Baton Rouge restaurants open for Thanksgiving
BATON ROUGE- Stores are not the only ones opening up early for Black Friday. Many restaurants are also expecting big crowds for Thanksgiving.
Turkey and dressing is being replaced by things like sushi and soy sauce in places like Nagoya Restaurant. It is one of several eateries along Sherwood Forest Boulevard with an, "Open on Thanksgiving" sign in the window.
Some customers say eating out means less hassle and more time with family. Others say it is more of a one-time deal. They do not plan on replacing their more traditional Thanksgiving Day meal.
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