Thanksgiving 2020 To-Go…
Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday to celebrate our family and friends, and all those who we are thankful for. It also happens to be a time to celebrate eating a lot and feeling good about it. This year, although many may not be seeing their family in person, we can still find cause to celebrate as we move into the home stretch of 2020. To assist in this endeavor, businesses from all over Greenville are providing a host of Thanksgiving meal packages for this year’s holiday feast. From individual turkeys to entire meals, these shops are some of the premier picks to buy your turkey from this Thanksgiving season.
Fork and Plough has had a lot of experience with take-home meals recently, and their Thanksgiving take-home meal is a continuation of this. Offering a menu of turkey and ham sides, pies, and gravy, this meal kit is very customizable. Small and large side orders of collards, stuffing, mac and cheese, and green bean, yellow squash, and sweet potato casseroles are available for $10-15. Order to pick up by November 24th and 25th.
Swamp Rabbit Cafe’s holiday menu includes a $20 ham, turkey, or vegan entree and large, $24 side dishes (serving 6-10) that can be ordered together or individually up to the 24th for pickup any day until Thanksgiving. Sides include two stuffing variations, gravy, sweet potato souffle, and mac and cheese, as well as a wide variety of holiday pies!
If you’re looking for a more gourmet option, Table 301 Catering will be offering a meal package this year consisting of a roasted turkey and many traditional sides dishes, including stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy, squash harvest hash, a sweet potato soufflé, green bean casserole, fresh baked dinner rolls and apple pie. This meal feeds 4 for a grand sum of $120, or you can order the individual items a la carte. Order by Friday, November 20th to reserve a meal!
Kroc Pot, a service run by the Salvation Army aka Kroc Greenville, will be making affordable meal kits for 4 for 60$, including a roasted turkey breast and a smorgasbord of sides, including mashed potatoes, gravy, cornbread dressing, green beans, mac and cheese, cranberry sauce and roles. Deadline to order is Thursday, November 19th at 3pm.
Fresh Market on Pleasantburg will cover most of your Thanksgiving needs, from individual turkeys to small (3-5 people) family meals for $60 and even larger meals for those with extended family (6-10) for $80. The meals include either ham or turkey with a compliment of gravy, stuffing, green beans, potatoes, and a cranberry relish. There are also other meats, sides, and desserts available for individual purchase as well.
Iron Hill Brewing on Haywood Road is gearing up for Thanksgiving with their $50 Thanksgiving dinner for four. Place your order by Saturday, November 21 for pick-up on Wednesday, November 25th. Then, just warm and serve. To check out their complete menu and to order click here.
If you’re planning on making your own sides, there are still many places selling just the main dish. Many local grocers, restaurants and BBQ establishments are selling centerpiece turkeys, hams and plenty of sides as well. Wherever you buy your food this holiday season, we wish you Happy Thanksgiving and a jovial feast!
Lastly, don’t forget the desserts! Try the always fresh and delicious, Old Europe Desserts in downtown Greenville. They’ll be serving Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin Cheese Cake Pie (gluten free) and more. Orders can be placed until Tuesday, November 24th. To place your order click here.
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