Here are the Ann Arbor restaurants to help you bring turkey to the table

ANN ARBOR, me. – When autumn flies by, it’s easy to forget that Thanksgiving is just around the corner.

But don’t worry, Ann Arbor restaurants and shops are ready to ensure you get turkey on the table along with several side dishes and desserts.

Get your Thanksgiving meal here:

WEBERS RESTAURANT (3050 Jackson Avenue)

A long-time favorite of the city, Weber’s offers both take-out and take-out options for Turkey Day. Those who wish to eat can reserve lunch between 11:00 and 14:00 or dinner between 16:00 and 20:00. Thanksgiving dinner entrees are $ 25. Family takeout meals for 10 can be pre-ordered for $ 200. Find out more here.

GANDY DANCER (401 Depotstr.)

Hungry eaters can try the Gandy Dancer’s exclusive three-course meal for another Thanksgiving dinner option. Prices range from $ 32 to $ 62. Choose from a traditional turkey dinner, crispy duck and filet mignon. Here is the holiday menu.


CARLYLE GRILL (3660 Jackson Rd.)

Eaters who aren’t interested in a big feast can pre-order Thanksgiving meals for $ 27 per person. The menu includes turkey, butternut squash, mashed potatoes, green beans and carrots, fresh bread and cakes. Look here.

Essen (1906 Packard St. and 407 N. Fifth Ave.)

If you’re on the team’s Thanksgiving page, EAT is there for you. It sells reheat-and-eat side dishes like soups, macaroni and cheese, fried vegetables, salads, Brussels sprouts, fillings, and corn pudding. Pumpkin and ginger pie and Michigan apple pie can also be ordered. Here is the order form.

VINOLOGIE (110 S. Main Str.)

Main Street Restaurant offers full meals, bottled wine, la carte dishes, and sausage boards. A turkey dish of the day for 8-12 is $ 295 and includes a whole turkey, classic Thanksgiving side dishes, and a pumpkin pie. Half servings and a la carte items can be found here.



Zingerman’s Thanksgiving celebrations sell out, but you can still order savory side dishes (like green bean casserole or sage and celery filling), starters, quart soup, bread, rolls, bottles of wine, and Zingerman’s Bakehouse cakes. Check out the menu here.

THE DIXBORO PROJECT (5400 Plymouth Rd.)

The Dixboro Project is taking orders for massive Thanksgiving celebrations. A $ 400 package gives you a meal for 6-8 people that includes a 10 pound organic Amish turkey, poached cranberries, glazed carrots, stuffing, a variety of meats and cheeses, and other side dishes. Here is the menu.

FRESH FOOD (5060 Jackson Rd.)


Get a take-and-bake Thanksgiving meal of an 8-12 pound roast turkey, apple green salad, mashed sweet potato, seasonal vegetables, gravy, and cranberry sauce. The $ 250 meal serves 4-6 people. Order here.


Round off your Thanksgiving celebration with vegan cookie jars and cakes ready for pick-up on Wednesday and Thursday, November 23rd and 24th. Order online.

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