Disney Parks restaurants to offer tantalizing turkey dinners this Thanksgiving

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Are you planning to spend your Thanksgiving at a Disney park? If so, don’t settle for a normal Disney park dinner. Several restaurants throughout Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort will be serving special Thanksgiving meals.

At Magic Kingdom, Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn and Cafe will be serving up a feast that consists of turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, cranberry sauce and gravy. Sunshine Seasons in Epcot will also be serving a meal that includes the same.

Over at Disney Springs, you can find an Asian twist on the traditional Thanksgiving meal at Morimoto Asia. Here, you can try the Peking Turkey Dinner, served with roasted pork fried rice “stuffing,” Japanese-style candied yams, cranberry-litchi chutney and Szechuan peppercorn gravy.

Also at Disney Springs, Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ will be serving a roast turkey special. And be sure to keep an eye out for their special pumpkin bread pudding dessert throughout the month of December as well.

Over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, you can find another twist on the classic Thanksgiving meal when you journey into Pandora – The World of Avatar. Here, you can visit Satu’li Canteen for a wood-grilled roasted turkey breast with gravy, apple and sage stuffing, green beans, orange marmalade glazed sweet potatoes with candied pecans, mashed potatoes and cranberry boba pearls. And for dessert, you’ll find a delicious pumpkin cheesecake mousse.

On the west coast, visit Cars Land in Disney California Adventure for a more traditional meal. Flo’s V8 Cafe will be serving up rotisserie-roasted turkey breast with gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, seasonal vegetables and orange-cranberry sauce.

At Disneyland Park, visit French Market Restaurant for slow-roasted turkey breast with apricot stuffing, market mashed potatoes, home-style gravy, seasonal vegetables and cranberry relish, topped off with a 5” pumpkin pie for dessert!

Who says you have to give up your holiday traditions if your spending Thanksgiving at the Disney parks? These meals will make you feel right at home!

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