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Restaurant for good Thanksgiving feast
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Hey everyone,
My wife will be home for a couple days for thanksgiving in the middle of 2 months of travel.  We don't want to spend the time making a big turkey dinner just for our little family (we won't be having any bigger family gathering).

So do you have any recommendations for a restaurant that puts on an awesome Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday (afternoon or evening, doesn't matter).  Anything in the KW Region (including St. Jacobs, Stratford, Cambridge and all points in between) would be fine.

Thanks!
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(10-03-2017, 12:22 PM)Cartcanuck Wrote: Hey everyone,
My wife will be home for a couple days for thanksgiving in the middle of 2 months of travel.  We don't want to spend the time making a big turkey dinner just for our little family (we won't be having any bigger family gathering).

So do you have any recommendations for a restaurant that puts on an awesome Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday (afternoon or evening, doesn't matter).  Anything in the KW Region (including St. Jacobs, Stratford, Cambridge and all points in between) would be fine.

Thanks!

Elmhurst Inn in Ingersoll has a fine thanksgiving spread
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