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Where to Eat on Thanksgiving in the South End

Here's a short list of places serving Thanksgiving Day specials in the South End where you're sure to get a great meal.

Avila: Just a few blocks from the South End, Avila will be serving its regular dinner menu along with a traditional turkey dinner for $47+ per person. The dinner includes oven roasted Vermont free-range organic turkey, yukon gold mashed potatoes, creamy cipollino onions, fresh peas, roasted butternut squash, and more. Open noon to 8 p.m. (617) 267-4810.

The Beehive: The Tremont Street favorite is serving up equal parts food and music this Thanksgiving with an a la carte menu featuring classics (roast organic turkey, caramelized leek stuffing) and non-traditional dishes (pan-roasted halibut with couscous, grass-fed rack of lamb). Live jazz music will be played all day and evening and there's also a children's menu. Thanksgiving menu offered noon – 10pm, (617) 423-0069.

Petit Robert Bistro: The Columbus Avenue bistro is open on Thanksgiving with fondue and "happy Jacky's Turkey" (named for chef Jacky Robert, we presume). Regular prices, (617) 867-0600.

Looking for more options, or to head out of the neighborhood? Check out the full list on BostonChefs.com

What's your favorite place to dine out in the South End on Thanksgiving Day? Tell us in the comments. 

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