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7 Dallas Restaurants For Thanksgiving Dinner To Go

Sam Tracy | November 18, 2020 | Food & Drink

Dallas Restaurants for Thanksgiving Dinner To Go

As Thanksgiving approaches, we're all scrambling to plan a strange celebration. We all deserve to rest, relax and reflect with loved ones, whether that's gathered around the dinner table or in virtual group chat. It's been a very stressful year, and it's fair to say you don't need to add any more stress in the form of holiday meal prep.

COVID restrictions might give the holiday a different feel, but your meal doesn't have to look any different. Whether you want a Thanksgiving feast in a restaurant or prefer to stay safe at home, Dallas has all the options to make your Thanksgiving memorable and delicious. We've compiled a list of the city's finest menus for a delectable dine-in or takeout experience.

See also: 10 Vegas Restaurants For Thanksgiving Dinner To Go

Fearing’s Restaurant

2121 McKinney Ave. / Website

Located in the Ritz-Carlton, Fearing’s offers great food and a great location. Diners will enjoy a three-course meal with all the fixings for $125 per person. Included on this year’s menu is roasted butternut squash soup, tangerine-glazed turkey and beef tenderloin. Omnivores and vegetarians alike will appreciate the holiday meal. Dining at home? Fearing’s offers a $350 to-go option that feeds up to 10 with roasted brussels sprouts, sweet potato souffle, two pies for dessert and, of course, turkey.

Cru Food & Wine Bar

3699 McKinney Ave., Ste. 107 / Website

Cru Food & Wine Bar brings a menu to be thankful for. Dine in with their Thanksgiving three-course, $50 prix-fixe menu complete with complimentary Angry Orchard cider and bread basket. Entrees include roasted turkey, beef or branzino. Reservations are available between noon and 9 p.m. For takeout, Cru offers a three-course meal for two ($80) or four people ($150). Enjoy holiday favorites like butternut squash bisque, roasted turkey and pumpkin cheesecake for dessert, all in the comfort of your own home.

Sloane's Corner

2001 Ross Ave., Ste. 125 / Website

For a classic American Thanksgiving meal without any of the prep work, hit up Sloane’s Corner’s Thanksgiving Dinner at Home menu. The downtown American bistro offers a spread of holiday favorites so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time at the table. The $120 menu-for-two includes turkey, beef tenderloin, sourdough and pear stuffing, potato puree, broccolini, cranberry sauce, salad and gravy to top it all off. What’s for dessert? American apple pie, of course. Additional servings can be made for $45 per person. There's also an optional cocktail kit for six at $50. Place your order by November 24 by email (angie@sloanescorner.com) or call 213.484.1395.

Truluck’s

2401 McKinney Ave. / Website

This swanky seafood and steak restaurant offers a Thanksgiving meal to remember, whether you prefer a dine-in experience or a dine-at-home feast. Make a reservation at the classic Uptown spot for Thanksgiving Day and dig into a three-course meal of lobster bisque, Lyonnaise potatoes, vegan bolognese and, of course, an herb-roasted turkey. Desserts include pecan and pumpkin pie. The prix-fixe menu is $55 for adults and $22 for kids under 12. The Truluck's $225 takeout option is equally delicious and serves four to six. You'll get a turkey prepped for roasting, stuffing, mashed potatoes, assorted bread rolls and pies for a sweet treat after your meal. Place your order by November 20 for pickup on November 24 or 25.

Hotel Crescent Court

400 Crescent Court / Website

The Hotel Crescent Court makes Thanksgiving prep much easier with a to-go spread that serves up to 10 people. Included in the $275 meal are garlic Yukon Gold whipped potatoes, roasted vegetables, autumn pear salad, housemade cranberry relish with orange essence, herbed brioche stuffing, assorted bread rolls and organic whole turkey. For dessert, you’ll enjoy pumpkin and apple pies. Be sure to order online by November 23 and pick up on November 25 or 26 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. If you’re looking to dine in, the Crescent Club will host Thanksgiving brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The dining room is business casual and jackets are preferred though not required.

LAW Restaurant

4150 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving / Website

This upscale eatery will offer a Thanksgiving to-go menu for the first time this year. Dig into a large baked turkey, salad, sushi, a vegetable medley side, sausage and apple stuffing, sage gravy, cranberry compote and pumpkin pie for $400. Be sure to place your order by 5 p.m. on November 19 for a November 25 or 26 pickup. Those who wish to dine in at the steakhouse can enjoy brunch from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For $95, you'll enjoy a four-course meal including two complimentary mimosas. Now that’s a deal worth celebrating!

See also: 10 NYC Restaurants For Thanksgiving Dinner To Go

Gorji

5100 Belt Line Road, Ste. 402 / Website

For a Mediterranean spin on the Thanksgiving feast, Gorji’s to-go menu is a hit. The fine-dining restaurant offers a $79 three-course or $92 four-course spread with American classics and Mediterranean favorites. Select from their numerous choices including Texas chili over avocado, pita with garlic and feta, baby greens or Caesar salad, roasted turkey breast, pork chops, sea bass, shrimp and three-cheese spinach lasagna. Tuck into their delectable flourless chocolate cake for dessert. Orders can be placed via email at gorji@chefgorji.com or by calling 972.503.7080.



Photography by: Jay L. Clendenin