Come join us for Thanksgiving at Inn on the Alameda! This savory feast includes your choice of delicious traditional favorites, including perfectly-roasted turkey with gravy, golden whipped potatoes and other side dishes, as well as assorted holiday pies. See our menu:
A printable version of the menu is also available.
Cornbread, Honey Butter, Cranberry Salsa
FIRST COURSE (choice of one)
SECOND COURSE (choice of one)
ssing or Pear and Gorgonzola Salad Topped with Pecans and Cranberry Served with Balsamic Vinaigrette
THIRD COURSE (choice of one)
Golden Whipped Potatoes, Whipped Sweet Potato Puree Honey Glazed Baby Carrots, Green Beans with Almonds, Stuffing with Zucchini and Cranberry Sauce
Assorted Holiday Pies
For reservations and information, please call (505) 984-2121.
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