Where To Order Out For Thanksgiving In North Carolina
Admittedly, I absolutely love to cook. However, if you’d rather let someone else do the cooking, here’s where to order out for Thanksgiving in North Carolina. Yes, you have choices if cooking is just not your thing. According to Charlotte on the Cheap, lots of restaurants offer options for either ordering out or eating out for Thanksgiving.
Of course, Cracker Barrel is always a good choice. And, I know plenty of families who actually make that their tradition. Instead of viewing it as an easy way out, they look at it as a chance to use the time celebrating family rather than cooking and cleaning. And, let’s face it, the food is solid! Sometimes there’s nothing better than those Cracker Barrel veggies. And, they do a great turkey and dressing meal. Plus, I love that crackling fire!
The Cracker Barrel deal is a Thanksgiving Heat ‘n’ Serve meal for 8-10. It starts at $149.99. Or, choose the 4-6 serving option for $99.99. And, it’s what you’d expect with turkey, dressing, gravy, cranberry relish, sweet potato casserole, sides, rolls, and pumpkin and pecan pies. Pick-up starts November 18. Get more info on their website. Plus, there are plenty of Charlotte area locations to be found. Cracker Barrel is also open for dine-in on Thanksgiving Day as well.
Big View Diner
Another spot I noticed close to my house is Big View Diner on Lancaster Highway in Charlotte. They offer a “hot & ready” dinner for up to 12 diners for $375. You must order by November 17. Pick up on Thanksgiving Day by appointment from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. I know from experience, their desserts are incredible! More info is available on their site.
The Capital Grille
And, for something a little more upscale, one of our go-to spots is The Capital Grille on N. Tryon Street in Charlotte. Their at-home option to order out on Thanksgiving is just sides. You provide the main course. It serves 4 for $135. It must be pre-ordered. And, the Capital Grille is another spot open for dine in on Thanksgiving Day. See their site for more.
So, as you see there’s plenty of choices to order out on Thanksgiving Day in North Carolina. For a more complete list of take out and dine in, see the full article from Charlotte on the Cheap.