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A Ca­sual De­light Pom Moon­gauk­lang, or as we like to call her “The Serene High­ness of Sand­wiches,” has been run­ning hipster-and-be­yond haven Pom Pom’s Tea­house and Sandwicheria since 2005. The al­ways - cre­ative Milk Dis­trict on Bumby Av­enue down­town is home to some of the old­est and new­est al­ter­na­tive eater­ies, but none finer than the hand- crafted good­ies at Pom Pom’s. And Ms. Moon­gauk­lang’s most pop­u­lar item is the sea­son­ally timely Mama Ling Ling’s Thanks­giv­ing. A pressed feast of sliced turkey, Gouda cheese and thick lay­ers of stuff­ing, mashed pota­toes and gin­ger cran­berry chut­ney (with gravy, natch), the hol­i­day is com­plete. pom­pom­stea­house.com avail­able, roasted turkey glazed in honey mead made in the shadow of Bun­ratty Cas­tle in County Clare, whipped pota­toes and tra­di­tional veg­gies with a Gaelic twist (sage stuff­ing, cran­berry and plum chut­ney), are the high­points. Kids love the high-step­ping dancers; adults like the flights of im­ported Ir­ish brews. raglan­road.com rockin’ around the Thanks­giv­ing ta­ble, but there cer­tainly is a Thanks­giv­ing get­away at the Hard Rock Ho­tel at Univer­sal. The Kitchen is known for a kid­friendly rock star at­ti­tude (the Kid’s Crib play area is a de­light for par­ents who want to dine with­out dis­trac­tions), and the all- day, turkey day buf­fet is a par­tic­u­lar plea­sure. Seafood bar, turkey, coun­try ham, smoked New York strip and roasted At­lantic salmon join a kid’s buf­fet, face pain­ters and ap­pear­ances by Min­ions, SpongeBob and Dr. Seuss char­ac­ters. uni­ver­sa­lor­lando.com

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