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Got on the waiting list at Restaurant at Patowmack Farm and it came through! Looking forward to it as we've only been there for brunch! Keep in mind for next year!

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Happy Thanksgiving 2017 to you and yours, everyone, however you choose to celebrate the day!

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Any new suggestions for something affordable in a scenic country setting for a family of seven?

In the past we've been to Comus Inn, Normandie Farm, Mrs. K's Toll House, Cedar Knoll, Old Angler's Inn, and Potomac Point Winery, and we're looking for something in a similar price range (less than about 65$ per person).

Goodstone, Ashby Inn, Patowmack Farm would all be ideal surroundings, but they're probably out of our budget. Someone in our group has already been to Field and Main, so we're looking to avoid a repeat and there's not much of a view once you're in the building. Looking to avoid Mount Vernon Inn and any of the Clyde's.

Do any of the area wineries/vineyards/cideries/distilleries serve meals? Any place that might have some live music? Anything I'm missing that's on a farm or near water?

 

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Thanks, Mark. I've been to Oxford in the summer months for Doc's Sunset Grille and the Scottish Highland Creamery. But I've never had a meal at the Robert Morris. Might be too much of a drive for the day, but I'll bring it up to the group to see if they would make the trip. You have the same initials as chef partner Mark Salter.

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We usually go to Le Diplomate but since none of us eat turkey, cannot comment on the traditional part of the menu... Highly recommend a visit to the Botanic Gardens Christmas train room or the National Gallery that day (although the Botanic Gardens are getting more popular for a Thanksgiving visit each year and last year we bailed on the line.)

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