List of Triangle restaurants open Thanksgiving Day 2023 – WRAL News

Hoping to avoid hours of cooking and piles of dishes on Thanksgiving Day? Check out this list of restaurants that will be open on Thursday!
Keep in mind that many dine-in restaurants require reservations for Thanksgiving Day.

Restaurants open Thanksgiving Day

bb.q Chicken: Open on Thanksgiving Day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located at 14220 Bradford Green Square in Cary.
Bob Evans: Many locations are open on Thanksgiving Day from 8 am to 7 pm.
Brio Italian Grill Raleigh: Open on Thanksgiving Day and reservations can be made on their website, while available. Located at Crabtree Valley Mall, 4325 Glenwood Ave, STE 5000, Raleigh, North Carolina 27612.

The Capital Grille: Open on Thanksgiving Day and reservations can be made on their website, while available. Offering a holiday menu for $50 for adults and $20 for children.
Counting House in Durham: Open on Thanksgiving Day and reservations can be made on their website, while available. Offering a holiday menu running $55 to $65. See the details on their website.

Cracker Barrel: Most locations are open regular business hours Thanksgiving Day and they will be serving a traditional Thanksgiving meal starting at 11 am. Check their website for hours for your location.
Crossroads Restaurant at The Carolina Inn in Chapel Hill: Open on Thanksgiving Day and reservations can be made on their website, while available. Offering a holiday menu for $129 per person.
Denny’s: Select Denny’s locations are open on Thanksgiving Day although hours may vary. You may want to call your location to verify their hours.
Fleming’s Steakhouse in Raleigh: Open on Thanksgiving Day starting at 11 am and reservations can be made on their website, while available. Serving a 3-Course meal featuring Herb-Roasted Turkey, Filet Mignon or Prime Bone-In Ribeye.
Golden Corral: Open on Thanksgiving Day and serving a special holiday buffet. Most Triangle locations are open 11-6, but some have different hours. See their website for the hours for your location.
Irregardless Cafe: Open on Thanksgiving Day with a special menu. See their website for details and to make reservations.

Kababish in Cary: Open on Thanksgiving Day until 7 pm according to the restaurant.
Lucky 32 in Cary: Open on Thanksgiving Day and serving their regular menu plus some traditional favorites. See their website for reservations.
Maggiano’s Little Italy: Open on Thanksgiving Day and accepting reservations.
Metro Diner in Raleigh: Open on Thanksgiving Day from 8 am to 2:30 pm. The Fayetteville location is also open on Thanksgiving Day until 2:30 pm according to their website.

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille in Raleigh: Open on Thanksgiving Day from 11am-9pm and offering a $49 Thanksgiving menu in addition to their regular menu. See the details on their website (scroll down for Thanksgiving menu).
The Pickled Onion in Raleigh: Open on Thanksgiving Day with a special menu for $21.95.

Pure Vegan Cafe: Open Thanksgiving Day at this plant based restaurant.
Red Lobster: Open Thanksgiving Day. Most Triangle area locations are open 11 am-6 pm. See their website for specific hours.
Sophie’s Bar & Grill in Cary: Open at 11 am on Nov. 23 and accepting reservations, while available. Located at 2734 North Carolina 55, Cary, NC 27519.
Sullivan’s Steakhouse in Raleigh: Open Thanksgiving Day from 11:00 am – 8:00 pm. Make reservations on their website.
Talulla’s in Chapel Hill: Open on Thanksgiving Day from 1 pm-9.30 pm and serving a 3-course special menu for $50 per person. See their website for reservations, while available. Located at 456 W. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27516.

Tandem in Carrboro: Open on Thanksgiving Day with a special holiday menu and reservations are required. See their website for details.

Time-Out in Chapel Hill: Open 24/7 365 days a year at 201 East Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC.
Waffle House: Most Waffle House locations are open on Thanksgiving Day.
The Willard Rooftop in Raleigh: Open on Thanksgiving Day from 4-9pm and accepting reservations online.

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