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Where to Order or Dine Thanksgiving Dinner in Philly

20 places to eat or pick up a turkey and all the trimmings for Thanksgiving

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For those celebrating Thanksgiving in and around Philly — a city that stands on ancestral Indigenous land known as Lenapehoking — there are plenty of takeout and sit-down dinner options that make the holiday prep and cleanup process a breeze. From classic takes on a Thanksgiving meal to creative sides to lots of pies, Philly restaurants cater to a range of customers who desire a traditional turkey or the full spread.

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Seasons 52

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This hotspot in King of Prussia is giving great deals for those looking to either cook at home or dine at their location. Diners can expect a Thanksgiving prix-fixe menu will include a roasted turkey with pan gravy, yukon mashed potatoes, brioche and sage stuffing, pumpkin pie and more for $40 for person ($18 per child). Those looking to order a to-go meal can do so for $225 that feeds a family of 4−6 people. Make reservations or pre-orders online by Monday, November 20 for pickup on Wednesday, November 22 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Mount Airy’s favorite fine dining destination, Jansen, has Thanksgiving covered with a three-course meal at $75 per person. This year’s menu features roasted turkey, gravy, green beans, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and potato mousseline complemented by a butternut squash soup, mixed green salad, and pumpkin cheesecake. For an extra cost, add cheese and charcuterie for four, a seafood medley with oysters, shrimp and crab and lobster cocktails as well as caviar service. Call the restaurant to place your preorder.

Zsa's Ice Cream

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This beloved Germantown shop will now be serving delectable Thanksgiving ice cream pies that will be available for online pre-order beginning on Wednesday November 1st, and pick-up/walk-up purchase beginning Friday, November 10th. For $48 a pie, you can choose between purchasing a maple brown butter pecan or caramel apple flavor — or both. Pre-orders are highly recommended.

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Thanksgiving ice cream pie at Zsa’s Ice Cream.
Zsa’s Ice Cream

Weavers Way Co-op

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Philly’s largest grocery co-op is offering an a la carte Thanksgiving menu that includes oven roasted turkey breast with gravy, butternut squash, pumpkin soup, green beans almondine, roasted brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes, and more. More impressively, all of these dishes (including the gravy) are available as vegan options as well. Pre-orders are available now online.

Zahav by Lilah will prepare a Thanksgiving feast for four featuring smoked whole turkey with squash and kubaneh stuffing accompanied by corn, green beans, pickled cucumbers, roasted broccoli, dessert, and more. This dinner package is $275 and requires an advanced order with a pickup that will be available 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thanksgiving Eve (Wednesday, November 22).

Hudson Table Philadelphia

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Thanksgiving dinner is freshly prepared with four-person meal kits from Hudson Table. Turkeys will be cooked the morning of pickup, accompanied by cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower gratin, spinach salads, potato rolls, and pumpkin cheesecake bars for dessert. Order online for pick up 11 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. on Thanksgiving day (Thursday, November 23).

Urban Farmer Philadelphia

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A 12-to-14 pound turkey is the centerpiece of Urban Farmer’s to-go dinner menu, available for pick-up from noon to 4 p.m. on Thursday, November 23. That’s Thanksgiving Day so dinner will practically be fresh out of the oven. The meal, which feeds four to six people, also includes house-made gravy, cornbread turkey stuffing, smashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, baby carrots, cornbread, cranberry sauce, and a choice of apple, pumpkin, or pecan pie. Thanksgiving orders are available for preorder online; the complete dinner package is $200. For those who want to dine on location, there’s a special a la carte brunch and/or multi-course Thanksgiving dinner option ($115 per person, $50 for children under 12) available as well.

Honeysuckle Provisions

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This Afro-centric restaurant is serving up a delicious Thanksgiving feast, soul food style. For $150, you can order their Thanksgiving meal kit (serves 4-6 people) that includes turkey braised legs and wings with gravy, cranberry hibiscus sauce, spiced and candied honey yams, macaroni and cheese and stewed greens (that can be prepared vegan on request). You can also order individualized desserts, pies, and sides as well. Preorder online before Wednesday, November 15 for pick up on Wednesday, November 22 either at their store or at Farmer Jawn in West Chester.

Hard Rock Cafe

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Come for a rockin’ Thanksgiving dinner at this Center City hotspot. Hard Rock’s Thanksgiving features a memorable prix-fixe menu for $30 per person that includes a succulent turkey breast, roasted fresh vegetables, traditional stuffing, creamy sweet potato mash, cranberry sauce, and savory turkey gravy — with a slice of pumpkin pie for the dessert. A prix-fixe children’s menu will also be available as well. Make reservations early on OpenTable.

