Believe it or not, Thanksgiving is just around the corner.
And luckily for those who don’t want to argue about a store-bought turkey amid the current supply chain tightness, several acclaimed Seattle restaurants offer take-away options to make the vacation a little smoother.
From carved turkey and stuffing to pumpkin pie with whipped cream, here’s a look at some Seattle restaurants offering take-out dinner for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The harvest festival of the mead at home.
The Metropolitan Grill
No hassle with elaborate cooking plans: the popular Metropolitan Grill in the city center offers oven-ready dishes so you can put your feet up and enjoy your vacation with family and friends. Main dishes include a juicy prime rib, honey-glazed ham or a turkey roasted with herbs with sauce. All starters include hearty side dishes with garlic mashed potatoes, fried vegetables, traditional filling, and Brussels sprouts to make sure there is plenty to do. The meal is rounded off with mini apple and pumpkin pie to satisfy everyone’s seasonal pie preferences.
Pre-order online by November 18th; for collection or delivery on 23.-24. November available.
Willmott’s Ghost Thanksgiving Dinner
Willmot’s mind over Tock
If you still want the satisfying feeling of sticking a turkey in the oven and letting the flavors fill the whole house, this South Lake Union restaurant, led by renowned local chef Renee Erickson, has an oven-ready brine turkey as well as pre-cooked ones heat sides of buttered potato puree, sourdough filling, buns, and Brussels sprouts. Dessert and wine pairings are also available to complement the meal.
Pre-order online; Collection on November 24th from 12pm to 4pm
Turkey, filling and cranberry dishes on the table.
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If you live over on the Eastside and don’t want to travel far, this Pacific Northwest cuisine restaurant in Kirkland has a cooked feast that you can heat up in the oven and decorate your table. The meal serves four and includes a pre-cut turkey, Yukon whipped potatoes, roasted pumpkin, gravy, and cranberry chutney. The meal ends with a traditional pumpkin pie, sweetened with caramel and fluffy vanilla chantilly on top. Check out the to-go menu here.
Pre-order by November 23; Pick up on November 24th from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. or 25.11. from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Pumpkin pie slices with whipped cream.
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While the popular Dahlia Lounge no longer exists, Tom Douglas’ reopened Dahlia Bakery is offering their seasonal pumpkin pie with a hint of ginger and Kentucky Bourbon Pecan Pie along with an assortment of breads and baked goods to take away. Of course, you can also order one of their famous coconut cream cake for the holiday if you fancy something non-traditional.
Online pre-orders possible from November 10th.
Thanksgiving dinner from AQUA
Night owls club
AQUA from El Gaucho
Known for seafood and steaks, this swanky waterfront spot is preparing a traditional turkey feast to bring fine dining to your home. The set contains a whole roasted turkey with sauce, mashed potatoes, sausage and mushroom filling, truffle mac and cheese and sugar-glazed pumpkin. A freshly baked pumpkin pie from Bakery Nouveau is also included.
Pre-order online by November 16 and pick it up on November 24.
Close up of unrecognizable person carving white meat at dinner table at dinner.
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After swiveling from a drive-in theater to a crab hut and even opening a community college during the COVID pandemic, this historic Seattle restaurant is raising the bar for the gourmet experience again. The restaurant offers a Thanksgiving dinner set that feeds four and a ready-to-bake 10-12 pound turkey, plus many side dishes such as brioche filling, green bean casserole, candied sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, twice-baked potatoes, and a whole homemade pumpkin pie for dessert. The meal kit also includes ingredients to make leftover turkey sandwiches for your post-turkey coma the next day.
Thanksgiving cake from Flora Bakehouse.
Seattle’s vegetarian travel destination, Cafe Flora, opened its highly anticipated bakery earlier this year, bringing freshly baked pastries, bread, hand pies, sandwiches, and espresso drinks to the Beacon Hill neighborhood. To make Thanksgiving a little sweeter, the bakery offers homemade seasonal cakes, including the toasted pecan bourbon cake and the classic buttered pumpkin pie. A vegan and gluten-free version of the pumpkin pie is also available.
Pre-order online; Collection for cakes is on November 24th from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Dry-Aged Prime Rib from Eight Row.
Eight rows above Tock
Known for its seasonal Pan-American cuisine with an emphasis on local produce, this Green Lake eatery is open for a take-away celebratory meal. Customers have a choice of half or whole free-range turkey or a dry-aged prime rib as a main course and can add side dishes such as leek and fennel filling, green beans and chanterelle mushroom casserole and whipped mashed potatoes à la carte to the meal great to do as you want.
Pre-order online by November 15th; Pick up on November 24th.
Thanksgiving dinner from The Lakehouse.
The house at the lake
The house at the lake
For those who don’t want to carve a whole turkey, Jason Wilson’s The Lakehouse in Bellevue offers Thanksgiving Dinner for two, which features a seared turkey breast and braised turkey leg, along with side dishes like hearty sauce, sausage filling, roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon, and a whole pumpkin pie for dessert. Customers can also add a bottle of wine or one of The Lakehouse’s signature cocktails, including a festive Old Fashioned that uses turkey fat-flavored whiskey.
Pre-order online by November 18th; Collection on November 24th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.