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Need a Drink on Thanksgiving Day? These Bars Will Be Open

Where to grab a post-turkey adult beverage.

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Whether you need to escape your in-laws or just require a digestif following an epic turkey-centric feast, here's a map of bars open on Thanksgiving Day.

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Lee Harvey's

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This just-south-of-downtown dive bar favorite will open at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving, so bring your s'mores supplies to huddle up around the fire pit. (The kitchen won't be open, though, so don't count on onion rings and a burger.)

Cold Beer Company

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This pint-sized bar on the Deep Ellum/Expo Park border will open at 8 p.m. and stay open till 2 a.m. for all your craft beer and cocktail needs. In case you didn't get enough turkey, they'll also be serving a limited food menu.

The Ivy Tavern

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Need somewhere away from your family to watch the game? Ivy Tavern opens at 3 p.m. (just in time for the 3:30 Cowboys kickoff) and will be open till 2 a.m. with drink specials all day, plus food -- think chili cheese fries and a grilled pimento cheese sandwich.

Double Wide

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For all you Thanksgiving orphans out there, the Double Wide will open at 8 p.m. with a potluck dinner (including a smoked Sonny Bryan's turkey) and karaoke. A celebratory Yoohoo Yeehaw is probably in order.

Blind Butcher

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Blind Butcher will open at 7 p.m. but they won't be serving any food, so don't count on Thanksgiving poutine. There will, however, be plenty of whiskey, cocktails, and craft beer.

The Mansion Bar

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A fancy drink at the equally fancy Mansion Bar would be a pretty great way to spend Thanksgiving night. Grab a seat by the fireplace and enjoy something hot and boozy.

The Old Monk

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This Henderson Avenue staple will be open from 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Pop by for a top-notch Moscow Mule or perhaps a hot toddy.

Cook Hall

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Like most every hotel restaurant, Cook Hall will be open all day tomorrow serving Thanksiving meals -- but you can grab a seat at the bar for some fancy cocktails and bar snacks like fried pickles and cheddar-jalapeno fritters.

The Goat

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This delightfully divey East Dallas favorite will be open and ready to serve you cheap canned beer and/or overpours of cheap wine. Hooray! [Photo: Matthew T R./Foursquare]

The Quarter Bar

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McKinney Avenue's vaguely New Orleans-themed bar will be open on Thanksgiving Day starting at 7 p.m. Frozen Jack and Coke, anyone?

The Libertine

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This Lower Greenville go-to opens at 7 p.m. and the kitchen will be open till midnight. Probably stay home if you want a turkey sandwich, though.

The Nodding Donkey

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Need a place to watch the game? The Nodding Donkey in the State-Thomas neighborhood opens at 3 p.m., and there are plenty of TVs to go around.

Truck Yard

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Truck Yard opens at 5 p.m., so grab your reasonably cool brother-in-law, get some cocktails on tap and kick back in the bed of an old truck.

Lee Harvey's

This just-south-of-downtown dive bar favorite will open at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving, so bring your s'mores supplies to huddle up around the fire pit. (The kitchen won't be open, though, so don't count on onion rings and a burger.)

Cold Beer Company

This pint-sized bar on the Deep Ellum/Expo Park border will open at 8 p.m. and stay open till 2 a.m. for all your craft beer and cocktail needs. In case you didn't get enough turkey, they'll also be serving a limited food menu.

The Ivy Tavern

Need somewhere away from your family to watch the game? Ivy Tavern opens at 3 p.m. (just in time for the 3:30 Cowboys kickoff) and will be open till 2 a.m. with drink specials all day, plus food -- think chili cheese fries and a grilled pimento cheese sandwich.

Double Wide

For all you Thanksgiving orphans out there, the Double Wide will open at 8 p.m. with a potluck dinner (including a smoked Sonny Bryan's turkey) and karaoke. A celebratory Yoohoo Yeehaw is probably in order.

Blind Butcher

Blind Butcher will open at 7 p.m. but they won't be serving any food, so don't count on Thanksgiving poutine. There will, however, be plenty of whiskey, cocktails, and craft beer.

The Mansion Bar

A fancy drink at the equally fancy Mansion Bar would be a pretty great way to spend Thanksgiving night. Grab a seat by the fireplace and enjoy something hot and boozy.

The Old Monk

This Henderson Avenue staple will be open from 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Pop by for a top-notch Moscow Mule or perhaps a hot toddy.

Cook Hall

Like most every hotel restaurant, Cook Hall will be open all day tomorrow serving Thanksiving meals -- but you can grab a seat at the bar for some fancy cocktails and bar snacks like fried pickles and cheddar-jalapeno fritters.

The Goat

This delightfully divey East Dallas favorite will be open and ready to serve you cheap canned beer and/or overpours of cheap wine. Hooray! [Photo: Matthew T R./Foursquare]

The Quarter Bar

McKinney Avenue's vaguely New Orleans-themed bar will be open on Thanksgiving Day starting at 7 p.m. Frozen Jack and Coke, anyone?

The Libertine

This Lower Greenville go-to opens at 7 p.m. and the kitchen will be open till midnight. Probably stay home if you want a turkey sandwich, though.

The Nodding Donkey

Need a place to watch the game? The Nodding Donkey in the State-Thomas neighborhood opens at 3 p.m., and there are plenty of TVs to go around.

Truck Yard

Truck Yard opens at 5 p.m., so grab your reasonably cool brother-in-law, get some cocktails on tap and kick back in the bed of an old truck.

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