Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. I mean how great is it that the only responsibility is eating? And after you stuff yourself silly, most of us get the day after off. So, why waste your time slaving away in the kitchen? Let these Atlanta restaurants prepare you feast for you so you can relax with your guests.
Who doesn’t love the incredible barbecue from DBA? Well let them do the cooking for on Thanksgiving. A full cooked turkey with all the sides like mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, cranberry relish, and green bean casserole feeds eight people. The full feast is $174.99 and the turkey only is $69.99.
Park 75 at The Four Seasons offers a delectable feast to treat some pretty lucky people. Their “Turkey To Go” for your Thanksgiving celebration serves 8 and includes tax and gratuity for $285.
The Pig and the Pearl
Just need a turkey? They got you covered with a juicy smoked turkey ($65). It’s making your mouth water isn’t it? Then add all the sides you want. Choose from cranberry sauce, Vinegar slaw, Collars, Smoked Sweet potatoes and of course, Pig and the Pearl’s lovely Cheddar Mac ‘n Cheese.
Let the Smoke Ring team cook you and your family Thanksgiving dinner. Chef Jordan Wakefield is taking turkey orders. Each 20 pound turkey will cost $50, and Smoke Ring’s whole menu of sides by the quart will be available for purchase as well. The turkeys will include a side of gravy as well.
Don’t want a whole turkey? We understand. That’s why they are offering an apple glazed turkey breast (feeds 4-6 for $34.99). It comes with cranberry relish but you’ll probably want add some sides like the Cornbread Chestnut Dressing, White wine braised collard greens or Kale, almond and faro.
Another spot offering turkey breasts is Parish. Planning an intimate gathering for two? Parish is perfect for that with packages starting with two turkey breasts and herb gravy for just $22. Add sides of Cornbread and sage stuffing or classic sides like green bean casserole and mashed potatoes (between $8-10). Don’t forget their delicious signature cranberry port jelly. Parish even has a feast for kids (chicken fingers and macaroni and cheese).
Souper Jenny (Everything but the Bird)
Known for their soups, you could make a meal from them alone. Sides priced at $17 a quart include incredible items like Wild Rice and Quinoa Stuffing with Dried Figs and Chestnuts, Kale and butternut squash stuffing, sausage stuffing with roasted apples, mushrooms and sage, brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes with pears and pecans. Of course, these offerings would make a perfect (almost) vegetarian Thanksgiving spread too.
What about dessert? That’s easy. I’m getting mine from Gigi’s Cupcakes. Nope, not cupcakes. Gigi’s is actually making two special pies just for the holidays. Choices are Southern Pecan pie or Pumpkin pie ($19.99 each). Gigi’s Pumpkin pie is served with a special ginger snap crust. The Pecan pie is made with a whiskey flavored filling. I can’t decide which I’m more excited about!