We all know Thanksgiving 2020 is going to look a lot different than it has in previous years. Families are staying home and figuring out smaller-scale plans. You’ll spend time with your smelly uncle via Zoom, which may not be a bad thing. The amount of food needed for your table will be a fraction of what it typically is. If the thought of trussing a turkey and making a million sides so your children can eat a dinner roll and some whipped cream has you running away in fear, there are Thanksgiving to-go and carryout options.
Here are the facts: Your appliances have been running non-stop since March. You’ve cooked endless meals for your family. The grocery stores are already a mess and avoiding them is a genius idea. There’s only so much turkey one person can eat. Need I go on?
This Thanksgiving, consider skipping the planning and execution and leave all the hard work to the professionals. Plus, you’re supporting some wonderful locally-owned restaurants this holiday season. Whether you’re serving two or twenty, these Detroit area restaurants have put together traditional Thanksgiving meals to-go so all you have to worry about is enjoying your meal.
Big Rock Chop House | Birmingham
Offering whole turkeys from two to eight people, with an array of choices on appetizers, sides, and desserts. Order deadline is November 20.
Chartreuse Kitchen & Cocktails | Downtown Detroit
Meal kits to serve from four to twelve people, available for preorder now. Limited quantities are available.
Ernie’s | Clinton Township
Choose from individual meals or a catered feast with a whole turkey. Order deadline is November 24.
Garage Grill & Fuel Bar | Northville
A fully-cooked feast for 8-10 people, includes all your traditional sides and a pumpkin pie. Order deadline is November 18.
Stage Deli | West Bloomfield
Fully prepared meal kit for eight people. Their dessert selections are incredible! Online ordering is now available.