Thanksgiving Take Home Options in St. Louis
The Thanksgiving holiday is expected to be a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean it has to be any less enjoyable. Tons of St. Louis restaurants and catering companies are offering pickup and delivery dinners, from both traditional and non traditional items. Here is a full list of the spots offering meals and other holiday treats.
Baileys’ Restaurants is offering Thanksgiving dishes a la carte or as one big package. Choose from smoked turkey, pies, cranberry sauce and more. You can order for 2 starting at $120, ranging to an order for 10 for $250. Full dinners include turkey, stuffing, roasted Brussels sprouts, gravy and a pie. Order online for pickup on Nov. 25.
The popular barbecue joint, Beast Craft BBQ is offering a whole smoked turkey or whole smoked turkey breast, plus a smattering of barbecue-inspired sides like bacon mac ‘n’ cheese, stuffing and potato salad. Don’t forget the dessert; you can pick up a pumpkin gooey butter cake for $20. Preorder online for Thanksgiving day pickup.
Bogart’s may be closed for business for the winter, but this popular barbecue joint is opening its doors for to-go Thanksgiving meals. You can order a smoked turkey breast or ham, plus a smattering of barbecue sides. If you want to go nontraditional and stick to what Bogart’s does best, you can also order a couple of racks of ribs. Order online by Nov. 20 for pickup on Nov. 25.
When you think of Thanksgiving, French-inspired cuisine is probably is not the first thing that comes to mind, but the Thanksgiving-to-go by Brasserie might just change that. You can pick up a full feast for six for $400 plus tax, which is ready to finish cooking, heat and serve to your hungry brood. Enjoy housemade fresh cheese and herbs, cured olives, roasted root vegetable puree, mushroom and leek gratin, turkey breast roulade, confit turkey leg, cognac truffle turkey jus and a pumpkin tart to polish off the evening. Order online for pickup on Nov. 24 or 25.
Butler’s Pantry is offering a full catered Thanksgiving dinner this year, and you can choose from either a petite or full buffet to satisfy everyone at your gathering. The $375 petite buffet feeds four to six, while the $600 full buffet serves eight to 10. Customize your meal with your choice of protein, sides, desserts and even add on extras as you please. To place an order for pickup or delivery (not available Thanksgiving Day), call Butler’s Pantry or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ces & Judy’s is offering a full Thanksgiving feast that is ready to reheat and eat for a family of four. Available for both pickup or delivery on Nov. 25, you can select a full Thanksgiving feast for $93.70 for four people, or “just the sides” for $72.50. The full meal includes a harvest salad, sage and marsala butter sliced turkey breast with gravy, carrot soufflé, orange-bacon-pecan Brussels sprouts, garlic whipped potatoes and a few more sides. Add a dessert for a little extra. Call Ces & Judy’s by Nov. 20 to place your order.
The Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis is offering a luxurious Thanksgiving to-go feast for pickup in downtown St. Louis. The $390 meal feeds up to ten people and includes a whole smoked or roasted free-range turkey, cranberry-orange chutney, sweet potato mash with roasted marshmallows and several other Thanksgiving classics, including a choice of two desserts. You can also head to Cinder House day-of for a seating Thanksgiving dinner from chef Josh Adams. Orders can be made by calling 314-881-5759 or emailing email@example.com and must be made by Nov. 19 for pickup from the hotel valet area on Nov. 26.
Eckert’s is offering a full Thanksgiving feast for the whole family for pickup. The feast costs $99, feeds 8-10 people and includes a 4- to 5-pound pre-made roasted turkey breast, 4 pounds of mashed potatoes, 4 pounds of steamed green beans with bacon, 4 pounds of homemade stuffing, a dozen dinner rolls and a 10-inch pumpkin pie. Orders can be placed online by Nov. 22 and picked up on Nov. 25.
No time to plan your feast this year? Let us do the heavy lifting for you with our Thanksgiving Feasts To-go, which includes everything you need to make a homemade Turkey Day spread. Choose between whole roasted turkey, honey mustard-crusted ham, pecan and hickory smoked turkey breast, or herb-crusted prime rib; then pick your sides (including candied yams, creamy mashed potatoes, cranberry-spiced Brussels sprouts and turkey stuffing) and top it off with a house-made dessert. Visit gatewayarch.com/thanksgiving-feast-at-home to order. Orders must be placed by Friday, November 20 at 10 a.m. Meals must be picked up at the Riverboats at the Gateway Arch by November 25 at 5 p.m. Meals needing to be picked up earlier than November 25 require a 72-hour notice.
Whether you are planning on cooking your own turkey or picking yours up hot and ready to eat, Grace Meat + Three is the place for you. You can pick up a whole 12- to 14-pound turkey, sweet tea brined and smoked overnight, for $65, or pick up a raw brined bird for $35. You can also grab some favorite sides like green bean casserole and Grace’s bourbon-spiked spin on mashed sweet potatoes, or pick up a pie for $40. You can find all of this and more on Grace’s holiday ordering shop.
