Dining Poll: When Does Your Appetite for Thanksgiving Leftovers End?

Some folks don’t like to dine out on Thanksgiving because they fear they’ll miss out on the leftovers — and the joy of making a turkey-gravy-stuffing-cranberry sammie at 11PM that night. However, many restaurants are now offering leftovers to-go for diners who want the best of both worlds (delicious, fuss-free restaurant fare and a reason to raid the fridge for a few days). Regardless of how many leftovers I take home, I’m kind of done with turkey and all the trimmings after two days (Thursday included). Let us know what your Thanksgiving food threshold is in today’s dining poll.

Have Your Turkey and Eat It (the Next Day), Too at Tria Restaurant in Minnesota

You enjoy Chef Brian Bossert’s Thanksgiving specials at Tria — and at home!

Dining out on Thanksgiving has always seemed like a no-brainer to us – no shopping, no cooking, no cleaning, and no dishes. But, some folks don’t want to hit the easy button for one reason – no leftovers. Thankfully, restaurants have heard your cries for next-day turkey sammies, and some are now offering leftovers to go.

Tria Restaurant in North Oaks, Minnesota, will be serving traditional Thanksgiving favorites, plus, they are offering turkey leftovers to take home. Guests wanting to honor the day-after Thanksgiving tradition of turkey sandwiches can purchase Tria’s to-go package. It includes cranberries, dressing, turkey, and buns – enough for six sandwiches, all for only $15. “There’s nothing better than a turkey sandwich,” notes Chef Bossert. “I grew up with day-after, cold turkey rolled in lefse (a Swedish flatbread). Lefse is almost like a tortilla except it’s made out of potatoes. My sister in Oakland just made 80 pieces for herself and to share with friends!”

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Daily Dining Poll: Do You Leave Your Leftovers?

If you don’t clean your plate when dining out, do you ask for the rest of your meal to be wrapped? Share your thoughts on leaving — or leaving with — your leftovers when dining out.