7 Local Turkey Day Takeout Options

Leah LeMoineNovember 6, 2020
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The beloved local bakery chain offers comforting carbs, including pies ($17-$20), rolls ($4.75-$5.75/half-dozen), specialty breads ($6-$13) and stuffing loaves (starting at $12.99). wildflowerbread.com

Southern Rail & Beckett’s Table
Let chef Justin Beckett take care of the sides (bacon-cheddar biscuit stuffing!) and pie (fig-pecan!). New this year: six-packs of wine. Inquire for pricing. southernrailaz.com; beckettstable.com

Miracle Mile Deli
Pies ($16) and sides ($4-$15) are the order of the day at this family-owned delicatessen. We love the kaiser/onion roll option ($15/dozen) – perfect for leftover turkey sandwiches. miraclemiledeli.com

Give Thanksgiving some Italian flair – truffle and egg raviolo, Brussels sprouts with agrodolce – with chef Tomaso Maggiore’s five-course takeout menu ($52/person). tomasos.com

The Valley’s preeminent Jewish deli offers the whole Thanksgiving spread, including a turkey. Two packages generously serve 12-15: Basic ($219.99) and Traditional ($249.99). chompies.com

Hearth ’61
Enjoy a full turkey dinner with sides ($46 per person), pumpkin pie ($26) and butterscotch pecan pie ($32) from this swanky resort restaurant. mountainshadows.com

M Culinary Concepts
Restore hope and rebuild lives with a buy one, give one Thanksgiving-2-Go Family Meal (starts at $199, feeds six), benefiting UMOM New Day Centers. For every meal purchased, they donate a meal to help feed a local family in need. thanksgiving2go.com


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