Preparing for Thanksgiving at The Rivington
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching – warranting the question – are you ready for the holidays? For our residents who’d rather use their kitchen for hanging out than cooking, here are some great alternatives to homemade cooking here in Hoboken.
Amanda’s Restaurant on 908 Washington Street will be open and serviing Thanksgiving dinner this year. Serving all your favorite Thanksgiving classics, check their website to see their holiday menu: http://amandasrestaurant.com/special-events/
Another Hoboken eatery to check out this Thanksgiving is The Brass Rail. Book a table on right on their website for your family and friends this holiday season. http://thebrassrailnj.com/thanksgiving-dinner-deals-in-hoboken-nj/.
If you prefer staying right here at The Rivington and you need some help planning and preparing your Thanksgiving meal, most local supermarkets can cater the entire meal, or prepare the side-dishes and dessert while you cook your own turkey. Two such places here in Hoboken are Anthony David’s on 953 Bloomfield St. http://anthonydavids.com/ and The Little Grocery on 214 Jefferson St. http://www.littlegrocery.com/. Both are great options with delicious foods your loved ones will be sure to enjoy.
Still feel like taking on the whole meal yourself? We commend you, but in case you do need some help this Thursday, there are a few hotlines you can call if you fall into any Thanksgiving emergencies.
Butterball Turkey Talk-Line : 800-BUTTERBALL
ShopRite Chefs On Call: 800-ShopRite
Reynold’s Wrap: 800-745-4000;
Ocean Spray: 800-662-3263; oceanspray.com
Land O’Lakes Holiday Bake Line: 800-782-9606
USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline: 888-674-6854