Why cook on Thanksgiving if you don't have to?

What are you plans for Thanksgiving? Are you hosting or stopping in at someone's house? Are you traveling or keeping things simple and small at your house? Are you cooking or picking up an order?

Needless to say, there are many ways to do Thanksgiving.

You could even forego all of those options and each at a restaurant. If that's your plan, I hope that you've already made a reservation because things might be booked up.

In my quest to find which restaurants were most popular on Thanksgiving, I found a list of this restaurants are serving up the best food on the big day. As it turns out, the Daily Meal compiled a list of the Best Restaurant Thanksgiving Dinner in every single state.

That's Teton Pines in Wilson.

Ok, that looks so good it hurts.

It seems like a win-win. You play a few rounds on the course or you hit a few balls on the court and then enjoy a scrumptious meal like that? This might change my Thanksgiving plans forever now that I know this exists.

There's just one little problem.

You have to be a member in order to enjoy this dining option. Or I would say, at the very least, you need to friends with a member... good friends. Because then all you need to do is convince that friend to also do Thanksgiving here and then you can just tag along.

Let me know how that goes for you.

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