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Not cooking this year? If so, there are a few places where you can get your eat on Thanksgiving Day.

via Fox 28 Columbus

Buca di Beppo, Lindey’s in German Village, Nicola in Upper Arlington and Tucci’s in Dublin are a few of the places which will be open. Matt the Miller’s will be open with a Thanksgiving-style buffet.

“Not everybody has a huge family to cook for,” said Rebecca Frederick at Matt the Miller’s in Grandview Heights. “To be honest, not everyone wants to cook when they’re finally off on the holidays so it’s kind of nice to let someone else do the work for you.”

The restaurant said it has only has a few reservations left.

If you’re looking for something to do after dinner, Oddfellow’s Liquor Bar in the Short North will also be open.

“We asked our bartenders who wanted to work and a couple of people volunteered,” said Dylan Wayman, one of the co-owners of Oddfellow’s. “We said you can have the day off if you want but they volunteered because they love working here so much.”

They said they will be open from 8pm until around 1am for everyone without family in town. “We opened last year just to give those homeless kids a place to go, have a drink with each other and enjoy your Thanksgiving like everybody else,” he said.

They will also be open for everyone with family in town too. “Three to four hours with the family and it’s time for a stiff one,” Wayman said.

If you’re looking for something else, Bob Evans, Tee Jay’s and the Cracker Barrel will also be open.