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Kysha Harris | 11/16/2017, 1:44 p.m.
If hours of cooking for Thanksgiving is not your jam or your jelly, look no further than one of our ...
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If hours of cooking for Thanksgiving is not your jam or your jelly, look no further than one of our Harlem restaurants. Hit them up to dine in, order out or cater your meal. No harm, no foul.

By press time, we saw some menu options posted online. Sylvia’s is of course serving roasted turkey with traditional giblet cornbread stuffing and cranberry sauce, their famous barbecue ribs, glazed ham, fried or smothered chicken, grilled or fried catfish and other main dishes with their traditional sides.

Red Rooster Harlem also has their Thanksgiving menus posted for upstairs ($55 per person prix fixe) as does Ginny’s, where the holiday meal comes with live music for $65 per person. On that menu will be fried turkey, hot honey yardbird, herb roasted king salmon, barbecue braised short ribs and sides, including bourbon cranberry dressing, mac ‘n greens and maple sweet yams.

Whether at home or dining out, there is no reason not to gather and celebrate each other. Cheers!