A reader, Betty, of the website Chowhound.com for “those who live to eat” wonders what Ann Arbor area restaurants will be open on Thanksgiving. She’ll be in town for a brief visit, and the alternative to going out to eat a Thanksgiving meal at a restaurant doesn’t sound attractive: “[T]hree people eating takeout in a dorm room doesn’t sound very appetizing!”
The readers at Chowhound.com provide some ‘usual suspects’ suggestions, but as of Nov. 19, Betty said she’s starting fresh with the search. Part of that effort included contacting The Chronicle with her query. She adds parenthetically: “Other cities list such things on their CVB sites or in the paper.”
Oh, boy. Betty knows how to get Ann Arbor’s competitive juices flowing – like butter basting on a big ol’ turkey in the oven. It’s time for Ann Arbor area restaurants and Chronicle readers to get on the (drum)stick and list out places that’ll be open for Thanksgiving dinner this year. Comments are open.
First reader to point out that Ann Arbor has been ranked as one of the best U.S. cities for Thanksgiving dinner gets a mashed potato pie in the face.