Prefer to go out on Thanksgiving? Here is a list of several local places open this Thanksgiving.
Puckett’s Boat House
For the first time ever, the Boat House is opening its doors on Thanksgiving day to give diners a Gulf-inspired holiday feast!
In addition to the usual to-go menu options that feature turkey + all the trimmings with a seafood twist, the Boat House is inviting guests to dine from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
On the menu: holiday favorites (plus a few Boat House specialties!) including roasted turkey, spiral ham, cajun fried chicken, shrimp cocktail, oyster dressing, cornbread dressing, traditional sides, and a dessert station featuring maple pecan pie, pumpkin pie, chocolate cakes and cookies! Our mouths are already watering.
Call (615) 790-2309 for reservations.
Puckett’s Downtown Franklin & Downtown Columbia
120 4th Ave S., Franklin & 15 Public Square, Columbia
Get a full spread of traditional Southern favorites (photo above) from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Thursday. For Downtown Franklin reservations, call (615) 794-5527; for Downtown Columbia reservations, call (931) 490-4550!
The all-inclusive Thanksgiving buffet is $27.50, and $13.75 for those 12 and under at the Columbia, Franklin
4683 Columbia Pike, Thompson’s Station
Homestead Manor will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Executive Chef Carlos Garcia says the special menu will include Southern dishes traditionally served on Thanksgiving, with Italian touches incorporated throughout.
Guests will begin their Thanksgiving dinner with a choice between a savory butternut squash and apple bisque born of fall flavors, or a pear and parsnip salad highlighted by roasted pears, parsnips and cambozola cheese.
Entree choices include classic turkey prepared two ways – a roasted breast or a leg stuffed with focaccia filling – and herb-roasted lamb. Side dishes will be aplenty, and range from roasted root vegetables selected from the Homestead farm to whipped potatoes with rosemary and gorgonzola, focaccia stuffing, sweet potato pecan casserole, haricot verts green beans, and freshly made cranberry and orange sauce.
The capstone of the dining experience will be diners’ choice of pecan pie – a Marshall family favorite – or Homestead’s classic pumpkin bread pudding.
The cost is $40 per person and $15 for children 12 and under, and includes soup or salad, an entree, three sides, dessert and a non-alcoholic beverage. Make a reservation here!
8400 Hwy 100
The Loveless Cafe will be open from 7:00 am – 2:00 pm on Thanksgiving Day. In addition to their normal menu, they will serve Thanksgiving meals of turkey and gravy with sides starting at 10:00 am, while they last!
5201 Maryland Way, Brentwood
Entrees include prime rib with asparagus, turkey with mashed potatoes, scallopes with roasted vegetables and more. See their entire menu here. Adults $37.99, Seniors $32.99 and children ages 5 to 12 $14.99
Buca di Beppo
Each Turkey Feast is served family style and feeds six adults. Enjoy sliced white meat turkey, home-style gravy, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, spicy Italian sausage stuffing, green beans, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie, all starting at $19 per person. Make your reservation here.
Locations throughout Williamson County
Those dining at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations can enjoy the Homestyle Turkey n’ Dressing Meal complete with gravy, a sampling of sugar cured ham, sweet potato casserole with pecans, cranberry relish, a choice of a country side, a refillable beverage, made-from-scratch biscuits or corn muffins, and a slice of pumpkin pie for dessert. It is available from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. for $11.99 for adults and $6.99 for children.More Thanksgiving Stories