Will Boston Market be open for Thanksgiving?
When it comes to delicious meals that feel like they are home cooked, while also being just this side of fast food dining, Boston Market is the answer. Of course, this idea of homestyle fast food is exactly why we need to know if we can pick up our Thanksgiving dinner from the restaurant this year.
Not only does Boston Market have the perfect side options to call to mind a classic Thanksgiving meal, but with chicken, ham, ribs, and even turkey on the menu, this might just be the ultimate choice for people looking to have a classic dinner without having to go through the hassle of making it themselves.
However, the real question is whether or not they are open for Thanksgiving. And the answer is a resounding yes!
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Boston Market is open on Thanksgiving
While Boston Market did offer early ordering options for people planning ahead, which included a full catering menu for anyone wanting their entire family meal prepared, for some of us, it is all about figuring out at the last minute what we want to eat. And we are truly lucky that not only will the restaurant chain be open, but they will have their signature offerings, as well as some holiday specials in store.
Not only can we choose ham for Thanksgiving, but they have some of the best sides around. Who else is obsessed with their creamed spinach? And what about their cornbread? Honestly, I have yet to eat one of their side dishes that I didn’t enjoy, and that is what makes them the perfect choice this holiday.
Knowing that we can run to Boston Market means that we can still enjoy a more classic feast this holiday, without going through the trouble of cooking it ourselves. And the fact that they offer individual plates means that even if you are alone this Thanksgiving, you can still get into the holiday spirit, even just a little.
If you are looking for more restaurant choices this Thanksgiving, check out the rest of our holiday coverage on Guilty Eats.