A Guide to Thanksgiving Dinner in St. Louis
Thanksgiving is upon us. Check out the menus at the following restaurants serving holiday feasts throughout the St. Louis area. You and your family are invited to gather around their table or place an order from their special carryout menus.
Adam’s Smokehouse: The barbecue joint is offering several meats for preorder, including smoked or whole roasted turkey, smoked chicken, ribs, beef brisket, or smoked salami with a wide selection of traditional Thanksgiving sides. Carryout: Place order by November 19 and specify pickup time on November 24. 2819 Watson, 314-875-9890.
Baileys’ Restaurants: Offering a farm-to-table Thanksgiving menu. The menu includes smoked turkey, Brussel sprouts with butternut squash, oyster and cremini mushroom stuffing, sweet potatoes, cornbread, cranberries, turkey or vegan gravy and pies from Baileys’ Bakery. Guests can places orders for pickup Nov. 15-24 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Rooster on South Grand, 3150 S Grand Blvd, St. Louis
Big Sky Café: The Webster Groves café is offering brined turkey breast from Buttonwood Farms, seasoned with spiced apple bacon dressing, broccolini, and cranberry Dijon gravy. The menu comprises a selection of traditional sides and several pies, including carrot cake cupcakes with cream cheese frosting, coconut chocolate mousse pie, caramel apple pecan pie, and bourbon pecan pie. Items are family portioned to feed 4-6 people. Carryout: Pre-order by November 17 and pick up on November 24 with reheating instructions. 47 S. Old Orchard, 314-962-5757.
Bogart’s Smokehouse: Save the hassle of cooking and pick up a smoked, bacon-wrapped ham for 10-12 people or a whole smoked turkey breast for 6-8. $65 and $42. The Soulard smokehouse is offering additional sides. Carryout: Place order by November 17, and pick up on November 24 from 10:30 a.m.–3 p.m. 1627 S. 9th, 314-621-3107.
Botanica: The new Italian restaurant in Wildwood is preparing several sides and desserts to take home and bake, including macaroni and cheese, collard greens with smoked ham hocks, roasted Brussels sprouts with aioli and parmesan, butter lettuce salad, buttermilk biscuits, and peach cobbler. Sides are portioned to feed groups of four and eight. Prices vary. Carryout: Pre-order by November 18, and pick up on November 24 from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. 2490 Taylor, Wildwood, 636-821-1233.
Butler’s Pantry: Offering petite and full buffets to go with your choice of dips and spreads, salads, sides, and dessert. Meat options include whole roasted turkey, roasted turkey breast, classic glazed ham, and roasted pork loin. Several enhancements are also available. Serves six to eight people for $475 and 10–12 for $675. Carryout: Call 314-664-7680 or email email@example.com to place an order for pickup or delivery by noon on November 22. 1414 Park.
The Capital Grille: The Clayton restaurant has all of the sides ready. The sides serve a total of four people for $125 and include brioche stuffing, housemade gravy, smashed potatoes, pecan-crusted sweet potatoes with hot honey, French green beans, cranberry-pear chutney, and seeded rolls. Dine in: Open 11 a.m.–9 p.m. on Thanksgiving. 101 S. Hanley, 314-725-0930. Carryout: Pre-order and pick up on November 24 from 9 a.m.– 5 p.m. or November 25 from 9 a.m.–11 a.m. All orders include heating instructions.
Clementine’s Creamery: Top off your slice of pie with a lovely scoop from St. Louis’ beloved ice cream chain, which is offering four specialty ice cream flavors: Maple Bourbon Pecan, Chocolate Cabernet, Gooey Butter Cake, and Salted Cracker Caramel. Pints range from $12–$15. All locations.
