Turkey dinner for thanksgiving

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HoneyBaked Makes the Best Turkey Breast

For the best turkey breast, bar none, choose HoneyBaked.

Available oven roasted or smoked, our fully cooked, boneless turkey breasts are great as the main dish for any holiday meal or as a co-star in a buffet. Prepared with the same care and quality as our famous HoneyBaked Ham, our turkey breast selections are sure to please no matter what the occasion. Enjoyed right from the fridge or heated up, you can’t go wrong with HoneyBaked turkey.

Boneless Turkey Breast Makes an Easy Lunch, Brunch or Dinner

Like our famous ham, HoneyBaked smoked turkey breasts are best because they are sliced and glazed with our own HoneyBaked recipe. Tender, moist, delicious and completely ready to serve, these boneless breasts make any meal easy to prepare. They’re an outstanding choice for Thanksgiving, Easter, Christmas or any time of the year. Enjoyed alone or in combination with one of our ham selections, you’ll be sure you’re serving only the best. And with our full suite of famous side dishes and desserts, you’ll set an irresistible table for your friends and family.

Choosing an oven roasted or smoked turkey breast

The choice is yours. If you prefer the smoky flavor imparted by the smoking process or would rather enjoy our scrumptious oven roasted turkey, we offer both. You might also consider serving both and offering guests a choice. Or, combine our best smoked turkey breast with a wheel of our creamy, delicate Baby Swiss cheese along with our honey and Dijon specialty mustards and you’ll have all the fixings for a special lunch or brunch or a casual dinner at home.

Online or in-store you get only the best

Whether you shop at one of our many convenient retail locations or shop online, you can be assured that you’re getting the finest quality anywhere. At HoneyBaked, we take great pride in the superior quality of our products as well as in the care we take during the shipping process. Whether you order online or in person, you’ll know you’re getting the very best. Guaranteed.

Start a new tradition with HoneyBaked turkey

Holidays are a busy time for us here at HoneyBaked. We know they’re a busy time for you, too. That’s why we hope you’ll try our oven roasted or smoked boneless turkey breast, because we know it’s not only the best flavored turkey breast you’ll find, it’s a very convenient way to celebrate the holidays and your other special occasions. In fact, you just might start a new tradition in your home. One with no muss, no fuss, and no hassle.

Whether as a gift, a main course or an added attraction, you’ll get the very best smoked turkey breast from a company you can trust. That’s the HoneyBaked tradition. Make it yours.

Shop our Mail Order Catalog, too!

HoneyBaked provides you with convenient, easy ways to order your ham, including the option to shop through our mail order catalog. Our popular mail order catalog, along with our stores, have been the foundation of our company and are still a favorite way to shop. Of course, regardless of how you order, our famous fully prepared HoneyBaked ham or turkey breast will arrive at your doorstep perfect every time. We guarantee it.

Preparing a Precooked Turkey

This year you decided to go the precooked route for one reason or another. It seemed simple enough; it’s already cooked. Now you want to serve it to your guests. But how do you cook an already cooked turkey? Follow the easy guidelines below to make your precooked turkey the star of the night.


Your precooked turkey, whether oven-roasted or smoked, is likely frozen. Thaw the meat in the refrigerator for up to five days prior to needing to serve. Once it’s thawed you have the option to dig right in. Slice it up for sandwiches, carve it up and eat it cold, etc. However if you want to reheat it and serve the traditional way, keep reading.


Preheat your oven to 375°F. Place the cold (not room-temperature) turkey in a roasting pan, breast-side down. This allows the fat from underneath the bird to drip down while it heats up, ensuring a moist, tender breast. Cover the turkey with foil and place in oven. Drop oven temperature to 275°F. You’ll want to reheat your turkey for around 5 minutes per pound. So a 10lb turkey would need to reheat for around 50 minutes. Use a meat thermometer before removing. USDA recommends cooking and reheating all poultry to an internal temperature of 165°F.

Can I make gravy?

Hope is not lost if you had your heart set on gravy but bought a precooked bird. Simply add a cup or so of water to the bottom of the roaster. It will mix with the drippings and absorb that turkey flavor, perfect for making a delicious gravy.

What about stuffing?

Often people wonder if they can stuff a bird once it’s already cooked. The simple answer is no. The bird won’t be in the oven for nearly as long as a raw bird, meaning the stuffing won’t cook appropriately. However, never fear. You may prepare your stuffing via stovetop or oven, a more widely recommended route anyway.


Just like cooking a raw bird, be sure to let your turkey rest about 15-20 minutes. This allows all the juices simmering beneath the skin to sink into the meat resulting in a juicer turkey and will be easier to carve. Refer to our Carving guide for tips on how to carve your turkey once it’s ready.

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Special Thanksgiving Menus In and Around Jersey City

As great as the holidays are, sometimes we can run into a bit of a jam. Maybe there’s way more family coming than you planned and there isn’t enough food to feed all of the cousins, uncles and aunts that decided to show up. Sometimes money is tight and we need to find other options. Maybe you feel like taking a break from tradition and you want to enjoy someone else making your holiday meal for a change. There are plenty of restaurants open for Thanksgiving! Want to check them out? We’ve created a list of Special Thanksgiving Menus In and Around Jersey City!


908 Washington Street Hoboken

Amanda’s has been delighting customers for over 25 years and they are continuing the delight with their Thanksgiving Menu. At $59 per person (not including tax and gratuity), you and your guests will enjoy a three-course pre-fixe filled with so many yummy choices! Choose from traditional Thanksgiving choices or be bold and daring and trying something new!

The Liberty House

76 Audrey Zapp Dr. Jersey City

Put on your Thanksgiving best and head over to The Liberty House for your Turkey Day meal! For $62 per adults and $30 per child (tax, gratuity and beverage additional) you can enjoy a meal the Liberty House way! Please call ahead to make reservations.

