Atlanta Area Restaurants to Enjoy on Thanksgiving Day

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Atlanta Area Restaurants to Enjoy on Thanksgiving DayWant to take some of the stress away from Thanksgiving and just enjoy the time with your family? Let others cook for you! Here is a list of some of our favorite go-to Atlanta area restaurants with dine-in or carry-out options for a Thanksgiving Day feast.

Atlanta Area Restaurants to Enjoy on Thanksgiving Day

The Farmhouse at Serenbe

The Farmhouse at the Serenbe Inn is a must-try any time, but Thanksgiving dinner is even more special than usual. Reservations are available from noon-6 p.m. on Thanksgiving day. Make yours quick because they will fill up. Trust us, it’s worth the drive!


South City Kitchen

This year, step away from the stove and enjoy Thanksgiving with friends and family with the help of South City Kitchen. They’ll be serving a three-course dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Reservations are a must!

South City Kitchen is also offering Thanksgiving Take & Bake meals with all the fixings from their kitchen to your table. The ordering deadline is 11/20.


Local Three Kitchen & Bar

Don’t let lackluster food or the hassle of cooking add to your holiday stress this year. Local Three has a huge menu of carryout options for Thanksgivings; snacks, sides, turkeys, hams, or even a complete Thanksgiving feast to make the day easier.


101 Steak

Make your reservation for a prix fixe menu of classical dishes from noon – 6 p.m. at 101 Steak.


Milton’s Cuisine

Relax and let Milton’s do the cooking this Thanksgiving! Take home Milton’s famous Thanksgiving Turkeys & Sides for a stress-free Thanksgiving experience at home. This year they have a few great options for you from just the turkey to the full feast.


Old Vinings Inn

Bring your friends and family by on Thanksgiving Day for a celebratory feast from 11 a.m.- 8 p.m.


Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Join Fleming’s from 11 a.m-8 p.m. to enjoy a three-course menu featuring traditional style Herb-Roasted Turkey, Filet Mignon, or Prime Bone-In Ribeye. Your meal includes a starter, all the fixings, and dessert. The full dinner menu will also be available.

Curbside pickup and delivery are also available for the three-course menu.


Rays on the River

Celebrate Thanksgiving with family, friends, and Ray’s! Thanksgiving dine-in buffet is available from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. They are also offering our curbside pickup on November 24th from 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. We love a good meal overlooking the Hooch!

You can also call 770.952-4209 for Preferred Seating or to place your curbside to-go order!


CRÚ Food & Wine Bar

Join at either the Alpharetta or the Battery location for a $55 per person prix fixe menu along with some great recommendations for wine pairings along the way. Because nothing pairs better with turkey than a good class of wine…


Atkins Park Restaurant & Bar

With a menu that includes Big Green Egg smoked turkey breast, braised pork shoulder, green bean casserole, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, cranberry-Grand Marnier compote, and sweet potato biscuits. Plus, desserts options of pumpkin cheesecake and Southern pecan pie. It is no wonder why Atkins Park is a Thanksgiving Day favorite in Atlanta. Seating runs from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.


Honey Baked Ham

With so many options to choose from on their delivery or carryout menu, you are sure to have a delicious Thanksgiving Day feast. Be sure to reserve a ham, but don’t overlook their delicious sides!


Ted’s Montana Grill

Ted’s has a special Thanksgiving Day menu that is outstanding. From Crab Cakes to Plank Salmon to, of course, a Turkey Feast, this menu is sure to please everyone.


Canoe

Get a taste of Canoe at home with their ready to heat & serve meals. Just add the smallest finishing touches and you have yourself a Canoe-quality Thanksgiving Day meal. $195 for a three-course meal for four. Order ahead as these go quick.


HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern

Check out the neighborhood tavern for a low-key, but still very delicious Thanksgiving Day meal. HOBNOB is offering a three-course (with choices) meal for $39.99 from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.


5 Church Atlanta

Their Thanksgiving buffet dinner includes carving stations of turkey, prime rib, and salmon. Amazing sides; cornbread and cranberry dressing, shrimp creole, salads, desserts, and much more. They offer family-style takeout options as well.


Did we miss any of your favorite Atlanta area restaurants for a Thanksgiving Day feast? Let us know in the comments!

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