," you'll get a site that will provide the names of restaurants and hotels that are serving Thanksgiving dinner.

I went to the buffet at the Langham for several years on Thanksgiving Day. I'm generally not a fan of buffets but this one was a really nice one. The Langham is closed for renovations since March, so it's not an option this year.

Based on reviews and response when I inquired, I am going to eat at Deuxave this year. It's a French place that is on the corner of Commonwealth and Massachusetts Avenues.

There are really good deals on nice hotel rooms for Thanksgiving weekend right now. Good luck.
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Old 10-21-2019, 04:48 PM
 
Location: Massachusetts
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dazzleman- Deuxave's Thanksgiving looks really great. If we didn't have kids with us it would be on our list.

495-what I meant to say on your rep was we did look into their sister restaurant. Beehive is just a lot more convenient for us. Hopefully it's a fun and tasty time!

Again thank you everyone! Yes I promise to report back!
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Old 10-21-2019, 07:25 PM
 
Location: Fairfield, CT
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dazzleman- Deuxave's Thanksgiving looks really great. If we didn't have kids with us it would be on our list.

495-what I meant to say on your rep was we did look into their sister restaurant. Beehive is just a lot more convenient for us. Hopefully it's a fun and tasty time!

Again thank you everyone! Yes I promise to report back!
Enjoy! I've been going to Boston for Thanksgiving for about 6 years now and I love it. I hope you will too.
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Old 10-27-2019, 10:49 PM
 
Location: Quincy, Mass. (near Boston)
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Beehive, great choice. Sister venue Beat Hotel in Harvard Square (now Beat Brew Hall) does a Thanksgiving feast and is very fun atmosphere too.
Interesting about Beat Brew Hall. It's not always the obvious places hosting Thanksgiving.

For any others inquiring, I recall that Legal Seafood has had Thanksgiving in the past; I just checked, and they're serving stuffed turkey as well as stuffed lobster. Not sure if it's all locations.

It seems more people in recent years have opted to dine at a restaurant instead of home, especially if a couple or a small family?
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