The perfect Thanksgiving dinner doesn’t just pop out of thin air. In about a week, families everywhere will be hard at work cooking turkey, potatoes, stuffing and pumpkin pies.
With the stress the holidays bring, it’s easy to get overwhelmed, especially when you’re in charge of a multiple-course meal.
This year, wouldn’t be it nice to relax, kick your feet up and enjoy the football game while the professionals do the cooking? These Tucson restaurants are offering a wide variety of turkey (and vegan!) meals so you can have a tasty Thanksgiving dinner without the stress.
Sydney’s Sweet Shoppe
What’s Thanksgiving without a pie? At Sydney’s Sweet Shoppe you can order the pie of your dreams, including choices for gluten-free, sugar-free and vegan pies. Prices range from $29 to $41. Thanksgiving pre-orders will close Nov. 15 at noon and can be picked up Nov. 22.
The Horseshoe Grill
The Horseshoe Grill is offering everything and more for your Thanksgiving meal. Their smoked turkey is $59.99. If turkey isn’t your thing, they also have prime rib and brisket for sale. Mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, stuffing, peach cobbler and salad are also available.
Visit the Horseshoe Grill’s website to place your order.
Lovin’ Spoonfuls is making sure everyone gets to enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., they will be seating and taking to-go orders by reservation for their vegan dinner. The dinner consists of mock turkey, mashed potatoes with a mushroom burgundy gravy, candied yams, stuffing, cranberry sauce, salad and a pumpkin pie or apple betty. The dinner will be available for $27.50. Reservations are being taken until Nov. 16.
Call 520-325-7766 to make your reservation.
Maynards is offering a Thanksgiving turkey dinner to-go that feeds around 4-6 people. The meal, which consists of a roasted turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, rolls, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie and a curated wine selection, is available for $325.
Visit Maynards’ website for more information on their turkey dinner to-go.
Since 1979, Nadines Bakery has been helping Tucson satisfy its sweet tooth. This year, the bakery is offering a wide variety of pies to help make your Thanksgiving a success. Pumpkin pie, apple pie, cherry pie, sweet potato pie, pecan pie and so much more will be available next week.
Call 520-326-0735 or stop by the bakery to place your order.
Gourmet Girls Gluten Free Bakery/Bistro
This year, Gourmet Girls is offering everything but the turkey. Mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, turkey gravy, cranberry chutney, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, pumpkin cream cheese logs and much more will all be available for pick-up. Some of the dishes listed can also be ordered dairy-free. The last day to place your order is Nov. 19.
Call 520-408-9000 to place your order.
Govinda’s will be serving a vegan Thanksgiving meal from noon to 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. For $19.95, you will be able to get organic tofu turkey, mashed potatoes with carrot cashew gravy, quinoa stuffing, cranberry sauce, green bean almondine, rice pilaf, savory soup and pumpkin pie. Live music and their guest of honor, their pet turkey, will also be in attendance to celebrate the holiday.
For more information, call 520-792-0630.
This Thanksgiving, the Cup Café inside Hotel Congress is offering all kinds of meals to help make your holiday a tasty one. The café will be open on Nov. 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For $65, you have the choice of clam chowder, sage and chile slow-roasted turkey breast, confit turkey leg, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, stuffing, prime rib and pumpkin pie.
Make your reservation at hotelcongress.com.
Dedicated, a gluten-free bakery, has all your sweets and breads covered. Their Falliday menu includes pumpkin bread, honey whipped cream cheese, cinnamon rolls, coffee cakes, pumpkin pie, Dutch apple pie, dinner rolls, stuffing and a turkey-day-for-two meal. Orders must be placed by Nov. 20 at noon and picked up Nov. 21-22.
Call 520-209-2872 to place your order.
Feast is helping ease the holiday stress by offering a variety of dishes that can be picked up on Nov. 22 with reheating instructions. Redbird turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, squash stew, roasted beats and pumpkin pie are all available to order. Orders must be placed by Nov. 18.
Call 520-326-9363 to place your order.
Flora’s Market Run
Flora’s Market Run is offering meals for all kinds of groups, small and big. They have a dinner that feeds 4-6 for $145 or a meal that feeds 8-10 for $225. They also have a just-the-sides meal and pies for sale. The last day to order is Nov. 19.
Call 520-771-9141 to place your order.
Brother John’s Beer, Bourbon & BBQ
Brother John’s will be open on Thanksgiving from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with limited seating. Their Thanksgiving specials include a smoked turkey breast and all the fixings for $220 or just the smoked turkey for $150. Reservations are recommended.
Visit Brother John’s website for more information.
Tucson Racquet Club
The Tucson Racquet Club will be serving Thanksgiving dinner at their restaurant on Nov. 22 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Along with new signature items, they will also be offering a traditional turkey dinner for $23.99 per person. The next day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., they will be serving to-go orders that include turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, stuffing and pie for $20.99 per person. There is a minimum of two people per order.
Call 520-214-6604 for more information.
Charro Steak & Del Rey
On Thanksgiving, Charro Steak & Del Rey will be open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., serving a three-course meal for all who come in. For $54.95, you will get a salad, turkey and various accompaniments like Chef Carlotta’s corn tamal stuffing and roasted poblano mashed potatoes, plus your choice of dessert.
For more information, visit Charro Steak’s website.
Starting next Monday through Wednesday, The Monica will be serving several Thanksgiving staples such as turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing and green bean casserole for $19.95. There is also a variety of sweets available for purchase. Those who work with the Tucson Police Department or Tucson Fire can get 50% off their meals by showing their IDs.
For more information, visit The Monica’s website.
At Charro Vida, you have the choice to get either a plant-based turkey dinner or a traditional turkey dinner.
For more information, visit Charro Vida’s website.
Pick up Thanksgiving pies and cakes from flourless chocolate to pumpkin cheesecake at Kingfisher. Prices range from $25-$40 and orders must be in by 4 p.m. Nov. 17 for pick-up Monday-Wednesday next week.
Call 520-323-7739 to place your order.
Zio Peppe is preparing Thanksgiving to-go meals that include turkey; a guajillo, tamarind and maple gravy; focaccia and fennel stuffing; amaretto and orange cranberry sauce; sweet potatoes; roasted root veggies; salad with pomegranate and jicama; and pumpkin cheesecake. The to-go meal feeds 4-6 people and will be ready for pick-up on Nov. 22.
For more information, visit Zio Peppe's website.