Bloomfield, N.Y. - There's a good chance The Holloway House Restaurant in Bloomfield hasn't missed a Thanksgiving meal in more than 100 years.
One of, if not the oldest, restaurant in the area, The Holloway House's specialty is turkey making it a fitting destination on Turkey Day.
"We've been taking reservations for months," said Steve Wayne, owner of The Holloway House.
They expect 700 people on Thursday.
Mario's Italian Restaurant in Pittsford is expecting more than 1,000.
"We have 35 employees working more than 200 hours all together then we have a crew coming in at 4 a.m. to start cooking the turkeys," said Mario's Anthony Daniele.
Daniele says they have 109 turkeys on hand.
Meanwhile, Hegedorns Market in Webster is busy preparing ready-to-go meals for people to pick up and take home.