Thursday, November 10, 2016

Quick Bites: Stay Away From Denny’s This Thanksgiving

Posted By on Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 9:00 AM

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There are plenty of reasons you might not have a big, home-cooked Thanksgiving meal planned with your loved ones this year.

But if you’re going to dine out, do not become one of those holiday-themed Hollywood movie characters who’s supposed to epitomize “depressing and/or pathetic and/or quirky” by patronizing a 24-hour chain restaurant or Chinese joint.

Go thou instead to Hotel Congress’s Cup Café, which will offer the exact opposite of a depressing/pathetic experience—just because it’s a cool and classy place. And the food—holiday specials served from 9 a.m. to close—will be as good as anything your Great Aunt Mildred would make, whether your holiday meat of choice is traditional turkey (with all the usual fixins’) or coffee-cured Virginia ham.

Vegetarian? Just go for the pie: apple, pumpkin and pecan by the slice.

Reserve a table at The Cup Café, 311 E. Congress St., at hotelcongress.com/food or by calling 798-1618.

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