Come this Thursday, countless turkeys will be devoured from coast to coast.
Some people opt to limit their big turkey intake of the year to Thanksgiving Day (and days after for leftovers). But fowl fanatics can rejoice — the D.C. area is a nesting ground for turkey meals all year long.
That means those who don't mind the repercussions of turkey's nap-inducing amino acid tryptophan can feast on the bird no matter what the calendar says. Plenty of restaurants roll out holiday birds with all the fixings this time of year. But some local eateries celebrate Thanksgiving daily, with slow-roasted, hand-carved turkey breast, buttery stuffing, piquant cranberry sauce, and more.
Think homestyle turkey dinners with stuffing like the one at Jetties to a specialty burger at Whitlow's on Wilson. Having the ability to make any day a Turkey Day is something worth celebrating, so check out Eater's picks for turkey around the clock.Read More