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Where to Get Thanksgiving Dinner To-Go in Westchester


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

Don’t feel like lifting a finger this Thanksgiving? No worries, as many of Westchester’s restaurants are making turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and all the fixings available for takeout — and most are putting their own creative culinary spin on these traditional holiday standards and favorites. All you have to do is place your order in advance, then kick back, relax, and press reheat, fully content that someone else has done the “leg” work for you. Boom.

Hudson Social

11 Station Plaza, Dobbs Ferry; 914.478.3634

Bring your appetite for staples like sweet mashed potatoes, crispy Brussels sprouts, wild mushroom stuffing, and much more, as side dishes slow-cooked with fall spices prove to be the go-to for any homemade turkey recipe. Reheating instructions are included to make the transition from restaurant to home dinner table accessible and easy. (Order by November 23)

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Sonora Restaurant

179 Rectory St, Port Chester; 914.933.0200

The Thanksgiving package comes complete with a bottle of Rioja, turkey or paella, and three traditional Turkey Day side dishes. But, if turkey isn’t your thing, there’s also Chef Palomino’s signature seafood paella made with shrimp, clams, mussels, chorizo, and saffron rice with sofrito sauce. And, if that still isn’t enough, he’ll also throw in a pumpkin cheesecake for dessert. This dinner costs $139 and serves 4-6 people. (Order by November 22)


900 Fort Hill Rd, Peekskill; 914.739.3546

This contemporary American restaurant with spectacular views of the Hudson River is serving a fully catered Thanksgiving dinner available for pickup at $140 for two or $240 for four. The dinner comes with the signature Hudson Valley turkey with potato puree and caramelized Brussels sprouts and a sweet potato puree made with goat cheese. For antipasti lovers, the wide variety of salads, including the Autumn arugula salad, is sure to satisfy. (Order by November 18)

The Barn at Bedford Post Inn

954 Old Post Rd, Bedford; 914.234.8808

An heirloom bronze bird will be the highlight from this country-style bistro, along with traditional accompaniments and suggested wine pairings. Executive Chef Roxanne Spruance has grown her own pumpkin patch onsite this year, guaranteeing meals will include fresh, seasonal produce. An instruction booklet and thermometer ensure your very own restaurant-quality Thanksgiving is just a quick prep session away. $600 feeds 6 to 8 people; $1200 feeds 12 to 16. 


49 E Sunnyside Ln, Tarrytown; 914.829.5454

It’s impossible to pick just one dish from the first-course meal options of this three-course Thanksgiving prix fixe. Choosing between the little gem lettuce salad with heirloom pears, topped with roasted beets, walnuts, aged cheddar, and sage salsa verde or the roasted mushroom and chestnut soup with glazed bacon and crispy shallots is no easy decision. The main course keeps it traditional with slow-roasted Goffle Farms turkey breast and pumpkin pie for dessert.  $85 pp/$40 per kid. (Order by November 20)


698 Saw Mill River Rd, Ardsley; 914.693.5400

A locally sourced Thanksgiving to-go features a Provencal-spiced brined turkey breast and stuffing made with turkey-fennel sausage, cranberries, pecans, and parmesan. For dessert, it’s either a pumpkin cheesecake with brown sugar and pecan streusel or apple crumb pie. $175 feeds four. (Order by November 23)

The Rare Bit

23 Cedar St, Dobbs Ferry; 914.693.8000

In addition to a 10-12 lb brined turkey which will easily feed a family of four, house-made sides focus on traditional mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce, and biscuits. Homemade vanilla or apple pie ice cream or pear sorbet bring a sweet ending to the meal. Pricing is a la carte. (Order by November 21)

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19 Bank St, White Plains; 914.328.6535

If you’re team anti-turkey and stuffing or just want a different dish to spice up your Thanksgiving dinner this year, why not add an Italian lasagna to your table? The homemade lasagna at Papi’ is served with creamy béchamel sauce and melted mozzarella. A half tray goes for $60 and a full tray is $110. For $5 more, gluten-free lasagna is packed with flavor and made with eggplant, zucchini, roasted peppers, and béchamel sauce. (Order by November 21)

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The Greekish

273 Halstead Ave, Harrison; 914.732.3333

Filled with lemon-sage brined turkey, yogurt-mashed potatoes, sumac cranberry sauce, and every other traditional Thanksgiving food imaginable, the Thanksgiving-ish box is guaranteed to leave everyone with full bellies at the end of the night. $175 feeds four, and it comes complete with bonus hummus and pita, too. (Order by November 23)

Susan Lawrence

26 N Greeley Ave, Chappaqua: 914.238.8833

A cornucopia of hors d’oeuvres is on the menu for a proper start to the Thanksgiving Day feast, ranging from baked brie and an artisanal goat cheese log to garlic shrimp and hot crab and artichoke dip. For the main event, there are options as well, including an herb-seasoned and stuffed turkey to roast at home (priced by the pound), hand-sliced turkey breast in gravy, or brown sugar and bourbon-glazed baked country ham. Sides sway toward the traditional with bread stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, and creamed spinach with truffle oil. Dessert offerings run the gamut, too, and include seasonal pumpkin pie, old-fashioned apple pie, and maple leaf pecan pie. Pricing is a la carte. (Order by November 21)

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