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 Thanksgiving dinner.
We are totally falling for these local options for sweet potatoes, dinner rolls, and derby pie — plus, we break down where to get local ingredients for those rolling up their sleeves in the kitchen this holiday. What could be butter? (Sorry, are our puns too corny? 🌽)
Where to dine-in:
Gather around the table and enjoy a three-course prix-fixe turkey dinner for $32. Pro Tip: Be sure to call and make a reservation here.
Dig into a turkey and ham dinner for adults + kids — $19.99 and $9.99 — served with traditional sides and a slice of pumpkin pie.
Where to carry-out:
This farm-to-table meal comes with your choice of a broad-breasted Heritage Turkey or Mangalitsa Hog Roasted Beast + all the fixings for $42 per person.
Mix and match this à la carte menu from classic sides like candied yams to new ones like beer cheese mac.
Choose from six different vegan dishes like a housemade vegan turkey stuffed with cornbread, baked mac and cheese + pumpkin pie.
Roll to din din with four different kinds of bread including butterfluff rolls, cloverleaf rolls, butter buns, and croissants, which come in large and mini sizes.
Pick up a dinner for two composed of smoked turkey + turkey confit, mushroom stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, seasonal veggies + apple and pear cobbler.
Please & Thank You, available for pick-up or delivery | Orders must be placed by Wed., Nov. 24
End dinner on a sweet note with a Thanksgiving cookie cake.
Orders are taken in multiples of two for this dinner featuring a dry-brined and cherrywood smoked turkey with southern-style sides + pretzel bread dressing.
Shop individual dishes or scoop the entire three-course dinner, which includes Venezuelan ham bread + serves 12 people.
Slice into this traditional turkey take-out for just $29 per person that includes Louisville’s original Kern’s Kitchen Derby-Pie.
Where to shop local ingredients:
Order locally grown celery, sweet potatoes, butternut squash + fresh eggs before 5 p.m. this evening for pick-up Saturday.
Gobble up a pasture-raised turkey, whole duck, or chicken from this Kentucky farm.