Thanksgiving arrives on November 23, and we want to help you put together a nice meal. Do you want to dine out at a restaurant? Or, would you prefer to bring something home, or even get Thanksgiving dinner delivered to your door? There’s a lot of options out there. Who’s got a special Thanksgiving dine-in menu? What are the options for take-out and delivery? Where can you find the best deal to stretch your budget? Whichever way you want to celebrate this year, we’ve got you covered. Here’s the best Thanksgiving Day restaurant deals to make it a relaxing holiday!
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Thanksgiving 2023 Restaurant Dine-In, Takeout and Delivery Deals
Bahama Breeze will be offering guests a Caribbean escape this Thanksgiving with an island-inspired dinner at select locations. For $24.99, the meal includes sliced jerk turkey, green beans, cornbread stuffing, cranberry-pineapple chutney and choice of classic mashed potatoes or cinnamon mashed sweet potatoes. The island dinner is available for dine-in or takeout on Thanksgiving day from 12 – 8 pm. The full menu will be available, too. For more information or to make a reservation, click here for the Bahama Breeze Thanksgiving page. Note that some locations will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, however.
For other specials and Happy Hour info, go to our Bahama Breeze page.
Bob Evans will be open on Thanksgiving and serving a Holiday Celebration Platter for $16.99 per person at participating locations. Enjoy some roasted turkey, house-made bread & celery dressing, cranberry relish, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans, corn, freshly baked dinner rolls and a slice of pumpkin pie. Make it Hickory Ham for $18.99.
Bob Evans also has Farmhouse Feasts To Go featuring slow-roasted whole boneless turkey breast and ham. Also included are bread & celery dressing, homestyle mashed potatoes, buttered sweet corn, green beans with ham, cranberry relish, gravy, rolls, pumpkin pie with whipped topping & pumpkin bread loaf. Prices start at about $80 for a 4-person serving. A premium feast for 10 with both turkey and ham is about $155. Or, you can Farmhouse Feasts with just turkey or just ham for about $90 -100. You’ll need to pickup by 11/23. For more details, click here for the Bob Evans Holiday Feast To Go Menu.
For more deals like their $7.99 Dinner Bell Plates, go to our Bob Evans page here.
BRIO Italian Grille
BRIO will be open on Thanksgiving with a traditional menu complete with roasted turkey breast and classic side dishes. It’s $44.99 per person – view the menu here. Or, you can order off the usual menu. Plus, they’ve got takeout options available – check out their Thanksgiving page here.
Buca di Beppo
Buca di Beppo will have a Thanksgiving Dinner To Go, which includes turkey, savory sides and cranberry sauce, plus dessert. A Small size to serve 3 is $105 and a Large to serve 6 is $160. Click here for more details on the Buca di Beppo Thanksgiving site. Preorders are due by 8 AM on November 22.
For other specials like their Daily Deals, click here for the EatDrinkDeals Buca di Beppo website.
Guests can celebrate Thanksgiving with The Capital Grille in the restaurant or at home. In the dining room, get a traditional Thanksgiving meal for $50 per plate, while kids can dine for $20 apiece. The meal includes turkey with brioche stuffing, French green beans with Marcona almonds, cranberry-pear chutney and mashed potatoes. For the takeout crowd, get a bundle of the restaurant’s Thanksgiving sides for $135. To place a pre-order for pickup on November 22 or 23 or to make a reservation, visit The Capital Grille’s Thanksgiving page.
City Barbeque is now taking orders for homemade holiday meals, available by reservation only. Guests can choose from a smoked bone-in ham or a whole smoked turkey: both meal options come with two pan sides and some brean buns. The Small Holiday Meal feeds 4-6 people and starts at $54.99. The Medium feeds 8-10 starting at $89.99 and the Large feeds 20-24 starting at $179.99. More details are available and you can click here for the info from the City Barbeque website.
Claim Jumper will be open from 11 AM – 6 PM on Thanksgiving Day and offering 3 course dinners with choice of salad, entree and slice of pie. The dinners are $28 – $33 depending on your choice. Click here for the Claim Jumper Thanksgiving page with the full menu features. Claim Jumper also has Holiday Carry-Out Platters for a 3 course dinner to serve 6 – 8 people for $135 for Turkey or Ham, or $145 for both. You’ll get bread, salad, sides and dessert to go with the main course. For the full menu and to place an order, click here for the Claim Jumper Holiday page.
Cotton Patch Cafe
Get Holiday Heat and Serve Meals at Cotton Patch Cafe by preordering through November 20 and pickup available through November 22. The Classic Holiday Spread comes with Roasted Boneless Turkey Breast or Holiday Ham, Cornbread Dressing and Scratch-Made Gravy, and serves up to 6 people for $69. The Complete version adds three big sides, half a dozen rolls, and a choice of dessert to that, for $99. The Ultimate version is $169, feeds up to 12 people, and adds 3 Quart Size Fixin’s and a choice of dessert to go with it. Hit the Cotton Patch Cafe order page to get yours in.
