Get out of the Kitchen – Where to Eat in Charlotte for a delicious 2021 Thanksgiving Dinner
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and we could not be more excited. Nothing beats getting away from work to spend some much-needed relaxation time with your loved ones. Whether you are getting together with your close friends for a Friendsgiving celebration or you simply find yourself not wanting to spend all day in the kitchen cooking, these Charlotte restaurants have holiday menu options aplenty for you to delight in without the stress of burning the bird.
Here who is serving up a feast for you to dine in or take home.
Cost: For 12-16: $164.99, For 6-8: $79.99
Takeout: You can order either “The Big Meal,” which feeds 12-16, or the “Turkey Breast Meal,” which feeds 6-8. At City BBQ “The Big Meal” includes a whole smoked turkey or bone-in ham, two sides of your choice and a dozen buns or a quart of gravy. The “Turkey Breast Meal” includes a slow-smoked turkey breast, two sides of your choice and a half dozen buns or a pint of gravy. Call in your order.
Cost: $60 for adults, $35 for children 10 and under
Dine-in: There is a four-course Thanksgiving menu offered at The Asbury. Make reservations today.
The Q Shack
Cost: For 6-7: $89.50, For 8-12: $129.99
Takeout: The Thanksgiving dinner meal at The Q Shack for 8-12 includes a whole smoked turkey, one quart house-made gravy, three sides, and a dozen rolls. Takeout is available on November 23 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. or November 24 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Takeout orders must be placed by November 22.
Cost: $60 for adults, $30 for children
Dine-in: There is a three-course Thanksgiving dinner offered at 5Church.
Dine-in: Fleming’s Steakhouse is serving a Thanksgiving dinner along with their full menu.
McCormick & Schmick’s
Cost: $32 for adults, $10 for children
Dine-in: McCormick and Shmick’s is open on Thanksgiving Day with a traditional Thanksgiving menu.
Dine-in: Noble Smoke offers many options off of their menu this Thanksgiving. Starters such as the “Noble Smoke Salad,” “Noble Caesar,” and Pimento Cheese and Copain Toast from $7-$20. Along with proteins like whole smoked turkey breast, whole brisket and a whole rack of beef ribs from $90-$125. Followed up with sides such as stewed squash, zach’s collards, pan-fried corn, and potato salad for $14. Finished with desserts: hand fry pies and banana pudding from $6-$18.
Takeout: With a range of main courses for their Thanksgiving menu such as cooked free-range turkey, turkey breast, whole duck, and a beef tenderloin platter, their prices for main courses range from $79.99-$225.00. They also have sides, hors d’oeuvres, breakfast items, and desserts on their menu.
Call your local location to place an order. Primary pickup dates are November 24 and November 25.
Words by Emma Payton