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Restaurants Open For Thanksgiving 2019 In Fairfax City Area

Patch logo Patch 11/19/2019 Megan VerHelst
a plate of food on a table: These Fairfax City area restaurants are open on Thanksgiving Day. © Shutterstock These Fairfax City area restaurants are open on Thanksgiving Day.

FAIRFAX CITY, VA — If you prefer to enjoy a sumptuous meal on Thanksgiving while skipping the hours of shopping, prep work and massive pile of dishes to clean, there are options for the Thursday, Nov. 28, holiday. Several restaurants in the Fairfax City area will do all the heavy lifting for you if you want to dine out on the holiday.

Check out our list for a change in Thanksgiving plans and less work for you; listings were pulled from OpenTable or restaurant websites. Book soon, tables are filling up.

Have a recommendation on where to eat out on Thanksgiving? Add it in our comments.

703 bar + kitchen, located at 11787 Lee Jackson Memorial Hwy.

Bellissimo Restaurant, located at 10403 Main St.

Ruth's Chris Steak House, located at 4100 Monument Corner Dr. Ste. 100

Texas de Brazil, located at 11750 Fair Oaks Mall Ste. K240

If you want a more casual dining experience, check these restaurants. You are encouraged to call ahead and confirm the hours with specific locations, since some may close early on the holiday. rounded up a list of restaurants that will be open on Thanksgiving.

Bob Evans: Celebrate Turkey Day with selections from their Thanksgiving menu from open until 8 p.m., or take home a ready-to-heat Thanksgiving feast for up to 10 diners.

Boston Market: Take home a roasted turkey or ham dinner for up to 12. The frozen dinner includes a whole roasted turkey or ham with mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, cranberry walnut relish, dinner rolls, pumpkin pie apple pie.

Cracker Barrel: Dine in on Nov. 28 for a Thanksgiving meal for around $10 per person. The meal comes complete with sliced turkey and gravy, a sampling of sugar-cured ham, sweet potato casserole, cranberry relish, choice of a country side, a refillable beverage, buttermilk biscuits or corn muffins, and a slice of pumpkin pie for dessert.

Wawa: During the Thanksgiving season, try a Gobbler Hoagie or Gobbler Bowl with hot turkey, gravy, and sweet or regular mashed potatoes.


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