Thanksgiving 2020 will be here before we know it and Dallas is already getting ready. Prep your holiday plans by making a reservation or ordering your turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans, and pumpkin pies (or cheesecakes) to go.
For the first year ever, the Four Season’s fine dining destination is offering Thanksgiving to go. For $400, this fancy spread (which serves up to eight) includes a 12 to 14 pound turkey, baby greens and sushi to start, mashed potatoes, sweet potato, vegetable medley, sausage and apple stuffing, sage gravy, cranberry compote, and pumpkin pie. Orders must be placed by November 19 at 5 pm for pick up on November 25 or 26. If you feel like dining in, brunch will take place from 10 am to 3:30 pm and features a four-course menu plus two complimentary mimosas for $95 per adult and $45 for kids.
Cru Food and Wine Bar
This Thanksgiving at Cru, you can either dine-in for a three-course prix fixe meal or take your meal to-go. Dining in costs $50 per person and reservations can be made between noon and 9 pm. The menu features a complimentary Angry Orchard cider, bread basket, choice of starter, entree such as turkey, beef, or Branzino, and dessert. The to-go option features three courses for two people for $80, or $150 for four, and includes either butternut squash bisque or Caesar salad, roasted turkey, and a choice of pumpkin cheesecake or bread pudding for dessert.
For $125 per person, you can dine in at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas for Thanksgiving. Fearing’s is offering a three course menu that features everything from squash soup, scallops, and quail starters to turkey, halibut, beef tenderloin, and lamb entrees to a choice of dessert (including a chocolate chunk pecan pie). For those wanting to stay in with the family, the restaurant is offering a to-go option as well that costs $350 and feeds up to ten people. The spread includes a whole turkey, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato soufflé, two pies, and more.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille
For Thanksgiving 2020, the new Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille in the Park District is offering dine-in and to-go experiences. If you’re dining in, it’ll cost $45 per person for a soup or salad, smoked turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, bread, and more, as well as pumpkin cheesecake for dessert. For takeout, you order individual meals for the same price or a family style meal for four or more people for $139. Pumpkin cheesecake is an additional $20. Book your reservations here.
Yardbird Southern Table and Bar
The Southern favorite is finally open in Dallas, and serving up Thanksgiving — in-person and available to go. Dinner includes turkey, brown butter yams, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, fried chicken, stuffing, pumpkin pies, and more. Make sure to pre-order online starting on November 2 through 18 as to-go packages are limited.
This local and family-owned seafood joint is cooking up a special Thanksgiving menu this year, which will be available for pickup at both Oak Lawn and Preston Royal locations. Mix things up this year with a shrimp, smoked salmon, or lobster roll slider platter for the family, along with miso tuna, caviar, beef tenderloin. Add on sides like mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, or mac and cheese for a full Thanksgiving meal. Prices vary by the pound and can be ordered here by November 23.
For $275 (plus tax and a 10 percent service charge), Hotel Crescent Court will handle Thanksgiving dinner for up to 10 people. The spread comes with an Autumn pear salad, cranberry relish, whipped potatoes, vegetables, stuffing, rolls, an entire turkey, and a pumpkin pie and apple pie. To order, fill out the online form here.
This Thanksgiving, Al Biernat’s is offering a special takeout menu for the holiday. The menu features everything from a whole turkey to a smoked half spiral sliced ham to family style sides and desserts. Bottles of wine and Biernat’s Boot Leg Liter Bottles including margaritas and ranch water can also be added on. Just make sure to order by November 23 at 6 pm for pickup on November 25. To order, call your pick up location (Oak Lawn: 214-219-2201 or North: 972-239-3400).
Thai favorite Asian Mint is offering special dine-in menu, as well as to-go platter prep kits this Thanksgiving. The Asian-inspired dine-in menu is also available to-go and includes cranberry crispy chicken, golden squash stir fry, green bean chicken basil, and Thai pumpkin custard as individual dishes. You can also order the feast as a platter that serves five to eight people. The dine-in (also to-go) menu is available from November 2 through November 30 at all locations, while the platters can be preordered through the website. Order by Thursday or Friday for pickup during the week of Thanksgiving.
If you’re feeling barbecue this Thanksgiving, Richardson’s Ten50 BBQ is offering a family-style menu of meats, sides, and desserts for pickup. The Holiday Pitmaster Package is $30 per person (with a 15 person minimum) and includes a glazed ham, turkey breast, green beans, mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, rolls, and fruit cobbler. You can also just order a whole brisket, turkey breast, ham, or more individually and then add on some sides by the gallon. Pre-order by emailing email@example.com.
