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Top-o-hub-t-dayTop of the Hub
800 Boylston St # 52
(617) 536-1775


Why fuss with the dishes and cooking when Top of the Hub Restaurant can give you a four-course meal as exceptional as the panoramic views offered from every table? Enjoy everyone's favorite Thanksgiving Day dishes in the warmth of a relaxing atmosphere ideal for the whole family at a price you can afford, $58 per person, children for $25 (if under 12).
For more information, visit their Web site. 

Turner-fisheries-thanksgivingTurner Fisheries Restaurant and Bar
10 Huntington Ave
(617) 424-7425


Turner's will be offering a bountiful Thanksgiving buffet featuring a raw bar, salads, carving stations, entrées and desserts for $65 per adult, $20 per children.
For more on the menu, click here.


Vlora-thanksgivingVlora
545 Boylston Street
(617) 638-9699


Head to Vlora -- a first-class restaurant according to our food critic -- for a three-course meal featuring all the traditional favorites, plus a nightcap of mulled cider, or order from their usual menu.
To view the Thankgiving menu visit their Web site. 


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