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 Thanksgiving in 2020.
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.
If you’re wanting a cozy and traditional Thanksgiving dinner, look no further than the Carillon. This restaurant will be open and is offering a great package for 4, with 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!
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.
Emmer & Rye and Hestia have teamed up this year to offer a delicious Thanksgiving dinner to families in Austin. Though you won’t find any turkey here, you can choose a kit with either 1 or 2 mains, tons of sides, and dessert. To make things even easier – they also offer two excellent wine packages.
At Sawyer & Co. Thanksgiving meets Cajun. They have all the classic sides, but for their taurkey, they’ve opted to make Cajun fried turkey breast complete with gravy. We can’t forget dessert either! They have 5 pies to choose from and all of them are amazing.
TLV’s Thanksgiving spread has a Middle Eastern twist. They have staples like green beans, sweet potatoes, and brussels sprouts; combined with things like hummus, Lebanese bread, and turkey shawarma. If you’re looking for the best restaurants in Austin that are open on Thanksgiving, the menu at TLV features items that will satisfy every member of your family.
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An unexpected combination, but we’re very here for it. Bao’d Up has taken the traditional flavors that are associated with a Thanksgiving dinner and put them into delicious steamed buns. You can get a Thanksgiving family pack, containing 6 turkey and potato baos, two chicken leg quarters, their Sichuan fries, and even – pumpkin pie baos.
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