Thanksgiving is Nov. 23 and now is the time to start planning. If you’re not wanting to cook, here’s where you can eat (or get takeout) in Nashville.
Ella’s on 2nd
This Thanksgiving feast is a West Coast / Italian combination that’s both elegant and modern. It’s buffet style and $74 for adults and $40 for children aged 5-12. The menu includes: Carving Station with choice of Turkey, New York Ham, or Strip Steak, Shellfish Station with shrimp, crab claws, and oysters, Sausage Stuffing and Red Cabbage, Kale, and Brussels sprouts salad with pomegranate seeds, apples, pine nuts and a blood orange vinaigrette. Make your reservation here and see the full menu here.
This buffet is casual yet elevated with American food that has a Mediterranean fare. Sadie’s buffet is $45 for adults and $20 for children. The menu includes: Roasted & Braised Turkey with rosemary & sage “gravy,” Coriander & Cumin Salmon with lemon, “Moroccan” Brioche Bread stuffing apple & dried fruit medley and Roasted & Spiced “Fall” Squash with maple syrup. Make your reservations online here and see the full menu here.
California cuisine meets the comfort of Italian food at Adele’s Thanksgiving celebration. This one is $58 for for adults and $25 for children. The menu includes: Roasted Turkey Breast, Confit Turkey Dark Meat, Southern Stuffing and Green Bean Casserole with mushroom and tobacco onions. Book your reservation here and get a look at the full Thanksgiving Buffet offering here.
Spend Thanksgiving at one of our Puckett’s locations this November! This Nashville classic also has to go orders, if you’d rather eat in with your family. Find out more and pick a location for your reservation here.
Drusie & Darr
If you want an elevated Turkey Day, go to the gorgeous Drusie & Darr by Jean-Georges. Book your reservation here for their pre-fixe menu.
Get takeout with Loveless Cafe to serve your family this Thanksgiving! The Thanksgiving Meal Pack is $139.99 and includes turkey, gravy, cranberry dressing, cornbread dressing, biscuits, preserves and sides. See all your options here.
Get yourself a full Thanksgiving spread at Martin’s! This is another takeout option but orders must be placed by Nov. 16. There are two different tiers of meals, depending on how many people you’re serving. For 12-15, it’ll cost $224.99 and for 4-6 it’s $129.99. View the menu and order here.
The Gumbo Bros are offering their Cajun-Fried Turkeys for Thanksgiving this year as well as a variety of gumbos. Cajun-Fried Turkeys are a Louisiana Thanksgiving tradition and these are not to be missed (trust me, I come from a long line of Cajuns). For $99, let chef Adam Lathan take care of your holiday crowd with a kit that feeds 10-12, including a whole Cajun-fried turkey, a pint of homemade gravy, and cranberry sauce. Add on pints or quarts of Turkey & Andouille Sausage Gumbo, Seafood Gumbo, or Chicken & Andouille Gumbo. Place your order here by Nov. 18 and pick them up on Nov. 22.
The 404 Kitchen
The 404 Kitchen helmed by acclaimed chef Matt Bolus will offer their annual Thanksgiving Buffet. Adults are $58 and children ages 5-12 are $38 with offerings that include carved turkey breast & confit dark meat with gravy & cranberry sauce. There will also be a brown sugar glazed ham, candy sweet potatoes (my favorite!) and homemade biscuits. Make your reservations here and see the full menu here.
Oak Steakhouse has options for dining in – or getting their delicious steak shipped nationwide! From 12 PM to 8 PM, they’ll offer a limited a la carte menu and a three-course prefixed Thanksgiving menu (full menu available upon request). It’s $76 per person and reservations can be made on their website. If you’d rather cook, you can get their steaks delivered to your door. Find out more here.