Let’s Talk Turkey: Thanksgiving Takeout Around Montco!
It’s about that time to talk turkey, so where to get the best Thanksgiving dinner to eat in or take out this holiday. No matter where you go this Thanksgiving, you’ll be eating well in Montgomery County.
Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbecue in King of Prussia Mall is famous for their low and slow smoked meats, is changing up their menu for the holiday, bringing Smoked Turkey Tails ($14) to the table this year, serving them over Tuscan kale with marinated figs, port wine reduction, and candied pecans. For the traditionalists, Morgan’s is also offering Whole Smoked Turkey catering packages that serve 10-12, as well as a-la-carte specials (like PIE!) alongside the regular menu for dine-in.
Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse in the King of Prussia Town Center runs the gamut for your turkey tastes: a turkey sandwich? Sure! Full Turkey dinner? Yep, got that too. The in-house menu features oven-roasted organic turkey, creamy potatoes, herb-roasted root vegetables, savory brioche stuffing, and homemade gravy.
Chow Bistro in Collegeville is at it again, cooking as much as possible for your Thanksgiving dinner, so call today and enjoy yourself with traditional and fun menu items.
Sophie’s BBQ in Ardmore has their famous maple-wood smoked turkeys, complete with gravy, stuffing, beans, mac and cheese, and a whole host of delicious sides. And if you order the full Thanksgiving turkey, that bird is up to 18 pounds, so maybe don’t eat a lot for breakfast.
With Fogo de Chao in King of Prussia, have a traditional Thanksgiving to enjoy the Full Churrasco experience, plus turkey and sweet potato casserole. Eat in or to go, you can enjoy the holiday, Fogo-style.
And On To Dessert!
Beverly’s Pastry Shop in Pottstown has all the cakes, pies, pumpkin rolls, cheesecake, and dessert shot glasses you could ever need- and much in gluten-free or Vegan, please ask! And, they have rolls and buns for dinner, too.
In Ambler, head to the Pie and Plate Café to get your scratch Thanksgiving pies and cheesecakes, like pumpkin cheesecake and the chocolate chip cookie cheesecake pie. And have you tried the chocolate crack pie? Sounds so wrong but it tastes so right.
Hatboro’s Lochel’s Bakery is now taking orders for their cupcakes, cheesecakes, cakes, and Thanksgiving pies.
Audubon’s Corropolese Bakery has all the treats you need, especially pies like apple, apple crumb, caramel apple walnut, coconut custard, pumpkin, cherry, peach, blueberry, pecan, chocolate mousse + lemon meringue, and a cookie cake. Several locations across Montgomery County.
*Please call ahead with dinner orders and reservations at each restaurant, and ask about reservations times, curbside pickup, mask requirements, social distancing, and other COVID-19 protocols.
Please respect the establishments that you visit and have a Happy Thanksgiving!