Where to Get Thanksgiving Dinner in Metro Detroit

Whether you’re looking for a dine-in experience or a to-go option, these metro Detroit restaurants have Thanksgiving dinner covered.
Oak and Reel is offering Thanksgiving dinner with turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and more. // Photograph courtesy of Oak & Reel

Whether you’re looking for a dine-in experience or a to-go option you can heat up at home, metro Detroit restaurants have Thanksgiving dinner covered. Here’s what 10 local spots are serving up in 2022.

Mario’s Restaurant

Detroit’s oldest Italian restaurant is serving up Thanksgiving carry-out for just $160. The meal, which feeds six to eight people, includes a fully-roasted turkey, green beans, holiday stuffing, candied yams, mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, cranberry relish, salad, rolls and your choice of pumpkin or pecan pie. You can add on extra sides for $6 each. They’re also offering a gourmet turducken meal that serves 12-14 people for $180, and a single dinner for $28 a person. Advance ordering and payment are required. The last day to order is Nov. 22. Mario’s Restaurant, 4222 2nd Ave., Detroit; 313-832-1616; mariosdetroit.com


This Mediterranean-inspired fine dining establishment opened in Corktown in early October. The regular menu features shareable items including roasted beet, Spanish octopus, and calamari, salads, sides, and main entrees such as beet agnolotti, Scottish salmon, and prime ribeye. In addition to the regular menu, Symposia offers a special Thanksgiving menu for diners on Nov. 24. This menu includes traditional turkey breast, lace de volaille, cranberry and blood orange chutney, and brioche pain en cocotte. Reservations are recommended for the holiday and can be made online. Symposia at The Atheneum Hotel, 1000 Brush St., Detroit; 313-962-9366; symposiadetroit.com

Oak & Reel

Oak & Reel, a Detroit-based contemporary Italian restaurant helmed by Michelin-starred Chef Jared Gadbaw, is offering Thanksgiving dinner to-go this year. The meal includes slow-roasted turkey, oyster stuffing, roasted Brussels sprouts and Cippolini onions with pancetta, mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, cranberry sauce, and dinner rolls. Meals are fully cooked and can be heated up at home. The dinner is offered in two sizes — $185 for four to six people and $360 for eight to 10 people. Wine and dessert, including pumpkin Basque cheesecake and a chocolate tarte, can be added on for an additional cost. Orders can be placed online for pickup on Nov. 23. Oak & Reel, 2921 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit; 313-270-9600; oakandreel.com.

Stage Deli

West Bloomfield-based Stage Deli’s Thanksgiving dinner for eight is $325 and must be ordered online. It includes a whole roasted fresh Michigan turkey, onion roll stuffing, sweet potato souffle, green bean almondine, bake-at-home dinner rolls, and more. You may add on gourmet charcuterie platter, raw veggie tray with dip and pita, pumpkin cheesecake, or an apple pie for an additional charge. Stage Deli, 6873 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield Township, 248-855-6622; stagedeli.com.

San Morello

San Morello is offering Thanksgiving dinner for dine-in and carryout. The dine-in option consists of an $100 per-person ($45 for kids under 12) menu. Each guest gets a choice of antipasti or primi (such as Sheep’s Mile Ricotta or Insalata Autunno), a choice of an entrée (like Roasted Atlantic Cod or Thanksgiving Turkey), and a dessert (such as Apple Crostata or Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake). Reservations can be made online. The to-go option, also $100 a person, features a similar, yet slightly smaller, menu. Each item comes in oven-ready trays and with reheating instructions. Vegan and vegetarian options are available. San Morello, 1400 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-209-4700; sanmorello.com.


Enjoy a seafood-centric Thanksgiving with Hazel, Ravines and Downtown’s to-go options. The Thanksgiving Takeaway offers classic options such as mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry relish, and traditional stuffing. Plus, Whitefish, green beans, peal & eat shrimp, and more. Orders, which can be placed online, must be placed 24 hours in advance. Hazel, Ravines and Downtown, 1 Peabody St., Birmingham, 248-671-1714; eatathazels.com

Vintage House

Vintage House is offering two sizes for its to-go Thanksgiving meal. The $215 package feeds five people while the $375 package feeds 10. Items, which come in disposable containers, include Srodek’s smoked Polish sausage with sauerkraut, homemade meatballs and gravy, an Amish whole turkey, stuffing, apple pie, garden salad, and more. Orders must be placed by the end of the day on Nov. 21. Vintage House, 31816 Utica Road, Fraser; vintagebanquetsandcatering.com.

Cornman Farms

Zingerman’s Cornman Farms is offering turkey or tenderloin as the main dish for your Thanksgiving meal. Add on sides like Meadow Lark Kale Salad, mashed potatoes, stuffing, glazed honey carrots, bacon balsamic Brussels sprouts, and more to complete your meal. Desserts, breads, wine and beer are also available. Orders can be picked up Nov. 22 from 1-7 p.m. or Nov. 23 from noon-8 p.m. Cornman Farms, 8540 Island Lake Road, Dexter, 734-619-8100; zingermanscornmanfarms.com.


Andiamo is offering two Thanksgiving to-go packages this year. The Piccola Famiglia serves four to six people and is $170 while the Grande Famiglia is $290 and serves 12 to 15 people. Each package comes with a roast-ready turkey, giblet gravy, artisan rolls, cranberry relish, salad, traditional sides, and seasonal vegetables. For an additional cost, you can also add on soup, more sides, desserts, and a craft cocktail. Customers can pick up their order at the Andiamo location of their choosing on Nov. 23. Andiamo; andiamoitalia.com for locations.

Rugby Grille

The Townsend Hotel’s Rugby Grille is offering a four-course prix fixe Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving Day. At $125 per person, the meal includes items like sautéed gnocchi, roasted carrot potage, roast turkey, pomegranate, roasted pear and pecan salad, and pecan caramel trifle. Reservations can be made online. Rugby Grille, 100 Townsend St., Birmingham, 248-642-5999; rugbygrille.com.

This post was originally published in 2021 and has been updated for 2022.