Whether you are looking for a home cooked meal (cooked by someone else) for Thanksgiving or a place to get a lovely centerpiece for the holiday, Patch is compiling a list of Thanksgiving destinations in Scotch Plains and Fanwood.
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The Stage House Tavern in Scotch Plains will have a three course Prix Fixe dinner for 39 dollars from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thankgiving Day. If you prefer to be by the bar to watch the Thanksgiving game, you can pay 34 dollars for a three course meal.
Reservations are required for Thanksgiving at the Stage House.
Additionally, the Stage House is offering a to-go menu on Thanksgiving. A full meal ready to bring right back home to your dining room table. Prices range from 175 dollars to 285 dollars, depending on the amount of people. Orders must be placed by noon on Nov. 18 and picked up between 11 a.m. and noon on Thanksgiving day.
For a more detailed look at the menu and pricing, visit their website here.
Charlie Brown's Steakhouse in Scotch Plains also offers a Thanksgiving menu, featuring a three-course meal and an all you can eat Turkey dinner for $19.99. Children 12 and under eat for only 8.99! There is also a raisin baked ham option and many more choices which you can find here.
At Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains, adults and children can enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Diners can choose "a room with a view" or a "warm and cozy" feel, both for 44 dollars per adult. Children 7-12 eat for 22 dollars and children less than 7 eat for 12 dollars.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Educational Fund of Westfield.
For a full look at the Shackamaxon menu, check the photo section of this article.
Einhorn's Florist in Scotch Plains, Scotchwood Florist in Fanwood and Apple Blossom Flower in Scotch Plains, can all put together beautiful fall arrangements for your Thanksgiving table or to bring as a gift to a host or hostess's home.
Do you have a favorite florist for the holiday's? If so, where? Tell us in the comment section below!