Wanting to avoid the stress of cooking for days, or maybe wanting to enjoy the tastes of home but find yourself alone. Fear not, as there are folks excited to share the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday with you. One thing we love about North Dakota is that holidays are an open door. And so this list of locations offering a warm, comfortable place to grab a hot meal; may be just what you are looking to do.


1. Mandan Eagles Club

Located on the lower level at 1400 Collins Ave., Mandan, ND. Serving 12pmCST to 2pmCST. Expect a traditional Thanksgiving meal with no set charge. Free will donations are appreciated and all proceeds go to the Central Humane Society. For updates, check their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/TheMandanEagles

Tigger & BEC
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2. First Presbyterian Church of Bismarck "Thanksgiving Day Dinner".

Time: 5:30pmCST. The meal will be served at The Dream Center located at 1805 Park Ave. The meal is provided for anyone who may be without family, single parents and their children, the homeless, senior citizens, and those seeking fellowship. All are welcome. For more information, click here.


3. Marlin's Family Restaurant

All You Can Eat Buffet! Nothing is being left out on this divine option for Thanksgiving buffet. Located conveniently right off of Interstate 94 on the east side of Bismarck in the Exit 161 truck bypass. Want to start drooling? Read the buffet offerings: roasted herb turkey with all the trimmings including the gravy, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, plus pork loin and FRIED shrimp. Now if that's not enough, they'll also have the traditional pies and the special ones that Marlin's is known to have. ALL you can eat, Prices: Adult: $17.00, Children, 10 & under: $7.99. Thanksgiving buffet will be 10amCST to 3pmCST. Regular hours for all other menu items. For more information, click here.

Marlin's Family Restaurant
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