Where to order takeout Thanksgiving dinner 2022 – NBC Chicago

Cooking on Thanksgiving can be a daunting task for anyone, but if you’re celebrating with a small crowd or just want to take the “stress out” of desserts, then ordering Thanksgiving dinner to go might be the best option.

According to a 2021 survey by LendingTree, Americans hosting Thanksgiving dinner will spend $391.60 to feed people around the table.

Not sure where to start? Here are 23 places to go for Thanksgiving dinner.

23 places to dine this Thanksgiving

whole foods

Looking to impress your family and friends with a lot less hassle? Whole Foods offers a full Thanksgiving menu, whether you serve just the family or the whole block. Classics like turkey and mashed potatoes are on the menu alongside specialties like mac and cheese and Brussels sprouts. Most dishes are precooked and simply require preheating before serving.


A famous favorite is back this year – the Popeyes Cajun Style Turkey. Starting October 18, customers can order their birds delivered to their doorstep. A representative for the brand described its famous turkeys to TODAY Food: “Marinated with our signature blend of Louisiana-style seasonings, the Cajun-style turkey is slowly roasted then fried to ensure a crispy, flavorful coating.”

Bob Evans

A representative for Bob Evans Restaurants has confirmed to TODAY that the American chain will be offering its famous Farmhouse Feast options again – for all group sizes – this holiday season. Thanksgiving celebration platters, which include turkey, dressing, cranberry relish, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, buttered corn and a bun, will also be available.


Carmine’s is offering a special family-style Thanksgiving menu available to take out this year at all of its locations nationwide. According to a rep, the special includes an 18-pound roast turkey with sausage and sage stuffing, along with classic sides like Brussels sprouts, sautéed green beans and sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows and maple syrup. maple. The meal serves six to eight people for $349 for New York locations and $295 for DC, Las Vegas and Atlantic City.


Just in time for the holiday season, Publix Deli will be offering a variety of fully cooked dinner options. A representative for the grocer told TODAY that dinners will include turkey or ham options, with side dishes like old-fashioned cornbread dressing, sweet potato casserole and risotto with harvest vegetables. Prices are not yet available.

The Honey Baked Ham Co.

Skip the prep work altogether with a homemade Thanksgiving meal with honey and baked ham. Sure, there’s juicy ham available, but the franchise also offers turkeys — Cajun, roasted, or smoked — for $73.99. Combo packs of sides, like sweet potato soufflé, stuffing, green beans, and gravy, are also available, because what’s Thanksgiving without the sides?

belly of gold

Ordering never looked so good. Goldbelly is offering “Pies, Thighs & All The Thanksgiving Sides” for its holiday broadcast this year. From whole smoked turkeys to festive cakes from Duff Goldman himself, there’s no shortage of festive dishes for every palate.

by Marie Callender

Prepare to feast with Marie Callender’s homemade Thanksgiving dinners. Available to serve groups of four to eight people, each dinner includes “your choice of turkey breast, spiral-glazed ham, or whole turkey with mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetables, yams, stuffing, cranberry sauce and cornbread with honey spread”.
Availability is based on location.

Boston Market

Let Boston Market put “a little joy on your table” this year with warmth and serving Thanksgiving-style meals offered buffet style or as individual dishes. Orders can be placed online for Premium Meals, which include three sides, for $15.49 per person or Deluxe Meals, which have two sides for $13.99 per person. Main courses include turkey, ham, or chicken options, and both packages require a minimum order of 10 people. A Boston Market spokesperson shared that its holiday menus are available from October 24, 2022 through January 3, 2023.

Buca di Beppo

The turkey, stuffing and all the toppings, plus the dessert, are what make Buca di Beppo’s Thanksgiving feast so special. 2022 availability has yet to be revealed, but thanks to the popularity of pre-prepared meals in 2021, the company plans to unveil pre-prepared meals this year as well.

