‘Cause you don’t feel like cookin’ let these 5 area restaurants do it for you!

The holidays officially begin this week, and we’re all waiting for Thanksgiving to arrive with all the fixings—turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, and more.

However, if the thought of serving up a Thanksgiving feast overwhelms you, you’re not alone. Preparing and cooking a Thanksgiving dinner takes hours, and it’ll cost you an average of $49.87 according to USA Today.

If you don’t feel like cooking this year or simply don’t want to deal with the cleanup involved, you’re in luck. This is a list of fabulous local restaurants around the Valley serving up scrumptious Thanksgiving dinners.

1. Spread Eagle Tavern

If you’re looking for a cozy and inviting atmosphere to enjoy your Thanksgiving feast, consider reserving at Spread Eagle Tavern & Inn. Spread Eagle is in Hanoverton, Ohio and this is one of the busiest times of year for the local eatery.

This restaurant is serving up the Thanksgiving classics on a special menu. Reservations are filling up fast, so give them a call at (330) 223-1583 to snag a spot.

2. The Vineyards at Pine Lake

The Vineyards at Pine Lake is a new winery here in the Valley. It’s nestled next to Pine Lake with relaxing views to admire as you wine and dine.

The event is hosted as a Thanksgiving Day Buffet at the vineyard’s banquet center. Those who are interested must purchase tickets in advance. The Thanksgiving Day buffet runs from 1pm-4pm.

If you have questions, give The Vineyards at Pine Lake a call at (330) 549-0195.

3. DiLucia’s Catering Service & Banquet Facility

For those who prefer to eat in Trumbull County, consider having Thanksgiving dinner at DiLucia’s. Located on Elm Road NE in Warren, DiLucia’s is serving up a delicious holiday feast. This is a popular spot in the area for Thanksgiving dinner with mouthwatering food, and their Facebook hints that there are very few reservations available.

To contact DiLucia’s about Thanksgiving dinner, give them a call at (330) 372-3813.

4. The Chophouse

Also located in Warren, The Chophouse is open on Thanksgiving Day for those looking for a traditional dinner as well as additional options. If a turkey dinner doesn’t tempt your taste buds, you can try their honey glazed ham, Atlantic salmon, or almond crusted chicken with cranberry glaze. A 12oz New York strip steak is also available.

Chophouse is taking reservations by calling (330) 856-2121.

5. The Feed & Sing

If you’re tight on cash this year, Feed & Sing has a generous offer for those living here in the Valley. Located in Salem, The Feed & Sing is a new restaurant that replaced the famous Mason’s Steakhouse. However, Feed & Sing is making its own name in the community, and they are offering free Thanksgiving Day dinner on a first come, first serve basis.

If you plan to head to The Feed & Sing for Thanksgiving, free dinner is available from 2pm-6pm. The restaurant’s Facebook indicates this offering is to give thanks for all the gifts they received this year.

Enjoy turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, pumpkin pie, live music, and more. Contact The Feed & Sing at (330) 817-0028.

Wishing You a Happy, Healthy Thanksgiving & Holiday Season

Whether you spend Thanksgiving at home or out on the town, we hope you enjoy the season and time with friends and family!