For other deals, like lunch specials and Kids Eat Free nights, click here for the EatDrinkDeals Cotton Patch Cafe page.
Cracker Barrel is open Thanksgiving Day and has in-store and takeout deals, plus delivery in some locations. They will serve a special in-store Thanksgiving meal from 11 a.m. to close, also available for takeout. This traditional Homestyle Turkey n’ Dressing Meal comes complete with sliced turkey and gravy, sweet potato casserole, green beans, dinner rolls and a slice of pumpkin pie for dessert for $12.99 at most locations. For takeout and delivery, Cracker Barrel’s Heat N’ Serve Holiday Family Meal To-Go is available for pickup from 11/18 – 11/25, comes with easy-to-follow heating instructions and: 2 Roasted Turkey Breasts, Cornbread Dressing, Gravy, Cranberry Relish, Choice of 2 Sides (each serves 10), Sweet Yeast Rolls, and Pumpkin Pie & Pecan Pie. Serves up to 10, priced at $149.99. Or get a smaller feast serving up to six for $99.99. At least 24-hour notice is required for orders. Delivery is also available. Click here to visit the Cracker Barrel Thanksgiving page for more details.
Del Frisco’s Grille
Del Frisco’s Grille will be open on Thanksgiving Day with a prix fixe menu with a 14 oz. Cowgirl Ribeye Dinner served with Seared Foie Gras and Black Garlic Salt. Or, take home a Family Meal Pack and do the fine dining at home. For more details or to make a reservation or takeout order, click here for the Del Frisco’s Grille Thanksgiving page. Note that the Del Frisco’s locations in California have a few differences, you can find those details here instead.
Dickey’s Barbeque Pit
Dickeys Barbecue has Prime Rib, Ham, Smoked or Fried Turkey and complete Holiday Feasts available for to-go or delivery. Choose from a Complete Feast serving 10-12 with a choice of ham, smoked turkey, cajun fried turkey or prime rib plus sides. The Complete Feast starts at $125 for Ham, $145 for Cajun Fried Turkey, and up to $170 for the Prime Rib option. Or, get a Dinner Feast serving 8-10 for a smaller group, or a la carte main dishes are available with no sides, like a cajun fried turkey serving 10-12 for about $85. You can find the menus at Dickey’s Holiday Menu page here – you’ll need to enter your location first.
For other Dickey’s specials and deals, Kids Eat Free Sundays, read our Dickey’s story here.
Eddie V’s is open for Thanksgiving with a feast featuring Turkey and Sides for $50 per Adult and $20 per Child. From 11 AM – 8 PM, enjoy hand-carved slow-roasted turkey, french green beans with sun dried tomatoes, brioche sage stuffing, homemade mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie tartlet with pecan ice cream. For reservations, click here for the Eddie V’s Thanksgiving page.
Get a Hickory Smoked Turkey Feast to feed 8-10 for $229, or feed 4-5 for $129 at Famous Dave’s for those staying at home. You’ll get Sliced Turkey Breast cooked and ready to be reheated, a Quart of Corn Bread Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes, Mac and Cheese, a Quart of Turkey Gravy. You can get just the Turkey for $99 and get your sides elsewhere, too. There’s also Ham options for feasts or a la carte available. 24 hour advance notice is required. To place an order, click here for the Famous Dave’s ordering page.
For info on other deals, like weekday deals such as Burger Mondays, click here for the Famous Dave’s page.
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse will serve a three course Thanksgiving feast, and also offer takeout options for those dining at home. The meal features Mixed Herb Roasted Turkey Breast or a Petite Filet Mignon or Prime Bone-In Ribeye (with an upcharge). Also included are sides and salad, plus dessert. Price varies by location; a typical price is $56-81 for adults, $26-30 for children. Thanksgiving catering feasts that serve 6 people at home are available, too. For more details see the Flemings Thanksgiving page here.
For more Fleming’s deals and Happy Hour specials, go to our Fleming’s article.
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill
Firebirds is closed on Thanksgiving Day, but has Thanksgiving Feasts available for takeout. Pre-order by November 18 for pick up on November 21 or November 22. The feasts serve up to six people and cost $159.95. You’ll get a 2 lb Brown Sugar Glazed Ham and a 2 lb Roasted Sliced Turkey Breast and Gravy, Parmesan Mashed Potatoes, Cornbread Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Asparagus with Roasted Garlic Thyme Butter, Broccoli-Cheddar Casserole, Cinnamon Apple Bread Pudding, and Bread and Whipped Butter. Visit the Firebirds website to schedule a pickup.
