Where to Eat on Black Friday; Last-Minute Turkey Dinners

Michael Psilakis plans to open his “Dona redux,” at 58th Street between Second and Third, by early January. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine]
Related: Psilakis Seeks Site for a Late-Night Downtown Restaurant — and a New Dona

Satisfying post-shopping eats are invaluable because “when you no longer feel loaded is the perfect time to get loaded.” This comprehensive list covers midtown, Herald Square, the meatpacking district, and Soho. [NYP]

New tip for turkey: Carve it like a butcher, not like a chef. [NYT]

Even more restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner. [NYS]
Related: Hot Turkey Tables
Turkey Alternatives [NYM]

B.R. Guest’s Vento Trattoria will unveil tableside credit-card scanners next month, and Stephen Hanson is really excited: “Ninety percent of my business is credit cards, and processing them takes too many steps … Even if it costs money up front you’d save time and motion.” [NYT]

Time is running out for George Dubya to dine at ‘21’ as all presidents have done since it opened. The restaurant is feeling snubbed. [NYS]

Where to Eat on Black Friday; Last-Minute Turkey Dinners