One more reasonably priced Thanksgiving dinner
My daughter and I stopped by the Crossroads Restaurant in the Radisson Cross Keys when she was visiting one weekend recently and had a bite to eat. (The not-so-great art is a camera phone photo by me.)
I was curious about it because I had gotten a press release about its new farm-to-table menu. ...
Crossroads is a nice little restaurant -- more than a hotel coffee shop but not fancy. It's been fairly recently renovated and is cheerful and bright.
Anyway, I see that it will be serving its regular menu on Thanksgiving Day from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., plus a turkey and trimmings dinner, dessert included. The price for the Thanksgiving dinner is $19.95 for adults, $10.95 for children (4 to 10), and kids 3 and under eat free. (Well, I should hope so. Probably on the snacks Mom brings from home.)
After 2:30 p.m., the regular menu and turkey dinner will still be served, but in the bar and lounge area, which isn't a bad place to eat. It will be open until 11 p.m.
I can't speak about the turkey, obviously, but we had a soup I liked a lot, basically roasted red pepper, cream and crab meat; a good salad; and salmon that was fresh and well cooked, but with a sauce that was on the sweet (too sweet) side.
I'd definitely chance the turkey dinner, though.