If you can’t do it in person, Hamilton Hospitality which includes restaurants like Vin de Set, PW Pizza, Eleven Eleven Mississippi, Hamilton’s Urban Steakhouse and more has some great options to support them. They’re offering never expiring Gift Cards, Fully-Cooked Holiday Meals to go, Beer & Wine & Food experiences, and online interactive holiday cocktail or cookie baking kits. For more information contact their holiday concierge; John Dalton at 314-609-1169 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Clark & Bourbon is bringing their kitchen to your table. They’re offering a Traditional Thanksgiving for $75 for 2 guests that includes Greens salad, roasted turkey breast, whipped potatoes, spiced honey carrots, brioche & cranberry stuffing, cider glazed Brussels sprouts, pan gravy, pumpkin pie. They’re also offering an enhanced menu for a minimum of 4 guests at $65 per and $85 per person. Place orders via phone at (314) 597-9700 by 3pm on November 20. View the menu here.
The James Beard award winning, Nathaniel Reid Bakery is offering offering a selection of Thanksgiving desserts. Selections include pumpkin pie with maple-white chocolate chantilly or roasted apple pie with brown sugar streusel. Orders can be placed via phone or online when orders open on Nov. 10.
The holidays are still on and Patty Long Catering is making sure you can still celebrate. Rather you are looking for pick-up, drop-off or full-service. Their menu can be used to help you and your friends, family and/or coworkers celebrate. To Order give them a call or email today to discuss options. 314-621-9895 or email@example.com.
The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis is reshaping their Thanksgiving holiday tradition this year with an unforgettable festive feast. The Thanksgiving Brunch take-home menu includes holiday staples such as whole-roasted free-range turkey, prime rib, roasted garlic potato puree, green bean casserole, roasted root vegetables and, of course, pumpkin pie. The family style meal serves up to six guests with all the traditional staples and is priced at $420 plus taxes. Call 314.719.1433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order before Nov. 20 for curbside pickup on Nov. 26.
Give yourself a break this year and let Ruth Chris take your Thanksgiving meal prep off your To-Do list. bring their family style favorites to your home for Thanksgiving. Their Thanksgiving menu includes resturant favorites like their oven roasted turkey breast, sweet Potato Casserole, Au Gratin Potatoes, Mac & Cheese, Baby Carrots and more. The family style meal serves up to 6-8 for half orders and 12 – 16 for full orders. To place an order you can click here.
Salt + Smoke is offering some delicious Thanksgiving items for everyone to enjoy. For $99, you can pick up either a whole turkey or a whole smoked brisket. They’re also offering their white Cheddar cracker mac ‘n’ cheese and green bean casserole by the gallon. Order online for pickup on Thanksgiving day between 10am and 1pm from the Delmar Loop location.
All three of Schlafly’s brewpubs – Tap Room, Bottleworks and Bankside are offering meal bundles of Thanksgiving favorites. The Thanksgiving Dinner Bundle is $65 and includes an 8-10 pound turket breast, family-sized green beans, mashed potatoes with gravy and a Patio Pack beer sample. The Patio Pack sampler includes Raspberry Hefeweizen, American IPA, American Lager and Pale Ale. You can re-order your Schlafly’s Thanksgiving meals for curbside pickup on November 22 through 25. Orders must be placed by November 20. You can place your orders here
SqWires in Lafayette Square is offering several options for Thanksgiving. Guests can purchase a whole roasted turkey, side’s like braised collards, stuffing and mashed potatoes and desserts like a 10-inch pumpkin and apple pies. Guests can also choose to purchase a plated dinner for $28. The plated dinner includes slided turkey breast, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans and wild mushrooms, cranberry sauce, a dinner roll and slice of apple pie. Orders must be placed by noon on Nov. 20 for pickup on November 25 and 26. You can place orders here.
The Last Hotel is available for Thanksgiving Dinner. Menu includes special Thanksgiving items plus their regular menu. Open from 2p-7pm. Visit TheLastKitchenstl.com for menus and to reserve your spot.
The acclaimed Central West End hot spot, Vicia is offering take-home family meals that are affordable and delicious. Order family-sized dishes a la carte, such as an herb-roasted turkey breast, roasted squash salad or caramelized brussels sprouts, or keep it simple and order the Vicia Thanksgiving Family Feast, a full spread intended to feed 4 to 6 people for $230. You can also order individual portions of a Thanksgiving Farmers’ Feast for $50 a person. Order now through November 15th for pickup on November 25th.
Weber Grill is overing stress-free & fire grilled Thanksgiving Feasts for both dine-in or social distance at home. Order thanksgiving favorites like grilled roasted smoked turkey, garlic mashed potatoes, grilled sausage stuffing and more. Their Thanksgiving Feast is $32 for adults and $14 fords, 10 and under. Make your reservations and orders online. Order now now through November 20th for pickup on November 25 or 26.
Whether your gathering will be four people, a little bigger or a little smaller, Winslow’s Table has options for preordering a Thanksgiving feast. Choose from entrees and sides that feed four, like a whole roasted turkey breast, roasted carrots or mushroom and kale stuffing, or pick up a farmers’ plate of Thanksgiving classics for $30 per person. If you’re expecting more than four, preorder an entire Buttonwood Farms turkey or pick up a pie to bring to the potluck. Place an order online through the restaurant’s Thanksgiving shop.