5 Places in South Jersey Where You Can Have a No Fuss Thanksgiving Day
Although it is traditional to have Thanksgiving in the comfort of your own home or a family member's home, sometimes it's just nice to shake up the usual routine. In fact, you can find multiple places around South Jersey that will make your Thanksgiving a little simpler this year.
Most places are usually closed for holidays, but some do stay open. Many restaurants take this opportunity to invite customers to spend the holidays with them. From nice rustic taverns to oceanfront locations, we have come up with several places where you can enjoy a nice meal on Turkey Day.
Spending your Thanksgiving at Smithville is a great way to get into the holiday spirit!
At the Historic Smithville Inn, enjoy a buffet-style dinner with tons of options to choose from. Unless you are a party of 10 or more, it is a "first come, first serve" event. Make sure to have your plates (and stomachs) ready for some awesome food!
If you are looking for a Thanksgiving dinner by the beach, look no further than the Flanders Hotel.
Enjoy a Thanksgiving buffet on November 23rd from noon till 3pm. They are taking reservations now, so make sure to book yourself in advance!
If you want a less modern setting for your dinner, check out Ye Olde Centerton Inn for Thanksgiving!
According to bestofnj.com, the Thanksgiving extravaganza will be held from 1:00-7:00pm on November 23rd this year. Reservations are by phone, so make sure to call ASAP!
In Cherry Hill, NJ, there is an awesome restaurant called Seasons 52.
Although it is a bit further from the Jersey Shore, it is still a wonderful place to have Thanksgiving dinner! Reserve your spot now for the Thanksgiving dinner event happening at Seasons 52!
Another hot spot for Thanksgiving in Cherry Hill, NJ is the world famous restaurant, The Capital Grille.
Dine in style this holiday season at The Capital Grille and be treated like royalty from 11am till 9pm on Thanksgiving Day! Reservations are available now, so make sure you lock in your spot now!