Whether it’s too late to start thawing the turkey or you’re looking for a reason to stay out of the kitchen this Thanksgiving, we’ve got you. Here are local places you can still get a feast to feed your family and friends:
Brothers Pizzeria, 214 W. 4th St. | $70 | Servings vary | The restaurant oven bakes seasoned turkeys that are between 15 and 16 pounds. so you just have to come up with side dishes and desserts. The last day to call the restaurant to order is Tuesday, Nov. 21.
Mrs. Pumpkin’s, 3645 Reynolda Rd. | $35 | Feeds 4 people | Choose between a Moravian chicken pie or chicken pot pie for the entree. The meal also comes with one side, salad, tea, bread, and a dessert pie from the bakery and deli. Order online or in store by Wednesday, Nov. 22.
The Porch, 840 Mill Works St. | $200 | Feeds 6-7 people | Choose between a whole roasted or smoked turkey and three sides. Gravy, rolls + cranberry sauce are included. Extra sides and desserts are available for an additional cost. Orders will be accepted until 9 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 20.
ROAR, 633 N. Liberty St. | $120 to feed 2-4 people, $160 to feed 4-6 people | Opt for two meats or six vegetables. The meal also includes a choice of three sides. Dinner rolls, gravy, and herb butter are also provided. Orders must be placed by Tuesday, Nov. 21 for pickup on Wednesday, Nov. 22.
Want to dine somewhere other than your table at home? ROAR will also offer a Thanksgiving buffet on the holiday, Nov. 23 from 12 to 5 p.m. — no reservation required. Each meal ticket includes access to bowling, simulators, or mini-golf. A complimentary adult apple cider will also be included. Tickets are $39.95 for adults and $20 for children under age 12.