Cafe La Vie: the restaurant inside Clayton’s Le Meridien hotel, has a special Thanksgiving package that feeds up to four. The meal features brined, roasted turkey breast and several sides, including roasted Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, ciabatta dinner rolls and a 10-inch pumpkin pie. To preorder, call the hotel, visit opentable.com/cafe-la-vie-saint-louis or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 21. 7730 Bonhomme Ave., Clayton, 314.863.0400
Cinder House: The downtown restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis is offering an a la carte menu of roasted turkey, charred corn and herb dressing, sweet potato mole, fire roasted Brussels sprouts, and cranberry lime jus for $60 per person. It’s also providing a carryout option featuring grilled citrus and herb buttered turkey with Brussels sprouts and bacon, confit cipollini onions, and queso fresco, whipped roasted garlic and celeriac potatoes, sweet potato hash with ginger and toasted marshmallow, three-cheese cauliflower gratin with cheddar breadcrumbs, stuffing, roasted winter squash with poached cranberries and goat cheese, and sautéed haricot vert with maitake mushrooms and a mix of roasted and crispy shallots. The meal comes with two types of salads, apple cranberry sauce, herb turkey gravy, pumpkin pie with vanilla Chantilly, and cranberry almond tart. Feeds eight to 10 people for $385. Dine in: Open Thanksgiving from noon–8 p.m. Call 314-881-5759 to make a reservation. 999 N. 2nd. Carryout: Pre-order by November 18 by calling 314-881-5759 or emailing email@example.com. Pick up in the hotel valet area on November 25 from 9 a.m.–noon.
Dalie’s Smokehouse: Choose from your choice of two meats (whole smoked turkey with gravy or bacon-wrapped ham) and two sides (green bean casserole and sweet potato peach casserole). The package feeds eight to 10 people for $95. An a la carte menu is also available. Carryout: Pre-order by November 19, and pick up on November 23 or 25 from 11 a.m.–9 p.m. 2951 Dougherty Ferry, 636-529-1898.
Eckert’s Country Restaurant: Offering several seasonal-flavored pies for $16.99. Flavors include Dutch apple, peach, caramel apple, and more. Carryout: Pre-order by November 22. 951 S. Green Mount, Belleville, Illinois, 618-310-1962.
Grace Meat + Three: The Grove restaurant is offering an a la carte menu with whole turkeys either roasted or smoked with your choice of brine and seasonings. Sides feature house dressing, green bean casserole, bourbon whipped sweet potatoes, garlic whipped mashed potatoes, cranberries, and honey butter rolls. For dessert, indulge in three kinds of pies: pumpkin, bourbon pecan, or salted honey custard. Carryout: Pick up rubbed and uncooked turkeys on November 24 from 2 p.m.–5 p.m. and ready-to-eat turkeys on November 25 from 9 a.m.–11 a.m. 4270 Manchester, 314-533-2700.
Hamilton Hospitality: The multi-concept restaurant group is offering an a la carte-style menu with four main-course options: whole roasted turkey with stuffing and gravy, five pounds of prime rib with au jus and horseradish crema, two entire racks of lamb with a demi-glace, and three pounds of toasted salmon with lemon pepper aioli. Focaccia, spinach salad, Yukon Gold mashed potatoes with stuffing and gravy, and roasted cauliflower and carrots are available as side options. A wine selection is also available. Carryout: Pre-order by 5 p.m. on November 19, and pick up on November 24 from 2 p.m.–6 p.m. at PW Pizza, 2017 Chouteau.
Friendsgiving at Juniper: Guests will dine in Juniper’s private room and enjoy a family style dinner perfect for hosting a Friendsgiving – and you won’t need to clean up the mess! Family style menu is $45 with a plated menu option for $55. To Book visit timetodisco.com
Morton’s The Steakhouse: Serving a special Thanksgiving menu that features oven-roasted turkey roulade, sage and cranberry stuffing, winter salad, smoked gouda au gratin, baked corn souffle, creamed spinach, green beans almondine, and pumpkin cheesecake with salted caramel sauce. $59 per person. The to-go option serves four people for $179. Dine in: Open on Thanksgiving from 5–10 p.m. 999 N. 2nd, 314-725-4008. Carryout: Pre order by November 23 and pick up November 24-25.
