This Thanksgiving, restaurants are trying to treat the wounds of a difficult year, with several staying open for the holiday for the first time and others offering expanded or lower-priced menu options to entice diners. RELATED STORY: Restaurants ready to kick off holiday seasonAndina, a Peruvian Restaurant in Portland, Ore., is one of many restaurant that plans to stay open on Thanksgiving for the first time. The reasons, according to the restaurant’s publicist, were “the economy, and the ...

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