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OKG7 spots open on Thanksgiving



Deep Fork Grill
5418 N. Western

Deep Fork has your Turkey Day covered for lunch and/or dinner. There will be a traditional Thanksgiving menu, complete with turkey and stuffing, as well as staple items off the regular menu. Expect to see the filet, strip and cedar-plank salmon. Reservations strongly encouraged; the restaurant already is filling up.

Ingrid’s Kitchen
3701 N. Youngs

First things first: Make a reservation. The 1:30 p.m. slot is already booked. But that leaves you a few other times to get in on the cranberry orange relish, green bean casserole, oven-baked chicken, turkey and stuffing extravaganza. The dessert table will be full of traditional Thanksgiving treats, as well as some of Ingrid’s favorites.

Pho Lien Hoa
901 N.W. 23rd

There’s a chance the weather might be cooler this year for Turkey Day. If that’s the case, a big bowl of pho is one of the best ways to warm up the insides to match the warmness of the holiday season. Traditionally made pho, a full belly and no clean-up is an excellent way to spend any day.

Gopuram Taste of India
4559 N.W. 23rd

you’re ready to splurge, we can’t think of a better meal than an Indian
feast. From the kormas and the curries to the masalas and the naan,
you’re sure to leave with a full belly. There will be turkey, too, as
well as some Indian-inspired turkey dishes.

Park Avenue Grill
1 Park Ave.

you get two options: You can order the three-course prix fixe menu or
get your grub on in a traditional Thanksgiving buffet. Make
reservations: Seating is limited and going fast.

Brandywine Room at Biltmore Hotel
401 S. Meridian

away in the Biltmore Hotel, you’ll find the Brandywine Room. On
Thanksgiving it will be bustling with a buffet. Reservations aren’t
necessary but recommended. If you’re not craving turkey and all the
fixins, the regular menu will be available to order from, as well.

Grand House Asian Bistro
2701 N. Classen Blvd.

to take your relatives for a nice lunch before a dinner of feasting?
Grand House will offer up its famous dim sum fare until 3 p.m., which is
the perfect event for family and friends to enjoy during the lunchtime

Photos by Shannon Cornman and Mark Hancock

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