This Bishop Arts and Plano barbecue spot is also smoking family-style portions of meats, sides, and desserts this Thanksgiving. For meat, there are fully smoked turkeys and hams, prime rib, and whole briskets available. Add on sides of green bean casserole, potato casserole, smoked cream corn, mac and cheese, or peach cobbler. Items will be served cold, but vacuum sealed with reheating instructions. Order online by November 23 at 5 pm for pick up by November 25 at 4:30 pm.
This Thanksgiving, Design District gem Meddlesome Moth is also offering dine-in brunch specials and family meal to-go options. Open on November 26 from 10 am to 3 pm, you can bring the family in for The Moth Thanksgiving Plate, which features turkey, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato mash, stuffing, and cranberry confit for $25 per person. Or if you’re more comfortable taking out, pre-order your turkey and sides to-go with a re-heating kit that serves four people for $72. Add on a bourbon pecan pie for $25. Order online by November 23 for pickup on November 25.
The Ranch at Las Colinas
This Southwestern restaurant is celebrating Thanksgiving almost the entire month of November (the first through the 23rd) with Thanksgiving Dinner Curbside Kits for $90. The kit feeds four and includes a choice of turkey or ham, whipped potatoes, jalapeño sausage gravy, stuffing, green beans, candy yams, and more. Just re-heat with instructions provided and you have yourself a Thanksgiving spread. Add ons include wine and The Ranch’s Route 66 Pecan Pie.
This classic Dallas seafood spot is taking dine-in reservations for Thanksgiving Day, as well as offering an at-home curbside package. The $225 package serves four to six people and includes a whole turkey that is prepped and ready for roasting, sides like stuffing and mashed potatoes, rolls, and pumpkin and pecan pies. All orders must be placed by November 20 for pickup on November 24 and 25. Check out the full Thanksgiving menus and order information here.
This Thanksgiving, Dallas chef Stephan Pyles is cooking up a special menu at Fireside Pies. For $195, the carry out-only menu serves four to six people and includes entree options like turkey, pork shoulder, or a combo, stuffing, sweet potatoes, salad, elotes, and more sides, as well as a choice of pumpkin-pecan pie or apple cream cheese flatbread pie. Pre-order by November 20 for pickup at the Abrams, Grapevine, Henderson, Inwood, or Legacy location on November 24 or 25. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call any location to order.
Downtown bistro Sloane’s Corner is offering a Thanksgiving Dinner at Home menu this year for $120 for two and $45 for each additional person. Each kit includes turkey, beef tenderloin, sourdough and pear stuffing, potato puree, broccolini, cranberry sauce, salad, apple pie, and sauces. You can also add on a cocktail kit for six people for $50. Orders must be placed by November 24 via email (email@example.com) or by calling 213-484-1395.
New to Deep Ellum, Elm & Good is an American tavern that offers hearty vegetable-forward dishes, short ribs, and more. This Thanksgiving, the restaurant inside of the Pittman Hotel is offering a special three-course dinner for $75 for adults and $35 for kids under 12. First, choose between butternut squash soup and Brussels sprouts salad. For your entree, you’ll choose between turkey, ham, or squash, served with potato puree, carrots, stuffing, sweet potato mash, and cranberry. For dessert, there’s either buttermilk pie, Crème Fraiche Chantilly or pumpkin bread pudding. Reservations can be made here.
This Southern-inspired restaurant and lounge at HALL Arts Hotel is offering a pre-fixe three-course dinner for dine-in this Thanksgiving. For $75, diners will enjoy butternut squash soup, turkey, green bean casserole, stuffing, sweet potato, cranberry sauce, and a pumpkin cheesecake and pecan pie duo. These bites will also be available for takeout for pickup on November 25. Prices range from $195 for half turkey to $295 for a whole. Orders can be placed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rather than weather the pandemic with her catering business, Chef Enjolik “Jolié” Oree-Bailey took to Instagram, where she’s taught thousands of followers how to make soulful, Caribbean-inspired recipes inspired by her childhood in Charleston. Now, she’s treating fans of her flavorful dishes by crafting them to-go. Pick up favorites like spinach and crab stuffed salmon, seafood lasagna, and keto-friendly flank steak with her new Gourmet Takeaway program, or let Chef Jolié handle the holidays with turkey dinner packages, which serve 10 to 12 for just $220.
This Thanksgiving, let chef Matt McCallister do the cooking for you. To-go ordering is currently open until November 22 at 5 pm for pickup on November 26 between 8 am and noon. There are three ready-to-heat options available for four, eight, and twelve people. All packages include a turkey, sides, pie, and some tips from the chef. Go here to learn how to order and browse dishes and sweets for the feast.