New Jersey with it's rich colonial history has many historic sites and rustic venues that specialize in serving a traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner.
The Cranbury Inn is a landmark Cranbury restaurant with a historic past that dates back to the mid 1700's.They are open on Thanksgiving serving a special Thanksgiving menu.
The Fox and Hound Tavern at the Lebanon Hotel (formerly the Cokesbury Inn) is an historic restaurant dating back to the 1800's when it served as a stagecoach Inn.
A landmark restaurant in an attractively restored 1847 farmhouse. Open on Thanksgiving Day serving a traditional style Thanksgiving menu
Located in a historic, picturesque setting, this historic building dates back to the 18th century and was used as storage for the Continental Army in the winter of 1779.
A charming romantic restaurant located in a bed and breakfast converted from a Moravian village gristmill, circa 1770. Open on Thanksgiving.
This historic inn dates back to 1706 when it was a former stage coach stop between Philadelphia and Greenwich, NJ. Beneath the inn are the graves of three Revolutionary War soldiers.