COLUMBIA, MD — Whether you’re skipping a big Thanksgiving celebration due to the coronavirus pandemic or simply prefer to enjoy a tasty meal while skipping the hours of cooking and massive pile of dishes, you will have options come Nov. 26.
In fact, several restaurants in Columbia will do all the Thanksgiving Day work for you.
In case you need a recommendation of where to eat out on Thanksgiving, Patch compiled a roundup of local and national restaurants slated to be open that day.
An important note: As the number of daily coronavirus cases continues to surge, states each day are imposing new restrictions on businesses. Patch encourages you to call any restaurant on this list in advance to double-check hours on Thanksgiving Day.
Here are the local restaurants planning to be open:
Victoria Gastro Pub
Seasons 52 - Columbia
Cazbar - Columbia
Stanford Grill - Columbia
Xenia Greek Kouzina
Iron Bridge Wine Company - Columbia
AIDA Bistro & Wine Bar
The Alehouse Columbia
The Turn House
Also, here are the chain restaurants expected to be open on Thanksgiving Day, according to a list compiled by Food & Wine magazine.
Buffalo Wild Wings: 6191 Columbia Crossing Circle, Columbia
Boston Market: 9061 Snowden River Pkwy., Columbia
TGI Fridays: 8330 Benson Dr., Columbia
Maggiano’s Little Italy: 10300 Little Patuxent Pkwy., Columbia
Bob Evans: 8325 Benson Dr., Columbia
IHOP: 8825 Centre Park Dr., Columbia
Starbucks: The Mall in Columbia; Dobbin Center; 7090 Deepage Dr.; Safeway, Harris Teeter, Wilde Lake Community Association