Another successful Thanksgiving is in the books. You’ve polished off a side of your aunt’s mashed potatoes and gravy and devoured grandma’s famous mac and cheese. You’ve also treated yourself to two helpings of turkey and scraped your plate clean as you finished off mom’s famed pumpkin pie. And you washed it all down with a glass of pop’s classic apple cider. But what is there to do now? Well, if fighting early Black Friday shoppers isn’t quite your bag, heading over to one of the Broward County bars open on Thanksgiving is great option to bring on the Holidays! 

Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Hollywood, FL

If you’re feeling lucky, visiting the Hard Rock could give you another reason to be thankful. The casino is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so it’s no surprise you’ll have this grownup playground at your disposal. With 145,000 square feet of gaming space and hundreds of games, you won’t have much trouble finding ways to occupy yourself. Don't feel lucky? Don't worry, the bar's always open.
Original Fat Cat's is a dive bar even by dive bar standards. And that is definitely a compliment. Fat Cat's revels in its dive bar feel and its clientele loves them for it. Fat Cat's and its regulars eschew expected conventions. One of those conventions is closing down shop on Thanksgiving. Nope. If you want a drink, head on over to a favorite local dive bar becuase they are open 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. with no kitchen.

Shooters Waterfront Cafe

Shooters is more restaurant than bar, but they do have a fully-stocked bar. So, why not swing on by after dinner and have a cocktail or two? They are open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. They are also offering Thanksgiving Dinner togo, with a 15 poun turkey and all the traditional sides like stuffing, mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce. Of course, the only way to finish Thanksgiving dinner is with pumpkin pie.
If the name didn’t give it away, Kim’s is a dive bar. But it’s not just any bar. Kim’s Alley Bar is Broward’s oldest bar. And if there’s going to be any Broward bar open on Thanksgiving, it has to be one of the county’s oldest bars. What’s better than enjoying a slice of history with a pint of a good cold brew?

Whether you're with your family or close friends, Thanksgiving is a special day. Most importantly, it's a time to unwind and be thankful for what you have. And one of the things to be thankful is living in an area where there are cool bars and restaurants open all the time. So, why not swing by and give thanks this year by making a toast and having a drink at one of these Broward County bars open on Thanksgiving? It's a great option to bring on the Holidays! 

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