Get Outside the Normal Pie Pan This Thanksgiving with These November Specials

Pecan pie with a cinnamon roll crust
Pecan pie with a cinnamon roll crust
The Ranch at Las Colinas
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Thanksgiving is just weeks away, and with Dallas having been named Restaurant City of the Year by Bon Appétit magazine, we certainly have a lot to be thankful for.

As one can expect, many restaurants will be offering their own Thanksgiving specials.

While you won’t be hard-pressed to find the signature turkey day fixings, some restaurants will offer items to keep you feeling thankful to live in a unique food city this month.

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The clusterpluck pizza
Tutta's Pizza

The Clusterpluck

A pizza pie with mashed potatoes, turkey, gravy, cheddar cheese and dried cranberries. Available through Thanksgiving, $22.

Tutta’s Pizza, 1710 N. Record St., Suite 110 (West End)

The Gobbler

A slider with a turkey patty, cornbread dressing, gravy and cranberry-jalapeño-pecan relish, topped with a piece of pecan pie. Available through Thanksgiving, $4.

Easy Slider, 2701 Main St. (Deep Ellum)

A Turducken dog from Dog HausEXPAND
A Turducken dog from Dog Haus
Dog Haus


A hot dog containing a turducken sausage with turkey gravy, slaw and crispy fried onions; each haus dog comes sandwiched between soft, warm King’s Hawaiian rolls. Available through the end of November, $9 (for each turducken purchase, Dog Haus will donate $1 to No Kid Hungry).

Dog Haus, 744 S. Central Expressway, Suite 210, Richardson

R&D Thanksgiving Pizza

A pizza with a mashed potato base topped with gravy, turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing and squash. Available through Thanksgiving, $17.

Taverna Rossa, 4005 Preston Road, Suite 512, Plano

Pecan Pie with a Cinnamon Roll Crust

A nine-inch pecan pie encased in a gooey, frosty cinnamon roll crust, filled with local pecans and a side of Texas caramel sauce. Available through Dec. 24, $50 (must be ordered at least 48 hours in advance).

The Ranch at Las Colinas, 857 W. John Carpenter Freeway, Irving

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