Whether you’re looking to maximize your family time at home or get out of the house entirely, these Montgomery County restaurants have a delicious array of takeout boxes and plates set for you.
Autograph Brasserie will serve Thanksgiving dinner in-house, both a la carte and a three-course turkey dinner option, from 12 pm to 8 pm. The special menu pairs the comfort of traditional roasted turkey breast with the luxury of burrata with plums. Don’t miss the chocolate budino for dessert.
OpenTable reservations are recommended, and if you’d like to set up a private dining experience, contact sales and events manager Christina Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org. $70 per person for the three-course option, a la carte varies.
Farm and Fisherman Tavern
Farm and Fisherman is an old hand at Thanksgiving boxes: they’ve been offering to-go for the last four to five years. While manager Laura Levine says people usually order a little bit of everything, she points to the caramelized cauliflower in mushroom-curry cream sauce as a favorite. This kit does not include a turkey but features the sides and desserts that most folks can’t do at home, including a gooey butter cake.
Get yours by ordering online, calling 267-673-8974, or emailing Levine at email@example.com. Pick up is from 12 pm to 8 pm Nov. 24, since the tavern closes on Thanksgiving. Price varies.
The Farmer’s Daughter is offering to-go dinner and on Thanksgiving Day, and a pie sale Nov. 23-24. With takeout, choose between whole roasted turkey, turkey breast, or filet to serve to a crowd of 10, and pick that up between 10 am and 1 pm on Thanksgiving morning.
Order pies 48 hours in advance – we’re eyeing s’mores, bourbon pecan, and salted caramel honey. Dine-in is $59.95 for adults, $18.95 for children 10 and under. The to-go package is $200-500 depending on the main dish.
King of Prussia
Three options in one location! (1) Bring your family out to KOP and skip the dishes. Their three-course prix fixe menu for Thursday features roast turkey in black pepper sage gravy as well as mouthwatering alternatives like their honey-glazed baked spiral ham and vegan mushroom “meat” loaf. (2) Pre-order the same menu starting Nov. 19, seven days before Thanksgiving, for hot and ready pickup Nov. 24. (3) If you’re feeding a big crowd for multiple days, Founding Farmers has your back with their Thanksgiving Weekend at Home package including a leftover kit and brunch fixings.
Dine-in is $41.99 for adults and $20 for kids 12 and under. Takeout starts at $150 for ham or turkey main selection.
Iron Abbey / NaBrasa Brazilian Steakhouse
These two restaurants under the same management have one goal this Thanksgiving – to feed as many diners as possible. Iron Abbey is offering a takeout program and will be closed on Nov. 25, while NaBrasa Brazilian Steakhouse will serve 15 cuts of meat, turkey, and salmon on Thanksgiving Day. Iron Abbey’s packages range from an individual, 4-person, and 12-14-person “full bird” package, with a range of sides.
Call 215-956-0600 to order your takeout for the full bird and by Nov. 23 otherwise. Or call the same number to reserve a spot at NaBrasa’s very full tables. Iron Abbey packages run from $30 to $200. NaBrasa seats are $54.95 for adults, half off for kids 7-12.
Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbecue KOP Mall
King of Prussia
When you start measuring stuffing in pounds, you know it’s getting serious. Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbecue offers three pounds of stuffing, three pounds of green beans, and a 16–18-pound whole smoked turkey in its Thanksgiving takeout special, which serves 10-12 people.
Order by Nov. 22 at 4 pm and pick up on Nov. 25 until they close at 8:30 pm. Or make a reservation for the big day itself from 11:30 am – 8:30 pm, as they will offer the Thanksgiving menu as well as their full daily menu. Takeout starts at $275.
Redstone American Grill
Redstone American Grill’s ovens will be blazing with some delicious options this November: slow-roasted rotisserie turkey, skillet cornbread, and pies with fresh whipped cream, all ready to eat at your table. Call 610-941-4400 to order from their a la carte menu until 5 pm Nov. 21, and pick up from 10 am-5 pm on Nov. 25.
As for the dine-in crowd, second and third helpings are welcome from 12 pm-7 pm Nov. 25 – and there are no take-home boxes, so get ready to feast there. Between courses, twirl your cinnamon stick on top of An Apple Mule a Day and Autumns Up Margarita. Dine-in is $38.95 for adults, $15.95 for kids 5-12, and kids 4 and under eat free.
King of Prussia
Seasons 52 is no stranger to elaborate boxed dinners – you can get their Green Box with wood-grilled tenderloin or plank-roasted salmon as a regular takeout item. So you’ll be in good hands with their Thanksgiving dinner boxes for four to six people, to pick up Nov. 24 (the last day to order is Nov. 22). The feast will come in metal trays to pop right in the oven, with reheating instructions included.
Some highlights – roasted antibiotic-free turkey, brioche and sage stuffing, and pumpkin cake with pumpkin mousse on top. Starts at $175 before additional sides.
Stove and Tap
If your family or friends are staying home for Thanksgiving this year, that doesn’t rule out a delicious feast for fewer. Stone and Tap offers packages for two, four, or six guests featuring a slow-roasted turkey breast with turkey gravy. The beet, goat cheese, and orange salad with pomegranate dressing will give you a refreshing break between bites of parmesan-covered brussels sprouts with bacon and pearl onions.
Order for pickup by calling 215-393-8277, and pick up on Nov. 24 after 2 pm. $110 for 2, $220 for 4, $400 for 6.
White Dog Haverford Square
Order Thanksgiving dinner from White Dog Café; spend more time snuggling with your dog before guests arrive. Each meal serves up to 10 and includes turkey, soup, salad, three side dishes, and two pies – don’t forget the beer and wine. And as your guests leave, everyone will want to snag a roll with honey salted butter. Place your order by 3 pm on Friday, Nov. 19, and pick it up on Nov. 25 between 9 am and 11:30 am. Starts at $625 before additional sides, wine, and beer.
Sweet additions from Lochel’s Bakery
Lochel’s offers an assortment of 10-inch pies, including the classic apple, pumpkin, sweet potato, and pecan, along with summery delights like coconut custard, blueberry, and peach. For a laugh after a long meal, Lochel’s cupcakes adorned with little gobblers are an adorable dessert for the whole family. And to provide the final touch to your brunch table, try their pumpkin cheesecake or apple cider donuts. Call 215-773-9779 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to order ASAP through Nov. 19 – after that, it’s first come first serve. Pies range from $14.95 to $19.95, and turkey cupcakes are $3.95 each.
Sweet additions from Bergin’s Chocolates
While you’re grabbing the last items for your Thanksgiving suitcase, don’t forget to pack some chocolate turkeys or truffles with personalized packaging from Bergin’s Chocolates. The daisy mints could be a lovely host gift as well. This small family business opened in 1935, so they have a lot of love and experience in each gift box. Order chocolate boxes and mints online and turkeys in-store or over the phone at 215-699-3420.
*Please check each restaurant’s website for the most updated menus and pricing and any COVID-19 guidelines for eat-in or takeout.