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

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This popular brewery is giving diners options to complete their Thanksgiving with a “to-go bundle” package for four for $75 that includes an oven-roasted turkey breast, sausage sage stuffing, buttery mashed potatoes, green beans with caramelized onions and bacon, and cranberry-orange sauce and turkey gravy. For those who just need sides and desserts (such as apple pie), they are also selling them a la carte. You can pre-order online now through Sunday, November 19th, with pick up on Tuesday, November 21st, or Wednesday, November 22nd at any Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant location.

A spread of traditional Thanksgiving dishes such as a turkey, stuffing, green beans, and more.
Thanksgiving “to-go bundle” package at Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant.
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

Bank & Bourbon

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On Thanksgiving day, you can dine at this popular Center City restaurant from 11 a.m to 9 p.m as they serve up a feast that’s $85 per person ($35 if you add the wine pairing, $25 per child 12 and under) that includes a roasted Lancaster Turkey, squash salad, aged ham, green bean almondine, apple pie, and more. Make your reservations now.

Di Bruno Bros.

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Philly’s long-trusted gourmet grocer offers a generous customizable Thanksgiving meal, filled out by classic dishes like turkey, stuffing, dinner rolls, cranberry relish, mashed potatoes, and pie. Patrons can pick from a number of options and price points. Orders must be placed by phone or an online order form by 3 p.m. Wednesday, November 15 for pickup on Wednesday, November 22 at Rittenhouse and Ardmore store locations.

Dolce Italian

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In celebration of Thanksgiving, Dolce Italian, located at The W Hotel, is offering will offer two family buffet-style meals (a brunch from 7 am to 11 am) and (dinner from 12 pm to 7 pm). For $29 per adult ($16 for kids under 12), diners can enjoy a festive breakfast buffet that includes applewood smoked bacon, vegetable frittatas, smoked salmon display, and more. For $80 adults adult ($40 for kids under 12) diners can enjoy the lunch/dinner edition that includes a carving station of stuffed turkey breast (with broccoli rabe and roasted peppers) and porchetta, with grilled salmon, ricotta cavatelli, chestnut stuffing, baked mac and cheese, and more. Make reservations online as soon as possible.

Sofitel Philadelphia

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One of the most elegant Thanksgiving buffets in Rittenhouse returns for $75 per person ($40 for children under 12). An impressive carving station, raw bar, a Thanksgiving spread of memorable entrées and trimmings (such as butternut squash bisque and apple dumplings) with a complimentary glass of champagne poured before the feast should be enough to attract anyone planning not to cook to visit here on turkey day. Serving times are at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m., early reservations are encouraged.

High Street Philly

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High Street Philly takes the stress out of Thanksgiving with an online marketplace of a la carte side dishes made for turkey day. Options include oven-ready sourdough stuffing, mashed maple squash, potatoes, and gravy plus cranberry chutney and salad which all serve more than four persons ($150). A brined and ready-to-roast turkey ($100) or roasted and ready-to-serve one ($145) plus an assortment of breads and pies are also available as add-ons. Orders are available for pick-up from 4 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 22.

Lacroix Restaurant

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This grand Rittenhouse restaurant hosts a lively all-day brunch includes seasonal Thanksgiving favorites (such as smoked ham with maple mustard rosemary glaze, pumpkin pie terrine, gratin of brussels sprouts) and more for $150 per person ($75 per child 8 and under). Reservations online are encouraged.

Forsythia

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For couples looking for a more intimate Thanksgiving dinner to-go, Forsythia is selling their 10-day dry aged duck special for two for $140. This takeout meal includes a Rohan duck breast, confit wings, foie gras-white bean cassoulet, and duck jus that is now available for pre-order online with last call for orders on Friday, November 17th. For additional details, email hello@forsythiaphilly.com.

Garces Events

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Turkey and all the trimmings make up the Garces Trading Company to-go holiday dinner for 6 to 10 people ($350). Feast on turkey breast and gravy, sausage stuffing, kale and citrus salad, cranberry-orange relish, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, green bean casserole, and cornbread. For an extra $200, dinner party guest can enjoy prime rib roast. Round out the meal with a deep dish pie ($40) too. Order online by Friday, November 17 for pickup or delivery 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, November 21 or 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, November 22 at the Kimmel Center.

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Miles Table

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During the holidays, this longtime breakfast, lunch and brunch spot sells a to-go Thanksgiving meal package that’s great for a traditional feast for 10 (for $285) or friendsgiving for 5 (for $169) that includes a herb roasted turkey, soup or salad, all the trimmings, and more. Pre-order online by Thursday, November 16th and pick up at their Bok location (821 Dudley Street) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (November 21-22). Delivery options are available as well at an additional fee.  

