On November 11, 2020

16 places to get Thanksgiving dinner prepared for you

Options for dine-in and to-go

To-go

Kamuda’s Country Market, Route 7, Pittsford
Pre-packaged dinner available for pick up Wednesday or Thursday. $10.99  Pre-order recommended but not required.  Call 802-483-2361 ext. 5. Open limited hours on Thursday, Nov. 26.

Rollin’ Rooster, Pittsford
Catering specials for Thanksgiving will be available from The Cluckin’ Cafe in Pittsford. Message them on Facebook for prices and to place an order. Orders must be placed by Nov. 22 for pick up Wednesday Nov. 25 and Thursday Nov. 26.

Hannaford, Brandon & Rutland
Fresh, fully-cooked turkey or ham dinner, complete with all the trimmings and a freshly-baked pie. Each dinner serves 6-8 people. Limited availability, so please be sure to order early. See a deli associate for details or call your store. Rutland: 802-775-8900 or Brandon: 802-247-4113

The Backroom, Pittsfield
$45 per person includes Misty Knoll turkey — roasted breast and braised thigh with cranberry sauce, stuffing and gravy, Brussels sprouts with bacon and kimchee, maple-vanilla sweet potato puree, green bean and wild rice salad, caramelized leek and aged cheddar potatoes, buttermilk biscuit and smoked maple butter, and slice of apple or pumpkin pie. Call 802-770-4357.
Pick up is available at the Original General Store on Thursday, Nov. 26 from 12 p.m.-2 p.m. Place your order by Nov. 19.

Woodstock Farmer’s Market
$50 dinner for 2; $100 dinner for 4 includes turkey breast, mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy and cranberry pear relish. Don’t forget to add dessert. Place your Thanksgiving orders by phone at 802-457-3658. All pre-ordered items will be available for contact-free pickup outside the store on Tuesday, Nov. 24, and Wednesday, Nov. 25. Route 4, West Woodstock.

Killington Market
Complete Thanksgiving meals available for the whole family, as well as fresh turkeys from Stonewood Farm. Single-serve Turkey supper available all day Thursday and Friday for $8.49. Call the Deli at 802-422-7594 for more information. Killington Road, Killington.

Flannels Bar and Grill, Mendon
$25 per person prefix plates for up to 4. 4+ is done family style. Whole cooked birds and fresh pies available. Reserve by Nov. 21 by calling 802-772-4402.

Choices Restaurant & Rotisserie, Killington
Open on Thanksgiving 4-8:30 p.m.
$24.95 per person. Includes sliced cider-brined turkey breast, dressing, harvest squash, green beans, mashed potato and gravy and cranberry sauce. Place your orders by Friday Nov. 20 by emailing claudeschoices@yahoo.com. Pick-up Nov. 26,  3-6:30 p.m.

Moguls, Killington
Take out turkey dinner for one  or dinner to-go for a whole family or group with all the fixings!  Call 802-422-4777

Barnard Inn, Route 12, Barnard
$29 per person. Pre-order by Tuesday, Nov. 24, pick-up on Thursday, Nov. 26. Call 802-234-9961 or email events@barnardinn.com. View full menu at: mailchi.mp/barnardinn/thanksgiving-menu-take-out.

Simon Pearce, Quechee
Dinner for 4, $225. Includes:  Free-range Misty Knoll turkey, soup or salad, four seasonal sides and choice of dessert. All will be ready-to-reheat in oven-safe containers. Pick up Nov. 24 from 2-5 p.m. and Nov. 25 1-5 p.m.  To order email restaurant@simonpearce.com, now through Nov. 19

Sweet Caroline’s, West Rutland
Customizable dinners for $23+tax per person. Take-out orders with advanced reservations accepted until Sunday, Nov. 22 or until they reach capacity. Call 802-438-5696 to order and reserve.

Dine-in

Southside Steakhouse, Rutland
Seatings from 12-7 p.m.  Reservations required. Call 802-772-7556 to reserve your table. Route 7 south of downtown.

Victorian Inn, Wallingford
Open Nov. 26 at 5:30 p.m. Call 802-446-2099 to reserve your table. Route 7 in the village.

Sam’s Steakhouse, Ludlow
$29.95 Thanksgiving feast, Nov. 26 from 12-5 p.m. Reservations recommended by calling 802-228-2087.

Sweet Caroline’s, West Rutland
$23 + tax for a variety of customizable meals.  Taking reservations for in house between 12-6 p.m. on Nov. 26. Diners are strongly recommended to choose their meals when they reserve a table. Call 802-438-5696 to order and reserve. (Reservation accepted until Sunday, Nov. 22 or until they reach capacity.)

Mountain Top Inn and Resort
Offering dine-in Thanksgiving dinner to the public Thursday, Nov. 26 with seatings from 12-6:30 p.m. Reservations required. Take-out will be a limited option and should be placed well in advance. For those with a guest house booking for Thursday evening, Nov. 26, there is a separate ‘Chef prepared traditional Thanksgiving dinner’ menu.  Guests must place their order by Saturday, Nov. 21 and the meal will be delivered directly to their Mountain Top guest house.  This menu is served  prefix for  $50 per plate per person and only available to those staying in guest houses. For stay or dining reservations call 802-483-2311.

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