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Anyone know of any restaurants that will be having a Thanksgiving Buffet this year? Is Brothers Two out of service? I remember someone suggested a place in Endwell that started with an "A" but I can't find anything on that neither. Thanks for any assistance.

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Anyone know of any restaurants that will be having a Thanksgiving Buffet this year? Is Brothers Two out of service? I remember someone suggested a place in Endwell that started with an "A" but I can't find anything on that neither. Thanks for any assistance.

Brothers Two went out of business earlier this year. The owners of the Broadway Diner bought the building and are remodeling it as a banquet hall.

 

http://www.binghamtonhomepage.com/news/local-news/new-owners-transform-brothers-2-building-into-banquet-hall/683163458

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Thanks, forgot about the Silo...I had just found a place called "Fred's Inn" (Norwich?) and booked them before I read your suggestion, anyone know if Fred's is good? Again thanks. ...

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Doesn't the Treadway (or whatever it's called now) in Owego still have a Thanksgiving special? I know my mom and I went there a few times in the late 90s or early 00s.

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Just saw an ad from Jonathan's on Hooper Rd on their buffet on thanksgiving. $17.95. Opens at 11:30am. I'd post a picture of it if I could here.

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My dad's house but it isn't open to the public :D .

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I lost my mom just over two years ago she was 87. I still feel compelled to carry out the tradition of preparing a thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings even though I am now alone. The doors to my home are always open to my friends and I am certain that I will entertain several on Thanksgiving Day with food and drink! Performing this labor of love helps me to reminisce of happier times! I could not be happier doing anything else!

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There's nothing like a superbly HOME COOKED MEAL you can go out for food anytime Thanksgiving is for family and friends.

Depends on the family situation. As you get older and/or family passes or moves on, preparing a traditional home Thankgiving meal for one or two makes little sense.

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I lost my mom just over two years ago she was 87. I still feel compelled to carry out the tradition of preparing a thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings even though I am now alone. The doors to my home are always open to my friends and I am certain that I will entertain several on Thanksgiving Day with food and drink! Performing this labor of love helps me to reminisce of happier times! I could not be happier doing anything else!

 

I am sorry for the loss of your mom Stray. Her spirit never left you and is still with you in everything you do. She can be proud to know you are carrying on the Thanksgiving Traditions that both of you shared together. What wonderful memories you have of the holiday. To open your doors to friends on Thanksgiving is wonderful. I wish you many blessings and happiness during the coming holidays. Our door is open to you and everyone here not only on holidays but all year long.

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I lost my mom two yrs at the young age of 89, she allways had tons of food and her door was open to anyone. The characters that would come made our Thanksgiving . Now that I no longer live there I still have a big TDAY but it's Ditfferent, I still have friends and family but the Turkey is deep fried ! Last year we made four birds had about 30 people and plenty to eat and drink only a more western theme. I hope everyone can share the day with someone and give thanks for what we have.

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I lost my mom two yrs at the young age of 89, she allways had tons of food and her door was open to anyone. The characters that would come made our Thanksgiving . Now that I no longer live there I still have a big TDAY but it's Ditfferent, I still have friends and family but the Turkey is deep fried ! Last year we made four birds had about 30 people and plenty to eat and drink only a more western theme. I hope everyone can share the day with someone and give thanks for what we have.

 

I am sorry about the loss of your mom Bubba . Bless your Heart.. What wonderful memories you have of your mom and the Thanksgiving Holiday. I like your idea of a western themed Thanksgiving and it sounds as if your family and friends also enjoyed themselves. Have a terrific Thanksgiving Holiday. .

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