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Over the river and through the woods, to a Thanksgiving meal you didn't cook

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Mea culpa, Meleagris.
  • Mea culpa, Meleagris.
If you’re not up for cooking a Thanksgiving dinner this year, the Capital Bar and Grill in the Capital Hotel will take you, no reservations needed. The grill is serving a three-course Thanksgiving meal of soup (roasted sweet potato with orange and sage) or fall green salad (with green apples and roasted squash); a sorghum-roasted turkey breast with cranberries and pumpkin pie with maple-syrup-whipped cream. That will set you back $38. The grill will be open from 11 a.m. to 3 9 p.m.

For a bit more money, and with a reservation, you can dine at the hotel's fancy One Eleven restaurant between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. ($95 or $135 with wine pairings, youths $35), or at a buffet on the mezzanine ($38$58, youths $25).

Across the street, at the Marriott, the Heritage Grille will be open for lunch (11 a.m. to 2 p.m.) and dinner (5 p.m. to 10 p.m.) and serve a traditional Thanksgiving menu, $30 ($15 children). Reserve at 399-8000.

The Hive, the restaurant in Bentonville’s luxe 21c Museum Hotel, will serve a four-course dinner on Thanksgiving, with three entree options: A house-made campanelle with butternut squash and rosemary, swordfish with Brussel sprouts and shell beans or Falling Sky smoked turkey with cornbread stuffing and whipped potatoes. Other first-, second- and fourth-course options include (but are not limited to) pumpkin agnolotti, wild mushroom tarte, sweet potato biscuits with smoked pork belly, sweet potato custard with sorghum whipped cream and pecan pie. That will run you between $45 and $54. Call 479-286-6575 to reserve.

Or just get comfortable and go to the Flying Saucer, which will be open from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Thanksgiving; or the Pizzeria, which will be open at 6 p.m.




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