“Everything but the Bird” Thanksgiving Menu By Bread And Spoon

Madeleine’s Petit Paris

416 Tappan Road, Northvale

Madeleine’s Petit Paris is offering a buffet dinner full of your Thanksgiving favorites! The buffet is $46 for adults and $25 for children. Want to still enjoy a meal at home and catch Thanksgiving football? They offer a takeout menu! Bon appétit!

Mario’s Classic Pizza Cafe

742 Garden Street, Hoboken

Mario’s Classic Pizza Cafe goes above and beyond to help the community by serving an entire traditional Thanksgiving meal every year for free! This includes turkey with all the trimmings, stuffing, sweet potatoes and other vegetables. The idea for the Thanksgiving dinner came after he told his wife, Deanna, that he would rather stay home for the holidays than travel.


225 River Street, Hoboken

A luxurious atmosphere tops off the great food offered at Halifax! Enjoy a three-course meal along with amazing side dishes for $55 a person on Thanksgiving Day from 2 PM – 8 PM. You can also add a bottle of wine for an additional $20.

Satis Bistro

212 Washington Street, Jersey City

From 3PM-9PM on Thanksgiving day, you can get ready to gobble gobble gobble a three-course meal. For $40 per person (plus tax + gratuities).

McLoone’s Boathouse

9 Cherry Ln, West Orange

Celebrate Turkey Day in this lodge-like restaurant! Sample dishes from the buffet for $39.95 and $14.95 for kids ages 3-11 or order a turkey dinner with all the trimmings for $26.95.

Antique Bar & Bakery

The best way to cook a turkey for Thanksgiving is for Antique Bar & Bakery to do it for you! They slow roasting organic turkeys for Thanksgiving Day pick up. All turkeys are accompanied by homemade herb gravy, traditional stuffing, and fresh cranberry sauce. A la cart appetizers, sides, and dessert are also available. Call ahead to place your order.

Villa Borghese III

475 Washington Blvd, Jersey City

Come in and give thanks with VB3 this Thanksgiving with their $34 Thanksgiving Feast! Three courses including choice of our Butternut Squash & Ginger Soup or Fall Salad (mix greens, apples, goat cheese, candied walnuts, maple vinaigrette), a main course including a Roasted Turkey dinner with stuffing, mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, green beans, and cranberry relish and for dessert with your choice of either Pumpkin Creme Brulee, or a Roasted Apple Tart with Cinnamon Gelato! Rather eat at home? VB3 is offering a TAKE-OUT version meal.

If you are hosting Thanksgiving we have recipes and food suggestions for you to try to satisfy even the pickiest eater. There are plenty of vegan

and vegetarian options to make your dinner a success!

Thanksgiving is quickly sneaking up on us, and while some of us might enjoy cooking all day — some, well, don’t. Luckily for Hoboken and Jersey City residents, several local restaurants and catering businesses have no problem doing the job. It’s easy to get an entire traditional Thanksgiving meal from the following restaurants in our area, and to save you time and energy, here’s a list of Thanksgiving catering options in Hoboken + Jersey City:

Anthony David’s {Hoboken}

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Pino Hospitality knows what they’re doing when it comes to food, and catering is no different. From soup to appetizers to entrees and a variety of sides, Anthony David’s is the way to go if you want to impress your guests. See their Thanksgiving 2019 catering menu here.

Skyline Hospitality {Hoboken/Kolo Klub}

The premier {and only caterer} of the Kolo Klub, Skyline Hospitality is owned and operated by Vince Crysler, and his team curates a delicious array of apps, dishes, and entrees. Their offerings are abundant {including but not limited to veggie dishes, gluten-free options, and the like}, and you can be sure that any allergies will be noted with substitutes {so just let the team know!}. Get in touch via their FB page here.

Casey2Cook {Hoboken}

Casey Repetti is a local mother, chef, and blogger {and is always our go-to for a tasty platter consisting of just about anything}. If you are cooking a Thanksgiving meal, but have no time to worry about appetizers while your guests wait — Casey is your girl. Email [email protected] to get started on a custom order.

Hoboken Catering {Hoboken}

With a four-page long catering menu, Hoboken Catering is bound to satisfy any of your Thanksgiving needs. From hors d’ oeuvres to dips to picking plates, entrees, and sides — this is the perfect option for those hosting several people. Check out their menu here.

Bread and Spoon {Jersey City}

For those seriously savory + classic sides, contact Bread and Spoon. This Jersey City-based catering service will be offering “everything but the bird” for your Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving meal. Curated by chef Colleen Christi, enjoy traditional holiday sides brought right to your door. Contact Bread and Spoon here.

Busy Bee Organics {Jersey City}

For those who want to continue healthy eating during the holidays but NOT skip on flavor, local meal delivery service Busy Bee Organics has come to the rescue. From savory dishes like a lentil shepherd’s pie with roasted parsnips and more, you’ll be blown away by this unique-yet-delicious menu, tailored to your preferences. Inquire about the menu here.

ABC Catering {Hoboken}

Abbey Bell Catering is offering catering for Thanksgiving this year. Choose from a variety of snacks, appetizers, and sides including shrimp cocktail, cheese and charcuterie, and more. To place an order, contact Abbey here.

Antique Bar + Bakery {Hoboken}

This local favorite will be offering everything from turkey to desserts this year. Antique’s catering menu will feature, of course, a 20-25 lb turkey, seasonal rice balls, creamy mashed potatoes, sage stuffing, mac + cheese, their signature dessert — the Antique bread pudding, and so much more. Contact Antique Bar + Bakery by calling 201-683-7029 and find the full menu here.

Read More: Places to Bring Your Hoboken Visitors {Where to Eat, Drink, + Go}

Hudson Hall {Jersey City}

Hudson Hall is offering a Thanksgiving catering option this year once more. Sides and desserts are also available {so you can have your meal covered from start to finish}. Contact Hudson Hall here to learn more and to inquire about an order.

