Is Wendy’s open for Thanksgiving Day 2021?

A Wendy's restaurant sign is seen on May 06, 2020 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
A Wendy's restaurant sign is seen on May 06, 2020 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) /

So we can agree without argument that the Frosty from Wendy’s is one of the greatest fast food desserts every created correct? No one reading this is silly enough to think the apple pies at McDonald’s are better, right?

The best part of a Frosty is that it’s not quite a milkshake but also not quite ice cream. Somehow Wendy’s created something that is both yet neither at the same time. Can you drink it through a straw? Yes. Can you eat it with a spoon? Also yes.

Milkshake or ice cream? The debate continues.

Whatever your opinion, people who love Frosty’s are pretty intense. I’ve seen fans of the dessert get twitchy if they go too long without a trip to Wendy’s. And this is in the dead of winter when for most people it’s way too cold to consider eating something like a Frosty.

Like on Thanksgiving for example. When they would rather gnaw off their own foot than have something other than a Frosty for dessert after eating turkey and stuffing. But will Wendy’s be able to help them out this year?

Will your local Wendy’s be open on Thanksgiving Day?

It turns out that the answer is yes. Wendy’s will indeed be open on Thanksgiving Day in 2021. So if you really need a Frosty after you sit down to eat dinner with your friends and family, Wendy’s has your back.

Keep in mind that most Wendy’s locations will likely have limited hours on Thanksgiving and there is a chance your local one could be closed due to possible staffing issues. Your best bet is to call or check online to make sure before heading out the door.

But if you really need that Frosty fix, even on Thanksgiving Day, rest assured the fast food chain will be there to help you out. Because what says the holidays and family more then a dessert you can get through a drive-thru?

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What do you think Guilty Eaters? Would you like to get a Frosty from Wendy’s this Thanksgiving? Leave a comment below and let us know or hoin the conversation on our Twitter and Facebook pages. And Happy Thanksgiving!