November 16, 2017

Pick up Thanksgiving dinner or dine out for the holiday

A roundup of Philly restaurants cooking turkey, sides and desserts

Food & Drink Thanksgiving
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The newly opened Founding Farmers at King of Prussia will be open on Thanksgiving Day. The restaurant will be offering a fixed Turkey Day menu.

This Thanksgiving, no need to stress over stuffing or feel tense about turkey. Leave the cooking to the professionals.

Opt to dine out and enjoy a prix-fixe menu or a buffet. Many restaurants are also offering pick-up for the occasion.

Get your turkey, stuffing, sides and pies from the restaurants in our roundup below.


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EAT Café

EAT Café, Philadelphia's first pay-what-you-can restaurant, is taking orders for Thanksgiving side dishes and desserts, as part of a fundraiser.

All orders need to be placed by Sunday, Nov. 19. Everything will be ready for pick-up at the Café on Tuesday, Nov. 21 and Wednesday, Nov. 22.

Sides include:

•Mashed potatoes
•Stuffing
•Green beans
•Roasted brussel sprouts with bacon
•(Vegan) sautéed greens
•Mac & cheese
•Candied yams

Each dish is available in two different order sizes. The small is available for $15 and the large can be ordered for $40.

Dessert options include pecan pie for $35, sweet potato pie for $25 and an apple crisp for $25 or $55 (depending on size).

3820 Lancaster Ave.


Fette Sau

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Let Fette Sau take care of Thanksgiving dinner.

Order an all-natural smoked turkey with gravy from Fette Sau for $95. The full spread, which includes turkey, sweet potato mash, stuffing and green beans (enough to serve 12), is $240. Pumpkin pie is $24.

1208 Frankford Ave.
(215) 391-4888


Founding Farmers

The newly opened Founding Farmers in King of Prussia will be open on Thanksgiving Day. The restaurant will be offering a fixed "Turkey Day" menu.

Main course options include roasted turkey, maple-apricot-glazed ham, southern fried chicken, pork tenderloin, almond-mushroom-crusted white fish and vegetable mushroom loaf.

Dinner is $39 per adult and $20 per child, age 12 or younger.

Thursday, Nov. 23
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. | $20 per child, $39 per adult
255 Main St., King of Prussia, PA
(484) 808-4008


High Street on Market

The restaurant is accepting holiday pre-orders for its beloved breads, plus seasonal baked goods. Pick-up will be available on Wednesday, Nov. 22, beginning at 2 p.m. Selections include:

•Anadama ($10)
•Ancient grains ($7)
•Apple & oats ($7)
•Genzano ($6)
•Keystone ground ($10)
•New World rye ($8)
•Roasted potato ($8)
•Sweet potato dinner rolls (5 for $8)
•Spiced squash challa ($10)
•Maple pumpkin pie ($25)
•Apple streusel pie ($25)
•Molasses-ginger cookies ($10 per dozen)

308 Market St.
(215) 625-0988


Jones

Jones will offer Thanksgiving take-out. A dinner for six package is $110. There's also a build-your-own option.

Dishes available include turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, butternut squash, mac & cheese, apple pie, pumpkin pie and pecan pie.

Orders will be accepted until end of day on Monday, Nov. 20. Pick-up will be on Thursday, Nov. 23, until 4 p.m.

700 Chestnut St.
(215) 223-5663


Lil' Pop Shop's Lil' Pie Shop

Order a pie from Lil' Pie Shop for Thanksgiving. There's a pumpkin pie with toasted marshmallows, a spicy chocolate pudding pie, an apple crumble pie with salted caramel and more options.

Pies are $30 each. Place your order by Sunday, Nov. 19.

229 S. 20th St.
or
265 S. 44th St.
(215) 222-5829


London Grill

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Turkey is a Thanksgiving necessity.

London Grill's Thanksgiving buffet will be $45 per person. Guests will enjoy soup, the buffet and dessert. 

Dishes will include:

•Butternut and acorn squash soup
•Roasted turkey and apple cider-glazed ham
•Cornbread sausage stuffing
•Green bean casserole
•Sweet potato casserole topped with streusel
•Mac & cheese
•Cranberry sauce
•Pumpkin-ricotta pie

Thursday, Nov. 23
2-7 p.m. | $45 per person
2301 Fairmount Ave.
(215) 978-4545


Misconduct Tavern

Both Misconduct Tavern locations are offering a Thanksgiving dinner platter for $15. 

It includes turkey, stuffing, house-made cranberry sauce, green beans, glazed carrots and mashed potatoes. There will also be specials like the turkey burger with stuffing and cranberry relish.

Thursday, Nov. 23
All day | $15 per person
1511 Locust St.
or
1801 John F. Kennedy Blvd.


The Twisted Tail

The Twisted Tail offers a family-style Thanksgiving dinner each year. It will be available from noon to 10 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 23.

Guests choose a meat option – roasted Lancaster turkey, herb-crusted prime rib, pineapple-glazed ham or honey-BBQ-glazed salmon – and share sides. For dessert, there will be mini pumpkin, apple and pecan pies.

Dinner is $49 per person. Children younger than 10 can dine for $25. Those under 3 dine for free.

Thursday, Nov. 23
Noon to 10 p.m. | $25 per child and $49 per adult
509 S. Second St.


Sofitel Philadelphia's Chez Colette

Sofitel Philadelphia's Chez Colette will offer a Thanksgiving buffet from noon to 4 p.m. 

Enjoy turkey with all the trimmings, along with non-traditional fare like French cheese and charcutiere, oysters on the half shell and salmon with butternut squash risotto. 

The buffet is $65 per person.

Thursday, Nov. 23
Noon to 4 p.m. | $65 per person
120 S. 17th St.
(215) 564-7831


Walnut Street Café

Enjoy a three-course meal for $68 per person on Thanksgiving. 

To start, guests will have a choice of soup, salad or small plate. The main dish will be turkey with cranberry sauce and a choice of sides. At the end of the meal, everyone will get a slice of pie.

Thursday, Nov. 23
Noon to 8 p.m. | $68 per person
2929 Walnut St.
(215) 867-8067