Hamilton Pork {Jersey City}

This Jersey City staple is best known for its drool-worthy BBQ-fare, but Hamilton Pork is also participating in the Thanksgiving fun. They’ll be offering a catering option for those who are looking to skip the cooking this year. Click here to inquire about catering.

The Little Food Cafe {Bayonne}

If you’re tired of cooking for your family, this popular Bayonne eatery will do the job for you. Whether you need an individual dinner or a meal serving a number of people, Little Food Cafe has it covered. Contact them here to inquire about catering.

ShopRite {Hoboken + Jersey City}

Yes, ShopRite caters {and we’ve heard the food isn’t bad, either}. The store will be offering a full catering menu that features all of the Thanksgiving favorites. See the options and order online here.

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Written by: Briana

Briana is a born-and-raised Hoboken Girl who embraces both the new and old aspects of the Mile Square. She’s a freelance writer, works in social media, and more importantly (but not really) — a cat lover and total foodie. When she’s not working, she can be found convincing herself to buy something at Sephora or Target, eating mussels with her fiancé at Leo’s, or planning her next Disney vacation.

‘Tis the season for turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and all the fixins’. Regardless of how it gets to your table — homemade or store-bought — there’s no denying that the Thanksgiving feast is the best meal of the year. If you’re away from home or simply want to step away from the kitchen, these restaurants have decided to keep their doors open just for you (and, well, the rest of the country).

Friendly reminder: When heading out to grab food on Thanksgiving, remember to call your local franchise to double-check its holiday hours. While these restaurant chains all plan on opening their doors, specific hours of operation vary by region. There are also quite a few grocery stores open as well, in case you get a last-minute urge to make something from scratch. Whatever choice you make, we hope you eat well. After all, you need to have all the energy you can get when shopping the best Black Friday deals this year.

Don’t forget to check out GoodHousekeeping.com’s Thanksgiving guide for holiday dinner recipes, Turkey Day crafts, and fun Thanksgiving decorations.

1. Denny’s

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You can always expect Denny’s to be open all day, every day, year round. You can eat breakfast before the holiday festivities begin or indulge in the classic turkey dinner. Select regions even offer online ordering and delivery — yes, you might not even have to leave your house.

2. Marie Callender’s

Marie Callender’s has your back this holiday season. In the past, meals have been available for pre-order in Nevada and California locations — just make sure to allow a few hours for reheating.

3. Fogo de Chao

All locations are open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, allowing guests to enjoy complimentary menu options as part of the Full Churrasco Experience. Thanksgiving additions include roasted turkey breast with au jus, homemade cranberry relish, Brazilian sausage and apple dressing, and sweet potato casserole.

4. STK Steakhouse

STK will be serving Thanksgiving specials, including the ‘Roasted Turkey Special’ that includes chestnut cornbread stuffing, green beans, old school gravy, and cranberry orange chutney —yum!

5. Medieval Times

Grab your crown, Medieval Times is having a Feast Like Royalty special for Thanksgiving. What’s more appropriate for Thanksgiving than chowing down on a Turkey drumstick?

6. McCormick and Schmick’s

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The restaurant is open every year, and you can get a turkey dinner complete with mashed potatoes, gravy, butternut squash bisque, and more.

7. Cracker Barrel

Every year, the restaurant famous for its delicious comfort food offers Heat N’ Serve family meals to-go that can serve up to 10 people. The meal kit comes chilled and ready to heat and includes two oven-roasted turkey breasts, turkey gravy, cranberry relish, three country sides, and pie for dessert.

8. Bob Evans

The to-go meals from Bob Evans ensure that your Thanksgiving will be hassle-free (at least in terms of food). Choose from three to-go options: Ham Farmhouse Feast, Turkey Farmhouse Feast, or Premium Farmhouse Feast (the best of both worlds). Meals serve either four or eight guests and start at $50.

9. Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

All restaurants will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m so you can enjoy the perfect steak on Thanksgiving Day.

10. Ted’s Montana Grill

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Ted’s offers a three-course Traditional Roast Turkey Feast that is served with roasted turkey and garlic mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, buttered carrots, Aunt Fannie’s squash casserole, and cranberry sauce. It also includes an individual-sized apple pecan crisps.

11. Applebee’s

If you want to have your Thanksgiving dinner in the form of a burger, head to Applebee’s. Certain locations will be operating on regular hours, so make sure you call ahead.

12. Bahama Breeze

If you’re in the mood for a Caribbean-style Thanksgiving dinner, Bahama Breeze Island Grille is not only open but serving a Island Style Turkey Dinner which consists of sliced turkey, callaloo, green beans, cornbread stuffing, cranberry-pineapple chutney and your choice of mashed potatoes or cinnamon mashed sweet potatoes. And of course, pumpkin pie for dessert.

13. Boston Market

This year you can enjoy comfort food from Boston Market without ever living your house. The restaurant is delivering pre-cooked Thanksgiving dinners (yes, with a whole turkey) to your doorstep as long as you order beforehand. Check out more details on the website.

14. Buffalo Wild Wings

It varies by location so check with your local store, but many Buffalo Wild Wings locations will be open for you to get your wings fix on Thanksgiving.

15. Chili’s

Certain Chili’s locations will be open if instead of turkey you would rather have baaaby baaack riiibs.

16. Del Frisco’s Grille

This bar and grill will be serving a three course traditional turkey meal on the big day. Its holiday special includes Slow Roasted Turkey Breast and Pumpkin Cheesecake.

17. Golden Corral

Golden Corral’s famous buffet will be open in select locations during Thanksgiving, so you can stock up on all the stuffing that you can eat.

18. Hooters

It’s safe to bet that you can catch the football game on here.

19. IHOP

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What, you’re going to make breakfast and dinner? If you need to step away from the stove in the morning, head over to IHOP for some pancakes.

20. Legal Seafood

On Turkey Day, the seafood chain will be serving turkey breast with sausage stuffing, mashed potatoes, butternut squash, gravy and cranberry sauce. Plus, of course, plenty of options for the pescatarians among us.

