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    Easy Tiger: Roll Out Your Turkey

    The Tiger's beer garden will be closed on the 22nd, but the bakery will be open that morning – the better to enhance your turkey-powered Taboo tournaments with freshly baked dinner rolls and hand-cut, perfect-for-stuffing croutons. Note: There will be limited availability on Thanksgiving and the day before, but that's why we buy early. Make sure to place your orders at least two days in advance – and by 5pm on Nov. 20 – for this bready artisanal goodness.
    Nov. 15-22
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    Alamo Drafthouse: Thanksgiving Dinner With a Movie

    Establishing shot, XCU: Roast turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and a big ol' slice of pecan pie. And you get to eat it while watching a movie, because the Alamo Drafthouse is inviting you in to gobble 'til you wobble. To reserve your dinner, purchase any film ticket for Thanksgiving Day; after you select the seats, you'll be able to add the turkey dinner to your order.
    Thu., Nov. 22
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    Bird Bird Biscuit: Get 'em for your Turkeyday!

    It's no secret that we love what these guys are cooking up. And now you and your family can love it together during that big annual reunion-and-TV-watching shindig – or, like some of us, you can just sit there and happily stuff yourself, alone, in your miserable apartment. Either way, you can pre-order a half-dozen buttermilk biscuits for pick-up on Thanksgiving morning, for just $15. Note: Orders should be emailed to Brandon@birdbirdbiscuit.com.
    Through Nov. 20.
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    Smoked Turkeys From Rudy’s BBQ

    Rudy’s BBQ is offering whole smoked turkeys for the holiday season! Stop by any one of their five Austin locations to reserve yours today – or order that tasty bird online.
    Deadline to pick up your vittles is Nov. 19-21. $50.

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