Where to get Thanksgiving Dinner To Go in Atlanta

Hosting a "Friendsgiving" this year? Need to get your gobble to go? We've got you covered.

  • Let someone else do the cooking so you can enjoy time with family and friends on Thanksgiving!
    Let someone else do the cooking so you can enjoy time with family and friends on Thanksgiving!
  • Chef Shane is ready to make you a fine 'Friendsgiving' feast.
    Chef Shane is ready to make you a fine 'Friendsgiving' feast.
  • The Pumpkin Coconut Soup at Ocean Market is perfect for the season.
    The Pumpkin Coconut Soup at Ocean Market is perfect for the season.

Time is certainly in short supply these days. So, this Thanksgiving save yours and let someone else do the cooking. Here's a comprehensive list of where to get your Thanksgiving feast to go.

  • 521 Kitchen & Que - The Buckhead barbecue and Southern fare restaurant is offering 12- to 14-pound smoked turkeys for only $55. To sweeten the deal, 521 also offers stuffing and a quart of gravy for only $15 combined.

  • Christophe’s To Go - Christophe 's delivers right to your door on Thanksgiving morning. No shopping, no cleaning and no cooking. Get full meals or you make the turkey and let Christophe’s deliver the sides. These include cornbread stuffing, green bean casserole, asparagus and mushroom casserole.

  • Foundation Social Eatery - Chef Mel Toledo offers Turkey Day to-go featuring a limited number (25) of Thanksgiving dinners. The charge is $125 for a four-person meal, $250 for eight people, etc. Get cider-brined turkey breast, green beans almondine, stuffing and cranberry sauce.

  • Muss and Turner’s – It’s all about the sides here. Choose from 15 including stuffing and sweet potato casserole, and  wow your guests with sides like lingonberry puree, truffled pasta salad or smoked chicken liver mousse.

  • Ocean Market – Who needs to cook if an acclaimed chef is willing to do all the hard work? The price for complete holiday meals for parties of four is $134; parties of eight, $250 all by Chef Shane McIntosh. Pumpkin soup sounds quite delicious.

  • Parish - Enjoy this feast that  includes a turkey breast, one of each side and your choice of pie for $79. The package feeds four to six people. Sides like green bean casserole, stuffing or mac and cheese sell at $10 or $11.

  • PeachDish – The Southern-inspired, national meal kit delivery company offers holiday boxes with all the ingredients and recipes needed to make classic holiday sides at home. Starting at $50, holiday sides are available in four-serving increments to feed as few as four or as many as 16 people. Each refrigerated box includes what you need to make stuffing, root vegetables, creamed Brussels sprouts, candied sweet potatoes and biscuits. PeachDish also has turkey breasts and hams available.

  • Smoke Ring  - Smoke Ring is offering 14-pound turkeys with gravy for $70. Choose your favorite Southern sides including collards, Brunswick stew, bacon and blue cheese potato salad, cornbread  and more.

  • Sweet Auburn Barbecue – This Southern feast includes all your traditional Thanksgiving favorites: smoked turkey, cranberry sauce, biscuits or cornbread, creamed corn and for a unique alternative to green beans – lima beans with smoked bacon. The entire meal that feeds six is just $75. Or just order the turkey. A 12- to 14-pound bird costs $75.

  • Vine and Tap –  You’ll get  turkey breast, cranberry sauce and yeast rolls for $25 per person. Add other sides like green bean casserole or sweet potato puree for $3 per person.  As an added bonus, you’ll get the owner's personal wine recommendations along with a discount offer from a local retailer on those wines.

  • Wahoo! Grill – A four-course Thanksgiving meal to-go from this popular Decatur restaurant is $120. Feeding six to eight people, this includes turkey breast and farmer’s salad with brie, pears, cranberries and a pumpkin seed vinaigrette. Sides include collards with bacon and ancho-smoked Gouda mac and cheese. Dessert is bread pudding with a bourbon glaze. 

Malika Bowling is the author of Food Lovers' Guide to Atlanta, Food Blogging 101 and founder of Atlanta Restaurant Blog and the Food Blog Blueprint. She has been a contributing writer to USA Today and has been featured on HGTV, Huffington Post and About.com. Malika also has served as a judge at various culinary competitions and food festivals, including Taste of Atlanta. She is the president of the Association of Food Bloggers and her podcast, Just a Byte, can be downloaded from iTunes. You can follow her on Twitter @AtlEatsNtweets and on Instagram @malika_bowling

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