If you’re looking to get out of the kitchen and let someone else do the cooking and cleanup, here’s a few Intown restaurants that will be serving up Thanksgiving feasts. Be sure to check OpenTable.com to find even more.
It doesn’t get any more southern or traditional than The Colonnade’s four-course Thanksgiving meal. Try not to fill up on the rolls and cornbread while you wait. 1879 Cheshire Bridge Road. colonnadeatl.com.
The Virginia Highland mainstay is offering its popular Thanksgiving To Go with all the fixins. The cost is $145 for four prepared dinners (there’s a no turkey option for $90). Call (404) 872-0904 to order your feast or order online at murphys-atlanta-restaurant.com.
The Buckhead restaurant will be serving a traditional Thanksgiving dinner made from fresh farm-to-table ingredients. 3050 Peachtree Road. seasons52.com.
If you’d rather eat pasta this year, Maggiano’s will be serving up an Italian-American feast this year. 3368 Peachtree Road. maggianos.com.
Legal Sea Foods
If you’d rather have surf and turf for your holiday meal, the seafood eatery in Downtown has you covered. There will be everything from stuffed turkey to stuffed lobster on the menu. 275 Baker St. legalseafoods.com.
Executive Chef Jamie Lynch will be cooking up a three-course Thanksgiving meal for Turkey Day. 1197 Peachtree St. 5churchatlanta.com.
The barbecue joint has several pickup meals available, including a solo 13-pound turkey for $69.99 and a full dinner for $174.95 that serves six to eight people and features smoked turkey, cornbread dressing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato souffle, green bean casserole, cranberry relish and turkey gravy. 1190 N Highland Ave. dbabarbecue.com/#fam