Having turkey angst? The Restaurant Association of Maryland has come up with a list of area restaurants offering Thanksgiving dinner. Here’s a sampling.
For a complete list, visit its website. There aren’t any Baltimore restaurants on the list, except for Todd Conner’s and its turkey-day drink specials. Please feel free to comment on ones you know about.
—Tersiguel’s French Country Restaurant, Ellicott City: 11:30 a.m.-7:30 pm, reservations required. Limited a la carte menu ($29-39 for entrees) including traditional turkey dinner, $29.95 for adult entree, $15.95 for kids.
—Salerno’s, Eldersburg: Full traditional Thanksgiving buffet served from 1-6 p.m. Adults, $16.99; children (3-10), $7.99. Reservations recommended.
—Brewer’s Alley, Frederick: Thanksgiving Day grand buffet, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Adults, $26; kids (10 and under), $11.
—Victoria Gastro Pub, Columbia: Thanksgiving Day menu served 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Butternut squash sage soup, raw oysters on the half shell, Belgian endive apple salad, Maple Lawn Farms traditional roast free range turkey, roast maple glazed with marble farms pork loin, roasted duck breast. Sides, desserts, and kids menu are also available. Prices, a la carte, $9-18.
—Clyde’s of Columbia: Traditional turkey dinner, Sausage-sage stuffing, green beans, whipped potatoes, glazed sweet potatoes, turkey gravy, and cranberry sauce, and your choice of apple or pecan pie à la mode or pumpkin pie with whipped cream. Adults, $24.95; kids, $14.95.
—Buddy’s Crabs & Ribs, Annapolis: Thanksgiving Day gourmet buffet, noon-7 p.m. Adults $22.95, seniors (60 plus) $21.95.
—Sam’s on the Waterfront, Annapolis: three-course dinner, $55.95 per person; kids (under 12), $19.95 per person (tax and gratuity not included). Also offering a to-go Thanksgiving dinner.
—Todd Conner’s, Fells Point: It’s all about the drinks. $2 Yuengling drafts, $3 Miller lite bottles, $4 house vodka drinks. Open 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Thanksgiving Day.