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Lexington Toyota helps you make Thanksgiving plans

2020 Thanksgiving Dinner Restaurants in Lexington, MA 

For a lot of people, 2020 isn’t going to be a year they are going to be eager to relive. The upcoming holiday season will give everybody to count the blessings in their lives and show gratitude for the things and people they are lucky enough to have. However, given the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic, many holiday plans are likely going to have to be modified in one way or another. If you’re considering taking the year off from cooking, here are some 2020 Thanksgiving dinner restaurants in Lexington, MA that could provide some interesting options. The best part is that many of these businesses will offer carry-out and/or curbside options to help keep everyone safe. Let’s take a closer look at some of your options. 

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Lexington, MA Places to eat on Thanksgiving 

La Dolda 

1736 Massachusetts Ave. 
Lexington, MA 
781-538-5836 
Google Rating: 5/5 Stars 

Il Casale Lexington 

1727 Massachusetts Ave. 
Lexington, MA 
781-538-5846 
Google Rating: 4.5/5 Stars 

Town Meeting Bistro 

2027 Massachusetts Ave. 
Lexington, MA 
781-301-6655 
Google Rating: 4.5/5 Stars 

Daikanyama 

43 Waltham St. 
Lexington, MA 
781-860-9388 
Google Rating: 4.4/5 Stars 

Royal India Bistro 

7 Meriam St. 
Lexington, MA 
781-861-7350 
Google Rating: 4.5/5 Stars 

Formosa Taipei 

315 Marrett Rd. 
Lexington, MA 
781-862-6198 
Google Rating: 4.2/5 Stars 

CDC COVID-19 Thanksgiving Dinner Safety Tips 

By and large, the safest way for people to stay safe during Thanksgiving in the time of COVID-19 is to stay home as much as possible and avoid close contact with anyone who doesn’t live in your household. However, if there are people out there that are determined to see their loved ones in person, there are some things you can do to mitigate as much risk as possible.  

Self-isolate for the two weeks before your celebration. If anyone starts to develop symptoms in that time, they should not – under any circumstances – attend that dinner. 

Maintain mask discipline and social distancing as much as possible during in-person gatherings. In fact, seriously consider having your gathering outside if the weather permits. If the weather doesn’t work out, please consider having dinner together through virtual means. 

If there is something Lexington Toyota can do to make your holiday season a little better, please make an appointment with one of our product experts today.