Thanksgiving is probably the only holiday meal I don’t make at home.  With all of our family far away, the six of us decided a few years ago that it was faster, easier, more cost-effective, and fun to just make reservations.  And so that has become our tradition.  This year we took a departure from our old standby — the Bristol — to eat Thanksgiving lunch at Grand Street Cafe instead.

 

Here’s a shot across the white linen covered table from my place settings to where my twins sat waiting to dig into turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, sweet potatoes, and more.  Followed by pie.

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  1. Oh how fun! That would be a lot less stressful for sure 🙂 Glad you guys had a great thanksgiving 😀

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  2. I just ate there for the first time about a week ago – it was delicious!

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