In 1620 a small ship bearing the name Mayflower, left Plymouth, England in search of religious freedom and land ownership in the new world.
Sixty-six days later they made their landing in Massachusetts Bay and established the colony of Plymouth. More than a year later in November 1621 after their first successful corn harvest the settlers, often called “Pilgrims”, organized a feast and invited members of the local native tribe to enjoy the spoils of their labors.
That tradition of peace and unity has evolved into a yearly turkey-centric feast known as Thanksgiving and we, like the pilgrims, extend an invitation to you and yours at our table on Thanksgiving Day November 23rd.
We will be hosting a huge buffet full of all of the traditional fixings. Our first reservations will be joining us at 11:30 am and our last will be at 7:30 pm. Please call our front desk to secure your spot @ 415 383 6000.