Where to eat on Thanksgiving 2018 in Atlanta (or get turkey and fixings to-go)

No time to cook? No problem.

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Parish’s Thanksgiving spread

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Overwhelmed by how long you could potentially spend in the kitchen making a Thanksgiving feast? No problem! Reclaim your time and let these Atlanta restaurants help you feed your family so all that’s left on your to-do list is to be thankful.


5Church Atlanta
The Colony Square restaurant is offering a three-course prix fixe menu starting at 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Thanksgiving day. Dishes include saffron potato leek soup, Maryland crab cakes, traditional fried or baked turkey breast, shrimp and grits, braised short ribs and cracklin’ pork belly. Price is $50 per adult and $20 for children 12 and under, with a $20 optional wine pairing available. 1197 Peachtree Street Northeast, 404-400-3669.

Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar
Reserve your spot at this Virginia-Highland tavern for a Thanksgiving Day feast that includes smoked turkey breast, braised pork shoulder, green bean casserole, roasted apple and sage dressing, sweet potato biscuits, pumpkin cheesecake, and more. Price is $30 for adults, $20 for young adults, and $10 for kids under 10. Food starts at 3:30 p.m. and reservations are recommended. 794 North Highland Avenue, 404-876-7249.

Executive chef Christopher Grossman will open the St. Regis Atlanta restaurant on Thanksgiving Day to serve a special three-course prix fixe dinner with seasonal ingredients for $75 per person. 88 West Paces Ferry Road, 404-600-6471.

Hampton + Hudson
If you’re looking for a drink on Thanksgiving Day, stop by Hampton + Hudson after 6 p.m. as they’re offering a limited snack menu plus their regular beverage menu and a $5 seasonal beer and bourbon shot special. 299 North Highland Avenue, 404-948-2123.

Hobnob Neighborhood Tavern
The Brookhaven Hobnob is pulling out all the stops with its traditional Thanksgiving Day buffet from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Menu includes soup and salad selection, honey glazed ham, slow-roasted turkey breast, roasted Atlantic salmon, mac and cheese, and other sides plus a dessert station. Buffet will be $39/person. (The Midtown location on Piedmont will also be open and serving a limited version of its regular menu.) 804 Town Boulevard, Brookhaven, 404-464-8971

The Georgian Terrace
The Grand Ballroom at the Georgian Terrace will be serving a Thanksgiving Day feast featuring a chef’s carving station with bacon-basted turkey and slow roasted prime rib, traditional green bean casserole, poached shrimp, desserts and more from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The meal will be $50 for adults, $25 for children (12 and under), and complimentary for children under 3 years old. 659 Peachtree Street, 404-897-1991.

STK Atlanta
The steakhouse is offering their full menu plus special holiday offerings like lobster butternut squash, herb roasted turkey, chestnut stuffing, orange cranberry chutney, sweet potato puree, french green beans and a spiced pumpkin cheesecake. They will be open from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. 1075 Peachtree Street, 404-793-0144.

South City Kitchen
All three locations of this Fifth Group restaurant (Midtown, Buckhead, and Vinings) will be serve a three-course Thanksgiving Day dinner from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Menu options include she-crab soup, pimento cheese, roast turkey breast, seared salmon, Springer Mountain fried chicken, and pumpkin trifle. $55 for adults, $27.50 for kids 12 and under. 1144 Crescent Ave Northeast, 404-873-7358; 3350 Peachtree Road, 404-815-6677; 1675 Cumberland Parkway, Vinings, 770-435-0700


Sweet Auburn BBQ
Don’t miss their holiday packages with a delicious feast to-go. The family package feeds six and comes with two sides plus cornbread dressing, biscuits, turkey gravy and cranberry sauce. Or go big with the whole smoked turkey, which feeds 12. Place your preferred Thanksgiving order by Sunday, November 18 at 2 p.m. 656 North Highland Avenue, 678-515-3550 

