Thanksgiving dinner is a lot of work. Thankfully, the Ann Arbor area has plenty of restaurants that offer scrumptious turkey day feasts for carryout. Here is a selection of restaurants that offer delicious Thanksgiving meal options to go. Place your order now!
Get a complete turkey feast made by hand with fresh, local, seasonal ingredients from Ann Arbor’s iconic delicatessen. Zingerman’s Deli has butter-basted, sage-rubbed bone-in whole turkeys and all the sides you want. Food Gatherers’ Community Kitchen will receive a donated meal for every Thanksgiving meal sold. Click here for Zingerman's Deli menu details.
The Gandy Dancer offers a Thanksgiving feast to-go, including a 20 lb. roasted turkey, house made turkey gravy, cornbread stuffing and more. Top of your meal with pumkin and pecan pie. Click here to view the Gandy Dancer Thanksgiving menu.
Nationally recognized restaurant Miss Kim serves traditional Korean meals. For this Thanksgiving, their menu includes their Korean American Thanksgiving Pack, featuring soy and garlic braised beef, miso butter roasted vegetables, soy marinated tofu and mushrooms, and more. Click here to order your Miss Kim Thanksgiving pack.
Let Weber’s, an Ann Arbor staple since 1937, do the cooking for you. Order a family style Thanksgiving feast that feeds up to 10 people. Just need a few of the holiday dinner dishes? You can also order the 15 lb. turkey, whipped potatoes and green bean casserole separately. Weber's also hosts a special dine-in dinner on Thanksgiving day. Click here to learn about Weber's oferrings.
Bring home a meal crafted by Chef Thad Gillies, as Venue by 4M will offer dinner packages or a la carte items available to order, including their Rotisserie Turkey Roulade, Vegetarian "Meat" Loaf, Focaccia Stuffing, and more. Click here to explore Venue by 4M Thanksgiving to-go options.
Place an order for Thanksgiving dinner at Knight’s Steakhouse pick it up curbside. They have meals for dinners of all sizes, whether you have 2 people or 12 people. Get turkey or ham with all of the traditional side dishes and desserts. Couldn’t be easier, just reheat and serve. Click here for the Knight's holiday meal information.
On Turkey Day, visit Carlyle Grill to celebrate Thanksgiving, as they offer both dine-in and carryout options. Order items from their mashed Michigan potatoes or the pecan-crusted Chicken to enjoy their festive menu. Click here to order from Carlyle Grill.
Chef Kieron Hales at Cornman Farms has curated the perfect farm-to-table Thanksgiving dinner. You can choose from turkey or dry-aged beef tenderloin for your main course. The meat is cooked sous vide for 24 hours to slowly develop the perfect flavor. Select sides, such as bacon balsamic brussels sprouts, crispy stuffing, honey-glazed carrots, rosemary, and thyme windfall apples, and much more. Click here for Cornman Farm menu details.
Vegans can get a delicious holiday meal for carryout too! Detroit Street Filling Station has seitan roast and stuffing, mixed greens salad, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin cheesecake bar. Yum! Limited supplies last. Click here to place your Detroit Street Filling Station order.
Have your Thanksgiving dinner catered by The Produce Station this year. Pick up a traditional turkey feast or opt for prime rib, ham or beef tenderloin instead. Enjoy the Michigan- raised white broad breasted turkey for your main dish. Click here to order from the Produce Station.
Salt Springs Brewery in Saline offers Thanksgiving to-go pre-orders, which include a choice of entree between butternut squash ravioli, smoked turkey breast, and smoked beef brisket. Each package includes seven sides designed to serve five-to-six people.Click here for Salt Springs Brewery pre-order details.
This Thanksgiving, skip to dessert and visit EAT for their Thanksgiving pies. This year, they’re offering Sweet Potato Ginger Pie and Dutch Apple Pie for you to enjoy! Click here to order your pies from EAT.
This is just a handful of delicious restaurants offering unique meal options for Thanksgiving. Browse more Ann Arbor area restaurants here.
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