Thanksgiving can be tricky when you’re away from your family. You and your friends could try to cook a turkey, but your lavish banquet may end up being turkey-flavored ramen if you don’t know how to roast a bird, even if you try following these handy Thanksgiving cooking tips. If cooking consumes time you’d rather devote to drawing handprint turkeys and watching the National Dog Show, check out this list of Brooklyn restaurants that are delivering and serving meals this Turkey Day, updated for 2015. Most require advanced orders or reservations, so be sure to call early.
Leave your guests asking, “How did you make that?!” Your secret is safe with us.
Lassen & Hennings
114 Montague St, Brooklyn Heights
Bell & Evans turkeys will be offered ranging from 10-24lbs ($109-$155). You can also order a glazed ham for $69 and a variety of side dishes that will be priced per quart.
Marlow & Daughters/Marlow & Sons
95 Broadway/81 Broadway, Williamsburg
(718) 388-5700/(718) 384-1441
Marlow & Daughters is offering natural, pasture raised, white-breast turkey for $7/lbs. You can add a complete Thanksgiving sides packages for $120 as well. At Marlow & Sons, Thanksgiving desserts can be pre-ordered through Friday, November 20. Apple, pumpkin, pecan, and malted milk chocolate pies are available for $41-44.
Fletcher’s Brooklyn Barbecue
433 3rd Ave, Gowanus
Order your turkey dinner at Fletcher’s this year. You can get just the turkey ($130 for 12-14lbs) or a full Thanksgiving feast, which includes an assortment of sides for $220.
Green Grape Provisions
767 Fulton Street, Fort Greene
Green Grape Provisions is offering a wide array of Thanksgiving options for pickup. Turkeys start at $5.99/lb, and you can kick things up a fancy notch by also getting oysters, goose, maple ham, stuffing, pie and more.
901 Fulton St, Clinton Hill
Macsgiving is back! Mac Shack offers their special Thanksgiving mac with candied yams, pumpkin, turkey, cheddar cheese, apple cornbread crust, and cranberry sauce on top. Our mouths are watering.
359 Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg
A limited supply of Texas-style brisket ($199 for 6-8lbs) and smoked turkey breasts ($129 for 5lbs) are available to order for delivery or pickup on Tuesday November 24th. Free delivery for orders over $250.
Sometimes less preparation means more room for gratitude. Check out these restaurants for their individual take on everyone’s favorite dinner.
452 5th Avenue, Park Slope
Daisey’s will be having a Thanksgiving dinner this year as well, including a traditional turkey plate. Call for more details.
Sunset Park Diner
889 5th Avenue, Sunset Park
At Sunset Park Diner you can get a turkey with gravy, stuffing, soup, rice pudding, a choice of drink, and more for $15. If you’re looking to bring the Sunset Park flavor to your house party, you can also purchase a Thanksgiving meal that feeds 15 people for $275, which includes an 18-20lbs turkey, stuffing, gravy, sweet potato, soup and cranberry sauce.
Watty & Meg
248 Court St, Cobble Hill
In addition to their a la carte menu, Watty & Meg will be featuring a free-range turkey or butternut squash ravioli plate with brussels sprouts, cornbread, and more for $42. Reservations go fast so call ahead to book your table.
Prime Meats of Frankies
465 Court St, Carroll Gardens
Prime Meats will be hosting a three-course turkey dinner for $51. Check out their menu and details on how to make reservations ahead of time.
Rose Water Restaurant
787 Union St, Park Slope
Prepare yourself for a $68 feast at Rose Water from 12pm to 10pm. They’ll have a prix fixe menu which includes butternut squash soup, grilled octopus, and a smoked turkey leg. Book online for reservations between 2 and 7:30pm.
369 7th Avenue, Park Slope
Grab a special late night Turkey special at TALDE this year. From Monday, November 23 through Friday, December 4 from 9pm-closing. They’ll be selling 10 orders of Thanksgiving ramen for $15 at the bar. Orders sell fast so try it ASAP!
339 2nd Street, Park Slope
Benchmark Restaurant will be offering a $75 prix fixe menu featuring butter-poached lobster and homemade pappardelle with pumpkin.
