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Posted at 1:44 PM ET, 11/22/2010

More options for eating out on Thanksgiving

By Justin Rude

Last week I posted a collection of intriguing holiday dining options. Now, time is getting short and reservation books are filling up for some of the places on my list: 701 and Blue Duck Tavern are essentially full, and the Life Affirming Vegetarian feast's RSVP deadline has passed.

Want some more ideas? Bond 45 in National Harbor and Il Fornaio in Reston will be offering Italian-American takes on the holiday, and both have open tables. If you want to avoid turkey and trimmings altogether -- Me Jana in Arlington will be open on Thanksgiving, serving its menu of Lebanese favorites.

And, some of my picks from last week still have tables available: you can still find a seat at Carmine's, Bibiana, Buddha Bar, Rasika, Bourbon Steak and aboard the Spirit of Washington.

By Justin Rude  | November 22, 2010; 1:44 PM ET
Categories:  Holiday, Restaurants  
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