Here’s Where You Can Order Thanksgiving To Go in Westchester

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There’s nothing wrong with accepting a little help to get the Thanksgiving meal to your dining room table. While you could certainly do a potluck, letting one of the places below help you plan you feast will create a cohesive meal (no one wants three candied yams, no cranberry sauce, and a bunch of flavors that don’t jive).

Not looking for a whole meal? You’ll also find à la carte options below so you can just order a tray of stuffing or a few perfect pies.

Cooked & Co

128 Garth Rd, Scarsdale; 914.205.3939

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Plan your holiday feast in a few clicks by adding items to your cart when placing an order at this ready-made market/restaurant. You can even add special requests when choosing an item. The herb roasted turkey, which serves 8-10 people, is $85 and chicken tenders are sold by the pound as an alternative for kids.

A selection of starters and sides are priced per pound, as well as desserts, including the spot’s popular mini banana-Nutella crunch muffins, which are priced per half dozen.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Friday, November 22. Pick-up day is the 27th.

DeCicco & Sons

Seven locations in Westchester

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This local grocery chain is really hitting all the high notes when it comes to ordering to-go. A stand-out on the menu of sides is the stuffing, since it comes in more kinds than you might knew to ask for: traditional bread, sausage, cornbread, and chestnut. Stop by your local store to also choose from dinner options, starring a spiral ham, turkey, beef tenderloin, or prime rib. Whole turkeys (and boneless turkey breast) can be ordered on their own, along with the sides.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Sunday, the 24th, and sides are on sale from November 22 until the 28th.

Photo courtesy of DeCicco & Sons

Dig Inn

112 S Ridge St, Rye Brook; 914.305.8463

This spot is known for being a healthy place to grab food on the go. The fact that its style is rooted in getting a little bit of everything in a bowl, starting with a base and adding sides, makes it the perfect place for filling plates on the holiday. The $170 Thanksgiving catering package includes roasted turkey breast, gravy, cranberry sauce, brussels sprouts, sweet potatoes, cornbread and apple-berry cobbler.

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Turkeys are available for purchase on their own, as well as various sides and the cobbler. If it were up to us, we’d order a few sides from the regular catering menu, like mac ’n’ cheese with three cheeses and breadcrumbs, and call our contribution to the potluck done.

The Details: To see the full menu and place an order, head to the website’s catering page and select a delivery date between November 11-27.

Ladle of Love

18 Palmer Ave, Bronxville; 914.346.8883

For owners Leslie and Jennifer Lampert, Thanksgiving is one of the busiest days of the year. You can order most dishes à la carte, but the Family Feast ($375, serves 6) includes a turkey and all the trimmings like mashed potatoes, stuffing, Sauvignon Blanc gravy, and cranberry sauce. Don’t skip the soups, including Lampert’s famous Harvest Celebration and a seasonal truffle-cauliflower variety.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Nov 21 and can be picked up the day before the holiday between 12-8 p.m. at the Bronxville location and 12-5 in Mt. Kisco. Delivery is also available.

Maple & Rose 

690 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck; 914-222-4151

This all-day café and caterer has the sides, sweets, and of course, turkey for the holiday. Orders include it all and are $350 for a meal serving 10 people and $475 for 15. Dishes are made for easy reheating, which makes this a perfect way to host all your guests.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Thursday, November 21 and picked up on the 27th between 3 and 8 p.m.


The Market at Pound Ridge Square

55 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge; 914.764.5736

This market has everything you could possibly need for Thanksgiving from turkey (they’ll even carve it for you) to prime rib, ham and beef tenderloin. Sides — sausage stuffing, roasted Brussels sprouts, green beans almondine, mashed sweet potatoes with brown sugar, and turkey gravy — are delightfully traditional. Added bonus: The market is also a bakery, where you can pick up warm dinner rolls, pies, and pumpkin cheesecake.

The Details: Pricing is à la carte. Orders are accepted until the 21st and may be picked up on Thanksgiving until 11 a.m.

Mike’s Organic Delivery

This online market, which delivers groceries from small farmers, fishermen, artisans, and producers to doorsteps in Central Westchester and parts of Connecticut, has a Thanksgiving to-go meal that is ready for re-heating, with a fresh turkey.

Dinners can be ordered to serve small to large families; they range from a dinner for four up to a dinner for 16. Some products that can be ordered individually are turkey, whipped sweet potatoes, and both pumpkin and apple pies.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Nov 21 and will be delivered by the Tuesday or Wednesday before Thanksgiving.

Plates Catering

121 Myrtle Blvd, Larchmont; 914.834.1244

Turkeys are available cooked and uncooked (and range from 12 to 24 lbs), with the option to have it brined overnight in salt, sugar, herbs, and spices. A range of $20 sides, which serve up that homemade feel, can be added to the order, like sweet potato purée with brown sugar and marshmallow, and poached cranberry sauce with warm spices and port wine, along with pies for dessert.

For those who have a big order to fill, like 10-12 plates plus leftovers, a $500 dinner including turkey, five sides, and two pies is sure to leave everyone with the option of being contently stuffed at the end of the meal.

The Details: Pre-order until sold out. Pickup on Wednesday (3 p.m. to 7 p.m.) and Thursday (10 a.m.  to 1 p.m.) for uncooked birds and Thursday (11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.) for cooked birds. Delivery available within 10 miles of Larchmont for an extra fee on orders more than $250.

Southern Table

39 Marble Ave, Pleasantville; 914.618.3355

The name alone brings comfort food to mind and comfort is something that certainly rings true on this holiday. The menu is priced by size for turkeys, hams, full dinners, and à la carte dishes, according to the number of people at your table. Don’t miss out on some sweetness! Pecan, key lime, and pumpkin pies are available, plus homemade apple cider sold by the gallon.

The Details: For the full Thanksgiving catering menu, call or email the restaurant. Orders can be placed by November 22 and may be picked up as late as 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

Susan Lawrence

26 North Greeley Ave, Chappaqua; 914.238.8833

Another spot that allows you to order easily from its website, planning for a table of guests is made even simpler here with a range of entrée options. Turkey stuffed with homemade herb breading, roast turkey breast, and salmon are all available, as well as smaller portions of glazed ham and roast duckling. Some other stand-outs are festive desserts, like pumpkin crème brûlée cheesecake.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Monday, November 25 at 5 p.m. and picked up on the 27th.

Photo courtesy Susan Lawrence

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