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The Annie, photo by Jenn Duncan

To cook, reheat, dine-in or takeout? For Thanksgiving 2020, that is the question. With Covid still on the rise, and officials advising the public to exercise caution, whether you choose to celebrate at a restaurant or at home will come down to a personal choice. Either way, Houston-area restaurants are ready to serve, with options ranging from an utterly decadent, eat-until-you-can-eat-no-more feast at Benjamin Berg's brand new Turner's, to the homier, take-out comforts tried and true places like Cleburne Cafeteria. Where will you and your family celebrate Thanksgiving? Here are 32 restaurants that will do the cooking for you.

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Uni pasta with white truffle at Bludorn

White truffles from Alba, Italy, one of the most coveted and expensive delicacies in the world, have arrived in Houston for the 2020 season. "White truffles are usually available from September to December," says chef Aaron Bludorn of Bludorn Restaurant. Their limited availability adds to their allure.

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Mystical Mountaintops

Among breathtaking scenery and a colorful local culture steeped in mindfulness, globetrotters find inner peace in Thailand’s capital of the North.

A bike tour departs just after 8 a.m. in Mae Rim, a district in the Northern Thai Province of Chiang Mai. Pedaling through a residential area, a lone water buffalo is grazing lazily on a wide green pasture in someone’s backyard. A few blocks over, locals gather along open-air stands for breakfast of steamed rice cakes, Chiang Mai sausage and fried street foods, the delicious aromas wafting through the air. 

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