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Where to Get Thanksgiving Dinner To-Go in Westchester

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Get those Thanksgiving dinner orders in, Westchester! Local restaurants dish up turkey, potatoes, stuffing, and even lasagna for the holiday.

Additional reporting by Alaina Cintron

There’s nothing wrong with accepting a little help to get Thanksgiving dinner 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 jibe).

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.

Apropos Restaurant & Bar

900 Forthill Rd, Peekskill; 914.739.3546

This restaurant located within the Abbey Inn offers dinners serving between two and six people. The meal includes an autumn green salad, followed by the turkey with potato puree, caramelized Brussels sprouts, and grilled squash. Then, you can’t forget the sides — roasted chestnut stuffing, garnet yams, and stewed cranberries. Lastly, enjoy pecan pie and petite cannoli for dessert.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Monday, November 22 and can be picked up on Thanksgiving day between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m.


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Bedford Post Dining at Bedford Post Inn

954 Old Post Rd, Bedford; 914.234.7800

In the spirit of Thanksgiving at home, Bedford Post is offering a $600 package serving anywhere from 4-8 people. Included is local heirloom bronze turkey with all the fixings; classic sides like mashed potatoes and stuffing; and some untraditional sides like mac and cheese casserole and butternut squash soup. Simply put, there is something for everyone—and we can’t forget the pumpkin pie with cinnamon whipped cream.

The Bit

23 Cedar St, Dobbs Ferry; 914.693.8008

Create your own customized meal with the à la carte menu that offers healthier side options. Choose the size of your turkey and whether you’d like it raw or fully cooked. Sides include classics like mashed potatoes and gravy, candied yams with maple brown sugar, and vegetable or sausage stuffing. Of course, classic homemade pumpkin, apple, and pecan pies are also available, along with apple cider donut and pumpkin spice latte bundt cakes by the Cake Lady. The restaurant also offers a variety of cocktails to-go, like the Dobbs Berry or Jelly Jar.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Thursday, November 18 and can be picked up either on Wednesday, November 24 or on Thanksgiving morning.


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City Limits Diner

200 Central Ave, White Plains; 914.686.9000

City Limits offers the perfect package for Thanksgiving takeout, fit for 12 ($485) or 6 people ($265). This includes all the favorites: roasted turkey, cornbread and sausage stuffing, mashed potatoes, candied yams, and more. While the plans include spiced pumpkin pie or cinnamon apple streusel crisp (the 12-person package includes both), the diner is taking orders for other desserts. Orders are limited, so reserve yours while they last.

Crabtree’s Kittle House

11 Kittle Rd, Chappaqua; 914.666.8044

For an ethically sourced, farm-to-table dining experience to rival anything the Pilgrims may (or may not) have enjoyed, consider the to-go menu from the county’s original purveyor of farm-to-fork food. For $195 (service for four), the main event is the roasted, apple cider-brined Fossil Farm turkey (white and dark meat) with fresh herb and sausage stuffing, whipped organic potatoes, smashed maple syrup-glazed yams, string beans almondine, and sage gravy. A la carte extras are also on offer, including: farm squash and Honeycrisp apple bisque, organic pumpkin gnocchi, an Autumn market salad, and desserts galore. Orders must be place by 3 p.m. on Tuesday, November 23, for pickup on Wednesday, November 24, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., or Thanksgiving Day, between 9 a.m. and Noon.


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DeCicco & Sons

Eight locations in Westchester

This local grocery chain is really hitting all the high notes when it comes to ordering to-go. A standout on the menu of sides is the stuffing, since it comes in more kinds than you might know to ask for: traditional bread, sausage, and cornbread. Stop by your local store to also choose from classic Thanksgiving dinner options, starring a spiral ham, turkey, filet mignon, 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 Friday, November 19, and sides are already on sale in the deli departments from now until after Christmas.

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Gigante Restaurant and Bar

660 White Plains Rd, Eastchester; 914.961.1001

Gigante is named so for a reason, as evidenced by the “Complete Thanksgiving Feast with all the Trimmings.” This package, priced at $265, serves 4-6 people, and includes a 12-pound turkey plus reimagined classics like sage and fennel stuffing, and kale and gruyere gratin. All orders must be submitted before 3 pm on Tuesday, November 16; pickup is on Thanksgiving Day between 10am and 2pm.

The Greekish

273 Halstead Ave, Harrison; 914.732.3333

This to-go box combines Greek and traditional Thanksgiving favorites. Feeding four, it includes a lemon and oregano brined turkey with gravy, Greek yogurt and dill whipped potatoes, roasted cauliflower, and cranberry sauce. This is paired with a chicory and cabbage Greekish salad, plus hummus and tzatziki with pita. For dessert, have the roasted pear cobbler and the halvah crumble.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Friday, November 19 and can be picked up Wednesday, November 24.

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Ladle of Love

18 Palmer Ave, Bronxville; 914.346.8883

For owner Leslie LZampert, Thanksgiving is one of the busiest days of the year. You can order most dishes à la carte, choosing from sliced roast turkey breast, beef tenderloin, or spinach and wild mushroom lasagna. Don’t skip the soups, including Lampert’s famous Harvest Celebration and a seasonal truffle-cauliflower variety. Lastly, add your sides and don’t forget dessert. Choose between the apple-pear crisp and the pumpkin-cranberry loaf, or you can always just get both.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Thursday, November 18 and can be picked up the day before the holiday at either the Bronxville location or at their Mt. Kisco kitchen.


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698 Saw Mill River Rd, Ardsley; 914.693.5400

The Thanksgiving dinner to-go box feeds four for $300, and includes turkey breast, gravy, cranberry chutney, mashed sweet potatoes with pumpkin spice and marshmallow, and Brussels sprouts with pancetta and aioli. The stuffing is made with sausage, cranberries, pecans, and parmesan. You also get to choose from a pumpkin cheesecake with brown sugar and pecan streusel or an apple crumb pie for dessert. Wines by the bottle can also be ordered.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Thursday, November 18 and can be picked up on November 24 between 1 p.m. and 6 p.m.


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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 spiral ham and beef tenderloin. Sides — stuffing, roasted garlic 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 17th and must be picked up on Thanksgiving by 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 pecan pies.

The Details: Orders must be placed by November 19 and will be delivered the week leading up to the holiday.

Party Fare Gobble Holiday in a Box

This CT-based catering company offers “The Gobble Holiday in a Box,” which has everything you need for Thanksgiving dinner. The limited-time package is from Party Fare by Festivities, in collaboration with Nadine Isacs, and her sons PK and Chris, with their book Gobble: The Quintessential Thanksgiving Playbook. The $550 box serves six and includes a signed copy of the book and an apron along with dinner, which includes everything from a turkey with stuffing to a French apple tart. Additionally, other à la carte items can be ordered from Party Fare, including soups, holiday vegetables, pilafs, and desserts.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Wednesday, November 17 at noon, and can be delivered anywhere across the Westchester area, with a $75 delivery charge.

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 Thanksgiving dinner 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, apple, key lime, and pumpkin pies are available.

The Details: For the full Thanksgiving catering menu, call or email the restaurant. Orders can be placed by November 23 and may be picked up as late as 4 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. Some other standouts are festive desserts like crème brûlée cheesecake and chocolate babka.

The Details: Orders must be placed by Saturday, November 20 at 4 p.m. and picked up on the 24th.

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