Where to Get Thanksgiving Dine-In and Takeout in Portland

Reservations for tables and takeout packages are going quickly.

By Katherine Chew Hamilton, Isabel Lemus Kristensen, and Matthew Trueherz

Andina's Thanksgiving spread

Want to pass on making a turkey at home this year? You're not alone—and several restaurants are taking on the work for you. Whether you like your Thanksgiving dinners traditional or with a Peruvian twist or Texas take, we've got options for dine-in and takeout.


Pearl District 
How about a Peruvian Thanksgiving this year? The four-course dinner includes a butternut squash soup with salsa verde, pickled aji amarillo, and hazelnuts, plus a main course of either grilled hen in spicy aji limo gravy or gnocchi with hen-of-the-woods mushrooms, kale, and kabocha squash. And in appropriate Thanksgiving fashion, dessert comes in the form of apple pie à la mode. Book a table for two online1314 NW Glisan St 


Enjoy French comfort food for Thanksgiving with a three-course, to-go dinner from Bergerac that serves up to six. Gluten-free dishes of poached pear salad, hen chicken stuffed with apples, onions, and herbs, and your choice of bourbon pumpkin pie or pumpkin crème brûlée come ready to assemble and reheat. Pick up between 2 and 4 p.m. on Wednesday, November 23. 5520 SE Woodstock Blvd 

Bullard Tavern 

At this Texas-meets-Oregon spot downtown, dine in for Thanksgiving specials ranging from a classic turkey plate to hush puppies to whole grilled trout. Dessert options include bourbon pecan pie and chai-spiced apple strudel. There’s also a package available for pickup on Wednesday, November 23, which includes the classic turkey, sides, and pumpkin pie, plus the option to add on dinner rolls and more pies. Make reservations online on Tock813 SW Alder St 

Elephants Delicatessen  

Purchase a complete plate of oven-roasted turkey, or a vegetarian option of harvest stuffed portobello mushroom, with sides of mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans with mushrooms and Madeira, gravy, and cranberry-orange relish from Elephants Delicatessen—ideal for solo Thanksgiving dinners, though there’s also an option for a holiday turkey that feeds six. Or you can build your own feast of turkey, charcuterie, deviled eggs, Kentucky bourbon pecan pie, and more. Order online for curbside pickup and delivery on Tuesday, November 22 and Wednesday, November 23. Multiple locations 

Flor Wines 

Pearl District 
If the food’s covered but maybe you don’t want to show up to your Friendsgiving empty-handed, or if (like us) wine is what you’re most thankful for, stop by Andrew Fortgang and Sergio Licea's bottle shop, Flor, and grab one of their Thanksgiving-paired bottle packs ($125–305). The sets of four to six bottles range in price but are all sommelier-curated to bring you from deviled eggs to pumpkin pie, and take the edge off of your uncle’s politics.
 825 NW Glisan St

Fogo de Chao 

Alongside traditional Brazilian steak offerings, the chain is also offering Thanksgiving specials including fire-roasted turkey, Brazilian sausage and apple stuffing, sweet potato casserole, and pão de queijo. A six-person takeout package ($185) is available for pickup all day November 14–27, though Thanksgiving Day pickup is available only until 10:30 a.m. Order online on Fogo de Chao’s website, or reserve a table for dine-in930 SW Sixth Ave 

Jake’s Famous Crawfish 

While this historic restaurant's full seafood-focused menu will be available on Thanksgiving, you can also order a classic Thanksgiving plate including turkey, corn bread dressing, mashed potatoes, and butternut squash casserole for $35 per adult, or $14 per kid. Takeout packages, which serve four to six, are also available for $220. 401 SW 12th Ave 

Laurelhurst Market  

For a semi-homemade Thanksgiving, Laurelhurst Market is selling whole turkeys and turkey parts, plus roasting essentials like brining kits. Sides are heat-at-home, including mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and roasted fall vegetables with romesco sauce and pumpkin seed salsa verde, plus foie gras mousse or torchon for your charcuterie plate. Pick up Tuesday and Wednesday, November 22–23. 3155 E Burnside St  

Lazy Susan  

Feeding a smaller crowd? Lazy Susan is offering meal kits for two ($100) that cover the bases of Turkey Day fixings, but in a reimagined format. Turkey potpie is the star, with hot sides of coal roasted cabbage, mashed potatoes with mushroom gravy, and butternut squash. The restaurant’s signature smoked whitefish spread with fried saltines, Parker House rolls, and a chicory salad fill out the spread. For dessert, whole pies, both peanut butter and maple-pumpkin, are sold separately ($50). Preorders are live now, and pickup is November 23. 7937 SE Stark St

Masala Lab 

Masala Lab is offering “Everything but the Bird” vegan Indian-inspired meal kits for the holiday. Options for two ($60), four ($110), or eight people ($200) include charred brussels sprouts with pomegranate molasses, masala-spiced leek and parsnip soup, black cardamom cranberry chutney, chaat smashed potatoes, and a cardamom-scented chocolate-orange pudding for dessert. Preorders are live and can be picked up November 23 or before noon on Thanksgiving. 5237 NE MLK Jr. Blvd

Piccone’s Corner 

If you’re up for putting together your own feast but want to get your hands on a high-quality local bird, Piccone’s is accepting preorders through November 19 for heritage turkeys raised on their partner farm, Wallow & Root, in Sandy. Pickups are between the November 21 and 23, and the Oregon-grown birds run $9 per pound. They’re also offering house-smoked light and dark meat by the pound ($20–28 per pound). 3434 NE Sandy Blvd

Zeus Café  

Sit down for a four-course Thanksgiving dinner at McMenamins’ Zeus Café with a charcuterie board or butternut bisque to start, followed by your choice of herb-crusted prime rib, brown sugar–brined turkey, lemon-dill seared salmon, or pumpkin seed–encrusted tofu with sides of mashed potatoes, green beans, or a simple green salad. Top it off with your choice of dessert: brandied pumpkin pie with cinnamon whipped cream, bread pudding, blackberry pie, or a black-and-tan brownie sundae. Call ahead to reserve a table on Thanksgiving. 303 SW 12th Ave 

Zupan’s Market 

Grab a takeout package for eight that includes turkey, sage stuffing, cranberry-orange sauce, and potatoes with gravy. There are also a number of add-ons to choose from, including pumpkin pie, dinner rolls, and a holiday wine package. Various locations 

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