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Harvey Who!?

On what turned out to be the first night since Harvey that anybody felt like partying, the Young Supporters of the Alley Theatre, which was badly damaged in the storm, defiantly gathered in large numbers — at least 250 — to kick off the 2017-1018 cultural season and raise funds for the storied institution. Monsour Taghdisi donated his high-tech-glam Life HTX space, whose larger-than-life projection screens sported old movie posters from Spartacus and others, highlighting chairs Kathleen and Scotty Reynolds’ vintage-Hollywood theme. DJ Senega kept the dance floor full all night, with revelers fueled up on fun food from Underbelly. Biscuits with shaved ham and whipped Dijon, anyone? The total till: nearly $60K.

Trey McDonald, Lauren Reed, Kara Smith, Kristyn Story

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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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