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It takes a lot of effort to host Thanksgiving at your house. With turkey preparation, side dishes cooked to perfection, and hours in the kitchen, so it totally makes sense if you’d rather dine out on Turkey Day. Whether you need a quick coffee and breakfast before hitting the road or a place to grab dinner on the way home, plenty of fast food restaurants have your back.
While the following places generally stay open on Thanksgiving, call to confirm with the location closest to you is before heading out. Some of them operate on a holiday schedule, meaning they might follow limited hours.
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Boston Market is always open on Thanksgiving. Enjoy a Boneless Roasted Turkey Breast or a Half Rotisserie Chicken with two regular sides, a dinner roll and a slice of Apple or Pumpkin Pie.
Select restaurants will be open, just call your local Popeyes restaurant for more information. If you’re spending Thanksgiving at home, you can pick up one of Popeyes’ delicious Cajun Style Turkeys that’s already pre-cooked, hand-rubbed, and seasoned ahead of the holiday to serve at your gathering.
Starbucks stores are happy to welcome customers on Thanksgiving in select stores. Store hours vary by location — plus, stores may occasionally adjust their hours based on business and customer needs.
Each Subway restaurant is individually owned and operated so participation may vary as the owners determine holiday hours. Guests are advised to call ahead to their closet location.
If you’re craving a slider on Thanksgiving Day, you’re in luck. The restaurant is confirmed to be open this holiday.
Locations across the country will be open on Thanksgiving and will have specialty cakes for the holiday. Guests are encouraged to order ahead to ensure they have a sweet treat to bring to their celebrations.
Generally, all corporate stores remain open on Thanksgiving though select franchise locations may be closed.
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