Here are a few of our favorites around Seattle
By Nat Rubio-Licht
November 12, 2020
Several restaurants in Seattle are offering takeout Thanksgiving feasts for the entire family.
Takeout and delivery have become crucial for restaurants during the pandemic. Whether you’re looking to feed one or 10, here are are a few of our favorites in the Puget Sound area.
Southern comfort restaurant JuneBaby is offering every side you could want. Starting at $75, the Thanksgiving Side Box features mac & cheese, collard greens, mashed potatoes and more from JuneBaby, as well as owner and chef Edouardo Jordan’s other two restaurants, Salare and Lucinda. The box is available in portions serving two to four people or six to eight people.
Pre-order side boxes by Monday, Nov. 16 to receive a free bottle of wine with your order. Orders close Monday, Nov. 23 at noon and pickup is from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 25.
2122 N.E. 65th St., Seattle
Hearth in Downtown Kirkland has options for the whole family. At $50 for adults, the Hearth takeout menu features squash soup and a brussel sprouts and butter lettuce salad to start, with a choice of organic braised turkey or slow-braised Painted Hills short rib for the entree. Dessert is a pumpkin tartlette made with coconut, pumpkin seed brittle and chai spice chantilly cream.
At $25 for kids 12 and under, Hearth provides a cheese curds starter, a turkey plate with mashed potatoes, green beans, stuffing, black olives, gravy and cranberry, and pumpkin pie for dessert.
Pre-orders must be submitted by Tuesday, Nov. 24.
220 Kirkland Ave., Kirkland
If you’re looking for meatless Thanksgiving options, Cafe Flora’s prix fixe, family-style boxes offer a choice between vegetarian or vegan and gluten-free meals. Serves two people for $85.
Both boxes come with heirloom potato and celery root soup, a rutabaga Yukon gold smash with mushroom gravy, braised kohlrabi and red cabbage, brussel sprouts and green beans. The vegetarian entree is autumn vegetable filled puff pastry with porcini cream sauce, and the vegan entree is pumpkin risotto cakes with spiced carrot sauce.
Dessert is mocha pecan pie or vegan, gluten-free pumpkin pie.
Orders must be placed by 5 p.m. Nov. 18 and can be picked up between 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Nov. 25.
2901 E Madison St., Seattle
Through the Woodmark Hotel & Still Spa, the Carillon Kitchen is providing a Thanksgiving dinner for two or more. Starting at $70 per person, the meal includes a smattering of sides, such as cornbread and chorizo stuffing, Yukon gold truffle, whipped potatoes and roasted brussel sprouts with Woodmark honey bacon. For sauces, it comes with giblet sage gravy and orange cranberry sauce.
The dinner features a 15-pound roasted turkey with the trimmings and sage butter. Finish off the meal with spiced pumpkin pie and chantilly cream.
Order by Nov. 19 and pick up your feast at Carillon Kitchen onbetween 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Nov. 26.
2240 Carillon Point, Kirkland
Canlis offers a high-end Thanksgiving experience for up to six people. For $64 a person, get a variety of sides and sauces, including brioche and black truffle stuffing, molasses candied yams, turkey gravy and cranberry and blood orange sauce. The main event is a 10- to 12-pound turkey with roasted herbs and seasoning, and a step-by-step video on how to properly roast it. Dessert is a pumpkin tart with whipped cream.
The Canlis Thanksgiving meal also includes two bottles of wine and a leftovers kit, which comes with a loaf of bread and “morning after sauce,” or a mix of mayo, black pepper and tabasco.
Orders placed for Nov. 24 can be picked up between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., and orders placed for Nov. 25 can be picked up from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Canlis also offers contactless pickup.
2576 Aurora Ave. N., Seattle
Starting at $125 the “Met-at-Home” Thanksgiving feast for four includes garlic mashed potatoes, roasted root vegetables, stuffing and brussels sprouts. For the main course, choose between prime rib with au jus and horseradish, herb-roasted turkey with homemade gravy and cranberry preserves and Kurobuta ham with citrus-honey ginger glaze.
If you think you’ll still be hungry, you can add another main course to your meal starting at $65. Dessert is apple dumplings with caramel sauce and candied pecans.
Online orders should be placed by Nov. 22. Pick up and delivery within a 15-mile radius are available between Nov. 23 and Nov. 25.
814 2nd Ave Ste. 300, Seattle
Aqua by El Gaucho is serving up a takeout meal for four people. For $219, the restaurant’s “Grateful Package” includes starters such as whipped Yukon potatoes, candied yams, brussels sprouts and herbed stuffing. The main course is a 10- to 12-pound turkey, with gravy and cranberry sauce.
The package comes with a pumpkin pie for dessert. Wine can be added starting at $22 per bottle and extra sides and dessert start at $12 per item.
Orders must be placed by Nov. 18 and will be available for pickup Wednesday, Nov. 25.
2701 First Ave, Ste. 300, Seattle
The Copperleaf Restaurant, Bar & Terrace in the Cedarbrook Lodge is serving up a heat and eat meal for two this Thanksgiving. At $99, Copperleaf’s “Thanksgiving Easy Feast” comes with a wide variety of sides, including hazelnut stuffing, rainbow chard stuffed delicata squash, butternut squash potage and autumn greens. The main course is free-range turkey topped with sage gravy and cranberry-spice chutney.
Dessert is a hazelnut and caramel pumpkin tart with a butter and graham crust and topped with vanilla cream.
Orders must be placed by Nov. 19. Pickup is available Nov. 24 and Nov. 25.
18525 36th Ave S., SeaTac
The Lakehouse in Bellevue is offering a Thanksgiving meal for one to eight people starting at $48. Sides include wild mushroom, apple and rosemary macrina sourdough stuffing, green beans with chanterelles and crispy shallots and spice roasted carrots with mint, lime and ginger yogurt. The main course is a carved or whole turkey with cranberry chutney and sage gravy.
Dessert is individual pumpkin cream pies.
Orders should be placed by Nov. 23. Curbside pickup is available Nov. 26.
10455 NE 5th Pl., Bellevue