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What Restaurants Are Open On Thanksgiving In Sacramento, California

Cameron Eittreim
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Turkey day is almost here, and dining in can sometimes be a pain. If you want to avoid having to clean up after a massive family feast, there are restaurants open for business on turkey day. Sacramento has a diverse restaurant scene with plenty of locations to choose from. The culture in Sacramento is so diverse that there is cuisine available from almost every corner of the world. These are a few restaurants I have gone to in Sacramento. They are open on Thanksgiving and serve some wonderful food.
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Echo and Rig

500 J St Ste 150, Sacramento, CA 95814

There are all kinds of new dining and nightlife being pumped into the Sacramento Downtown area, and Echo and Rig is one of the newest stops. A famous butchery and restaurant based in Las Vegas, the establishment now calls the valley home. The location has many steak menu items to choose from, and the menu is mostly farm to fork, which means it's cool.

Then there is also the extensive drink menu, with many wines and cocktail drinks to choose from. The atmosphere is chic, yet welcoming, a subtle change from the average Thanksgiving dinner. If you want to do something out of the ordinary, then Echo and Rig
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Matteo’s Pizza & Bistro

5132 Arden Way, Carmichael, CA 95608

Although the last restaurant was a fairly different departure from the usual Thanksgiving fare, Matteo's Pizza & Bistro is also unique. Maybe you don't want the usual turkey or ham for thanksgiving. Instead, maybe you want to hang out with some friends and have some delicious pizza and watch the game.

The menu at Matteo's has been perfected over the years to suit just about every taste. The ingredients are freshly made every day. You will never taste a stale piece of pizza here. There is also the vast amount of different vegetables that you can combine to make the perfect pizza. The atmosphere is very family friendly, neat and clean. You won't have to worry about a lack of seating even if you have a large group.

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