22. Ruby Tuesday’s

This American dinner favorite will also be open on the big day. Who says you can’t celebrate Thanksgiving with burgers and fries?

23. Sizzler

Not every location of this steak joint will be open, but the ones that are will be serving a Thanksgiving feast.

24. TGI Friday’s

Yes, TGI Friday’s will also be open on Thanksgiving. TG for TGI Friday’s!

25. Waffle House

The Waffle House is open 365 days a year, and Thanksgiving is no exception. Now, to decide whether to go here or IHOP …

26. Buca Di Beppo

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Chicken Alfredo on Thanksgiving? Yes, please. Do your holiday the Italian way at this pasta place.

27. The Capital Grille

The Capital Grille’s menu isn’t cheap, but it’s Thanksgiving — treat yo’ self.

28. Popeye’s

Make sure you call ahead because not all Popeye’s locations will be open, but the ones that are will be serving 13 – 16 pound pre-cooked Cajun Style Turkeys … is your mouth watering yet?

29. Subway

If you’re just craving a turkey sandwich, some Subway franchises will be open on Thanksgiving, but make sure you call your local store before you leave.

30. Chart House

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Chart House is big on holidays, so make sure that you book a reservation in advance.

31. Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Not only is Ruth’s Chris open, the restaurant will serving a traditional three-course meal with oven-roasted turkey and homemade gravy. Check out the details on its website.

32. Tony Roma’s Steakhouse

If you’re not in the mood for the standard turkey and mashed potato fair, head over to Tony Roma’s for baby back ribs and tasty seafood dishes.

33. Romano’s Macaroni Grill

If you want to eat at home but you don’t like cooking, you can pre-order your Thanksgiving Dinner from Romano’s Macaroni Grill. You’ll also be able to grab a table to dine-in on Thanksgiving as well.

34. Morton’s Steakhouse

In addition to the regular menu, Morton’s will be serving a steak and lobster special that makes a compelling argument to skip the turkey this year.

35. Sullivan’s Steakhouse

From 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., you can stop by Sullivan’s and try the prix-fixe holiday feast.

36. Sonic

Certain locations of the drive-in restaurant will be open on Thanksgiving, hurray for Chili Cheese Bite lovers everywhere!

37. Carrabba’s Italian Grill

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Though there’s no in-resturant dining on Thanksgiving, Carrabba’s will be selling ‘Take & Bake dishes” which are pasta meals like Lasagne Bolognese, Penne Carrabba with Chicken, Pumpkin Mascarpone Ravioli or Rigatoni al Forno with Sausage that you can take home and heat up for the big meal.

38. Black Angus Steakhouse

You can reserve a table at the legendary steak joint for Thanksgiving dinner.

39. Maggiano’s Little Italy

If you’re look for catering, carryout or dine-in options, you’ve come to the right place. Maggiano’s offers all three services on Thanksgiving.

40. Luby’s

With a whole plate for just $11.49, Luby’s Thanksgiving special may be the cheapest meal that you can get.

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8 Takeout Options for a Stress-free Holiday Dinner

Holidays are a time to gather with friends and family, so wouldn’t it be nice to sit down and enjoy your guests instead of cooking all day?

We’ve rounded up a list of places where you can get your entire dinner cooked for you — just reheat and serve! There is something for every palate: vegan cranberry hazelnut en croûte from Metropolitan Market, local veggies and pastries from Home Remedy, organic turkey from PCC, gluten-free dinners from Marlene’s, a country feast from Williams Sonoma and many more.

1. Home Remedy

Pick up a complete Thanksgiving dinner to-go at Home Remedy. Dinner includes a herb-brined, oven-roasted turkey breast, garlic mashed potatoes, Tom’s Northwest mushroom stuffing, spiced cranberry sauce with orange and thyme, local squash, Brussels sprouts roasted with garlic, sage and onions and Dahlia bakery rolls for $45 per person.

Order your Dahlia pies (with options such as Kentucky bourbon pecan pie and triple coconut cream) and bread separately, and take advantage of special wine and beer pairings that are 10 percent off with every Thanksgiving order. Yum!

Photo courtesy PCC Community Markets

2. PCC Community Markets

For a very PCC holiday, start by reserving your meat centerpiece. Choose from three precooked options: Mary’s roasted organic turkey, Oregon non-GMO beef rib roast or Beeler’s non-GMO bone-in ham.

Then, cruise the deli for a variety of reheatable holiday sides. Choose from traditional fare or newer menu items such as chorizo apple cornbread dressing or coconut mashed yams, gremolata green beans and others.

3. Whole Foods

From the Classic Roast Turkey dinner for four ($69.99) to the Festive Feast for 12–14 ($279.99), Whole Foods offers a wide range of delicious holiday meals. Keep it classic for a small table with a roasted turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans with parsley and garlic, and cranberry orange sauce. Or wow a crowd with the Festive Feast, which includes a turkey, ham, two pies, and tons of sides.

Don’t forget Whole Foods has vegan holiday offerings. Order the vegan meal for two ($39.99) right here, or check out the vegan a la carte menu.

4. Metropolitan Market

If you have vegan guests at your table this holiday season, consider the vegan cranberry hazelnut en croûte ($24.99) at Metropolitan Market. Filled with hazelnut-infused grain meat, field roast sausages, cranberries and apples — then wrapped in a pastry crust —this dish will satisfy any non-meat eater.

You can also order a complete pre-cooked Thanksgiving meal centered around turkey. If you are up for some cooking, Metropolitan Market also offers an array of cook-at-home meats featuring turkey (free-range non-GMO, heritage or organic), beef rib roast, leg of lamb, rack of lamb, ham, crown roast of pork, Pekin duck and game hens.