Williams Sonoma

Leave the guesswork to the pros with a full Thanksgiving menu (sold a la carte) from Williams-Sonoma. A selection of whole turkeys, as well as turkey breasts, are available alongside side dishes like lobster mac and cheese ($119.95), stuffed potatoes ($59.95) and beef Wellingtons ($99.95). And don’t forget the pecan pie!

Cheer! Italian food

No need to prepare anything: Bravo! Italian Kitchen has it all. Pre-order your Thanksgiving Feast To Go from $105 for a small group, or $560 for a feast of up to 20 people. Meals include turkey, gravy, potatoes, green beans and more and can be picked up cold for easy reheating at mealtime.


Let Sizzler do the cooking this year with his “heat and eat” meals, which include fresh roast turkey with stuffing, green beans, mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potatoes with garlic garnish, maple and cranberry sauce. Find a store near you — and don’t forget a slice of pie!

Cracker Barrel

Cracker Barrel wants to help you make Thanksgiving special, not stressful, which is why it offers “Heat-n-Serve” Thanksgiving meals that come ready-to-serve with two hours of prep time. Meals are available for up to 10 people and include turkey and dressing with gravy, cranberry relish, turkey gravy, country green beans, macaroni and cheese, sweet potato casserole and small breads. Prices start at $14 per person.

Omaha Steaks

Customize anything online and Thanksgiving will appear on your doorstep thanks to Omaha Steaks. A personalized Thanksgiving meal for eight, which includes a choice of turkey breast or ham, three sides and two desserts, from $274.40.

Ponderosa Steakhouse

Get a take-out plate this year at Ponderosa Steakhouse restaurants. Take-out Thanksgiving platters start at $12 each for turkey. or $14 for the ham and includes mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, vegetables and a roll.

Bonanza Steakhouse

Much like sister brand Ponderosa, a representative for Bonanza Steakhouse establishments told TODAY that the chain will offer Thanksgiving platters starting at $12 for turkey or $14 for ham. Sides include mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, vegetables and a roll.


Gobble makes on-the-go Thanksgiving dinner even easier. The meal delivery service offers a full line of holiday meals starting at $179.99 for a menu that serves up to six people. Dishes include roasted turkey breast, gravy, mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, cranberry compote, candied yams, green beans, and chili mac and cheese .


The big box retailer is putting turkeys on the tables this season. The “complete meal in a box” includes antibiotic-free turkey breast, mashed potatoes, old-fashioned stuffing, Brussels sprout casserole and more. Of course, two pies for dessert are included. The meal, which serves eight to 10 people, costs $269.99.

Harry & David

A gourmet turkey feast is just a click away with Harry & David’s ready-to-heat Thanksgiving meal, which includes a 10-pound turkey, apple sausage stuffing, black truffle and green beans with almonds, brown sugar sweet potatoes, pumpkin cheesecake, turkey sauce and sliced ​​cranberry chutney for $249.99. Already fixed on the main course? Side dishes like Spinach with Parmesan Cream and Acorn Squash with Maple Glaze start at $39.99.

home cook

Have dinner delivered right to your door with Home Chef’s holiday menu. A turkey breast roast for six ($49.50) can come with sides like mashed potatoes loaded with bacon, cheddar and scallions or a sweet potato casserole. Don’t forget the Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Skillet for dessert!

Cooked by Melissa

Need a dessert? Baked By Melissa has you covered in cupcakes. If pie burnt is a concern this season, take the guesswork out and order a dozen (or more) cupcakes in flavors like caramel apple pie or pumpkin pie. For every purchase of “Give Thanks” cupcakes, the brand will donate $1 to City Harvest to support New Yorkers in need.

Trader Joe’s

Thanksgiving? From a grocery store? Innovative. But hear us out on this turkey and stuffing crust from Trader Joe’s. According to the website, “A savory turkey fillet and sweet cornbread stuffing are hand-rolled in buttery flaky puff pastry. A sprinkle of Herbes de Provence on top of the pastry adds an elegant touch. ” Serve it with a scoop of mashed potatoes or your favorite green side for an almost instant Thanksgiving meal.

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