Thanksgiving is just 15 days down the road + with the way these last few weeks have flown by, you may not have made Thanksgiving plans yet. Heck, you might be shocked to find out it’s already November. Don’t worry — we’ve got you covered with a list of local restaurants with dine-in + carry-out options for your holiday. 2020 could be the year you host an entire Thanksgiving without needing to cook a single thing. 🍗
Where to dine-in for Thanksgiving:
Enjoy Thanksgiving dinner, featuring roasted turkey with cornbread stuffing and two sides. Plus, did we mention it’s only $12.99? Be sure to call and make reservations here.
Head downtown to The Terrace for Thanksgiving this year and enjoy a 4-course meal for $55 a person. Dinner here is reservation only so be sure to give the Terrace a call at (863)688-5420 to reserve your spot.
Enjoy Harborside’s annual Thanksgiving Day menu. Guests may order from the standard Thanksgiving menu which is $34.99 per adult from the A La Carte Thanksgiving menu as well. Reservations are currently being accepted for parties of all sizes.
A popular option, The Club at Eaglebrooke, is only accepting reservation requests at this time for those interested in Thanksgiving dinner. The event will offer staggered seating to avoid large crowds. To view the menu, click here.
Want to enjoy your Thanksgiving Day festivities a bit earlier this year? Head to Joshua’s Kitchen until 1 p.m. to enjoy a homemade meal.
A double-whammy – La Imperial Bakery will be open for dine-in as well as carryout options on Thanksgiving Day. Those interested in dining in can enjoy a special Thanksgiving lunch plate from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Click here for detailed information on carryout.
Where to carry-out food for your holiday:
Pre-order your Thanksgiving meal this year with Nutwood and enjoy brined and seasoned turkey, smoked hams, all of your favorite sides, and of course, pie. Pickup for meals occurs on Thanksgiving day from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Click here for the menu.
Place your order for Polk City/Lakeland BBQ now. Orders are being accepted until the catering list is full and then it’s cut off. To access the menu and locate the order button, scroll down to the bottom of this page.
Change it up this year and order your Thanksgiving meal from Taste of Home Grill. Here, meals go for $199 for a family of five and features three packages and multiple sides – including both full pan and half pan options. And, according to Lakeland Mom, you can order an add-on such as a prime rib, oxtails, or red snapper. Click here for the menu + pricing.
Be sure to order your meal from Juke & B’s now because orders are happening until Nov. 21…or until they sell out – whichever comes first. Smoked Turkey is going for $59 and a Whole Smoked Brisket is starting at $120. Pickup will occur on Thanksgiving Day in the Catapult parking lot. Click here for the menu and contact info.
Pickup a Fred’s Family Holiday Feast on Nov. 25 by 8 p.m. and enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving meal. According to their site, $80 feeds about 8 people – umm, wow. You can view the menu here.
Leave it to Florida’s favorite grocery store to make Thanksgiving easy this year. Publix is offering a fully-cooked turkey dinner this year, big enough to serve 7-10 people. The meal includes all of the fixings and reheating instructions. Dinners must be picked up in the store where the order was placed. To view the full menu, click here.
Cracker Barrel offers a handful of Thanksgiving Family Meals from the Thanksgiving Heat N’ Serve Feast to Fresh-Baked Holiday Pies – they have it all. Plus, in-person dining is available on Thanksgiving Day for the Turkey ‘n’ Dressing Meal. Please note that certain to-go meals have differing availability.