Hill Country's Thanksgiving spread.
Is Thankgiving dinner prep feeling overwhelming?
Fool your guests with ‘home-cooked’ take-out or just enjoy restaurant quality food in your pajamas.
30 W 26th St., btwn Sixth and Broadway
This Southern-style restaurant will serve food for pick-up on Wednesday, November 25, and Thursday, November 26. The turkey, marked by Hill Country’s traditionally smoky taste, will come with your choice of sides including items such as Texas toast stuffing, sweet potato bourbon mash and ginger snap pumpkin pie. Orders come in two sizes: $175 feeds 5-8 people and includes a 9-pound turkey, three sides and a pie. The $255 price feeds 9-12 people and includes a 14-pound turkey, four sides and two pies. 212-255-4544, hillcountryny.com.
409 W 13 St., btwn Washington St. and Ninth Ave.
The Meatpacking District’s French bistro, Bagatelle, is giving guests the chance to bring gourmet home. The first option is a ready-to-eat roasted turkey with stuffing ($180 for 6-8 people, $200 for 10-12 people) and the second option is a ready-to-cook turkey with stuffing ($150 for 6-8, $175 for 10-12). The restaurant will have sides like butternut squash puree, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pies available for purchase. Pick-up will be Wednesday, November 25 between 4-9 p.m. and Thursday, November 26 from 9 to 2 p.m. 212-675-2400.
Brother Jimmy’s BBQ
All six locations of this restaurant will offer guests the opportunity to have a traditional BBQ Thanksgiving. The chain is offering two family-style packages for Thanksgiving take-out: one that is a 14-16 pound turkey ($130) and one that is a 20-22 pound turkey ($150). This turkey is not your normal roast– it is served Cajun fried style. Packages will come from a full array of trimmings including dishes like cornbread stuffing, collard greens and candied yams. The meal also includes your choice of pumpkin pie, pecan pie or apple crumb. 212-244-3503, brotherjimmys.com.
This city catering staple is offering Thanksgiving to go. The small Thanksgiving dinner costs $150 and includes a Plainville Farms turkey (12-14 pounds), stuffing, four sides, gravy, cranberry sauce, soft dinner rolls and choice of dessert. The medium Thanksgiving dinner ($200) comes with the above plus a 16-18 pound turkey and two desserts and the large dinner ($300) has a 20-22 pound turkey and three desserts. The side options include green beans, creamed corn, mashed potatoes, Brussel sprouts, creamed spinach and maple-roasted yams. Dessert choices include Carolina pecan pie, sweet potato pie, apple crisp, pumpkin pie and double chocolate layer cake. 212-796-8002, freshdirect.com.