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Where to order your Thanksgiving dinner takeout

Today is the last day for pre-orders at several restaurants.

Brent Hofacker

Thanksgiving is nearly upon us. Here’s what local restaurants have planned.

Chef Barbara Lynch’s collection of restaurants will offer Thanksgiving takeout; order at www.barbaralynch.com/thanksgiving by Friday, November 20. Pickup is at the South End’s Butcher Shop (552 Tremont St.).

In the Seaport, Woods Hill Pier 4 (300 Pier 4 Blvd.) preps a mainly nut-free, gluten-free “Everything But the Turkey” package with sides: gravy, stuffing, sprouts, pumpkin cheesecake, and other healthy dishes. Order by Saturday, Nov. 21 for Wednesday, Nov. 25 pickup; order at woodshillpier4.com. Its Concord branch (24 Commonwealth Ave.) offers the same menu at woodshilltable.com.


In the Back Bay, swanky spot Sonsie (327 Newbury St.) serves a $230 meal for eight people, with salad, sides, and pumpkin pie. Order at www.sonsieboston.com by Monday, Nov. 23 for Thanksgiving Day pickup.

In the Back Bay, preorder takeout from Stephanie’s on Newbury (190 Newbury St.) through Friday, Nov. 20, including turkey, stuffing, mac-and-cheese, and pies; e-mail stephi@stephaniesonnewbury.com for Thanksgiving morning pickup.

In Somerville, Trina’s Starlite Lounge (3 Beacon St.) serves large-format cocktails and comfort food like Bourbon brussel sprouts, broccoli and cheese casserole, mac and cheese, cornbread, and hot chocolate mousse, starting at $125 for two; e-mail info@trinastarlitelounge.com before Sunday, Nov. 22 to order.

Boston’s Row 34 (383 Congress St.) and Burlington’s Island Creek Oyster Bar (300 District Ave.) serve a $150 turkey dinner for four, plus seafood add-ons like crab and artichoke dip, lobster casserole, and shrimp cocktail. Order at www.islandcreekoysterbar.com/catering.

The Seaport Hotel’s Tamo (1 Seaport Lane) offers a $60 to-go meal for two, with bisque or salad, turkey and sides, plus dessert; visit www.seaportboston.com.

In the Fenway, Citizen Public House & Oyster Bar (1310 Boylston St.) swaps turkey for a pig roast and raw bar, with your choice of sides that serve up to 12 people ($58 per person), like nap-inducing bacon mac-and-cheese and candied yams. Call 617-450-9000 to order.


At the Liberty Hotel, Clink (215 Charles St.) offers a $369 dinner for up to six people with a 14-pound turkey, mashed potatoes, squash, cranberry sauce, stuffing, gravy, beans, rolls, bread for leftover sandwiches, pies, and cider. Preorder by Monday, Nov. 23; e-mail clink@libertyhotel.com to order.

Rochambeau (900 Boylston St.) offers Thanksgiving to-go featuring the turkey, sides, and Thanksgiving pies that serve four. Guests can choose from appetizers, turkey, stuffing, sides, and pies. All orders must be placed by Friday, November 20, 6 p.m. Order at www.rochambeauboston.com.

Grill 23 & Bar (161 Berkeley St). is offering “Thanksgiving at Home” with sides and dessert for two ($110) or four ($220), with soup, salad, turkey, stuffing, vegetables, and pies ($32 and up). Order by Sunday, Nov. 22, at 617-542-2255.

The Boston Harbor Hotel (70 Rowes Wharf) offers a “Thanksgiving to-go” option that serves up to eight people ($365). Order by noon on Monday, Nov. 23, at 617-856-7795 or bhhcatering@bhh.com.

If you long for the luxury of a hotel without leaving your lair, consider: In the Back Bay, the Fairmont Copley Plaza (138 St. James Ave. at Dartmouth Street) hosts private Thanksgiving parties in its ballrooms for lunch and dinner at $105 per guest; the traditional menu (turkey, stuffing, pecan pie) is also available for takeaway to a hotel room, booked at a discounted rate. Order by Sunday, Nov. 22; contactless delivery is available, too. Its on-site restaurant. OAK Long Bar + Kitchen, has specials such as bacon-wrapped turkey breast and pecan pie. Call 617-585-7222 for more info.


