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Sons of Essex Reveals Thanksgiving Menu
Posted on: November 12th, 2012 at 12:16 pm by Elie
Certainly hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is already next week. As such, the neighborhood restaurants are beginning to roll out the annual “harvest” menus. Sons of Essex just released theirs. On Thanksgiving day, Thursday, November 22, $65 gets you the following four-course meal plus unlimited pumpkin ginger mimosas.
If interested, head here to make a reservation.
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