Gobble up a Thanksgiving dinner at these Twin Cities restaurants

If cooking a turkey seems more of a chore than choice, take a break this year and have Thanksgiving dinner at a restaurant. The Pioneer Press offers up some recommendations.
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If cooking a turkey seems more of a chore than choice, take a break this year and have Thanksgiving dinner at a restaurant. The Pioneer Press offers up some recommendations.

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