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Rcommendatins for Thanksgiving Dinner/Boston/Providence area, PLS.

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I am looking for recommendations for Thanksgiving Dinner. We are a small family of four. I know it is a bit late but I decided last evening it probably would be more festive to go out. We live in the Boston area and could easily have dinner in or around the Boston area or the Providence area. I know there are wonderful restaurants out there. We often eat out but it's been years since we went out for Thanksgiving Dinner. We did do the Publick House in Sturbridge one year when my children were very young. I have heard the Publick House is not what it used to be. Any tried and true suggestions for either area would be most appreciated.
Thank you, ET

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