A traditional homemade Thanksgiving dinner is great, but it’s also a sacrifice of time on your part — time that otherwise could be spent with friends and family. Take a look at these great options for ordering Thanksgiving dinner out this year.
Ordering Thanksgiving dinner for delivery
Sure, farm-to-table is all the rage, but we’re saying mail-to-meal when you want a tasty, stress-free Thanksgiving menu! Here are a few of the chain restaurants and specialty food places you can order a delicious Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings to arrive by mail or pickup.
Don’t forget about your nearby restaurants, too! Check into local services like Postmates, Door Dash and GrubHub to see what places in your area are serving up food for the holidays.
Note: All information is subject to change, and delivery fees may apply.
Let Boston Market do the work this holiday season. You just pick up the meal and warm it! Thanksgiving dinner options are available for four to 12 people, and the menu includes everything from whole roasted turkey and spiral-sliced ham to sides like savory stuffing and creamy mashed potatoes. Don’t forget the pie — you can get them in pumpkin or apple.
Serve up a Thanksgiving feast featuring the comfort foods that made Cracker Barrel famous. Their Thanksgiving meal is chilled and ready to heat, and the simple-to-prepare feast is ready in 2 hours or less. The food comes complete with the turkey and all your favorite sides.
The Heat n’ Serve Holiday Family Meal To-Go can be picked up beginning Saturday, Nov. 23 through Sunday, Dec. 1, and can be stored in your fridge then baked at home. It includes two oven-roasted turkey breasts, cornbread dressing, turkey gravy, cranberry relish, a choice of three sides, sweet yeast rolls, and both pumpkin and pecan pies.
In past years, there have been lots of holiday dinner options, featuring all sorts of stunning Thanksgiving dinners over at Williams-Sonoma — free-range and organic, smoked and stuffed, pre-roasted and breast-only.
You also have the option of ordering complete just your favorite side dishes, desserts, appetizers and more. They really do have a lot of options to help you create your perfect Thanksgiving menu.
Order your Thanksgiving dinner from Oregon’s Harry and David, and you will have tons of options. Main courses go far beyond just turkey, and include pork roasts, ham and pot pies (among other tasty options). The desserts are delicious, too (and their baklava is phenomenal).
Place your Thanksgiving order from Honey-Baked Ham for a traditional honey-baked ham, turkey, or even prime rib dinner. If you need just a few sides — such as steakhouse creamed spinach, mashed cauliflower, orange walnut cranberries, herb stuffing, and broccoli rice casserole — they’re available à la carte.
Omaha Steaks allows you to build your own Thanksgiving dinner (which ships for free) or choose from holiday packages that include delish side dishes. They even offer a boneless smoked ham for less than $25.
Four different feasts are available in various combinations of ham, turkey, prime rib, salads, sides, and desserts from the popular Texas chain restaurant Luby’s. And when it comes to desserts, they offer more than just pumpkin pie — they have sweet potato pie and the amazing old-fashioned buttermilk chess pie, along with several cakes.
Price: Full meals from $69.99 to $159.99 (a la carte also available)
Marie Callender’s offers several main course “feasts” like turkey breast feast, whole turkey feast, ham feast, ham and turkey breast feast, ultimate turkey feast and the ultimate ham and turkey feast. All feasts come with all the trimmings, including dessert!
Price: $114.99 to $169.99
Ruth’s Chris offers some of their most popular side dishes so you can buy them and take ’em to your Thanksgiving dinner. Side options include au gratin potatoes, sweet potato casserole and creamed spinach (among others), each available in two sizes. You can also get their Caesar salad and Harvest salads to go.
Price for sides: $24.95 or $34.95 | Salads: $19.95 or $29.95
Bob Evans gives you five different options for Thanksgiving dinner for 4-8 people, which include ham and turkey, or both! Each option comes with your favorite holiday side dishes.
Price: $49.99 to $114.99
Whole Foods is catering Thanksgiving dinner this year with 10 different full dinner options, plus a la carte items for every course. They provide dinner choices that will satisfy all your holiday cravings.
Buca Di Beppo has take-out Thanksgiving dinners that include sliced white meat turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, spicy Italian sausage stuffing, green beans, bread, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie in two sizes. To satisfy your Italian craving, you can always add-on your favorite pasta dish!
Price: $68.99 to $134.99
Want to make some of your Thanksgiving dinner at home? Use these easy recipes: