You Can Order Your Entire Thanksgiving Dinner Online From These Retailers

The Thanksgiving holiday might be all about what we're grateful for, but for most people, the holiday wouldn't be the same without the turkey. Unfortunately, cooking that turkey can be a laborious, time-consuming task.

Whether you despise slaving away for hours in the kitchen or don't have the space or time to whip up an entire Thanksgiving feast, you're in luck — we live in an age where you can order a full, traditional Thanksgiving meal on the internet. From local restaurants that allow you to pick up a hot, fully cooked Thanksgiving meal to companies that deliver ready-to-cook or ready-to-reheat dishes, there's a meal option for anyone looking to avoid the stove this holiday. We're not just talking turkeys either; you can also add your favorite sides, fixings, desserts, and more. While some companies and restaurants keep it traditional, others have gotten creative with their Turkey Day menu options.

Ready to get your turkey and all the fixings delivered to your door or available with car side pickup? Keep reading to learn some retailers that allow you to order your entire Thanksgiving dinner online.

Harry & David

When it comes to home delivery of gourmet foods and treats, Harry and David is a household name. Launched in 1934, the company is perhaps best known for its deluxe gift baskets and fresh fruit deliveries. But did you know that they'll also deliver a full Thanksgiving spread straight to your front door? 

Harry & David offers a variety of options for those looking to order foods for Thanksgiving dinner. Their classic holiday package is called the Gourmet Turkey Feast. This package features a ready-to-heat 10-pound turkey, as well as a variety of sides, including apple sausage stuffing, creamy brussels sprouts with bacon, brown sugar sweet potatoes, turkey gravy, and spiced cranberry chutney. You'll also get a pumpkin cheesecake for dessert. Each dish arrives frozen, including the turkey, which will need to be thawed for 2 to 3 days before cooking. The package costs $229.99.

A larger version of this meal is also available, and comes with additional sides as well as spiral slices of ham with honey glaze and two additional desserts.

The Gourmet Turkey Feast can be customized with your choice of unique sides, like their Sundried Tomato Truffle Mac and Cheese or Southwest Stuffed Bell Peppers. Want to make your own sides from some classic family recipes? You can order an oven-roasted turkey on its own as well.

Bob Evans

While Bob Evans might be best-known for their down-home style breakfasts, this Midwestern chain also offers a take-home Thanksgiving meal you can order ahead of time and pick up at any of their restaurants.

Their "Farmhouse Feast" is available in several options. The smallest is designed to feed a family of four and comes with your choice of a slow-roasted turkey or a hickory-smoked ham, bread and celery dressing, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans with ham, corn, cranberry relish, fresh-baked rolls, and pumpkin pie. A larger version of the meal is available and feeds eight adults.

For larger families or anyone who wants plenty of leftovers after the holiday, the Premium Farmhouse Feast features both a turkey and ham, all of the sides from the Farmhouse Feast, as well as macaroni and cheese, pumpkin bread, and a double-crust apple pie.

These Thanksgiving meal packages are available for most of November, so you can host your own Thanksgiving party early. You can also order many of the sides and pies individually, making it easy to bring a dish with you to a holiday party without the hassle!

Omaha Steaks

As the name suggests, Omaha Steaks is known for its delivery of fine steaks and other meats. So it should come as no surprise that they've jumped on the turkey delivery train, too.

But you can get more than just your baked bird delivered by Omaha Steaks. In fact, they let you build your own Thanksgiving menu. Start by selecting the size turkey you need, based on how many people you'll be eating with. From there, you can add their homemade sides, like their Steakhouse Broccoli and Cauliflower Gratin, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, and mini baguettes with garlic butter.

Don't forget dessert, either; choose from pumpkin pie, pecan pie, caramel apple tartlets, and more. All of their Thanksgiving meal packages come with free shipping. They start at $129.99 for a family of four, including a 3-pound turkey, your choice of three side selections, a pie, a mini dessert, including either mini mousse cups or caramel apple tartlets, and mini baguettes.

Your turkey and sides arrive pre-cooked so all you have to do is reheat and serve — no worrying about whether or not your turkey cooked all the way through!

Cracker Barrel

Another popular chain serving ready-made Thanksgiving meals for pick-up is Cracker Barrel. The restaurant offers two sizes of their "Heat 'n' Serve Thanksgiving Meals;" one that feeds eight to 10 people, and one that serves four to six. Each meal is fully cooked ahead of time, and is advertised as ready to heat and serve in under two hours.

The larger feast comes with two oven-roasted turkey breasts, cornbread dressing, turkey gravy, cranberry relish, sweet potato casserole with pecans, sweet yeast rolls, and your choice of two of the restaurant's countrysides, as well as a full pecan pie and a pumpkin pie. The smaller meal is advertised as a family dinner, and comes with fewer sides, one turkey breast, and no pie. Got a sweet tooth, or need to bring something to a Thanksgiving dinner at the last minute? You can also pick up their homemade pies in the store, including classic pumpkin and pecan and tasty alternatives like chocolate pecan and cinnamon roll pie. Their pies are available for order and pick-up through the Christmas holiday, too.

Cracker Barrel's Thanksgiving meals do have to be ordered ahead of time, but orders can be placed with as little as 24-hours notice, making this a good option for anyone who has procrastinated this holiday. Don't feel like heating up a meal on Thanksgiving? Cracker Barrel is open on the holiday, so you can always opt to dine in instead! 

Hello Fresh

If you didn't jump on the meal kit trend while under quarantine, now is your chance.

The popular meal kit company Hello Fresh has its very own Thanksgiving Feast to offer. Subscribers can choose from the more popular Turkey + Sides box or a Beef Tenderloin + Sides box. While most Hello Fresh boxes are designed to feed two or four people depending on the subscription, the Turkey + Sides box is designed for eight to ten diners. You'll get everything you need to whip up a roast turkey with garlic herb butter, roasted delicata & shallots, ciabatta stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, cranberry brie crostini, and apple ginger crisp.

The Beef Tenderloin + Sides box is smaller, feeding four to six guests. It has the same sides as the Turkey box, minus the cranberry sauce, and with peppercorn-crusted beef tenderloins for the main course. This meal is priced at $22.49 per person, while the Turkey kit is $16.99 per person.

Hello Fresh's meals come with just the ingredients, and the instructions and recipes that you'll need to prepare them. That means that this Thanksgiving meal will take more work than the others on this list. But if you're looking to expand your cooking skills and serve up a delicious meal without a visit to the grocery store, this is a great option.


When it comes to online meal delivery services, Goldbelly is unique. Rather than creating their own meals and snack packages, Goldbelly curates foods from stores and restaurants across the U.S. You can order baked goods from your favorite bakery on the opposite coast, or a sandwich from a deli you've wanted to try in a different city.

A quick search on Goldbelly reveals a variety of options for Thanksgiving dinners, shipped from all across the country.

You can order a Cajun spiced, deep fried turkey from Uncle Ray's Fried Turkeys in Dallas, Texas. Or, go daring with a turducken — a turkey stuffed with a boneless duck, stuffed with a chicken, layered with Cajun cornbread stuffing in between — from Herbert's Specialty Meats in Maurice, Louisiana.

There are also plenty of classic oven-roasted turkeys, and raw turkeys that you can cook any way you'd like. Some restaurants offer the fixings to go with your dinner as well. For instance, the famous Commander's Palace restaurant in New Orleans, Louisiana will ship you a smoked herb butter-infused turkey, cognac turkey gravy, molasses and sea salt whipped sweet potatoes, smoked Tasso and andouille stuffing, and a pecan pie for $159 through Goldbelly.


Popeyes might be the last place that you think of when you think about Thanksgiving dinner. After all, the regular menu at this chicken-centric Southern-style fast food joint doesn't even have turkey on it.

But believe it or not, the chain offers precooked Cajun-style turkeys that can be ordered ahead of the holiday and picked up at your local store. You can even order tasty sides like mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, and Popeyes famous biscuits to finish off your meal. Your turkey will arrive frozen, and will need to be thawed before you reheat it. Each one is hand-rubbed with spicy Louisianna-style seasonings, similar to their signature chicken.

When these turkeys were revealed last year, they were priced at $39.99, and sold out fast. This year, you can order by calling in or stopping by your local Popeyes restaurant. If you're lucky enough to score one, you can guarantee perhaps your most unique Thanksgiving meal yet.

Bravo! Italian Kitchen

Another surprising chain that serves up a turkey just once a year is Bravo! Italian Kitchen. This restaurant is better known for its classic pasta dishes, pizzas, and steaks. But come November, they roll out family holiday meals that can be ordered for as few as three guests and as many as 20.

Bravo! Italian Kitchen's Thanksgiving Feasts each come with the holiday classics, including a sliced turkey, homestyle gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, cranberry sauce, and a pumpkin pie — no fettuccine alfredo in sight.

How you order your meals will determine how you pick them up; choose from cold kits that can be picked up between November 23 and 25, and will need to be reheated at home, or hot kits that can be picked up on November 24 or 25, and are ready to be eaten right away. Meals start at $78.99 or $26 per person for three people, and get cheaper as you add more diners. All pre-orders must be placed by 8 p.m. EST on November 23.


You could head to an Albertsons market to pick up everything you need to cook a Thanksgiving dinner from scratch. Or, you could order an entire, ready-made Thanksgiving turkey and all of the fixings instead. Albertsons Holiday Dinners come pre-cooked and ready to reheat at home. Choose from four meal options, as well as a side dish kit if you prefer to cook your own turkey or other main meat.

The first option is a Smoked Turkey Holiday Dinner that serves eight to 10 guests. Alongside the turkey, you'll also get cornbread dressing, mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, giblet gravy, and a dozen rolls. This may be the most affordable family meal, at just $62.99. You can also opt for a baked turkey rather than a smoked one.

