Inland Empire Restaurants Open For Thanksgiving Dinner

November 5, 2014 11:46 AM

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So you’d like a traditional Thanksgiving meal but without the mess and fuss of cooking it yourself? Check out our list of the best restaurants serving up a hot, yummy Thanksgiving feast in the Inland Empire. Want more ideas? Check out out list from last year of the Best Spots in the Inland Empire for Thanksgiving Dinner.

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South Coast Winery Resort and Spa
Vineyard Rose Restaurant
34843 Rancho California Road
Temecula, California 92591
(951) 587-9463

Spend your Thanksgiving with your loved ones in beautiful Temecula wine country this year. The master chefs at the Vineyard Rose restaurant at the South Coast Winery Resort and Spa are waiting to delight your fancy! Featuring a special gourmet feast for Thanksgiving, the menu includes Carater Estate Sweet Corn bisque and a Parmesan Crostini to start. For salads, they will be offering an autumn salad, an iceberg salad with spiced carrots and candied walnuts, and others. For entree’s, choose between roast turkey breast and braised dark meat which comes with traditional sausage stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and giblet gravy or their braised beef short rib which comes with roasted cauliflower puree, and mushroom green beans. You also have a choice of the Alaskan Cod which comes with wild rice pilaf, and broccolini. For dessert, a pumpkin pecan torte with whipped cream and salted caramel will be served. To ensure seating, it is reservation only, so make sure to call soon to reserve your spot for this four-course meal!

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The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa
3649 Mission Inn Avenue
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 341-6767

Join the festivities and wonder of downtown Riverside at the historic Mission Inn Hotel & Spa. There will be a Thanksgiving champagne brunch served from 9am-2pm in the Mission Inn Restaurant, adults are $52. Or enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving buffet dinner in the Mission Inn Restaurant from 5 to 9 p.m., adults are $35. Reservations are highly recommended.

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The Sycamore Inn
8318 Foothill Boulevard
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730-3109
(909) 982-1104

Set beneath ancient Sycamore trees is one of the Inland Empire’s finest restaurants. The Sycamore Inn has a “deep rooted” history of hospitality that dates back to 1848. Join the comfort of history for a traditional Thanksgiving feast. The cost is $37 for adults and $19 turkey dinner for kids 10 and under. Reservations recommended.

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Marie Callenders Restaurant & Bakery
160 East Rincon Street
Corona, CA 92879
(951) 735-4310

Marie Callender’s has been in the home-style restaurant business for more than 60 years and they have crafted the perfect Thanksgiving meal along the way. Available for pickup or eat in, the Marie Callender’s Thanksgiving feast and pies are among the best of the best.

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Pomona Mining Co.
1777 Gillette Road
Pomona, CA 91768
(909) 623-3515

Enjoy your traditional Thanksgiving meal with a view. The Pomona Mining Co. offers one of the best views of the Inland Empire. This Thanksgiving meal is served buffet style with all the traditional fixins such as slow roasted turkey, herb-crusted prime rib, candied yams, cornbread stuffing and more. Prices are $27.95 for adults.

Desiree Eaglin pigs out and then passes out every Thanksgiving. She blogs at Sarcastic, Funny and Brutally Honest. You can find her turkey tweets on Twitter too.
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