Pair one or more of these main dishes with fully prepared sides, such as rosemary roasted parsnips, creamed spinach, Waldorf salad and many more. Don’t forget the starters such as a celebration cheese tower and Northwest hot smoked salmon, plus fun desserts such as raspberry chocolate gelato cake and hummingbird cake.

5. Williams Sonoma

Williams Sonoma ups the Turkey Day game by featuring turkeys from the legendary Willie Bird Ranch in California. Willie Bird turkeys are allowed to range freely and are fed a diet of natural grains.

A small turkey dinner for four ($189.95) includes a boneless turkey breast infused with basil, thyme, fennel and lavender. Butter chive mashed potatoes, green bean casserole with gruyere cheese sauce and shallots. A hand-crafted pecan pie rounds out the meal.

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6. Honey Baked Ham

The Honey Baked Ham Company offers cooked Thanksgiving meals starting at around $50 for a small turkey dinner. Order extra sides and desserts to add to your table.

7. Marlene’s Market & Deli

Marlene’s offers holiday dinners with many gluten-free options! Thanksgiving dinner for two comes in both traditional and gluten-free versions ($34.99). This includes turkey breast, cranberry orange chutney, gravy, smashed potatoes, green bean casserole, sourdough stuffing and mini pumpkin pie.

For a larger crowd, choose a turkey dinner for 10–12 people ($179.99). Dinner includes three sides of your choice, plus cranberry orange chutney, gravy and one pie.

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8. Omaha Steaks

Get a ready-made dinner from the meat experts at Omaha Steaks. Dinners come in two sizes, serving four or eight people and include traditional turkey or ham feasts ($59.99–$159). You can also try something different this year by serving turkey roulade, chateaubriand (a roast-size filet mignon) or prime rib.

Add your sides such as roasted root vegetables and Brussels sprouts with bacon and shallots. Nontraditional (but delicious) dessert offerings include caramel apple tartlet, sticky toffee pudding cakes or a gourmet cheesecake sampler.

Editor’s note: This article was originally published in November 2018, and updated in November 2019.

According to research conducted by Bob Evans Restaurants, the average American spends seven hours prepping a Thanksgiving meal from scratch (!!). That’s crazy talk, especially if you’re the go-to family chef each year. So if you want to take a break from all the shopping, prepping, and oven-coordinating this Turkey Day, we won’t judge.

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These restaurants and grocery stores sell pre-cooked meals that include all the classic fixings, starting with the turkey and going straight through to the pie. Most come frozen or cold, so you’ll still have to get creative with your oven space, but heating up dishes is way easier than starting from scratch. Here are some options available this year:


Good old Costco is looking to make your life much easier this year by giving you the option of buying this all-inclusive feast for just a little bit more than $100. The frozen meal (which requires no thawing time, BTW, you just cook it when it comes to you) includes turkey breast, pounds of mashed potatoes, roasted sweet potatoes, Brussels spouts, sweet corn, baguettes (instead of the usual rolls—fun!), pumpkin pie, apple pie, and ice cream. Woooo! Friendly reminder, though: Costco is not open on Thanksgiving!

Hosting a smaller group this year…that hates cooking…and doesn’t mind a meal that looks like it could be served on an airplane? Costco also has an option for that. These turkey dinners ring in at just $2.99 per pound, and they include turkey breast, Yukon Gold potatoes, cranberry sauce, green beans with butter, turkey gravy, and herbed stuffing. Each pack serves 3-4 people.


Denny’s is offering brand-new “dinner packs” that you can totally lie and say you made yourself. They have everything you need for a full Thanksgiving feast, including turkey breast, stuffing, turkey gravy, cranberry sauce, potatoes, and one additional side. Best of all, the kits ready to heat and eat right away, and they feed four guests. You can order yours from November 22 to 6 p.m. ET on Wednesday, November 27 on Dennys.com for pick-up by Thanksgiving.


Bob Evans Restaurant

Bob Evans’ Thanksgiving Farmhouse Feast serves 8 to 10 people and runs for $124.99. It’s packed cold, so you just have to heat and serve. The feast includes allll the good stuff: Slow-roasted boneless turkey breast, hickory smoked ham, bread and celery dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, buttered sweet corn, green beans with ham, macaroni and cheese, cranberry relish, rolls, an apple pie, a pumpkin pie, and a loaf of pumpkin bread. You have until November 22 to order online, though it’s a “while supplies last”-type deal, so you might want to do it sooner.

Bob Evans

Cracker Barrel is serving Heat n’ Serve Holiday Family Meals that feed up to 10 people. You can pick them up from a Cracker Barrel on Tuesday, then heat at home in about two hours. The meal comes with oven-roasted turkey breast, cornbread dressing, gravy, cranberry relish, your choice of three sides, sweet rolls, a pumpkin pie and a pecan pie. The restaurant recommends ordering online at least 24 hours ahead of when you want to pick it up.

Cracker Barrel

Boston Market’s Thanksgiving meal feeds up to 12 people for $120. It comes with an 11- to 12-pound whole roasted turkey, spinach artichoke dip and crackers (gotta have an appetizer), mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, cranberry walnut relish, dinner rolls, and a 9-inch apple pie and pumpkin pie. The items come precooked but frozen, so you’ll have to let them thaw. From there, it takes about two hours to heat everything up. Boston Market sells a few other meals if you have fewer guests or prefer ham as your protein.

Boston Market

Whole Foods is selling classic turkey dinners and vegan meals this year. The latter was made in partnership with Chef Jenné Claiborne, author of Sweet Potato Soul: 100 Easy Vegan Recipes. You can get a Roasted Turkey Dinner that serves 8 for $130 or one that serves 4 for $80.

Buca Di Beppo

Buca Di Beppo is known for its family-style meals, so it’s no surprise their Thanksgiving Feasts really feeds a crowd. Buy a half-pan that serves 10 for $200, or a full pan that serves 20 for $380. Feasts include sliced white meat turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, spicy Italian sausage stuffing, green beans, bread, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. Make sure to place an order by 4 p.m. on November 27.

