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Hi,

My husband and I are thinking of getting out of town for Thanksgiving and thought Door County would be good since it's a fairly easy drive from Chicago.

We've never been there before (just moved here) and are wondering what it will be like around Thanksgiving...would there be any restaurants open for a Thanksgiving dinner?

We don't mind doing outdoor activities in cold weather -- I'm assuming it will be cold -- but will other attractions be open in late November. The drive-in movie appeals to me!!

Thanks for any info!

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