The Fresh Market has some meal options for groups large and small. Choose from options like a Ham or Turkey Meal with sides and bread for 3-5 people for $74.99, a Prime Rib dinner for two for $49.99, or go big with an Ultimate Holiday Meal for $199.99 to serve 12-14 people. Visit the Fresh Market Holiday Meal page to order.
Glory Days Grill
Glory Days Grill will be open from 11 AM – 8 PM at most locations with a Gobbler Plate for $16. You’ll get Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Stuffing, Green Beans and a Roll. Or order Thanksgiving Feasts starting at $99 to go to feed 4-6 people. Visit the Glory Days Grill page for more details.
Golden Corral has their Holiday Buffet for Thanksgiving for around $20, and some takeout options too. Thanksgiving takeout meals are available for small groups of 4 up to groups of 12. The Carved Roast Turkey or Carved Holiday Glazed Ham Meal serves 6-8 and includes mashed potatoes, gravy, cornbread stuffing, cranberry sauce, yeast rolls, one additional side choice (buttered corn, green beans, macaroni and cheese, steamed carrots or sweet potato casserole) and a choice of pie (pumpkin or pecan), and costs $109.99. Order by November 20 to pick up your feast the day before Thanksgiving. Go to the Golden Corral Holiday Meals page here for the menu and to start your order. You’ll need to enter your location first.
For other Golden Corral news and promotions, click here for our Golden Corral story.
Granite City Food And Brewery
The Thanksgiving buffet returns to Granite City Food and Brewery! For $34.99 ($10.99 for kids), get a full buffet with items like Sliced Roast Turkey Breast, Salmon Bernaise, all sorts of sides, and Pecan Pie and Pumpkin Pie for dessert. To view the full menu, click here. To reserve a table, head to the Granite City website here.
Honey Baked Ham Co.
Honey Baked Ham has all sorts of options for Thanksgiving. Options include Honey Baked Turkey Breast, Boneless or Bone-In Ham, sides, desserts, and more. Prices vary by location and meats are priced by weight. For more specific pricing info visit the Honey Baked Ham online order site here. You’ll need to enter your address to find the closest location first. As an added bonus, if you pick up on November 19 or 20, click here for a Honey Baked Ham coupon to get $7 off any sized Bone-In Half Ham or a Holiday Meal.
Go to our Honey Baked Ham page for any coupons that may be available to help you save some cash!
Joe’s Crab Shack
Joe’s Crab Shack will be open for Thanksgiving at select locations serving a Turkey and Ham Feast for $22.99 per person, or $13.99 per Child. You’ll get Roasted Turkey with Turkey Stuffing, Red-skinned Mashed Potatoes, Turkey Gravy, Green Beans, Cranberry Sauce, and a slice of Pumpkin Pie for dessert. You can get this for takeout orders, too. For the list of locations and hours visit: Joe’s CrabShack Thanksgiving.
Kona Grill has dine-in and takeout options for Thanksgiving. If you’re dining in, enjoy some traditional turkey meals from $32 – $34 or $16 for kids. There are similar options and pricing for takeout. For more details, or to preorder or make a reservation, visit the Kona Grill Thanksgiving page.
La Madeleine has Thanksgiving to-go and delivery catering options that feed 10 people and up for around $140. The Thanksgiving Feast to pick up and heat at home comes with oven-roasted turkey breast, cranberry apple cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes, green beans almondine, wild mushroom sauce, cranberry sauce and sourdough breadsticks. Click here to go to the La Madeleine website to start an order.
Veterans and active duty service members can get a free Lunch Combo at Little Caesars from 11 AM – 2 PM on Veterans Day. You’ll get a 4 slice Detroit Style Deep Dish Pepperoni Pizza and a 20 oz. Pepsi to drink. Little Caesars has the news up on its website homepage.
For other pizza! pizza! deal news, here’s our Little Caesars page.
Maggiano’s Little Italy has a carryout package for about 5 people available for $179.99 for pickup on 11/21 or 11/22 to heat and serve at home, or on 11/23 that’s already heated up for $189.99. Frankly, it comes with a lot of food. You’re in for a heckuva feast and you’ll have leftovers. Also, they’ll be open for dine-in (in locations allowing it) with a Thanksgiving feast for about $55 per adult and $20 per kid ages 5-12. The wee ones under 5 are free. Prices will vary by location, though. You can view a sample menu here. For details on dine-in or to-go, visit the Maggiano’s Thanksgiving page. You’ll need to select your location first.
For more Maggiano’s molto bene specials and offers, go to our Maggiano’s article!
