If you’re staying in Traverse City for Thanksgiving weekend or coming to town, there are a lot of options for food & fun.
Wednesday, November 27
One Big Damn Party Little Fleet – is gearing up to throw one Big Damn Party tonight to celebrate all the things they’re thankful for at The Little Fleet: great food, good friends, scratching DJs, and some hella good cocktails and beers.
Open Mic at Northern Naturals – head over to the Cider House at 7 for an open Mic hosted by E. Minor. Come to perform or to listen and enjoy their full menu of cider, wine and great food.
Levi Britton Live! 7 Monks – If you’re in from out of town for the holiday, you don’t want to miss Levi!
The True Falsettos InsideOut – from 7-10 PM The True Falsettos mission will dig deeper into the music of the 30s & 40s, including hot jazz, western swing, and the popular music of the swing era. All Draft Beer is $1 off Wednesdays and they’re featuring the “TRUE FALSE COCKTAIL” for just $5!
Thursday, November 28 – Thanksgiving!
You might want to have a look at our Make it Local Thanksgiving feature whether you’re cooking a meal here or taking some ingredients elsewhere. If cooking a big dinner for everyone isn’t your thing, check out our list of to-go Thanksgiving Dinners to bring the meal home or leave the dishes for someone else with these restaurants offering Thanksgiving buffets and menus!
Friday, November 29
Brew’s 2nd Anniversary Party – Traverse City’s signature bar/coffee house celebrates 2 great years on Friday night with cake,“Pin the tail on a bartender” and music from 10-12 with “Dread & Breakfast” featuring Matt & Brant of Rootstand.
Saturday, November 30
Small Business Saturday at Left Foot Charley – Join LFC and other merchants at the commons and around town for “Small Business Saturday” which encourages buying local and supporting your neighbors with your holiday dollars! Left Foot Charley will be offering FREE wine tastings all day, and it’s the perfect time to come out and stock up on all of your favorite LFC wines for the Holidays!
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