Trader Joe’s

Leave it to Trader Joe’s to have a crazy-good deal on Thanksgiving turkey. While TJ’s isn’t selling an entire meal, the grocery store is offering a $13, 40-ounce Turkey and Stuffing en Croute. Similar to a beef Wellington, turkey tenderloin and sweet cornbread stuffing are wrapped in a puff pastry. The box also comes with turkey gravy and cranberry sauce, so you’re about a third of the way to a full meal already.

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Marie Callender’s

Marie Callender’s has five Thanksgiving feasts to choose from, all of which require about 3 hours of reheating time. They cost between $100 and $150 each, and serve either 4-6 or 6-8 people, depending on which you choose. Order ham, turkey, or both, and you’ll get all the trimmings: apple sage stuffing, fire-roasted yams, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and gravy, veggies, cornbread, house blend coffee, and a whole pumpkin or apple pie.


Though it’s not the cheapest option on this list, Williams-Sonoma offers gourmet options for those who just aren’t feeling it. Fresh, free-range turkey ranges from $79-$179, depending on how many people you’re looking to feed, but there are so many other options to choose from: pre-brined turkey, smoked turkey, bone-in turkey breast, and more. If you want to do it all in one shot and be done with everything, they also have Complete Turkey dinners, starting around $279 going all the way up through the Ultimate meal, which comes in around $629.

Williams-Sonoma Madison Flager Freelance News Writer Madison Flager is an Assistant Editor at Delish.com.

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Here’s What It Costs to Order Your Thanksgiving Meal From These 7 Stores

Thanksgiving is hands down, unequivocally and undeniably my favorite major holiday of the year. (National IPA Day is still waiting to be recognized as “major” by some.)

Too many holidays require things that are exhausting and stressful. Do I have enough money for all the gifts? What costume should I wear? Is that leprechaun going to attack me? Not cool, man.

Thanksgiving is free from all of that. On Thanksgiving, you eat a great meal, then you watch some football, take a nap, eat some more food, watch some more football and just chill with family and friends.

That’s a holiday!

You might think, “That’s all well and good if you’re not the one who has to make that massive feast.” Well, I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to be the one who does all the cooking this year. You have plenty of options to order Thanksgiving dinner to go from your favorite grocery store or restaurant.

It just depends on what you’re willing to spend.

Here’s Where to Order Thanksgiving Dinner To Go

The average Thanksgiving meal has 12 people ready to dig in, according to the Pew Research Center. That’s a lot of mouths to feed. Sure, some of them — like the young ones and your weird uncle — may be at the kids’ table, but they’ll want food nonetheless.

So, what are your options when you want to skip the gourmet cooking and let someone else do the heavy lifting?

Here are seven companies ready to stuff your family for the big day.

1. Publix

If you live in the South, you probably know and love Publix. It loves you right back with the pre-made Publix Deli large turkey dinner. All you have to do is buy it, take it home and heat it up. It’ll feed 14 to 18 people.

This meal rings in at $89.99, which comes out to $4.99 to $6.43 per person.

It includes:

  • One 16- to 18-pound fully cooked Butterball turkey
  • 5 pounds of dressing
  • 5 pounds of mashed potatoes
  • 64 ounces of Publix gravy
  • 56 ounces of Marshmallow Delight
  • 32 ounces of Publix cranberry orange relish

And if you’re feeding a smaller family, you can get the Publix Deli turkey dinner for 7 to 10 people for $49.99, or about $4.99 to $7.14 per person.

The meal includes:

  • One 10- to 12-pound fully cooked Butterball turkey
  • 2 1/2 pounds of dressing
  • 2 1/2 pounds of mashed potatoes
  • 32 ounces of Publix gravy
  • 28 ounces of Marshmallow Delight
  • 16 ounces of Publix cranberry orange relish

Some items require up to 150 minutes to heat. Heating instructions are included for both meals.

2. Cracker Barrel

Nothing says “homestyle” like Cracker Barrel. With its Heat n’ Serve Holiday Family Meal To-Go, you know you’ll get comfort food — and plenty of it.

This down-home meal feeds up to 10 people for $109.99, which comes out to $10.99 per person.

The meal includes:

  • Two oven-roasted turkey breasts
  • Cornbread dressing
  • Turkey gravy
  • Cranberry relish
  • Your choice of three country sides
  • Sweet yeast rolls
  • Pumpkin pie and pecan pie

It’s pricy per person, but Cracker Barrel’s Thanksgiving meal gives some good options.

3. Boston Market

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Boston Market prides itself on its homestyle food, so when Thanksgiving rolls around, it’s not about to step back. It gets in on the action with its complete Thanksgiving meal for 12.

The price for up to 12 people is $129.99, putting it at $10.83 per person.

The meal includes:

  • One roasted turkey
  • Two orders of vegetable stuffing
  • One order of spinach artichoke dip with crackers
  • 24 ounces of cranberry walnut relish
  • Two orders of mashed potatoes
  • 12 dinner rolls
  • Two orders of gravy
  • One 9-inch apple pie
  • One 9-inch pumpkin pie

Cranberry walnut relish? Spinach artichoke dip? The downside may be that your family will know that you couldn’t pull that off yourself! If you can convince them, kudos to you.

But if you really want to be convincing, you could go for the essential turkey meal for $109.99, or $9.17 per person, instead. This meal also serves up to 12 people and includes:

  • One roasted turkey
  • Two orders of vegetable stuffing
  • Two orders of mashed potatoes
  • Two orders of gravy
  • 12 dinner rolls

No fancy dips or pies included with this one, so your secret is safe with us!

And for smaller families (up to 6 people), you’ll find two meals to choose from on Boston Market’s heat-and-serve Thanksgiving menu. If you need any additional meats, sides or desserts, you can order from the a la carte menu, which comes fully cooked and chilled for pickup the week of Thanksgiving.