Root Baking Co.
Did you sign up to bring dessert to your family gathering? Don’t miss the Ponce City Market bakery’s offerings from heirloom apple pie (made with apple-ginger filling and stone-milled flour crust), chocolate pecan pie, biscotti, and lemon and chocolate shortbread cookies. Make your order online or in person by Monday, November 19. 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue, 470-639-8046

Fox Bros Bar-B-Que
Add smoked meats to your table this year with with the barbecue restaurant’s whole smoked turkey or hickory smoked ham. You can also order traditional sides such as green bean casserole or cornbread dressing. Orders must be placed by Sunday, November 18. 1238 DeKalb Avenue Northeast, 404-414-0826

Garnish & Gather
A White Oak Pastures turkey would be a great addition to any table, especially when it comes with Eat Me Speak Me chef Jarrett Stieber’s brine. There are small and medium birds available ranging from $75-$100 available to order with side and dessert options by Thursday, November 15.

Muss & Turner’s
If you’ve got the main dish covered but need help bringing sides to your Thanksgiving feast, this Smyrna restaurant is here to help. Options include brown butter pecan sweet potato mash, sherry vinegar bacon Brussels sprouts, Welsh rarebit mac and cheese, and pumpkin bread with fig cream cheese, among others. Must order online or by phone by Saturday, November 17. 1675 Cumberland Parkway, Smyrna,

Star Provisions Market & Café
Choose from a pastured whole turkey, pastured bone-in turkey breast or pastured Heritage Black turkey and add your favorite sides like gravy, cranberry-orange relish, sage and apple dressing, sweet potato puree with mini marshmallows, buttered rutabaga, and others. Orders can be taken until Sunday, November 18 by 5 p.m. 1460 Ellsworth Industrial Boulevard, 404-365-0410

Customize your to-go menu with Parish’s a la carte and bundle options. The bundle option feeds 4-6 people for $120 and includes a bone-in turkey breast with a Chardonnay Turkey Jus, six traditional sides, house rolls, and a choice of pecan or pumpkin pie. Still hungry? Add one of their quart a la carte sides. Order by Monday, November 19th by 2 p.m. 240 North Highland Avenue, 404-681-4434

King Barbecue
For those looking for a feast of 12 to 14 people and zero cleaning, look no further than this Avalon restaurant. The to-go meal includes a cider-brined smoked turkey, cornbread dressing, baked mac and cheese, stewed green beans or collard greens, turkey gravy, and cranberry marmalade for $250. Better yet, you can pick up on Thanksgiving Day, so no need to reheat. 4195 Avalon Boulevard, 678-248-5159

Henri’s Bakery & Café
Call one of Henri’s three locations to order delectable sides to bring to your joint Thanksgiving get-together—from giblet gravy and cornbread stuffing to Parker House rolls and pumpkin, pecan, fruit, and chess pies. Order by Tuesday, November 20 for pick up the next day. 2310 Coronet Way, 404-968-9412; 56 East Andrews Drive Northwest, 404-237-0202; 6289 Roswell Road Northeast, Sandy Springs, 404-256-7934

Table & Main
The Roswell restaurant has all of the southern trimmin’s and fixin’s for your Thanksgiving table. Chef Woody Back has prepared traditional sides like his brown pan gravy, collard greens, cornbread and sausage stuffing, mac and cheese, and more. The sides are perfectly paired with pastry chef Kelly Lovett’s pecan and sweet potato pies. All of the offerings feed six people and need to be ordered by Sunday, November 18. 1028 Canton Street, Roswell, 678-869-5178

Alon’s Bakery & Market
The bakery will be offering its signature Thanksgiving to-go menu at their Dunwoody and Morningside locations. Stop by to customize your feast with Alon’s a la carte sides with your choice of turkey breast or a whole roasted or smoked turkey. Don’t forget dessert and pick up one of their salted caramel apple, chocolate chunk pecan, or classic pumpkin pies. In a rush? Order the Classic Turkey Feast for four people online that includes turkey and options for soup, dressing, and pie. 1394 North Highland Avenue, 404-872-6000; 4505 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, 678-397-1781