We're looking to eat out, in Philadelphia, on Thanksgiving Day. 7 people, I believe, 3 generations, grandparents, parents and children (youngest 14, but knows how to behave, order, and eat, even in "fancy" places, like The Fountain).
We're open to beffets, a la carte, willing to spend some money for a nice experience. I don't think we want anything completely removed from the traditional US meal (menu should at least include turkey, stuffung, etc. as an option), but someplace with additional choices would be good too. I guess that's beginning to sound like a buffet. Point is, someplace with a nice atmosphere, reliably good food and service, that won't rush or ignore diners, but will still be aware of us when we need something.
Pie in the sky? Maybe. If you have any suggestions, please let me know.
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