Dining Out on Thanksgiving

Today’s Portland Daily Sun explores why people dine out for Thanksgiving.

For those heading out, the numbers are telling, and aside from the convenience factor, the NRA states consumers’ reasons for dining out on Thanksgiving are: Because people are traveling and don’t have the ability to cook (22 percent), they prefer to go to restaurants on special occasions (15 percent), somebody else is hosting and they prefer to dine out (15 percent), and they don’t have enough space to host a Thanksgiving event (12 percent).

Check the PFM Thanksgiving Resource Guide for a list of local restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner.