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It's undeniable that Thanksgiving, like everything else in 2020, will look quite a bit different this year, but that doesn't mean you can't still celebrate the best part of the holiday: gorging on comfort food. Whether you're celebrating over Zoom or planning an all-out feast with your quarantine pod, we've got options for you, from St. Beatrix's nostalgic autumn feast to Higgins' farm-to-table dinner. Read on for more, and check out our food and drink guide for more culinary inspiration.
The Tex-Mex-inspired restaurant from former Top Chef contestant Doug Adams has Thanksgiving dinners for two or four guests with options for slow-smoked turkey or cedar-planked salmon as the main dish, along with cornbread stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, lemon-pepper Brussels sprouts, maple glazed delicata squash, cranberry sauce, dinner rolls, and pumpkin pie. You can also pick and choose from the assorted dishes to create your own meal, and there are also bottles of wine and other desserts, including apple streusel pie, pecan pie, pecan sticky rolls, and banana bread. Meals are available for delivery or for pickup—morning pickup for dinners on Thanksgiving is sold out, but dinners can still be picked up November 24-25, and pies can be picked up from November 24-26.
Pickup or delivery
A la carte options available