This popular BYOB in Collingwood is serving selling delicious entrées (such as turkey scallopine, baked turkey bolognese, and truffle gnocchi) and side dishes (such as beet salad, baked cauliflower, roasted pear salad, mashed sweet potato, and more) that serve four to six people. You can order online now through Sunday, November 19th at noon with pickup at their restaurant from 3 pm to 7 pm on Wednesday, November 22.

Seasons 52

This hotspot in King of Prussia is giving great deals for those looking to either cook at home or dine at their location. Diners can expect a Thanksgiving prix-fixe menu will include a roasted turkey with pan gravy, yukon mashed potatoes, brioche and sage stuffing, pumpkin pie and more for $40 for person ($18 per child). Those looking to order a to-go meal can do so for $225 that feeds a family of 4−6 people. Make reservations or pre-orders online by Monday, November 20 for pickup on Wednesday, November 22 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Jansen

Mount Airy’s favorite fine dining destination, Jansen, has Thanksgiving covered with a three-course meal at $75 per person. This year’s menu features roasted turkey, gravy, green beans, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and potato mousseline complemented by a butternut squash soup, mixed green salad, and pumpkin cheesecake. For an extra cost, add cheese and charcuterie for four, a seafood medley with oysters, shrimp and crab and lobster cocktails as well as caviar service. Call the restaurant to place your preorder.

Zsa's Ice Cream

This beloved Germantown shop will now be serving delectable Thanksgiving ice cream pies that will be available for online pre-order beginning on Wednesday November 1st, and pick-up/walk-up purchase beginning Friday, November 10th. For $48 a pie, you can choose between purchasing a maple brown butter pecan or caramel apple flavor — or both. Pre-orders are highly recommended.

A slice of ice cream pie with brown butter toppings on a plate in the fall.
Thanksgiving ice cream pie at Zsa’s Ice Cream.
Zsa’s Ice Cream

Weavers Way Co-op

Philly’s largest grocery co-op is offering an a la carte Thanksgiving menu that includes oven roasted turkey breast with gravy, butternut squash, pumpkin soup, green beans almondine, roasted brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes, and more. More impressively, all of these dishes (including the gravy) are available as vegan options as well. Pre-orders are available now online.

Lilah

Zahav by Lilah will prepare a Thanksgiving feast for four featuring smoked whole turkey with squash and kubaneh stuffing accompanied by corn, green beans, pickled cucumbers, roasted broccoli, dessert, and more. This dinner package is $275 and requires an advanced order with a pickup that will be available 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thanksgiving Eve (Wednesday, November 22).

Hudson Table Philadelphia

Thanksgiving dinner is freshly prepared with four-person meal kits from Hudson Table. Turkeys will be cooked the morning of pickup, accompanied by cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower gratin, spinach salads, potato rolls, and pumpkin cheesecake bars for dessert. Order online for pick up 11 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. on Thanksgiving day (Thursday, November 23).

Urban Farmer Philadelphia

A 12-to-14 pound turkey is the centerpiece of Urban Farmer’s to-go dinner menu, available for pick-up from noon to 4 p.m. on Thursday, November 23. That’s Thanksgiving Day so dinner will practically be fresh out of the oven. The meal, which feeds four to six people, also includes house-made gravy, cornbread turkey stuffing, smashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, baby carrots, cornbread, cranberry sauce, and a choice of apple, pumpkin, or pecan pie. Thanksgiving orders are available for preorder online; the complete dinner package is $200. For those who want to dine on location, there’s a special a la carte brunch and/or multi-course Thanksgiving dinner option ($115 per person, $50 for children under 12) available as well.

Honeysuckle Provisions

This Afro-centric restaurant is serving up a delicious Thanksgiving feast, soul food style. For $150, you can order their Thanksgiving meal kit (serves 4-6 people) that includes turkey braised legs and wings with gravy, cranberry hibiscus sauce, spiced and candied honey yams, macaroni and cheese and stewed greens (that can be prepared vegan on request). You can also order individualized desserts, pies, and sides as well. Preorder online before Wednesday, November 15 for pick up on Wednesday, November 22 either at their store or at Farmer Jawn in West Chester.

Hard Rock Cafe

Come for a rockin’ Thanksgiving dinner at this Center City hotspot. Hard Rock’s Thanksgiving features a memorable prix-fixe menu for $30 per person that includes a succulent turkey breast, roasted fresh vegetables, traditional stuffing, creamy sweet potato mash, cranberry sauce, and savory turkey gravy — with a slice of pumpkin pie for the dessert. A prix-fixe children’s menu will also be available as well. Make reservations early on OpenTable.

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

This popular brewery is giving diners options to complete their Thanksgiving with a “to-go bundle” package for four for $75 that includes an oven-roasted turkey breast, sausage sage stuffing, buttery mashed potatoes, green beans with caramelized onions and bacon, and cranberry-orange sauce and turkey gravy. For those who just need sides and desserts (such as apple pie), they are also selling them a la carte. You can pre-order online now through Sunday, November 19th, with pick up on Tuesday, November 21st, or Wednesday, November 22nd at any Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant location.

