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Where To Eat For Thanksgiving In Houston

Brooke Lewis
Posted on November 9
A slice of pecan pie with whipped cream and a whole pecan pie.

Have you tried Goode Company BBQ's Brazos Bottom Pecan Pie? If not, you're welcome. (Goode Company BBQ-Kirby/Facebook)

Thanksgiving is coming faster than you think, so I’ve rounded up your best options if you want to dine in or order to-go. Also, this new restaurant in Kemah sounds divine. Let’s take a look.

🍽️ Thai & Native American Cuisine in Kemah

Houston heavyweights in the food scene opened Th Prsrv Kemah restaurant, which offers a tasting-menu of Indigenous American and Thai food. You’ll want to try this spot for a special occasion like your birthday or anniversary, because the menu is pricey. It’s also only open on Thursday and Friday for dinner only. [Houston Chronicle 🔒]

🦃 Where To Dine Out For Thanksgiving

There are many options if you want a nice dinner out or meal at home. Try Rainbow Lodge’s three-course menu for $75 per person or this four-course Italian meal for $68 per person at Trattoria Sofia. [Eater Houston]


Where To Order To-Go For Thanksgiving

Want to stay home and chill? You can’t go wrong with Goode Company barbecue’s turkey and sausage and pecan bread stuffing. Hugo’s is offering up a huge family feast or a meal for two, which include tasty dishes like their Tamal Azteca tortilla casserole. [Houstonia Magazine]

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