2012 Thanksgiving Resource Guide

As usual a number of Portland area restaurants plan on serving a Thanksgiving dinner. Here are the ones I know about so far. I’ll update the list as more info comes in:

 

For those of you hosting your own meal at home:

 

Community Dinners:

  • The Wayside Food Programs is serving a free Thanksgiving community dinner to an estimated 400+ people. They have enough volunteer for Thanksgiving day but are still in need of help to prep on the day before, and with donations of food. Call (207) 775-4939 for more information.

 

Wine and Beer Buying Advice:

Inspiration:

Is there a local restaurant, market, bakery, or Thanksgiving event that’s missing? Post a comment with the info and I’ll add them to the list.

2 comments on “2012 Thanksgiving Resource Guide

  1. Rosie’s Restaurant on Fore Street serves a very reasonably priced Thanksgiving dinner every year that is well attended and down home delicious

  2. The new hotel that will be built on Commercial street next to Baxter place is designed by Opechee. They also did the Hampton/Sebago Brewing building off India street

    In their submittal to the Planning board, they compared their new project with that one and the new restaurant will have exactly the same amount of seats (158), bar stools (22), and employees (14) as Sebago Brewing oddly enough.

    Obviously it can’t be another Sebago and I can’t see any other local place able to fill that size. Any guesses? Not saying we need one but I wonder if Legal Seafood ever wanted to try and hit this market.

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