If there’s one thing we know about Trader Joe’s, it’s that you’re guaranteed to find something worthwhile on every visit. For Thanksgiving, that could be the popular Portuguese Flor de Sal to top those potatoes or it could be a festive drink to mix in with your cocktail. Whatever it is though, TJ’s definitely has what you need to get the party started. But what happens when you realize you’ve forgotten the truffle oil for the recipe and need to head out to grab it? Easy: You end up trying to find out Trader Joe’s Thanksgiving store hours before heading out there to pick up what you need.
Whether you’re a first-time shopper at Trader Joe’s or consider yourself to be a diehard fan, there aren’t too many stores that can compare to what the neighborhood grocer puts down. From new grocery items dropping weekly to a constant flow of returning items that sell like hot cakes, if you haven’t been to TJ’s yet, this should be your reason to head there now.
If you’re looking to try your luck there on Thanksgiving Day, however, you may want to rethink that because Trader Joe’s will be closed on Thanksgiving. Though stores like Dollar General will be open on Thanksgiving, just like year’s past, Trader Joe’s will continue to be closed on the holiday to give its workers the chance to spend time with their families on the day. It will, however, be open on the days leading up to the holiday and the day following.
Fortunately, there are plenty of other stores that will be open on Thanksgiving that you’ll be able to stop by — just in case you still find yourself needing something.
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