A spread of traditional Thanksgiving dishes such as a turkey, stuffing, green beans, and more.
Thanksgiving “to-go bundle” package at Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant.
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

Bank & Bourbon

On Thanksgiving day, you can dine at this popular Center City restaurant from 11 a.m to 9 p.m as they serve up a feast that’s $85 per person ($35 if you add the wine pairing, $25 per child 12 and under) that includes a roasted Lancaster Turkey, squash salad, aged ham, green bean almondine, apple pie, and more. Make your reservations now.

Di Bruno Bros.

Philly’s long-trusted gourmet grocer offers a generous customizable Thanksgiving meal, filled out by classic dishes like turkey, stuffing, dinner rolls, cranberry relish, mashed potatoes, and pie. Patrons can pick from a number of options and price points. Orders must be placed by phone or an online order form by 3 p.m. Wednesday, November 15 for pickup on Wednesday, November 22 at Rittenhouse and Ardmore store locations.

Dolce Italian

In celebration of Thanksgiving, Dolce Italian, located at The W Hotel, is offering will offer two family buffet-style meals (a brunch from 7 am to 11 am) and (dinner from 12 pm to 7 pm). For $29 per adult ($16 for kids under 12), diners can enjoy a festive breakfast buffet that includes applewood smoked bacon, vegetable frittatas, smoked salmon display, and more. For $80 adults adult ($40 for kids under 12) diners can enjoy the lunch/dinner edition that includes a carving station of stuffed turkey breast (with broccoli rabe and roasted peppers) and porchetta, with grilled salmon, ricotta cavatelli, chestnut stuffing, baked mac and cheese, and more. Make reservations online as soon as possible.

Sofitel Philadelphia

One of the most elegant Thanksgiving buffets in Rittenhouse returns for $75 per person ($40 for children under 12). An impressive carving station, raw bar, a Thanksgiving spread of memorable entrées and trimmings (such as butternut squash bisque and apple dumplings) with a complimentary glass of champagne poured before the feast should be enough to attract anyone planning not to cook to visit here on turkey day. Serving times are at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m., early reservations are encouraged.

High Street Philly

High Street Philly takes the stress out of Thanksgiving with an online marketplace of a la carte side dishes made for turkey day. Options include oven-ready sourdough stuffing, mashed maple squash, potatoes, and gravy plus cranberry chutney and salad which all serve more than four persons ($150). A brined and ready-to-roast turkey ($100) or roasted and ready-to-serve one ($145) plus an assortment of breads and pies are also available as add-ons. Orders are available for pick-up from 4 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 22.

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Lacroix Restaurant

This grand Rittenhouse restaurant hosts a lively all-day brunch includes seasonal Thanksgiving favorites (such as smoked ham with maple mustard rosemary glaze, pumpkin pie terrine, gratin of brussels sprouts) and more for $150 per person ($75 per child 8 and under). Reservations online are encouraged.

Forsythia

For couples looking for a more intimate Thanksgiving dinner to-go, Forsythia is selling their 10-day dry aged duck special for two for $140. This takeout meal includes a Rohan duck breast, confit wings, foie gras-white bean cassoulet, and duck jus that is now available for pre-order online with last call for orders on Friday, November 17th. For additional details, email hello@forsythiaphilly.com.

Garces Events

Turkey and all the trimmings make up the Garces Trading Company to-go holiday dinner for 6 to 10 people ($350). Feast on turkey breast and gravy, sausage stuffing, kale and citrus salad, cranberry-orange relish, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, green bean casserole, and cornbread. For an extra $200, dinner party guest can enjoy prime rib roast. Round out the meal with a deep dish pie ($40) too. Order online by Friday, November 17 for pickup or delivery 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, November 21 or 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, November 22 at the Kimmel Center.

Eddy Marenco

Miles Table

During the holidays, this longtime breakfast, lunch and brunch spot sells a to-go Thanksgiving meal package that’s great for a traditional feast for 10 (for $285) or friendsgiving for 5 (for $169) that includes a herb roasted turkey, soup or salad, all the trimmings, and more. Pre-order online by Thursday, November 16th and pick up at their Bok location (821 Dudley Street) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (November 21-22). Delivery options are available as well at an additional fee.  

Nunzio

This popular BYOB in Collingwood is serving selling delicious entrées (such as turkey scallopine, baked turkey bolognese, and truffle gnocchi) and side dishes (such as beet salad, baked cauliflower, roasted pear salad, mashed sweet potato, and more) that serve four to six people. You can order online now through Sunday, November 19th at noon with pickup at their restaurant from 3 pm to 7 pm on Wednesday, November 22.

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