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We can't have turkeys as pets in Seattle, but we can eat them. Photo via Diane Beckwith-Zink/ Flickr.

Here is another round of Seattle restaurants that will be serving up Thanksgiving dinners.

The Frontier Room
Belltown’s barbecue joint is getting its smokers ready for an a la carte Thanksgiving dinner with Southern flare. Start with hushpuppies, then choose from smoked turkey, barbecue salmon, brisket, or pork (all include the traditional accompaniments), and finish with pumpkin or pecan pie. 4:30–11, 206-956-7427, a la carte only

Capitol Cider
Gluten free? A fan of cider? Looking to have an early Thanksgiving meal? If you answered yes to any of these questions, Capitol Cider has what you're looking for: a three-course gluten-free meal, with optional cider pairings on Monday, November 25. Dinner starts with a chicory salad followed by turkey with a gluten-free cornbread stuffing, finished with a few pie options, and probably more ciders. Reservations by phone are recommended. 5:30—11, 206-397-3564, $45/three-course prix fixe

Hunt Club at Sorrento Hotel
The elegant hotel on First Hill is going the buffet route for Thanksgiving dinner. From the menu it looks like it will be a large spread. Starters and sides like roasted pumpkin and farro salad, poached prawns, and mushroom bread pudding will make it a task to save room for the turkey, prime rib, and dessert. Noon–8, 206-343-6156, adults $64 and children $19

Barking Frog at Willows Lodge
The Woodinville lodge has two offerings for Thanksgiving. The Barking Frog will have an a la carte menu with a variety of traditional offerings. The dessert alone—an apple cranberry crumble with cinnamon stick ice cream—caught our attention but the main course of turkey breast with turkey confit bread pudding clinches the deal. A buffet is also being offered in the lodge’s ballroom. Barking Frog: 1–8, 425-424-2999, a la carte only. Buffet seatings at 1, 1:15, 4:30, and 4:45, adults $65 and children $35

Boka Restaurant and Bar
For a Thanksgiving dinner downtown, Boka has added some bird-day dishes to their menu. A pumpkin soup, an American heritage turkey with all the dressings, and a pumpkin pie for dessert will mean you can leave full of Thanksgiving joy (or just full). The rest of the menu is also featured so you could start with mussels in paprika broth or tuna poke.  8–11am, 1–8pm, 206-357-9000, a la carte only

Argosy Thanksgiving Dinner Cruise
If waterfront seating is not quite enough, take to the water. Argosy's Thanksgiving dinner will be served while cruising on Elliot Bay. The three-course menu keeps to traditon with and option to sub for salmon, vegtable lasagne, or a stuffed pork chop. 2–5, 206-623-1445, three-course prix fixe (with cruise included) adults $72, seniors $65, and children $39

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