Nathaniel Reid Bakery: The Kirkwood bakery is offering several sweet items and assortment boxes, including an Autumn macaron box, chocolate croissant bread pudding, and more. The bakery is also stocking a small variety of savory bacon and four-cheese quiches. Carryout: Pre-order by November 17 while supplies last, and pick up through November 24. Closed on Thanksgiving. 11243 Manchester, 314-858-1019.
Orlando’s: The family-style buffet offers roasted turkey of dark and white meat served with rich gravy, choice of three sides from a traditional selection of Thanksgiving dinner counterparts, buttered rolls, cranberry sauce, garden salad, and pumpkin pie. Serves 10 for $165. A la carte options are also available. Carryout: Pickup and delivery available through November 24. 4300 Hoffmeister, 314-638-6660.
Russell’s: The popular neighborhood restaurant is offering several fall-flavored pies and cakes for carryout. Pie flavors include pumpkin, apple, cherry, apple cranberry, chocolate cream, pecan, and lemon meringue. Pies range from $17.95–$27.50. Holiday cakes are offered in the flavors signature chocolate with espresso buttercream, buttermilk pound cake with fall-spiced buttercream, pumpkin spice latte, toasted coconut, s’mores, and carrot. Cakes are sized at 6 and 9 inches for $29–$68. Additional sweet treats are also available. Carryout: Pre-order and pick up on November 24. Both Fenton and Macklind locations.
Salt and Smoke: Featuring whole turkey with gravy and smoked brisket for $99 and Thanksgiving pies for $29.99. Carryout: Pre-order while supplies last, and pick up on November 25 from 10 a.m.–1 p.m. 6525 Delmar, 314-727-0200.
The Shaved Duck: Offering an a la carte menu with a whole cherry and hickory smoked turkey and smoked turkey breast by the pound. Featured sides include kale and butternut squash salad, mashed potatoes, brussels sprouts, stuffing, green bean and sweet potato casseroles, and a baguette with roasted garlic butter. A wine selection is also available. Carryout: Pre-order by November 18; curbside pickup on November 24. 2900 Virginia, 314-776-1407.
Super Smokers BBQ: The holiday catering menu offers whole smoked turkey, smoked bacon–wrapped pork loin, smoked sliced turkey, homemade dressing with sweet apples and cranberries, homemade green beans with sweet peppers, sweet potato casserole, garlic mashed potatoes with turkey gravy, and whole pumpkin and cherry pies. Sides are portioned to feed groups of six to 10 and 15 to 20 people. Prices vary. Carryout: Pre-order and pick up on November 23 and 24. Both Affton and Eureka locations.
SqWire’s: The Lafayette Square restaurant is offering plated dinners for $32 per person with sliced turkey breast, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans and wild mushrooms, cranberry sauce, a dinner roll, and a slice of apple pie. A la carte items are also available, including a whole roasted turkey. Carryout: Pre-order by noon on November 19, and pick up from noon–7 p.m. on November 24 or from 8 a.m.–noon. November 25. Preheating instructions included. 1415 18th, 314-865-3522.
Winslow’s Table: The University City restaurant is offering several savory, sweet, and single-serve options. The carryout menu features herb-roasted turkey breast, leg, and thigh from Buttonwood Farm, green bean casserole, cranberry compote, and more. The single-serve meal includes turkey breast with gravy, mashed potatoes, kale and mushroom stuffing, cranberry dressing, roasted carrot salad, and fresh bread with butter for $25. Dessert options include several pies and other sweet treats, such as pumpkin, apple crumb, and French silk pies and cinnamon rolls. Carryout: Pre-order by November 17 and pick up on November 24 from 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 314-725-7559 to place an order. 7213 Delmar.