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You're just realizing it's the day before Thanksgiving and you haven't made any dinner arrangements. What do you do?

You could put those fingers to work and dial the numbers of families and friends to see if there's extra room for you, or savage the last turkey at the grocers to cook at home. If none of those options work for you, there's a watering hole that has a seat with your name on it.

Every year, various bars in the Greater Houston area open their doors along with their hearts to serve dinner on Thanksgiving. The feasts are open to all and are free of cost. No reservations are needed, just show up.

Does this sound like you're kind of Thanksgiving? If so, make a quick trip to the store to purchase a side dish, after all, you don't want to be rude and come completely empty handed. Enjoy your turkey with all the fixings, beer specials, and the football game on the screens with your new found friends and family at one of the following bars:





Have a Pre-Thanksgiving dinner with the good folks at Cruiser's Icehouse, down in Santa Fe, Wednesday, November 23rd. There will be plenty of turkey and dressing, but if you want, you can bring a dish or two to share. Dinner will be served at 2 p.m.


Cruiser's Icehouse
9002 Fm 2004
Santa Fe, TX 77510
(409) 925-4778

Griffs Irish Pub is inviting everyone to their Thanksgiving Feast. Beginning at 11 a.m., turkey with all the fixings and other Thanksgiving fare will be offered at no cost.

Griff's
3416 Roseland
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 528-9912

Make Thanksgiving plans with 20 Below Sports Lounge. They'll serve turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and rolls, all which are complimentary, all you need to do is bring yourself. Dinner will be served at 2 p.m.

20 Below Sports Lounge
3111 North Fry Road
Katy, TX 77449
(281) 579-2008

If you don't have Thanksgiving plans, The County Line Bar and Grill would like for you to join them. They're offering a free Thanksgiving buffet that include turkey as the main attraction. Guests are encouraged to bring a side dish or dessert. Dinner will begin at 1 p.m.


The County Line Bar and Grill
19412 FM 1093
Richmond, TX 77407
(281) 398-4800

Mac's Sports Bar -n- Grill. is offering a free Thanksgiving buffet.

Mac's Sports Bar -n- Grill.
12650 Telge
Cypress, TX 77429
(281) 758-0100

Whether you live in San Leon or not, you're welcomed to pull up a seat and join 18th Street Pier Bar and Grill and other bar patrons at the dinner table. The bar will offer anyone who joins them free turkey, stuffing, and other traditional Thanksgiving dishes at 5 p.m.


18th Street Pier Bar and Grill
101 18th Street
San Leon, TX 77539
(281) 339-2600





Win a Thanksgiving Dinner for Two at The Concert Pub Bar & Grill


It's going to be a rockin' Thanksgiving at The Concert Pub Bar & Grill. The bar's Northwest Houston location will be open with live music entertainment and a jive turkey for eating. You can dine on the house by winning one of ten dinners the bar is offering. Like the Richmond Avenue location or FM 1960 location page on Facebook, then enter to win dinner for two by sending an email. Submit entries by 6 p.m. until Thanksgiving Day. Dinner will be served from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.





Don't forget there's also the Houston Thanksgiving Big Feast and Super Feast


Local bars aren't the only ones serving free meals on Thanksgiving. The City Wide Club and Waste Management are offering Thanksgiving dinners to those in need and those without Thanksgiving plans. The City Wide Club's Thanksgiving Big Feast is from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the George R. Brown Convention Center, while Waste Management's Superfeast is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of Houston City Hall and Tranquility Park.

Since Thanksgiving is all about giving, why not give of your time and volunteer? Both events will be serving many hungry Houstonians and extra assistance would be greatly appreciated. Contact both events or just show up to if interested in volunteering.




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