Thanksgiving at Our Table or Yours at Peggy’s on the Green in Boerne
PEGGY’S WILL BE OPEN FOR THANKSGIVING – DINE IN OR TAKEOUT – Thursday, November 26th from 11am-7pm. Let them make a beautiful Thanksgiving dinner for you this year. At their table, or yours! Advance reservation is recommended, as seating and availability are limited. Make your reservation or place your to-go order by calling them at 830.572.5000.
I recommend you try a slice of the house made Chess Pie for dessert (Mark Bohanan’s Mother’s recipe). It is a slice of heaven!
THEIR RESTAURANT & BAR ARE OPEN
WEDNESDAY – SATURDAY, 11am – 2pm
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, 5 – 9pm
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 5 – 10pm
SUNDAY, 5 – 9pm
11am – 2pm
They also offer a full menu Takeout Service, for those that are still more comfortable dining at home. If you’re able to join them at the restaurant, you can expect some small changes – they will have less seating available, with tables spaced further apart. They may have a slightly abbreviated menu and wine list. And of course they won’t be able to offer you a warm handshake or hug, but you can be confident that they still offer the same warm service and great food that you’ve come to expect from us at Peggy’s on the Green.
Reservations are available by calling them directly at 830.572.5000.
Their restaurants have always made safety and comfort a priority, and they remain committed to ensuring the safety of their staff and their guests by carefully adhering to the regulations of local and state officials, and heeding the advice of their health professionals and civic leaders during these challenging circumstances.
Location: 128 WEST BLANCO ROAD, BOERNE, TX
About Peggy’s on the Green
Mark Bohanan is Chef/Owner of Bohanan’s, the highly-regarded prime steak and seafood restaurant in downtown San Antonio. Then he cast his eye north, intent on establishing a South-inspired, all-American restaurant in Boerne. Peggy’s on the Green is the result – named for Mark’s late mother, who was a great cook in her own right. Located in the gracious, historically-significant Kendall Inn, a 19th century stagecoach stop that’s offered Texas hospitality since 1859.