Thanksgiving is around the corner and it’s been a bit of an odd year. With everything that has happened and is currently going on in 2020, you might want to get your Thanksgiving feast to-go.
Maybe you don’t have the energy or the time to prepare the turkey and all the fixing this year. If this is the case or you just prefer to let someone else do it, you need to know where to go.
There are plenty of great restaurants providing fully-cooked Thanksgiving meals and a la carte options throughout NoVA and DC. You can support a local business and get the feast you desire. Here are some of the top choices for your to-go Thanksgiving meal this year.
Top 10 Restaurants in NoVA & DC for To-Go Turkey Dinners
1. Ambar Clarendon
A great spot with rotisserie turkey, mashed potatoes, pumpkin potage, apple pie, and more. Ambar Clarendon offers plenty of options off the grab-and-go menu for your Thanksgiving feast. The cost is $50 for a couple or $90 for a family of four.
2. Hamrock’s Restaurant
Get your family meal to-go for Thanksgiving for $100 from Hamrock’s Restaurant. The meal will feed up to five adults with dishes, such as fresh herb breadcrumb stuffing and jalapeno and cherry cranberry sauce. You can even add on salads, desserts, and wine.
Choose from roasted turkey or maple-glazed ham. They also include deviled eggs on the menu, along with mashed potatoes and mashed sweet potatoes.
3. Market Table Bistro
Offering Thanksgiving meals for $120 feeding four people, Market Table Bistro provides everything you need. The meal will include turkey breast, green bean casserole, stuffing, and apple cobbler. It’s traditional and comes straight from the farm.
4. Smokecraft Modern Barbecue
A Thanksgiving meal with a wonderful smokey flavor, Smokecraft Modern Barbecue offers smoked turkey, brisket, and ham. They even have smoked cheese and will be offering Bourbon mashed sweet potatoes, chocolate cherry bread pudding, and more.
5. Trummer’s Restaurant
If you’re looking for a fully-cooked turkey meal, Trummer’s Restaurant is the right choice for you. They offer to-go whole rotisserie turkeys with plenty of sides for $265.
The turkey will be taken off the bone and you can choose sides, such as mac and cheese, whipped potatoes, cornbread stuffing, cornbread, apple crisp, and more.
6. Blue Duck Tavern
A good option in DC for a take-home Thanksgiving meal, Blue Duck Tavern provides means for six to eight people. The turkeys range from 12 to 14 pounds and they are all free-range.
Along with turkey, you can choose from bread, and six sizes including stuffing, cranberry-fig relish, cornbread sausage stuffing, and more. The cost of this turkey dinner is $445.
7. Fare Well
A plant-based option offering Thanksgiving dinners for vegetarians and vegans, Fare Well provides a $120 option for four people. This dinner will include chickpea seitan steak, roasted onion gravy, bread stuffing, brussels sprouts, and more.
They can even provide a wheat-free Thanksgiving dinner for $30 per person. This option includes a tofu roast instead of the seitan steak.
8. Blend 111
Another great restaurant offering a Thanksgiving feast, Blend 111 provides a meal for two for $139. This means will include roasted pork shank, mofongo with garlic, toasted coconut rice, tres leches cake, and more. They also have optional add-ons to choose from.
9. Mount Vernon Inn Restaurants
Get your turkey and four sides from Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant for your Thanksgiving feast. They provide a choice of dessert with all the means and you can customize the feat to fit up to ten people.
Traditional sides, such as green beans and cranberries, sweet potato mash, and cornbread are all on the menu. Enjoy plenty of add-ons, too including special reserve Madeira or Whiskey sours. They also offer spiral cut ham, whole pumpkin pies, and more.
Another Washington DC option with a great Thanksgiving feast, Annabelle offers a meal feeding four to six people for $255. All turkeys are organically-raised and come with seasonal sides, such as roasted honeynut squash or fennel salad. Of course, you can also get the traditional pumpkin pie as a part of your meal.
These are just a few of the many options for your to-go Thanksgiving feast in Northern Virginia and Washington DC. Northern Virginia Magazine has a full running list you can find on their website here if you need more options to choose from.