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A Morro Bay Thanksgiving 2018

11/14/2018

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Thanksgiving is about three things: being mindful about what we have, spending time with friends and family, and eating food…lots of food. 

 

Here’s a list of restaurants open this Thanksgiving.  Enjoy a traditional meal or try something new this year.  You can even adventure on your own food tour – stopping at multiple locations to try various dishes.  Whatever you choose to eat, it is sure to be delicious holiday in Morro Bay. 

 

Eat in

Stop at one of these grocers and spend the day enjoying the parade and football games from the comfort of your hotel room.

-Albertsons

-Cookie Crock Warehouse

-Spencer’s Fresh Market

 

Enjoy a traditional meal out on the town

Don’t miss out on all the expected flavors of the season.  Reserve your spot at one of these restaurants serving holiday menus.  Space is limited, so call early to reserve your spot. 

-Dorn’s Café

-Grill Hut

-Harbor Hut

-Hungry Fisherman

-Window’s on the Water

-60 State Park Restaurant & Lounge (at the Inn at Morro Bay)

 

Join our community celebration

Volunteer to help serve at the Morro Bay Community Thanksgiving Dinner.  Or enjoy your own Thanksgiving meal at the Morro Bay Community Center – everyone is welcome. 

Call Morro Bay Seniors at (805) 772-4421 to volunteer.  Dinner served from 1-3pm.    

 

Start a new tradition

There is so much more to eat on Thanksgiving than just Turkey.  Try the seasonal crab and local oysters, or international cuisine.  Some business hours are limited so be sure to call to confirm. 

-Blue Sky Bistro

-Candy Fish

-Carla’s Country Kitchen

-Chapala Mexican Grill

-Harada Japanese

-Kitty’s Kitchen

-Maya Mexican Food

-Mis Casa Mexican Restaurant

-Rose’s Steak & Seafood

-Thai Bounty & Milanes

-Libertine Pub

 

And be sure to stick around Morro Bay all weekend.  We got crowd-free holiday shopping, live entertainment, and outdoor family fun to round out your Thanksgiving break.  Not to mention: more food to enjoy.