Downtown, Stillwater (120 Kingston St. at Essex Street) offers an abundance of sides, dessert, and cocktails to go; each side dish feeds up to eight people, if not more. Get sausage-topped sweet potatoes, Dutch apple pie, and ginger Negronis to guzzle at home; order by Monday, Nov. 23, to pick up on Wednesday, Nov. 25. Order at www.stillwaterboston.com.

In the Back Bay, the Fairmont Copley Plaza will host private Thanksgiving dinners.
In the Back Bay, the Fairmont Copley Plaza will host private Thanksgiving dinners.

The South End’s Beehive (541 Tremont St. and Clarendon Street) offers a $76 pre-fixe, three-course menu starting at 11 a.m. with dishes your Grandma probably never made: lobster and pumpkin bisque, salt-and-pepper chicken wings, chocolate pumpkin brownies, cranberry panna cotta, and more. Pre-order the same menu to go by Friday, Nov. 20. Not a turkey fan? Also choose between salmon and brisket, with chocolate chip cookies for dessert. Order at www.beehiveboston.com/thanksgiving.

In the Seaport, Davio’s (50 Liberty Drive) serves dinner from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. for $75 per adult ($23 for kids): turkey, stuffing, sides, pies, and its full regular menu for those not in a turkey mood. Reserve at www.davios.com. They’ll offer the same menu in the Back Bay (75 Arlington St. at Stuart Street).

The Boston Harbor Hotel (70 Rowes Wharf) plans a “Thanksgiving to-go” option that serves up to eight people ($365). Order by noon on Monday, Nov. 23 at 617-856-7795 or bhhcatering@bhh.com.


Pie at Davio's.
Pie at Davio's.

In Cambridge, Colette Wine Bistro (1924 Massachusetts Ave.) is looking to make things easier with a pickup menu that includes turkey, honey glazed squash, sage chestnut brioche stuffing, and rosemary gravy. Preorder by Sunday, Nov. 22 at 617-576-2222.

The kitchen at Alcove (50 Lovejoy Wharf) is serving up a traditional Thanksgiving feast — complete with Chef Brian Paszko’s favorite “smashed potatoes” — for dine-in customers or to-go. Preorder by 2 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 23 at 617-248-0050.

Leave Thanksgiving to Thistle and Leek in Newton (105 Union St.), which is offering sides like clam dip, sausage stuffing, baked potatoes, and mac-and-cheese with a 10- to 12-pound uncooked turkey. Preorder by Saturday, Nov. 21 at 857-404-0260.

Strega (379 Hanover St.) is working on North End Thanksgiving specials, including Butternut Squash Apple Soup and a Thanksgiving salad with baby arugula, cranberry, walnuts, and orange segments. Also on the menu: a complete holiday dinner. Order at 617-523-8481.

The chefs at Brassica Kitchen (3710 Washington St.) are offering whole turkey or whole duck — alongside candy yams, mac and cheese, and an assortment of pies — on Thanksgiving Day. Order at 617-477-4519.

Nearby, Soleil (2306 Washington St.) offers a Thanksgiving feast of mac-and-cheese, collard greens, garlic potatoes, and more; order by Friday, Nov. 20 for pickup on Wednesday, Nov. 25. Check out the full menu and order at www.soleilboston.com.

In East Boston, Sammy Carlo’s deli (567 Bennington St.) offers a full Thanksgiving family meal for $199: squash, mashed potatoes, turkey, stuffing, biscuits, and two homemade apple pies. Order by Monday, Nov. 23 for Wednesday, Nov. 23 pick-up.


In Medford, Neighborhood Kitchen (84 Spring St.) offers a Thanksgiving catering menu beginning at $150, with add-ons like Creole lobster. Order at 781- 391-9000 by Monday, Nov. 23.

In Somerville, Petsi Pies (285 Beacon St,) will offer some last-minute sweets for pickup on Tuesday and Wednesday. Call 617-661-7437 to inquire.

In the North End, Tony & Elaine’s (111 N. Washington St.) prepares take-and-bake lasagnes if you’re not in the mood for turkey, with red or white sauce, starting at $50 for a half-tray. Pick up on Wednesday, Nov. 25, between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.

Kara Baskin can be reached at kara.baskin@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @kcbaskin. Diti Kohli can be reached at diti.kohli@globe.com.Follow her on Twitter @ditikohli_.