5 places to get your Thanksgiving dinner without the hassle

Thanksgiving will look a little different for many people this year. If your typical large gathering has been nixed due to COVID, maybe take the day off and do takeout instead.

You can socially distance, do less work and support your local restaurants, all in one shot. It’s a win all around!

Here are five places you can pick up dinner from on Thanksgiving.

Old Snack Shack (Madeira Beach)

Why not enjoy a sunset on Thanksgiving? While you are there, you can pick up food to take home. On its Facebook page, the Snack Shack says it will have extended menu hours from Thursday, November 26 through Sunday, November 29. They will be serving breakfast from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m., and lunch/dinner from 11:30 a.m. until 30 minutes after sunset.

Duffy’s Sports Grill (Sarasota)

Duffy’s is offering preorders for a take-home Thanksgiving Day feast through November 25 at 12 p.m. The dinner includes turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, broccoli, cranberry sauce and, of course, apple pie. Dinners serve four, eight or 12 people for $15.99 per person.

Harborside (Winter Haven)

Harborside is offering Thanksgiving-to-go meals. As of Monday, the restaurant was still taking orders. It will also be open for dining-in from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Their holiday menu includes roasted turkey breast, smoked ham, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, pie and more. The meal is $34.99 per adult and $17.99 for children under 10.

Parkshore Grill (St. Petersburg)

Parkshore Grill is offering a Thanksgiving Feast which includes a choice of salad, or butternut squash bisque, turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, sides and dessert, including a pumpkin cheesecake. This dinner is $36 per person. The restaurant also has its regular menu available.

Eddie V’s (Tampa)

Eddie V’s is offering a dine-in and takeout option for Thanksgiving. Its menu includes Caesar salad, turkey, stuffing, au gratin potatoes, squash, asparagus, cranberry sauce, bread and pumpkin pie, starting at $135. It also has a roasted tenderloin bundle starting at $150.

You May Also Like

Richard Gonzmart and Andrea Gonzmart Williams to be honored as 2024 Persons of Vision

Preserve Vision Florida will honor Richard Gonzmart and Andrea Gonzmart Williams as its 2024 Persons of Vision, in recognition of their leadership in Tampa Bay. The 45th Annual Person of

Author Update: Edward Valaitis launches audiobook for Exit Like A Winner

Edward Valaitis, founder and managing partner of Edison Avenue, in Tampa, launched his book, Exit Like a Winner, in May of 2022. The book is now available as an audiobook,

Franklin Street names Garet Marr as Tampa regional managing director

Franklin Street has named Garet Marr as regional managing director of the firm’s headquarters, in Tampa. Marr will join Patrick Kelly, regional managing director, in overseeing and growing the firm’s

University Area CDC names new chief operating officer

University Area Community Development Corp. has named LaTiecea Hailey-Brown, former principal of Mort Elementary Community School, as chief operating officer. “LaTiecea truly has a proven track record of success and

Other Posts

Dow Technologies expands partnership with Kicker

Dow Technologies, an independently owned technology distributor, in Tampa, has expanded its partnership with Kicker as its new authorized distributor, in Florida. Dow currently distributes Kicker in Alabama, Georgia and

Brian Kornfeld and Dan Greco launch mental performance platform for youth athletes

Two Tampa Bay serial entrepreneurs have launched a new platform designed to support the mental health side of youth athletics. Co-founders Brian Kornfeld, the previous chief executive officer of Synapse,

TBBW tries things: New menu items at BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse and a love song for a Pizookie (PHOTOS)

BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, a chain based out of Huntington Beach, California, isn’t a dining spot you will find in the monthly installment of our Posher Palate fine dining preview.

Tampa-based company reimagines traditional appliances for a modern generation

Adaptability was essential during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. For many businesspeople, remote work was necessary. As a result, entrepreneurs like Akshay Bhuva, chief executive officer and founder of