Metro Detroit restaurants open for Thanksgiving 2022
(WWJ) — Trying to get your holiday plans in order?
If you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year, or just looking for an alternative option, several restaurants will be open across Metro Detroit to make it easier to enjoy a hearty spread, with a little less effort.
Andiamo’s, which has multiple locations in Southeastern Michigan, has been offering ready-made meals for years, but the service really took off after the pandemic.
Andiamo’s chef-prepared meals will include a turkey that’s prepped and ready to roast, as well as several handmade sides and dessert. Orders can be placed online, and will be ready for pickup the day before Thanksgiving.
Other local restaurants offering carry-out options on Turkey Day include: AB’s Amazing Ribs in Dearborn Heights, Cracker Barrel (multiple locations), Folk in Detroit, Hazel’s in Birmingham, Honey Baked Ham (multiple locations), Oak & Reel in Detroit, Marrow in Detroit, Pop’s for Italian in Ferndale, Vintage House in Fraser, Warda Patisserie in Midtown Detroit and Woodpile BBQ Shack in Madison Heights.
And for those who are looking to eat out on Thanksgiving, several area restaurants will also have their dining rooms open:
–Bob Evans: 8am – 7pm
–Brio Italian Grille (Clinton Township): 10:30am – 8pm
–Bravo! Italian Kitchen (Livonia, Rochester Hills): 10:30am – 8pm
–Buca di Beppo (Livonia, Utica): 10:30 am – 8 pm
–Ernie’s (Clinton Township): 1pm – 7pm
–Filippa’s (Shelby Township): 11:30am – 8pm
–Fogo de Chao (Troy): 10:30am – 9pm
–Mitchell’s Fish Market (Livonia) 11:30 am – 8:30 pm, (Rochester Hills) – 11:30 am – 9 pm)
–The Moose Preserve Bar + Grille (Bloomfield Hills): 11:30am – 9pm
–Morton’s Steakhouse (Troy): Noon – 8pm
–Rugby cricket (Birmingham): Brunch @ 7am – 9:30am, Dinner @ 3pm – 6pm
-Apparatus Room: 7am – 11am
–Caucus Club: 3pm – 8pm
–Mario’s Italian: 4pm – 9:30pm
–San Morello: 1pm – 9pm
–symposia: 4pm – 10pm
–Texas de Brazil: 11am – 9:30pm
–The Whitney: 1pm – 8:30pm