The Turkey Breast Holiday Dinner costs the same, and comes with the same sides, though it feeds just six to eight people. You can also opt for a baked turkey rather than a smoked one. If you prefer ham, their Spiral Cut Ham Holiday Dinner is a good alternative. It costs $67.99, feeds eight to 10, and comes with the same classic sides.

Orders can be placed online from November 1 to 22. These holiday dinners are also available for Christmas.


Another supermarket chain serving up ready-to-heat Thanksgiving meals is ShopRite. This chain is actually the largest retailer-owned cooperative in the U.S., as well as the largest employer in the state of New Jersey. They have locations in six states, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland.

If you want to shop at the store for your Thanksgiving meal, you can use their recipes to whip up a new family favorite. Or you can relax this holiday, and let the chain do the cooking for you instead.

Their Holiday Turkey meals feature Grade "A" Premium turkeys, between 10 and 12 pounds each. Alongside your fully cooked turkey, you'll also get mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, holiday stuffing, green bean casserole, and gravy. Each meal is designed to feed eight to 10 guests. ShopRite lets shoppers order their holiday meals with just 72-hours notice. So if you've waited until the last minute to start planning your Thanksgiving holiday, or your plans change last minute, this is a great option.

Buca di Beppo

Buca di Beppo's spot on this list may be less surprising than some of the other restaurant chains. After all, this restaurant is known for seving family-style meals — although they usually feature more pastas than mashed potatoes. But if you have a location close to home, you can order a classic Thanksgiving Feast to go. Their feasts serve three to six people. Each one features slice white meat turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, spicy Italian sausage stuffing, green beans, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie.

Want to create a unique new holiday tradition? You can add on any of their classic Italian dishes, too. Their small meal package starts at $78.99, while the larger meal will cost you $148.

If you're planning to host a Thanskgiving meal for your office or a large family gettogether, you can also order Thanksgiving catering from Buca di Beppo. All of their meals, including catering, can be ordered cold to heat up at home, or hot and ready to eat!

Williams Sonoma

The luxury home brand Williams Sonoma can help you decorate a beautiful Thanksgiving table. But did you know that it can also help you fill it? Their Complete Thanksgiving Stuffed Turkey Breast Dinner is a decadent take on the classic holiday meal. Serving four people and costing $159.95, this meal comes with a turkey breast layered with sausage, apple, and cranberry stuffing, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, and a pumpkin pie.

If you want to go all-out, you can upgrade to the Ultimate Thanksgiving Dinner. While it does serve eight guests, it will also set you back $449.95. Alongside a 12 to 14 pound turkey, you'll also get sausage, apple, and cranberry stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, sweet yam casserole, brussels sprouts with bacon, gravy, cranberry chutney, and pumpkin pie.

Williams Sonoma also offers individual, pre-cooked turkeys. Don't forget a beautiful place setting to serve your meal on, and maybe some boxed mixes to whip up a tasty dessert.

Whole Foods

You could raid the hot bar at Whole Foods to scrape together some sides and dishes for your Thanksgiving meal. But with a little bit of pre-planning, you can reserve a full holiday spread and pick it up from your local grocer just in time for Thanksgiving.

The grocery retailer's Thanksgiving Feast serves a whopping 12 guests, and features some unique sides. You'll actually get two main entrees; a whole turkey and a spiral-slice ham. You'll serve these alongside sides like creamed spinach and kale, roasted butternut squash with cranberries and sage, cranberry-orange sauce, and brioche rolls. The feast even comes with two pies; one apple and one pumpkin.

If that's not enough, they also offer additional side option packages, like corn pudding and vegan options like meatless "meatballs." Plus, you can rest assured that you're feeding your guests only the best — Whole Foods guarantees that the turkey and ham are from animals raised without the use of antibiotics, synthetic nitrates, or nitrites. You'll find more than just meals on the menu, too. There are also entertaining packages with sides and appetizers perfect for hosting a pre-holiday cocktail hour.


Costco's die-hard fans tend to rave about the rotisserie chickens, store-brand vodka, and Kirkland Signature Bacon. But there's another hidden Costco gem that you might not know about — yet.

Alongside an oversized package of toilet paper to get you through any future lockdowns, you can also order a full Thanksgiving dinner from the popular bulk-buy chain. Costco's Thanksgiving Meal is actually made by meal delivery service Schwan's. It serves eight guests, and with the current discount costs just $99.99.

Your meal comes with ready-to-roast turkey breasts, roasted baby baker potatoes, roasted sweet potatoes, green beans, corn, biscuit dough, a pumpkin pie, an apple pie, and vanilla ice cream. This meal takes a bit more prep work than some of the others on this list. But it will still save you shopping and prep time, and some cash.

You will need to have a Costco membership to order your meal. You'll also need to order your meal online rather than in stores.