Chains get creative with traditional dishes
While most Thanksgiving Day offerings include traditional dishes, some chains step out of the norm as they compete for consumers' business. Columbus, Ohio-based Max & Erma’s is not only open on Thanksgiving day, but the chain is also promoting a late night “fun-funky experience” after 9 p.m., when friends and family can gather for beer, trivia games and “frozen turkey bowling.” And Popeye’s Louisiana Kitchen takes the holiday's main ...
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