If cooking is not on your agenda Thanksgiving Day, these Farmington area restaurants will be open and serving everything from a traditional turkey dinner to Peking duck.
Ginopolis' Bar-B-Que Smokehouse
Open at noon, the restaurant will serve a limited menu featuring ribs, brisket, seafood and, of course, turkey with all the trimmings. Prices start at $14.99; the turkey dinner is $18.99, $7.99 for children, and comes with a slice of pumpkin pie. Call 248-851-8222 to make a reservation.
Page's Food & Spirits
Located in downtown Farmington, Page's will start serving dinner at 4 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, by reservation only. Dinner includes either turkey or ham, mashed or sweet potatoes, a green bean casserole and dessert. Cost is $15.95 per person. To reserve, call 248-477-0099.
This elegant Farmington Hills restaurant on Orchard Lake Road is open at noon and offers a full menu that includes beef, chicken, seafood and vegetarian dishes. The restaurant opens at noon; call 248-489-2280.
The Farmington location on Grand River is open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Farmington Hills location on Orchard Lake Road is open 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Both serve a traditional turkey dinner, along with their full menus.
Lelli's Inn on the Green
Lelli's, at 27925 Golf Pointe Blvd. in Farmington Hills, is serving a four-course dinner, starting with a house or winter orchard salad and ending with hazelnut cake or bourbon pecan tart, both served warm and topped with ice cream. Entree choices are roasted turkey or roasted strip loin. Call 248-994-1111 to make a reservation.
Do you traditionally enjoy Thanksgiving dinner at a restaurant not on our list? Tell us about it in the comments.