246 Dekalb Ave, Fort Greene
iCi will be offering a $65 menu with an additional wine pairing option for each course. Entrees include Sea bass, ricotta cavetelli, and of course, traditional turkey dinner.
Mega Bites Diner
245 DeKalb Avenue
At Mega Bites Diner you can get butterball turkey, stuffing, turkey soup or salad, gravy, cranberry sauce, a choice of desserts and wine or beer for $24.
247 South 1st Street, Williamsburg
For $85 you can get a three-course meal including black truffle lasagna if you’re skipping turkey this year. We’ll have some of that please!
298 Bedford Ave, Williamsburg
Get your prix fixe turkey dinner from 2 to 9pm for $65 per person. Dessert includes a pumpkin pie tarte a la mode. Yum.
Stone Park Cafe
324 5th Ave, Park Slope
Here you can find a three-course prix fixe menu including special items and Thanksgiving classics for $70. Special wines will be sold by the glass and Stone Park Cafe can accommodate larger groups in you’re looking to bring the whole gang in.
80 Wythe Ave, Williamsburg
Reynard is offering a very traditional turkey dinner prix fixe menu from 1pm-8pm for $85 ($42 for children). Choose between turkey, brook trout or Prime rib with traditional sides for an entree.
70 Grand St, Williamsburg
For $65 you can get a prix fixe menu with an option for wine pairing. Suckling pig with Fuji apples? We’ll take it!
Marco Polo Ristorante
345 Court Street, Carroll Gardens
Only $38.95 per person ($20.95 per child) for a three-course meal here! There are plenty of entrees and appetizers to choose from including a traditional turkey plate.
The River Café
One Water Street, DUMBO
If you’re looking to splurge a bit this year, head to The River Cafe for a $155 prix fixe four-course menu. They feature farm style sides and seat between 1pm and 8pm.
549 Classon Avenue, Bed-Stuy
For $48 you can have a three course pre-fixe dinner with home-style sides and a champagne toast. Reservations recommended.
113 Franklin Street, Greenpoint
Cassette will be offering a three-course meal that includes charcuterie, turkey, acorn squash, pumpkin pie and more. This costs $45 per person and $20 for children and dinner takes place in three different seatings.
The Farm on Adderley
1108 Cortelyou Road, Ditmas Park
The Farm on Adderley will be offering a three-course prix fixe menu for $55 per person. A traditional Thanksgiving plate will be available as well as accommodations for kids and vegetarians.
44 Henry Street, Brooklyn Heights
Henry’s End will be offering a Thanksgiving themed a la carte menu featuring pretzel crusted shrimp, and roasted all natural turkey with all the trimmings.
605 Carlton Ave, Prospect Heights
A three-course prix fixe menu is available here for $85. Their menu includes seared scallops with delicata squash, roasted turkey legs, and pumpkin cheesecake with cinnamon creme fraiche.
125 Wythe Ave, Williamsburg
Check out Fat Goose for a holiday inspired prix fixe three-course dinner for $65. A traditional turkey plate, fish dish, and vegetarian option will all be available. An a la carte version of the thanksgiving menu will also be available at the bar.
And if you can’t wait until Thanksgiving for some booze and prix fixe…
Grand Ferry Tavern
229 Kent Ave, Williamsburg
Head to Grand Ferry Tavern for “Drinksgiving” on Thanksgiving Eve. They have a prix fixe menu which includes one house cocktail, the famous Grand Ferry burger, and house-made bourbon ice cream for $20. This Wednesday night their oyster happy hour will take place 4pm-midnight and all house wine bottles are half off as well!
1118 Cortelyou Road, Ditmas Park
No need to miss your family to hit up this particular Friendsgiving, since it’s happening on Monday, November 23, a couple days before Thanksgiving. Beyond the fact that we like Sycamore anyway, this seems like a good feast, with turducken meatballs, pie and mulled wine on the menu.
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I’ll really never understand how we can be so morally outraged by retail opening on Thanksgiving night because “workers should be with their family” and “workers deserve that time” and yet we are perfectly fine promoting movies that come out and restaurants open on Thanksgiving. Clearly nobody works there who might rather be with family, right?