To make your Thanksgiving dinner preparations even less stressful, you can have your heat-and-serve meals, a la carte sides and desserts delivered right to your door. Keep in mind, all orders are shipped frozen. Once fully thawed, your meal will be ready to heat and serve in two to three hours.

4. The Fresh Market

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Fresh Market is known as an upscale grocer, but it doesn’t stretch the budget with its deluxe holiday dinner. If you want variety in your meal, you’ll get it with this one.

The cost to feed 12 to 14 people is $149.99, which comes out to $10.71 to $12.50 per person.

The meal kit includes:

  • One 10- to 12-pound fully cooked turkey
  • 3-pound boneless spiral ham
  • 4 pounds of Yukon Gold whipped potatoes
  • 3 pounds of traditional herb stuffing
  • 30 ounces of turkey gravy
  • 2 pounds of corn soufflé
  • 2 pounds of green beans
  • 16 ounces of cranberry relish with walnuts
  • 24 dinner rolls

Wait. Turkey and ham? That’s crazy talk! Plus, the sides look amazing. If you have a Fresh Market nearby, this could be a great option.

If your Thanksgiving dinner will be a little smaller — as in 8 to 10 people — then you can go for the traditional holiday dinner for $79.99, or about $8 to $10 per person.

This meal includes:

  • One 10- to 12-pound fully cooked turkey
  • 3 pounds of Yukon Gold whipped potatoes
  • 3 pounds of traditional herb stuffing
  • 30 ounces of turkey gravy
  • 16 ounces of cranberry relish with walnuts
  • 12 golden dinner rolls

And if your Thanksgiving table is even smaller, you can grab the essential holiday dinner for 3 to 5 people. This heat-and-serve meal rings in at $59.99, or about $12 to $20 per person, and includes:

  • 2 1/2-pound fully cooked turkey
  • 2 pounds of Yukon Gold whipped potatoes
  • 2 pounds of traditional herb stuffing
  • 1 pound of green beans
  • 30 ounces of homestyle turkey gravy
  • 8 ounces of cranberry relish with walnuts

The Fresh Market will be open Thanksgiving Day from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

5. Bob Evans

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To feed 12 people with Bob Evans’ Turkey Farmhouse Feast, you’d need to order one eight-person meal and one four-person meal. Together, they run $149.98, putting your bill at $12.50 per person.

The meal includes:

  • Two slow-roasted turkey breasts
  • Bread-and-celery dressing
  • Homestyle mashed potatoes with gravy
  • Buttered sweet corn
  • Green beans with ham
  • Cranberry relish
  • Dinner rolls
  • Two pumpkin pies
  • One loaf of pumpkin bread

You can also opt for the Premium Farmhouse Feast, which feeds 8-10 people for $124.99, or $12.50 to $15.62 per person, and includes:

  • Slow-roasted turkey breast
  • Hickory-smoked ham
  • Bread-and-celery dressing
  • Homestyle mashed potatoes with gravy
  • Buttered sweet corn
  • Green beans with ham
  • Cranberry relish
  • Macaroni and cheese
  • Pumpkin bread
  • Dinner rolls
  • Pumpkin pie
  • Double-crust apple pie

The meals are packed cold, but heating instructions are included.

6. Hy-Vee

If you’re lucky enough to live in the Midwest where you can shop at Hy-Vee, you have a great holiday meal option with its family feast turkey dinner. Those outside the Midwest don’t know what they’re missing from this Iowa-based grocery store chain.

The price for up to 12 people is $129.99, which comes out to $10.83 per person.

The meal includes:

  • One 14- to 16-pound Butterball turkey
  • 48 ounces of turkey gravy
  • Two large sides of mashed potatoes
  • Four large sides of your choice (including dessert)
  • 24 dinner rolls

This is a no-frills, basic Thanksgiving meal, but there’s plenty of it! How much is 48 ounces of gravy, you ask? That’s 6 cups of savory delight, plus more than a pound of turkey per stomach — perfect for bulking up for a hard, Midwestern winter. The instructions say to plan for 2 1/2 hours to reheat the meal.

7. Whole Foods Market

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OK, you’re ready to pull out all the stops. “Go big or go home” is a great motto for this holiday. Whole Foods’ festive feast for 12 isn’t cheap, but it’ll blow the doors off your Thanksgiving — as well as your belt buckles and buttons.

The price for up to 12 people is $279.99, which comes out to $23.33 per person.

It includes:

  • One classic roast turkey
  • One spiral-cut ham with maple-mustard glaze
  • Creamy mashed potatoes
  • Traditional herb stuffing
  • Green beans with roasted shallots
  • Roasted butternut squash with cranberries and sage
  • Creamed spinach and kale
  • Holiday turkey gravy
  • Cranberry orange sauce
  • Parker House rolls
  • One pumpkin pie
  • One apple pie

At $279.99, it’s a more expensive option, but you’re getting a lot of food for your buck. Plus, there are a few smaller holiday meal options.

Remember, holidays should be fun and relaxing, not tiring and taxing. Sometimes it pays to spend a little money to buy back your time.

So this Thanksgiving, why not order your Thanksgiving dinner to go so you can take a load off and let someone else do the cooking? Your football team needs your help cheering, and it’s hard to do that from the kitchen.

Tyler Omoth is a freelance writer covering topics from personal finance to career advice and even lawn care. His work has been featured on TopResume.com, Writersweekly.com and more. He is also the author of over 70 educational books for children and a proud parent of twin toddlers.

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Pretty much everyone can agree that hosting Thanksgiving dinner can be stressful. First, you worry about nailing a turkey recipe that will wow your guests, then you have to make sure you have enough side dishes to fill the table — and keep everything hot at the same time. On top of that, there may be the concern of finding vegetarian options, your table decor, and of course… the cleanup.

Well if you ever want to take a break from it all, remember that you can dine out on Thanksgiving Day at participating restaurants. But if you still want to celebrate the holiday at your dining room table, many restaurants and grocery stores let you order pre-cooked Thanksgiving meals so you can focus your attention on your company.

