Every year, the city of Tucson harbors a cornucopia of tasty options for Thanksgiving.
2020 has been different in all shapes and forms, but that doesn't mean local restaurants have stopped providing delicious dishes to enjoy anywhere you desire.
The following list should help you out this year if you're hoping to skip that stack of dishes in the kitchen sink. More importantly, you can order whatever you'd like to eat instead of choking down your Uncle's famous ambrosia salad that he's dropped off at your doorstep.
Some of the meals are for dining in, to-go only, and even meat-free — perfect for "Friendsgiving" or Thanksgiving dinners.
Additional meals are always popping up, so we'll keep the list updated.
The restaurant is closed on Thanksgiving, but they're offering meals to-go. You'll need to order by Saturday, November 21, either online or by calling (520) 327-7577, and then pickup is Wednesday, November 25 from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
For more information, visit bluewillowtucson.com.
There's a lot happening Casino Del Sol this Thanksgiving. Take a look at each of the offerings below — perhaps there's more than one special deal you'd like to take part in.
For more information about any of the Thanksgiving specials at Casino Del Sol, visit casinodelsol.com.
Let the feast begin.
Both restaurants are offering a delicious Thanksgiving meal at home or for dine-in at one of the restaurants. For dine-in, they're serving the legendary “Día de Gracias” feast from 2 p.m. - 9 p.m. on Wednesday, November 25 and Thursday, November 26.
Reservations are required, seats are $39 per person, $14.95 for kids under 10 years old, and the full menu can be found online.
Take-home Full dinners start at $175 each and can feed up to six guests. All orders need to be placed by Wednesday, November 25.
For more information, visit charrosteak.com.
Chef Carlotta Flores has created a pretty tasty holiday feast this year and it's completely plant-based, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Also, you can get half-off select bottles of wine during "Plantsgiving Week."
Dinner is $22.95 per person — dine-in or takeout. All orders and reservations can be placed online or by calling (520) 779-1922.
For more information, visit charrovida.com.
The cafe at Hotel Congress is offering a three-course prix fixe dining experience on Thanksgiving, or the option to purchase a Thanksgiving dinner to-go.
If you'd like to dine-in on Thanksgiving, you'll need to make a reservation. They've got spots available from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. and it's $55 per adult and $25 for kids, 10 years old and younger. You can take a peek at the menu online.
The Thanksgiving dinner to-go feeds up to six people and is $275. You must make your order by Monday, November 16, and pick up is on Wednesday, November 25.
For more information, visit hotelcongress.com.
Let The Dutch and Atlas Catering do all the shopping and prep work this year.
They're offering a fully-cooked meal or one that you can heat and serve at a later time — perfect for any Friendsgiving or Thanksgiving dinner you're planning.
Place your Thanksgiving orders early because they've been known to sell out, and pick up is on Wednesday, November 25. You can make your order online or by calling (520) 792-6684.
For more information, visit thedutchtucson.com.
The brewery, formerly known as Sentinel Peak Brewing Company, is smokin' turkeys this year.
If you'd like to order one before your Thanksgiving feast at home, call (520) 777-9456 and choose "option one." There's a limited quantity so order it soon rather than later.
For more information, follow Firetruck Brewing Company on Facebook.
Here's an easy way for small groups to enjoy an elegant multi-course "farm to table" Thanksgiving dinner at home. Beginning at $295, the dinners will provide food for up to eight people.
Guests can choose either a locally raised Turkey from Top-knot farms or a Red Bird Free Range Turkey from Colorado. All turkeys are brined and coated with salt and fresh herbs and then roasted with onions, herbs, and garlic in the cavity.
All orders must be placed by Friday, November 20 by calling (520) 884-5033.
For more information, call (520) 884-5033 or visit galleryoffood.square.site.
They're celebrating with an all-vegan feast with live music and an appearance from the local pet turkey on the grounds from noon - 6 p.m. The holiday meal is $16.95 for adults, $9.95 for kids 5 - 12 years old, and anyone younger than that can eat for free.
For more information, visit (520) 792-0630 or visit govindasoftucson.com.
The pizza spot is offering a special four-course Thanksgiving meal for $45 per person and a two-course meal for kids, which is $15 per person.
The menu has yet to be released, but you can make your reservation online now.
For more information, visit prooftucson.com.
Tuesday, November 17 is the last day to pre-order your Thanksgiving pies from Sydney's Sweet Shoppe.
You can order by calling (520) 777-7133 or in person. Keep in mind that the orders will close at 9 p.m. on Tuesday.
For more information, visit sydneyssweetshoppe.com.
The Tasteful Kitchen is offering a vegan and gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner to take home. The "Thanksgiving Package" is available until 8 p.m. on Friday, November 20.
Deliveries are Tuesday, November 24 and Wednesday, November 25, and then pickup will be on Wednesday as well from 3 - 6 p.m.
For more information, visit thetastefuflkitchen.com.
Trident Grill III on Craycroft will be open on Thanksgiving from 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. and will be serving their full menu along with a special plate for the holiday.
Thanksgiving options will be limited so you'll want to make a reservation by calling (520) 561-8083.
For more information, visit tridentgrill.com.
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