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“Thanksgiving at The Black Squirrel and Libertine Restaurants $10 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet”

by Prince Of Petworth November 18, 2015 at 11:40 am 9 Comments

2427 18th Street, NW

From an email:

“Opening on Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 26th, at 11:30 a.m.
Serving Thanksgiving buffet at both locations.
Closing at 2:00 a.m. or when we fall into a food coma–whichever comes first.
No reservations. First come, first serve.

The Seventh Annual Thank-You Thanksgiving at The Black Squirrel and Libertine Restaurants $10 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet

Get ready this Thanksgiving (November 26) for our Seventh Annual Thank-You Thanksgiving $10 All-You-Can-Eat Thanksgiving Feast being held at The Black Squirrel and Libertine Restaurants.

Starting at 11:30 am, we will put out a full Thanksgiving buffet spread with turkey, ham, pot roast and all the trimmings for only $10 as our special thank-you to you, our customers!

This year, the festivities will be held at Libertine as well as The Black Squirrel so we will have room for everyone to sit down to a scrumptious Thanksgiving meal. Libertine is located four doors north at 2435 18th Street NW.

We’ll also be serving some of your favorite seasonal beers, including Schlafly Pumpkin Ale, 21st Amendment Fireside Chat, and Anderson Valley Winter Solstice.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Let’s Eat Some Turkey!

Thank-You Thanksgiving
Thursday, November 26th, starting at 11:30 a.m.”

  • This is always great (even though the price changed from $5 to $10), best value in the city year round. Nice that they added another location to help with the overflow.

    • textdoc

      Last year it was $7.

      • Oh was it? Didn’t even notice the change then!

        • ChenChen

          wow even so, what a great deal!

          If i was staying in the city, i’d definitely go :)

  • FridayGirl

    Will there be another orphans thanksgiving here this year? I’m still up-in-the-air about my plans but if my bf has to work I’d like to join!

    • textdoc

      Pablo and I were talking about it the other week, but then he got un-orphaned.
      I’m not 100%, but I am very likely to be a Thanksgiving orphan again this year and I’d love to meet up with other PoPville Thanksgiving orphans — we had a nice time last year.
      Last year we met up at 11:30 (half an hour before they opened), with instructions for everyone to look for Pablo.

      • I was suddenly adopted! if not I would be there 100%, it was a great meeting last year with unexpected appearances of Justin and Irvin Streete!

      • I will most likely be in attendance (will aim for Libertine, since I think many people won’t be aware that it’s expanded). Although my folks will be in town again this year so I can’t guarantee it enough to officially organize something, as they always pose complications to planning.

  • Philippe Lecheval

    I used to hear all sorts of good things about their food, but the last time I went, it was full-on gross. I’m guessing that the original chef left a long time ago. It’s still a great place for hard to find beers, though.


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