Need a Thanksgiving dinner to go his year? Here is a list of restaurants that offer carry-out Thanksgiving dinners in Atlanta.
Southern Art & Bourbon Bar
The InterContinental Hotel’s Southern Art & Bourbon Bar's new Turkey Stop features a ready-to-serve turkey and several traditional chef-made sides including winter harvest salad, buttermilk mashed potatoes, roast sweet potatoes, cornbread dressing, giblet gravy, green been casserole and orange scented cranberry. For dessert, the Turkey Stop serves bourbon pecan pie, pumpkin pie and vanilla whipped cream. The meal, which serves eight, costs $150.
If it's just dessert you want, Southern Art’s Holiday Pie Stop offers chocolate salted caramel pie ($39), bourbon pecan pie ($42), traditional pumpkin pie ($32), Southern style sweet potato pie ($32) and Ellijay apple pie with cheddar infused crust ($39). On Nov. 27, pick up your dinner at the Southern Art host stand; on Thanksgiving at the Bourbon Bar.
Brasserie and Neighborhood Cafe at PARISH
Dinner from the Inman Park restaurant feeds four to six people with the choice of à la carte items or a complete meal. Cost for the meal is $130 and includes a bone-in turkey breast with chardonnay turkey jus, choice of pecan or pumpkin pie and one side. Pick-and-choose options include the turkey ($55); Tillamook cheddar mac and cheese ($11); traditional sage stuffing ($12), green bean casserole with roasted mushroom gravy and pearl onions ($12); and a pie ($25). Orders must be placed by noon on Nov. 25 and picked up before 7 p.m. on Nov. 26.
Serpas True Food
Chef Scott Serpas offers selections for each course, such as butternut squash soup or a mixed fall green salad for starters. The main course is a choice between an herb garlic roasted turkey breast or a fried turkey. The dinner comes with three sides, which include braised green beans and onions, collard greens with smoked bacon and buttermilk mashed potatoes. For dessert, choose among a Granny Smith apple pie, pecan pie or cranberry white chocolate bread pudding. All orders must be placed by Nov. 24 and picked up by 4 p.m. on Nov. 27. $140 for four persons; $255 for eight. Fried turkey is an additional $45.
Westside’s Star Provisions Market & Cafe
An à la carte option includes a pastured whole turkeys ($4.60 a pound); pastured bone in turkey breast ($6.50 a pound) and pastured, heritage black turkeys ($6.50 a pound). The cafe offers to brine your bird for an additional $1 a pound. Among the sides are: roasted marinated beets, sage and apple dressing, Brussels sprouts (with or without bacon) and Yukon gold potato puree. There is a choice of pecan, apple and pumpkin pies for $25. Orders must be received by Nov. 24 for pick-up on Nov. 27.
Sweet Auburn Barbecue
Packages include a whole smoked turkey that feeds 12 for $85 or a smoked turkey dinner that feeds six, also for $85. An additional 2.25 pounds of sliced smoked turkey breast are available for $29. The dinner comes with gravy and a quart each of two sides, such as mac and cheese, Asian slaw, bourbon baked beans and sweet potato soufflé. Additional side items are available for $13. Thanksgiving Day orders must be placed no later than Sunday, Nov. 24 at 3 p.m., with pick-ups on Nov. 27.
The iconic Virginia-Highland restaurant prepares a four-course Thanksgiving meal that is paired with wine. The meal serves four persons for $155 and there is a non-turkey option for $95. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated upon request. The menu includes butternut squash soup, mixed green salad and roasted, boneless, brined turkey breasts along with sides such as maple-glazed sweet potatoes, cranberry and orange chutney, apple cider turkey gravy and green beans. For the fourth course choose among pumpkin, Fuji apple, Georgia pecan or Toll House pies. For $59.99 you can also bring home a Thanksgiving four-pack of wine.
The Virginia-Highland restaurant offers dinner with a 12- to 14-pound smoked turkey available for $85. Or, choose the “full table” option for $195, which includes turkey, whipped potatoes, sweet potato soufflé, garlic green beans, sweet corn dressing, dinner rolls, cranberry relish and, of course, gravy. Orders can be made by calling 404-249-5010 or emailing email@example.com. The turkey and meal are available through Dec. 24 and require a 48-hour notice.
Milton’s Cuisine & Cocktails
Executive chef Derek Dollar is cooking a 12- to 14-pound apple-brined and smoked turkey that comes with a quart of both Madeira gravy and sage-corn spoon bread. This holiday meal comfortably feeds six to eight people for $90 and is available for pick up on Nov. 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Milton’s in downtown Crabapple or at Chiro & Padre’s in Buckhead. Sides include mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, cheddar grits and smoked Gouda mac and cheese for $20 per quart. Additional quarts of Madeira gravy and sage-corn spoon bread also are available for $20.
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