Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and of course that means spending time with all our loved ones. But we can’t forget the food! Let’s face it, we all know cooking Thanksgiving dinner isn’t the easiest. It can be incredibly fun and rewarding, but sometimes you just want to grab some amazing Thanksgiving takeout from a restaurant. We have compiled a list of the best restaurants in Austin that are open for dine-in or takeout this Thanksgiving 2022.
320 S Capital of Texas Hwy, West Lake Hills, TX 78746
On Thursday, November 24 from 11 AM – 3 PM, Hotel Granduca will host Thanksgiving brunch that is open to the public and guests. Those interested can register here. The menu includes: assorted artisan rolls, baguette, and focaccia with the option of sea salt or maple pecan butter, sweet potato and chorizo bisque, a build your own salad bar, brussel sprout slaw with a sweet dijon vinaigrette, and pasta salad with autumnal vegetables and a lemon vinaigrette, over the top displays of seasonal fruit, cheese and charcuterie, and crudité, a raw bar featuring cocktail ship, crab fingers, smoked salmon, tuna poke and more, herb roasted Chilean salmon, apple cider brined duck breast, LHA beef tenderloin with onion marmalade and wine merchant sauce, and a butter basted turkey with an orange cranberry sauce and natural gravy.
Traditional Thanksgiving side including: roasted winter squash, green beans, broccolini and baby carrots in garlic butter, butter whipped potatoes, sweet potato casserole, and cornbread dressing. An array of desserts including: Banana bread pudding with a whiskey sauce, pumpkin pie, assorted fruit tarts, bourbon pecan pie, pumpkin cheese cake, caramel granny smith apple pie, and tiramisu.
This mouthwatering assortment of Thanksgiving fare can be enjoyed at $105 per adult, $45 per children 6-11, and kids under 5 eat free.
114 W 7th St, Austin, TX 78701
Available November 23-24, Perry’s Steakhouse is offering a full meal available for $49 per person, for dine-in or to-go (dine-in is only available Thanksgiving day). Each meal has the choice of an appetizer; patrons can choose between the honey crisp apple salad with dried cherries, walnuts and maple syrup vinaigrette, and butternut squash soup. The Thanksgiving meal comes with smoked turkey breast served with pan gravy, mashed potatoes, green bean almondine, sausage and sage dressing, cranberry relish and homemade bread. Pumpkin cheesecake can be added for $9. Full details are available on the Perry’s website. Perry’s Steakhouse has locations at Domain NORTHSIDE and Downtown Austin.
7415 Southwest Pkwy, Austin, TX 78735
On Thursday, November 24 from 11am-10pm, Corinne will feature Thanksgiving specials alongside an abbreviated version of their current menu. For $35 guests can enjoy a Thanksgiving plate of turkey, sweet potatoes, and seasonal veggies. Fall themed cocktails and wine pairings are also available for an additional cost.
For those looking to skip the black friday sales or need to fuel up before shopping, brunch at Corinne is the place to go. From 7am-3pm Corinne will offer the full brunch menu featuring home made biscuits with local jams and whipped butter, crab croquettes, pecan praline french toast with bourbon maple syrup and whipped cream, sweet corn cake eggs benedict with tomato and avocado salsa and classic hollandaise, and a chicken philly skillet with sweet pepper, grilled onion, grilled mushrooms, a sunny side up egg, and breakfast potatoes. You can view the full menu here.
2406 Manor Rd, Austin, TX 78722
Dai Due is going to have one snazzy Thanksgiving feast this year. They don’t have specific kits, so you can pick out all of your favorite things, and quickly finish cooking at home so everything is fresh! They have pretty much every Thanksgiving food you could ask for, and then some.
1900 University Ave, Austin, TX 78705
If you’re wanting a cozy and traditional Thanksgiving dinner, look no further than the Carillon. This restaurant will be open and is offering turkey, potatoes, stuffing, pies, and so on. If you’re expecting a bigger gathering, they also have add-ons so you’ll be sure to have enough for everyone!
1911 Aldrich St STE 100, Austin, TX 78723
A classic, Southern Thanksgiving is probably the best way to describe the dinner available at Colleen’s. There’s turkey, gravy, buttermilk biscuits, casserole, and more! Not to mention their delicious made-from-scratch pecan pie. They have several different packages to fit all your needs.
4827 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702
At Sawyer & Co. in Austin, Thanksgiving takeout meets Cajun. They have all the classic sides, but they’ve opted to make Cajun fried turkey breast complete with gravy. We can’t forget dessert either! They have five pies to choose from and all of them are amazing.
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320 E 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701 | The Domain, 11600 Century Oaks Terrace Suite 140, Austin, TX 78758
Both of Fleming’s Austin restaurants will be open on Thanksgiving Day and will be serving a special 3-course menu. Guests can opt to enjoy the traditional Herb-Roasted Turkey, or they can adventure beyond and choose a classic Filet Mignon or Prime Bone-In Ribeye instead. There will also be a 3-course children’s menu available for just $23 per child under 12. But the best part is that all of these Thanksgiving meals are also available for pre-order for curbside pickup or delivery.
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