November 11, 2020

Thanksgiving To Go: Where to Order Thanksgiving Dinner North of Boston

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It’s a busy time to be alive, and while preparing a four course Thanksgiving meal might be something you want to have time to do – either for yourself or your family and friends, you just might not want to. Because let’s face it, nobody wants that cleanup.

Fortunately, you have the choice between doing it yourself, or having one of these local restaurants share some of the load.

The Lobster Shanty – Salem

Thanksgiving at The Lobster Shanty comes equipped with delicious options for vegetarians and meat eaters alike, including a fantastic vegan mushroom gravy. Orders should be placed by November 20 for pickup on November 25.

Click here to see their Special Thanksgiving Menu.

Willowdale Estate – Topsfield

There are just a few more days to get your orders in for the Willowdale Estate‘s first ever Family Style Thanksgiving Dinner. You can order the full turkey dinner or just the fixings. Click here to order.  

The Grove at Briar Barn Inn – Rowley

The Grove at Briar Barn Inn in Rowley is offering off-the-beaten path dine-in Thanksgiving dinner as well as takeout day of. Click here to see the menu or make a reservation.

The Hawthorne Hotel – Salem

The Hawthorne Hotel is offering family-style meal pick-up the day before Thanksgiving and individual orders day of.

Order by Friday, November 20 and pick up at the Hawthorne on Wednesday, November 25th between 3pm-7pm for family orders, or pick up individual orders between 11am-2pm Thanksgiving day.

Click here to see their menu.

Ledger – Salem

Ledger Salem is offering delicious Thanksgiving dinner to go. The best way to place an order is by calling them at 978-594-1908 and reserving your meal.

Last day to pre-order is Thursday, 11/19. Pickup is on 11/26 from 10 am to 1:00 pm.

FRANK – Beverly

FRANK in Beverly has put together a delicious Thanksgiving menu. Orders must be in by November 19th. Click here to see the menu.

Po’Boys and Pies – Salem/Beverly

Po’Boys and Pies will be teaming up with LEAP for Education for 2020 pie sales! A percentage of each pie sale will be donated to LEAP.

Pickup orders will be ready the Wednesday before Thanksgiving either at their location in Salem or at Gentile Brewing in Beverly.

Click here to see the menu.

The Peabody Essex Museum – Salem

The Gourmet Thanksgiving Dinner is now available for pick-up at the Peabody Essex Museum. Order using this link and select PEM as your pick-up location.

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Autumn leaves over our Gardner-Pingree House are a welcome sight this time of year. This house was built in 1804 for John Gardner, a wealthy Salem merchant and nephew of Elias Hasket “King” Derby, mentioned in the preface to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘Scarlet Letter’. This elegantly proportioned Federal-style house is one of Salem architect Samuel McIntire’s finest and best-preserved designs, and a National Historic Landmark. PEM’s physical campus includes three city blocks and several off-site properties, where you’ll find a unique collection of buildings, gardens, and architectural fragments spanning three centuries. 📸: PEM/ @bpackert #peabodyessex #salemma #salem #salemhistory #samuelmcintire #mcintire #nathanielhawthorne #hawthorne #scarletletter

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