Ready for Thanksgiving? 5 Places to Fuel Up

Feeling a bit peckish? Need a caffeinated pick-me-up? Consider a stop at any of these eateries and coffee shops.

Dining-out options aren't exactly plentiful on Thanksgiving, but there are definitely places to grab a quick bite. Here are some choices for you if you're on the road and need a pick-me-up on Thursday.

827 W. Ann Arbor Trail
Coffee fiends will be grateful that Starbucks is open from 6 a.m.-4 p.m., perfect for giving thanks for that Pumpkin Spice or Eggnog latte, or for that jolt of potent brew to get you through all the celebrating.

44681 Ann Arbor Road West
If you can't get through the day without a slice or pie or an omelette, consider a stop at our old checker-overalled friend. The eatery will be open 7 a.m.-1 p.m. on Turkey Day, a good way to start the day or celebrate it if you're inclined to dine early and without all the fuss.

15257 N. Beck Road
For Turkey Day dining without all the fuss, consider Max & Erma's, open 11 a.m.-midnight. They're taking reservations and offering Thanksgiving Day menu options, including a $14.99 meal with soup or salad, turkey and all-you-can eat sides, plus pumpkin pie for dessert. Kids' options and drink specials available, too.

15075 N. Beck Road

Craving pasta? Steak? A burger? Ribs? Anything but turkey? (Though they'll have something turkey on the menu, too.) Consider stopping at Ruby Tuesday, open from noon-10 p.m.

39550 Ann Arbor Road East
Denny's will be open all day, sticking to its 24-hour schedule, so whether you need something at 4 a.m. or 4 p.m. or a late-night pick-me-up, there you go.

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