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Where to find Thanksgiving dinner in Derby City

Here are some of our favorite carry-out and dine-in options for Turkey Day.

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Our mouths are watering just thinking about turkey.

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Want to celebrate the day of thanks, but not planning on cooking a full dinner this year? Don’t quit Thanksgiving cold turkey — we’ve got you covered with where to dine-in + carry-out for turkey day in Derby City.

🍽️ Where to dine-in:

Mitchell’s Fish Market | Open 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
Gather around the table for a three-course prix-fixe turkey dinner for $42. Pro Tip: Be sure to call ahead and make a reservation.

Brickhouse Tavern | Open 11-12 a.m.
Dig into a roasted turkey dinner for adults + kids — $22.99 and $12.99 — served with traditional sides and a slice of pumpkin pie.

The Capital Grille | Open 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
Reserve a table at this upscale chophouse and enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings — including roasted sweet potatoes with hot honey. Adults are $50 and kids are $20.

Joe Huber’s Family Farm & Restaurant | Open 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Second helpings are endless at this Thanksgiving Day buffet with country classics like fried chicken, honey ham, chicken and dumplings + fried biscuits and apple butter.

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Pick up this “eat ham” turkey cake from Plehn’s Bakery for a guaranteed chuckle around the dinner table.

🍽️ Where to carry-out:

Noche Mexican BBQ | Orders must be placed by Wednesday, Nov. 15
This Highlands restaurant is smoking whole turkeys, brisket, and turkey legs + whipping up sides like mac & cheese and mashed potatoes for pick-up. Plus, you can add an apple cider margarita cocktail kit to kick things up a notch.

Soul Hi Vegan | Orders must be placed by Tuesday, Nov. 21
Pick up a plant-based dinner that includes turkey-less drum sticks, mac and cheese, greens, dressing with gravy, and cranberry sauce. Don’t skip dessert like bourbon sweet potato pie.

Plehn’s Bakery | Orders must be placed by Saturday, Nov. 18.
Roll to din din with butterfluff rolls or cloverleaf buns. Plus, decorate the table with festive cookies and cakes.

Wiltshire Pantry | Orders must be placed by Tuesday, Nov. 14
Preorder over 10 menu items including sausage focaccia stuffing with gouda and sage + brown butter sweet potato casserole.

Tastee Treats | Orders must be placed by Wednesday, Nov. 15
From dutch caramel apple pie to bourbon spiced whipped cream and buttermilk biscuits, make your Thanksgiving meal complete with these sweet and savory treats.

Butchertown Bakery | Orders must be placed by Monday, Nov. 20
Snag sweets and breads for the table, including biscuits and pumpkin butter, maple sugar cookies, seeded whole wheat loafs.

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Thanksgiving feast for two at Red Hog Butcher.

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Red Hog Butcher | Orders must be placed by Friday, Nov. 17
Get a small, medium, or large turkey raised locally at Groce Family Farm.

Four Pegs | Orders must be placed by Saturday, Nov. 18
Mix and match this à la carte menu from bourbon-brined smoked turkey to sides like beer cheese mac and cheesy creamed corn.

80/20 at Kaelin’s Restaurant | Orders must be placed by Tuesday, Nov. 21
This to-go dinner features cherry-smoked turkey, smashed potatoes, roasted fall veggies, sorghum and black pepper biscuits + a pint of ice cream.

The Village Anchor | Orders must be placed by noon on Tuesday, Nov. 21
Slice into this traditional turkey take-out for $37 per person that includes Louisville’s original Kern’s Kitchen Derby-Pie.

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