These Atlanta Restaurants Are Open for Thanksgiving Dinner and Takeout

Why brine when you can order online.

It’s hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Everyone’s favorite carb-loaded holiday is going to look a little different this year. COVID-19 cases continue to rise, so you’re probably not going to be traveling or hosting the same amount of visitors as usual this year. Whether you’re spending Thanksgiving on Zoom with your family or with your pandemic pod, you deserve a delicious meal. Many of Atlanta’s restaurants are offering takeout packages to help lighten the load, and some are open for socially distanced dining. From the turkey to the buns to the pie, here’s where to go in Atlanta for Thanksgiving takeout.

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 Armour Yards.
How to order:Order online.

Smoked turkey, sides, and breads can be found in a family package that serves six people at Sweet Auburn. In addition to classic sides like macaroni and cheese, there are Sweet Auburn’s creative dishes like Asian jicama slaw and Jamaican jerk collards. 
How to order:Order online.

Pie is great, but we have a soft spot for the seasonally inspired cookies at A Haute Cookie. Flavors like sweet potato with white chocolate, pecans and walnuts, pumpkin snickerdoodle, and sugar pumpkin break up the monotony of your usual Turkey Day desserts (or buy them as a host gift).
How to order: Order in the shop or online.  

D.B.A. Barbecue


There are two Thanksgiving options at this popular barbecue joint. The family meal package includes 14-16 pounds of turkey with enough sides to feed eight (or more) people (sweet potato soufflé, anyone?). You can also order just the smoked turkey. 
How to order: Call 404-249-5010, orders must be placed by Monday, November 23.

Crave Pie Studio

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.
How to order: Order online.

Lyla Lila


Baked rigatoni with house-made sausage, broccoli rabe, and Parmigiano isn’t a side dish that springs to mind for Thanksgiving but if it’s from Lyla Lila, then we are here for it. Also on the menu for the takeout package that feeds eight people is a whole smoked Pennsylvania Amish turkey with oranges and shallots, a seasonally-inspired salad, and pumpkin budino. You can see the entire menu here
How to order:Order online.



Whether you’re in charge of bringing dessert or want to claim a whole pie for yourself (we won’t judge), Spring 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.
How to order:Order online.

The Decatur mainstay is putting its own twist on the Thanksgiving metal this year with a to-die-for takeout option. The package serves four people and includes turkey breast roulade with gravy, root vegetable gratin, garlic green beans, cranberry sauce, cornbread dressing, and an apple-cranberry crumble. For an additional cost, you can add a wine pairing to your meal. 
How to order:Order online.

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.
How to order: Make a reservation through OpenTable

Chefs from across CHG’s restaurants are teaming up to put together a standout Thanksgiving takeout situation. The menu includes a whole turkey, meatballs in tomato sauce from Sugo, bacon wrapped dates from the Iberian Pig, Brussels sprouts, and cranberry sauce. 
How to order:Order online, orders must be placed by November 22.

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.
How to order: No reservations for dine-in; order online for takeout.

Delbar is offering a Persian feast for the holiday season. The package is $230 and feeds 10 people with items like a spiced leg of lamb, sabzi polo with tahdig (a rice dish with scallions, parsley, and cilantro), dill labneh, and bread. 
How to order: call 404-500-1444, orders must be placed 48 hours in advance.


West Midtown

Bocado is offering takeout kits for groups of four ($85), six ($115), and eight ($145). Kits include 10 ounces of sliced turkey per person, sweet potato soufflé pie, and a variety of sides. 
How to order: Call 404-815-1399.

Bomb Biscuits


Maybe you’ve got your turkey and sides covered, but need help with the carbs? Bomb Biscuits, the delivery service run by Erika Council, is offering a Thanksgiving box. It contains biscuits, buns, and pies. Check to make sure you live in the delivery radius before ordering.
How to order:Order online.

Star Provisions

West Midtown

Star Provisions has raw turkeys available for purchase in addition to prepared fixings and desserts. Items on the menu include onion thyme rolls, roasted carrots with prunes and cumin, and sweet potato puree with marshmallow topping. 
How to order: Order online.

Local Three and sister restaurant Muss & Turners are joining forces to offer a fully-packed menu. Order a family meal ($500 for 12 plus people) or a la carte items including charcuterie boards, spiral cut ham, a whole turkey, various sides, and dessert. 
How to order:Order online

Southern Belle


Joey Ward’s takeout at Southern Belle has been one of the highlights of pandemic dining, so while the Thanksgiving menu is still TBA we’re sure it’ll be awesome, too. The three-course menu is $58 for two people. 
How to order:Order online.

Breadwinner Cafe and Bakery

Multiple locations

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.
How to order:Order online.

Nick’s Westside

West Midtown

Chef Nick Leahy is offering a Thanksgiving package with the proper fixings for $225. It includes a 10-14 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. 
How to order: Email