Procrastinated on securing the goods for your Thanksgiving dinner? Don’t panic! There are still plenty of spots around town with food and drink offerings to make the holiday special, whether you’re celebrating with your quarantine mates or dining solo. We’ve rounded up a list of places still offering food, drinks, and baked goods for all your clutch Thanksgiving needs, from takeout at Lost Lake to a plant-based pie pop-up at Plum Bistro. For more delicious ideas, check out our food and drink guide.
The Fremont distillery is here to help kick off your Thanksgiving festivities with a selection of meal kits, including beet pickled deviled eggs, brioche rolls, house pickles, purple Tibetan rye whiskey barbecue sauce, duck confit, truffled mushroom bisque, and vegan roasted chile stew. They also have handcrafted holiday cocktail kits. Orders are available for pickup until 6 pm on Wednesday only.
The West Seattle barbecue joint’s general store will be open from 11 am-4 pm today through Thursday for all your last-minute Thanksgiving needs, selling meat, wine, cocktails, and more.
This Italian cafe in Belltown will have a full meal available for pickup, with spinach and butternut squash quiche, squash ravioli, a whole marinated ready-to-cook turkey, side dishes, and a choice of apple tart, pumpkin cheesecake, or tiramisu for dessert. There’s also a selection of wine pairings. $20 from every meal will go to a charity program for helping provide meals for those in need. Order by 5 pm on Tuesday, November 24. The restaurant’s covered heated patio will also be open for reservations on Thanksgiving Day.
The Capitol Hill diner will have a menu with some of their regular menu items alongside Thanksgiving meals, including entrees with turkey, ham, Field roast (with vegan and vegetarian versions), and three-cheese lasagna, as well as to-go booze and sides like collard greens and stuffing. Pre-orders are available for pickup between 10 am and 8 pm on Thursday, November 26.
A la carte options available
Masala of India
The Northgate restaurant will be offering vegetarian and non-vegetarian takeout meals with an Indian twist for Thanksgiving, with dishes like aloo gobi, tandoori turkey, butter chicken, chana masala, and naan. Plus, 10% of all Thanksgiving Day proceeds will be donated to Northwest Harvest to help feed families in need.
Remedium Island Cocktail Grill
This recently opened Filipinx restaurant from the owners of Cure Cocktail is offering a kamayan-style Thanksgiving feast with dishes like kalua slow-roasted pork, Hawaiian bread and longaniza sausage stuffing, Spam mac and cheese, garlic mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, turkey gravy, and a choice of a meat sampler (roast turkey breast, steak skewers, Hawaiian garlic shrimp) or a whole roasted turkey (available in limited quantities). Cocktail kits are also available. Pickup is on Thanksgiving Day.
The centerpiece of the Thanksgiving meal from this Georgian-inspired downtown cafe is turkey satsivi, a Georgian dish only made once or twice a year for special occasions. The rest of the meal includes appetizers, khachapuri, and a slice of house-made cake per person. Pickup is available during a 4-6 pm window from November 25-29.
Spinasse and Artusi
Start off your meal with a selection of appetizers and cocktails from Spinasse and Artusi, including deviled eggs, meatball skewers with marinated olives, barrel-aged Boulevardiers, “Pineapple Corn ‘n Oil” (pineapple rum, nocino, clarified lime juice, and Angostura bitters), and “negus” (a hot cocktail with brandy, Calvados, sherry, clarified lemon juice, nutmeg, and vanilla tincture).
COCKTAILS, BEER, AND WINE
The Capitol Hill brewery will be open until 9 pm on Wednesday in case you need to make a hasty beer run before the big day. If you want a holiday-appropriate beverage, try their toasty “Thankful” Thanksgiving lager.
Pickup or delivery
Earn some cool points by picking up a bottle or two of natural wine from Juice Club’s shop inside Union Coffee for your table. They’ll be open until 8 pm on Wednesday for last-minute shopping.
The Belgian and French-influenced craft brewery has their seasonal brew Sagasse, which they dub “Thanksgiving in a glass,” on tap and available for growler fills from 4-8 pm on Wednesday.
The London Plane
The Pioneer Square cafe is all out of their turkey and side dishes, but they do have wine pairings available for pickup and autumnal flower arrangements available for pickup or delivery.
Pickup or delivery
You can still order Thanksgiving side dishes and desserts, including stuffing, mac and cheese, sweet potatoes, acorn squash, turkey gravy, pumpkin pie, and pecan pie, from the Mapleleaf pub before 2 pm today for pickup from noon to 8 pm tomorrow. Add on a kit to make some hot buttered rum for extra coziness.
BAKED GOODS AND SWEETS
A La Mode Pies
Though the pie bakery is sold out and no longer accepting pre-orders for Wednesday and Thursday, they may have a few pies left for purchase in-person today.
Phinney Ridge and West Seattle
Rachael Coyle’s Greenwood bakery will offer a limited amount of slices of pumpkin pie alongside its usual offerings on Thanksgiving morning until they close at noon, while supplies last.
Prefer doughnuts to pumpkin pie? The mochi doughnut shop is selling two-dozen sets for preordered pickup between 10 am and noon on Thanksgiving, with ube glazed, pumpkin spice, matcha pistachio, strawberry Pocky, cookies and cream with cookie butter, and “ube bae.”
The popular donut emporium with locations in Lynnwood and University District will have “Thanksgiving bakers’ boxes” with bakers’ dozens and half-dozens of donuts for sale on Thanksgiving Day, until 4 pm or until sold out.
Lynnwood, University District
Molly Moon’s Ice Cream
Don’t forget some vanilla ice cream to top off all your pies à la mode: The local scoop shop is doing a limited rerelease of its discontinued classic vanilla bean flavor for Thanksgiving at all of its stores beginning today, while supplies last.
It’s too late to nab one of chef Makini Howell’s plant-based feasts, but if it’s a vegan dessert you’re after, her restaurant will also have a pie pop-up from 10 am-4 pm on Thanksgiving, with pies available whole or by the slice. A portion of the proceeds from the day’s sales will be donated to Rainier Valley Food Bank.
R & M Dessert Bar
Capitol Hill’s pint-sized dessert shop is baking cranberry brown sugar tarts, coconut pecan banana bead loaves, and pumpkin pecan mini loaves, available for pickup or delivery via Uber Eats. The shop will be open from 2-10 pm on Thanksgiving.
This bakery is still accepting orders for cake, bread, brown butter pumpkin pie, and cookies for Thanksgiving.
First Hill and Queen Anne
Pickup or delivery
The gourmet cupcake and party supply shop is still selling some of its Thanksgiving offerings, including macarons, DIY cupcake kits, “Thanksgiving cornucopias” filled with gifts, a “Thanksgiving dinner” dozen of cupcakes cunningly decorated to resemble classic dishes like mashed potatoes, cupcakes decorated to look like turkeys and adorably latticed pies, and bottles of Champagne, for preordered pickup. There are also a few delivery spots left.
Pickup or delivery
Today is the last day to order pastries like apple cranberry galettes and pumpkin butter and cranberry brioche cinnamon rolls for pickup from the cozy cafe and wine shop on Wednesday. They also have a wide selection of wine available for preordered pickup or delivery.
Pickup or delivery