That’s right: you can get a fully-cooked Turkey Day dinner with all the fixings in-store or even online. Just remember that it’s always best to call your local restaurant to be absolutely sure that your location is open on the holiday!

1. Bob Evans

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Each holiday, Bob Evans offers different to-go meal options for you to choose from, which can include turkey, ham, sides, and even dessert. Meals start at $50 and can serve up to eight guests.

2. Boston Market

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The restaurant is always open on Thanksgiving, and you can order their Individual Thanksgiving Meal to bring home. It includes the choice of Boneless Roasted Turkey Breast or a Half Rotisserie Chicken with two regular sides, a dinner roll, and a slice of Apple or Pumpkin Pie.

3. Cracker Barrel

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If you’re craving some classic American comfort food, Cracker Barrel offers Heat N’ Serve family meals to-go that can serve up to 10 people. The meal kit includes two oven-roasted turkey breasts, turkey gravy, cranberry relish, three country sides, and pie for dessert. And the best part? It comes to you chilled and ready to heat.

4. Denny’s

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The diner prides itself in being open 24/7, all year round, so it works out if you want to dine in too! Select regions offer online ordering and delivery on Thanksgiving, just check with your local Denny’s to make sure they’re participating.

5. Fresh Direct

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Customers can enjoy a full Thanksgiving dinner at just $8.99 a plate. Dinner includes turkey breast with cornbread stuffing, green beans, mashed potatoes, and gravy. And, meals are guaranteed fresh.

6. Maggiano’s

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Every year, the Italian-American restaurant lets customers enjoy a four-course family style meal in the restaurant or right at their own homes. Pricing may vary by location.

7. Marie Callender’s

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In past years, select locations allowed customers to pre-order their holiday meal. Just make sure to allow three hours for reheating.

8. Popeyes

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Sure they might be famous for their fried chicken (which you can still order Thanksgiving Day), but on Thanksgiving you can pick up one of their Cajun Style Turkeys. It’s pre-cooked and rubbed with all the right seasonings so you can enjoy your dinner quicker.

9. ShopRite

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You can order a complete Thanksgiving Dinner from ShopRite — all you have to do is heat and eat! The meal comes with a fully-cooked Butterball turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, holiday stuffing, green bean casserole, and turkey gravy. Make sure to give your local store a heads up at least three days in advance.

10. Williams Sonoma

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That’s right: the home decor store sells complete dinners, with turkey and all the fixings online. If you already have the sides and just want the turkey, you can pick from various wild birds or even choose from an assortment of desserts.

Shanon Maglente As the Products & Reviews Assistant at GoodHousekeeping.com, Shanon covers the best deals and products across home, appliances, health, beauty and parenting.

Thanksgiving 2019 grocery store hours: Here’s when stores are open and closed Thursday

Kelly Tyko USA TODAY Published 11:37 PM EST Nov 27, 2019

If you forgot a key ingredient for your Thanksgiving meal, all hope isn’t lost Thursday.

Your mileage may vary on how far you’ll have to drive for any forgotten items, but a number of grocery stores are open Nov. 28, although several will have special hours.

Drugstore chains including CVS, Rite Aid and Walgreens also will be open on the holiday, but most pharmacies will be closed.

Most large convenience stores, including 7-Eleven, Wawa, Pilot Flying J and Cumberland Farms, will be open, too.

Because of state laws, Maine, Massachusetts and Rhode Island stores will remain closed Thanksgiving. Stores in some areas also have varied hours because of county or municipal laws.

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Grocery stores open Thanksgiving

Hours can vary and not all locations will be open. Check with your closest location to confirm whether the store will be open or check hours online.

Acme Market: Most stores open 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.; all pharmacies closed.

Albertsons: Hours vary greatly, check at www.albertsons.com.

BI-LO: Close early at 4 p.m.

Cub: Most open until 2 p.m.

Earth Fare: Close early at 3 p.m.

Food Lion: Open until 5 p.m.

Fresh Market: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Fresh Thyme: 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Giant Eagle: 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.

goPuff: The digital convenience retailer is open to deliver on Thanksgiving.

Harris Teeter: All stores close 2 p.m.

Harveys Supermarket: Close early at 4 p.m.

H-E-B: 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.; pharmacies closed.

Hy-Vee: Some locations close at 2 p.m.

Instacart: The national on-demand grocery delivery platform will be delivering orders nationally from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. local time.

King Soopers: Varies.

Kroger: Varies. Some locations open regular hours.

Lucky’s Market: 7 a.m to 4 p.m.

Meijer: Most locations are open 24 hours or regular hours.

Ralphs: Varies. Many stores open normal hours.

Safeway: Hours vary greatly, check at www.safeway.com.

Save A Lot: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for corporate locations

Shipt: Delivery windows vary by retailer store hours and shopper availability.

ShopRite: Varies.

Sprouts Farmer Market: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Stop & Shop: Connecticut, New Jersey and New York stores are open until 5 p.m. while Massachusetts and Rhode Island stores are closed.

Target: Opens at 5 p.m.

Tops Friendly Markets: Close at 5 p.m.

Walmart: Most stores open all day, with Black Friday sale starting at 6 p.m.

Wegmans: Stores close at 4 p.m.

Weis: Many locations open until 5 p.m.

Whole Foods Market: Varies. Many stores open 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

WinCo Foods: Close early at 3 p.m.

Winn-Dixie: Close early at 4 p.m.

More stores: Smaller chains and local stores may also be open Thanksgiving. Some will post special hours on social media.

What restaurants are open Thanksgiving?: Cracker Barrel, Denny’s, Starbucks, Dunkin’ and more

Grocery stores closed Thursday

  • Aldi
  • BJ’s Wholesale Club
  • Costco
  • Publix
  • Sam’s Club
  • Trader Joe’s

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Published 11:37 PM EST Nov 27, 2019