Where to dine-in and carry-out Thanksgiving dinner in Seattle 2022

Turkey Day will be here before you know it

A photo of three pies on a table.

Flora Bakehouse is also offering pre-order pies. | Photo via Flora Bakehouse

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Want to celebrate the day of thanks, but not planning on cooking a full dinner this year? Don’t quit Thanksgiving cold turkey — we’ve got you covered with dine-in + carry-out Thanksgiving restaurant meals. What could be butter? (Sorry, are our puns too corny? 🌽)

Where to dine in 🍽

The Lakehouse | $74 per person, $25 for children | 10 a.m.-8 p.m. | Reservations required
The three-course meal includes traditional favorites like turkey, squash, and Waygu beef.

Cafe Flora | $85 per person| 1-6:45 p.m. | Reservations required
Madison Valley’s vegetarian destination features dishes like a puff pastry with a porcini mushroom cream sauce, radicchio salad, and bourbon pecan pie. Carry out options are also available.

Maximilien | $110+ per person | 5 p.m. | Reservations required
What sounds more luxurious than a six-course French Thanksgiving meal in an igloo overlooking the Puget Sound? Very little. Munch on dishes like baked oysters with leeks and crab pumpkin bisque.

Where to carry out 🏠

Sea Creatures | $375+ | Wed., Nov. 23 pick-up | Feeds four to six
Wow the family with side dishes like coal-roasted beets with salt-rubbed cabbage, Bateau beef gravy, and a pumpkin pie with whipped cream — turkey not included, but instructions for roasting and making a salt brine are.

Plum Bistro | $150 | Thurs., Nov. 25 pick-up | Feeds four
Here’s an option for vegan Seattleites complete with a maple-glazed seitan roast, cornbread, Mac + Yease, “bacon” green beans, and a salted caramel apple pie.

Zylberschtein’s | $30 | Mon., Nov. 21-Wed., Nov. 23 pick-up | Feeds one per package
Meals include roasted turkey breast, Brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes with gravy, cranberry sauce, and rolls.

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