Where to Order the Perfect Thanksgiving Dinner in Atlanta

Cooking for Turkey Day doesn’t have to be so much of a hassle this year.

Thanksgiving is a time for food, fun, and fellowship, but sometimes the preparation can be a bit stressful. Outside of hosting those cousins and in-laws that you barely speak to during the year; cooking for multiple people takes hours (and sometimes days). With Turkey Day steadily approaching, there are plenty of restaurants in Atlanta and its surrounding suburbs that are offering meal packages this year that will surely take a load off of whomever in your family is tasked with cooking. More food, less cleanup—what more can you ask for? From the Southern cuisine at Revival to the delicious desserts at Crave Pie, the 404 has got you covered this holiday season.

Ocean And Acre


If you want to dine out in the burbs, head to Ocean & Acre where they’re offering a four-course menu. There are traditional offerings like turkey breast and creamed winter green gratin but seafood dishes, too, like crab hush puppies, crab stuffed flounder, and peel and eat shrimp.


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Go real southern with side dishes from Revival. Offerings include cranberry orange chutney, honey molasses glazed carrots, and smoked turkey gravy. On November 23, you can order their delicious Thanksgiving sides for pickup between the hours of 4pm - 7:30 pm.

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A la carte and family meals are available from the popular barbecue restaurant in Summerhill. Items on the menu include whole smoked turkey (or turkey breast), cornbread stuffing, and sweet potato casserole. Apple crumble, brown butter pumpkin, and bourbon chocolate pecan pies are also available.

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Don your fanciest Thanksgiving pants for a dressed up feast at Atlas in the St. Regis. The three course menu includes choices like oyster Rockefeller, turkey with truffle mousse, pumpkin risotto, and pumpkin pie. There are also three different levels of wine pairings available. The Garden Room will be open, too, with a la carte options.

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You can’t bring Mission + Market’s chic dining room home with you, but you can treat yourself to their prepared feast. The family meal includes a carved turkey, cranberry relish, sweet potatoes, and brioche sausage stuffing. It also includes a sandwich kit for your leftovers.

If you’re looking for a glam Thanksgiving, the Four Seasons Atlanta has you covered. Options include the Thanksgiving Brunch at Park 75 with 10 stations offering breakfast treats and autumnal lunch items. Bar Margot is offering a three course dinner of traditional fare with chef Sosa Hester’s twists.

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Fox Bros Bar-B-Q

Armour Yards

Family meals and a la carte options are available from the popular barbecue joint. Options include a whole smoked turkey, classic sides such as green bean casserole and cornbread dressing, and pies. If you really feel like treating yourself, tack on an order of the Dr. Pepper chocolate cake. Orders must be picked up at the Fox Bros. catering facility in Chattahoochee Works.

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Smoked turkey, sides, and breads can be found in a family package that serves six people at Sweet Auburn. Comforting side dishes include creamed corn, wok fried green beans, and Jamaican collards.

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Crave Pie

Multiple locations

Headed to the burbs? Crave Pie has you covered with their Duluth and Alpharetta locations. Flavors on the holiday menu include roasted pumpkin, Dutch apple (with and without cranberries), chocolate bourbon pecan, and chocolate chess. Orders must be placed ahead of time and walk-in orders won’t be permitted the week of Thanksgiving.

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Whether you’re in charge of bringing dessert or want to claim a whole pie for yourself (we won’t judge), Spring’s the place. Brian So and his team are offering pie takeout for Thanksgiving. There are two options: maple bourbon pecan pie with candied orange and classic pumpkin pie with cinnamon and vanilla.

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If you’re looking to get out of the house on Thanksgiving, Paces & Vine has you covered. The family-style meal includes turkey, mashed potatoes, croissants, fall salad, pumpkin pie, and more.

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For those who need a place to go the evening of Thanksgiving, and want something other than turkey, look no further than Hampton + Hudson. The polished sports bar will have a limited menu beginning at 6 pm with burgers, wings, and fries. If you still want turkey, don’t fret, there’s also a turkey plate with a little bit of all the fixings (including pumpkin pie). There are also takeout packages available.

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Local Three has an a la carte menu with proteins like a brined and roasted Bell & Evans turkey and snacks such as pimento cheese with club crackers. They also have the “everything but the kitchen sink” family meal which includes a choice of protein (turkey or ham), multiple sides (including bread and gravy), and pies.

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Breadwinner Cafe and Bakery

Dunwoody & Sandy Springs

The beloved lunch cafe has so many delicious offerings on their a la carte Thanksgiving menu. Standouts on it include turkey smoked on the Big Green Egg, macaroni and cheese with a Goldfish topping, and garlicky mashed potatoes. Turkey chili, soups, and breads are also available. While you’re at it, you might as well order some treats for Hanukkah like grilled salmon filets and latkes since it’s right around the corner.

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Nick’s Westside

West Midtown

Chef Nick Leahy is offering a Thanksgiving package with the proper fixings for $250. It includes a 14 - 16 pound herb-brined turkey, gravy, buns, and five side dishes which include macaroni and cheese and roasted sweet potatoes. You also have the option to just buy the turkey for $125.

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Okla Jones is an Atlanta-based journalist who writes about food, fine arts, and entertainment. His work also appears in ESSENCE, Creative Loafing Atlanta, and Consequence of Sound. Follow him on Instagram at @coolhandoak.
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