Metro Diner has a Holiday Feast catering for $16.49 for 1, $61.99 for 4 or $119.49 for 8. You get a choice of Roasted Turkey or Baked Ham, Creamy Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Green Beans or Roasted Street Corn, Savory Cornbread Stuffing or Mac and Cheese, Cranberry Sauce, and Hawaiian Dinner Rolls. Whole Pumpkin or Apple Pies are available to add on, too. Metro Diner posted the takeout options here on their website. You’ll need to order by 11/22 for a pickup.
For more Metro Diner specials and deals, go to our Metro Diner story.
Mimi’s Cafe has Thanksgiving Feasts for $219.99. The feast includes 1 whole herb butter basted turkey, 5 pounds of smoked and sliced ham, Whipped Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Cornbread Stuffing, Candied Pecan Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Green Bean Casserole with Crispy Onion Strings, two Carrot Raisin Nut Loaves, one Pecan Pie and one Pumpkin Pie. The whole kit and caboodle serves 8 – 10 adults. More details are available here on the Mimi’s Cafe Thanksgiving Take-Home Page.
Morton’s Steakhouse will offer a Thanksgiving deal at their restaurants. Most locations will be open from 12 PM with a prix fix Thanksgiving Feast with Salad, Turkey, Sides and dessert for $59 per person. You can also get a takeout package to serve 4 people for about $200. For more details visit the Thanksgiving at Morton’s page here.
The Palm will be open on Thanksgiving from 11 am – 9 pm with a $59 prix fixe menu of three courses. You can get it to-go, too. Get a soup or salad to start, a main course of turkey and sides, and a slice of Pecan Pie or Cheesecake (for $5 more) for dessert. For more info, click here for the Palm Thanksgiving webpage.
To learn about other specials, click here for The Palm deals page!
Order a Cajun-style Turkey from Popeyes and let them handle the hard stuff! It’s infused with the Popeyes seasonings you know and love. It’s precooked, so you just have to thaw it, heat it, and then eat it. The turkey will feed 8 – 12 people and costs about $90. The Popeyes Cajun Turkey order page sells out quickly for online orders, but many Popeyes restaurants will carry some Cajun Turkeys for pickup. The last time we checked, you could still order online, but that won’t last long. The supplies will vary, so check with your local Popeyes to see if they have any in stock.
Publix has some great options available for a low-cost, low-stress Thanksgiving. Visit the Publix Thanksgiving meal page here and browse options like a fully cooked Turkey to feed 7-10 people for $69.99, 14-18 people for $139.99, plus a la carte sides for around $12 – $14 to serve 6 like Broccoli Augratin, Green Bean Casserole, and more favorites.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House will be open at 11 am on Thanksgiving Day with a 3 course menu, and also has to-go options. The traditional three-course Thanksgiving feast includes a soup or salad starter, hand-carved oven-roasted turkey with sausage and herb stuffing, and your choice of one of Ruth’s four most popular personal sides, finished off with a chef’s selection for dessert. Or, enjoy a favorite from the full dinner menu. Most locations open at noon. Adults $47.95, kids $18.95. Prices may be higher in some locations. Ruth’s Chris Steak House also offers traditional side items to-go. Get a Sweet Potato Casserole, Creamed Spinach or other salads and sides to bring home to your Thanksgiving guests. Each one serves up to 12 people. For more details, click here for the Ruth’s Chris Thanksgiving webpage.
Seasons 52 has to-go options that serve 4-6 for $225, too, so long as you offer 24-hour advance notice. For more details see the Seasons 52 Thanksgiving page here.
Shari’s Cafe has Turkey and Ham Holiday Feasts for $89.99 that serve 4-6 people available for pickup or delivery. You get the entree, sides, gravy, cranberry sauce and rolls. Or, go big with an Ultimate Holiday Feast to serve 10-12 for $169.99. You can order entrees and sides a la carte as well. Click here for a rundown, and find your specific Shari’s to make sure they are serving the Holiday Feasts.
Want info on more Shari’s deals, like their Kids Eat Free Tuesdays and free pie Wednesdays? Check out our Shari’s Cafe page here.
Shoney’s will have its famed Thanksgiving Feast from 11 AM – close on Thanksgiving Day. You’ll also get a free slice of Pumpkin Pie when you sit down for the buffet.
Waffle House restaurants will be open on Thanksgiving Day. Get more info for your specific location on the Waffle House website. Waffle House is always open, haven’t you heard? FEMA even measures the severity of storms by whether or not Waffle House has closed!
Whole Foods Market has complete Thanksgiving dinners available. Prices vary by location, but a Thanksgiving dinner of whole turkey and ham, stuffing and sides for twelve costs about $400. That’s pretty steep. However, you’re getting turkey and ham and about a half dozen sides. For more details or to place your order see the Whole Foods holiday website. Order by November 21 to get what you need for your feast.