Turkey dinners to-go: Chains with Thanksgiving takeout

While cooking at home might be the preferred route for some, others opt for Thanksgiving takeout. source Scott Cousins

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, people will soon start thawing turkeys and prepping ingredients for their holiday dinners. While cooking at home may be the preferred route for some, others may opt for Thanksgiving takeout and a number of places in Texas are offering just that. Here are five places in Texas with Thanksgiving-themed meals and turkey dinners to-go.

Turkey dinners to-go: Thanksgiving takeout

Cracker Barrel

Cracker Barrel is offering a number of takeout options including seasonal menu offerings a la the cinnamon roll pie breakfast as well as fully prepared, “heat n’ serve” meals filled with Thanksgiving menu staples. There are also preorder options available.



On Friday, Denny’s announced that it would offer its Turkey and Dressing Dinner Pack this year and these items are available for preorder until Nov. 24 at 6 p.m. (EST). Overall, the meal includes turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, bread and two side items. The company said these dinner packs are not available as dine-in options and must be ordered 24 hours before the scheduled pick-up time.


Amigos supermarket is offering Thanksgiving dinners for order and pick-up and people can contact stores for availability and order via the company website or app, according to a company spokesperson.


This year, Applebee’s has a to-go turkey dinner available for $69 via pre-order only, according to a company spokesperson, with pickup starting at 10 a.m. (local time) on Thanksgiving day, although store hours may vary.

Whole Foods

Whole Foods has a number of to-go Thanksgiving meals available and people can reserve these offerings online until Nov. 23. These prepared meals include appetizer packages, a la carte options and larger spreads.


Popeyes will also have thanksgiving takeout options available at participating locations for its Cajun-style turkeys.

Written by R. Dallon Adams

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