Restaurants Open in Wichita Falls on Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving can be hectic. Family and friends fill the house and the sound of football and holiday programming fills the air. While it’s fun to catch up with guests, it can be a lot of work to put on a Thanksgiving feast. Luckily there are a few restaurants in Wichita Falls that will be open on Thanksgiving, serving up dinner and letting you keep your sanity.
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Applebee’s | 2911 Kemp Blvd.
The full menu will be offered on Turkey Day, but if you’re wanting a traditional feast you can chow down on turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberries, and veggies.
Buffalo Wild Wings | 3111 Midwestern Parkway
Looking to catch the big game and have a tall beer while you’re at it? Swing by BWW for dinner and drinks, then stop by again when you get those late night Black Friday munchies! They’ll be open from 3:00pm Thanksgiving Day until 6:00am Black Friday morning.
Cracker Barrel | 2400 Sierra Dr.
After filling up customers with their tasty breakfast, the restaurant will serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal starting at around 11:00am. You can expect turkey, ham, and all the trimmings!
Denny’s | 1206 Central Freeway and 4301 Kemp Blvd.
Denny’s is serving up their full menu all day long, including mouthwatering omelettes and more traditional fare that will satisfy your Thanksgiving hunger.
Golden Corral | 3812 Kemp Blvd.
In addition to their normal menu, the restaurant will be serving up traditional Thanksgiving fare so you don’t have to make a mess of your kitchen.
IHOP | 1004 Broad St. and 4025 Southwest Pkwy.
The full menu at IHOP offers something to satisfy everyone in your group. From fluffy pancakes to turkey, you’ll find whatever you’re craving on Turkey Day.
McDonald’s | Various Locations
Their stores will be open all day, so if you get a Big Mac attack, you’re set!
Starbucks | 2908 Kemp Blvd.
Stop in for some sweet treats before or after dinner. Who wants to make pumpkin pie when you can have a pumpkin spice latte?