Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Ted's Montanta Grill Open for Thanksgiving Feast

Ted's Montana Grill is preparing a Thanksgiving feast for those who want to take a break from the kitchen this year. Participating restaurants will be open on Thursday, Nov. 27, serving a traditional Thanksgiving meal as well as the regular Ted's menu.

Restaurants will be open from noon to 8 p.m. on Nov. 27, with reservations accepted at most locations. For a list of restaurants and telephone numbers, visit www.tedsmontanagrill.com.

The Ted's Montana Grill Thanksgiving meal, priced at $13.99 per person (prices may vary by restaurant), includes traditional Roast Turkey and Dressing served with garlic mashed potatoes, country-style green beans, cranberry sauce and a yeast roll. And for those who prefer less traditional Turkey Day fare, the restaurant is also cooking up other popular favorites such as Pot Roast, Bison Meatloaf, Classic-Cut Steaks, Fresh Cedar Plank Salmon, Pecan-Crusted Trout and "Beer Can" Chicken, as well as an assortment of Ted's World Famous beef and bison burgers. There'll be something for everyone at Ted's this Thanksgiving.

Based in Atlanta, Ted's Montana Grill was co-founded by media entrepreneur, philanthropist and environmentalist Ted Turner and award-winning restaurateur George McKerrow Jr. Driven by the common goal to preserve the American bison, Turner and McKerrow created Ted's Montana Grill in 2002 and today there are more than 50 restaurants nationwide. Each restaurant is reminiscent of a turn-of-the-century Montana grill and bar, serving Classic American, fresh-made dishes in a warm setting of casual luxury. The company's deep commitment to the environment is evident in nearly every aspect of operations from its use of recycled paper, paper straws and recycling efforts to low-voltage lighting in its restaurants. For more information, visit www.tedsmontanagrill.com.

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