Your Thanksgiving Pregame Guide

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November 14, 2019 / By / 1 Comment

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it is the perfect time to prepare for the mouthfuls of food you will be taking in. Any of the restaurants listed below will satisfy your pre-Thanksgiving cravings. As with most things, practice makes perfect, so #RideDCTA and head to any of the restaurants to get your reps in before Thanksgiving Day!


Sweetwater Grill & Tavern (Denton Connect Route 7)

Denton’s historic Square is home to many great restaurants, one of which is Sweetwater Grill and Tavern. You can never go wrong with great food and music, which is exactly what Sweetwater Grill and Tavern brings to the table. You’ll be stuffed like a turkey after eating here! From burgers to southern comfort to Tex-Mex, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Ride our Denton Connect Route 7 to get there!

Queenie’s Steakhouse (Denton Connect Route 7)

In true Thanksgiving feast fashion, seconds, thirds and even fourth rounds of food are recommended if not insisted upon.  Queenie’s Steakhouse offers three separate, mouth-watering courses that will satisfy any and all pre-Thanksgiving cravings you may have. To top it all off, if you visit Queenie’s for a Friday or Saturday night feast, you will come across a multitude of sensational doughnut treats with their late-night, out-the-side-door offerings! What better way to end a Thanksgiving rehearsal dinner than with a savory doughnut! Hop on our Denton Connect Route 7 to get there.

Highland Village

Hillside Fine Grill (Highland Village Connect Shuttle)

Have you ever wished you had more room in your stomach so that you could continue eating a delicious meal? Hillside Fine Grill will have you unbuttoning your pants in hopes of creating more space in your stomach for a few more tasty bites. Their buttery whipped potatoes and fresh green beans paired with any entrée will leave you wanting more but don’t worry, that’s what to-go boxes were made for! Take a ride on our Highland Village Connect Shuttle to get there!

Shoal Creek Tavern (Highland Village Connect Shuttle)

Gobble up some food at Shoal Creek Tavern in Highland Village!  Shoal Creek Tavern is a gastropub with tons of tasty foods for your pre-Thanksgiving outing including steaks, seafood, pizzas, Tex-Mex, Southern cooking, and much more! What truly sets Shoal Creek Tavern apart is its atmosphere. There are seats in the tavern that welcome quiet, intimate conversations and others that welcome loud, lively conversations. Shoal Creek Tavern will suit your fancy with whatever delectable entrée and atmosphere you choose! #RideDCTA and take a trip on our Highland Village Connect Shuttle to get there!


Tierney’s Café and Tavern (Lewisville Connect Route 22)

For a more casual Thanksgiving pre-game, head to Tierney’s Café and Tavern. Tierney’s Café and Tavern’s home-cooked styled dishes and desserts make it the perfect spot for family and friends to have a pre-Thanksgiving dinner. After devouring your meal at Tierney’s Café and Tavern, you will want to go into hibernation for at least a week. #RideDCTA and hop on our Lewisville Connect Route 22 after dinner to head home to get the best sleep of your life.

54th Street Restaurant and Drafthouse (Lewisville Connect Route 22)

Head over to 54th Street Restaurant and Drafthouse for a pre-Thanksgiving outing with a retro-style atmosphere. Most food offered at 54th Street is made from scratch, and as our grandparents have proven, food is ALWAYS better made from scratch. Pasta, deep Southern favorites, salads, sandwiches, steaks and much more are waiting for you to try at 54th Street Restaurant and Drafthouse, so hop on our Lewisville Connect Route 22 today to get your grub on!

Thanksgiving will be here before you know it, so practice your eating technique before it’s too late! Which restaurants we listed do you plan on trying for your pre-Thanksgiving feast? Let us know in the comment section below!

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1 Comment

  1. Thanks, it’s a real fun! I should mention that it is more safe to visit a well-equipped restaurants.

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