4 Options for Thanksgiving To-Go in Chicago

What’s better than Thanksgiving dinner? Thanksgiving dinner made by one of Chicago’s finest chefs
Parson's Chicken and Fish

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Parson's has a take-out meal designed for two people because chicken is just as good as turkey.

Why cook this Thanksgiving when you can get a meal from some of Chicago’s best restaurants? Try these places for a last-minute escape from menu planning.


Parson’s Chicken and Fish


Parson’s Chicken and Fish is offering up their chicken services with its Thanksgiving dinner for two. For $50, you will get one whole fried Amish chicken, green chile cornbread, mashed potatoes, gravy, tomato and bacon braised green beans, and Thanksgiving elotes. Get your order in by noon on Nov. 23 for this feast! Place your order here.

L. Woods

Stop by L. Woods Nov. 21 to 23 to pick up everything you need for a meal to remember. The menu includes favorite dishes like house-made stuffing, cranberry sauce, double-baked potato casserole, and pecan, pumpkin, and key lime pies. Call (847) 677-3350 to order.

Nico Osteria

Enjoy a chef-made Italian Thanksgiving feast in your own home with Nico Osteria’s pre-order dinner option. The menu is stuffed with great dishes from chef Erling Wu-Bower, including baked rigatoni, truffle mashed potatoes, cranberry chutney, and, of course, turkey. Pies from pastry chef Leah Omilinsky round out a perfect holiday. Call the restaurant at (312) 994-7100 for orders starting at $130 for two to three people.


Celebrate with Peruvian flavor with Tanta’s take-home Thanksgiving dinner. Executive chef Jesus Delgado has prepared a menu featuring pollo a la brasa, an Amish chicken marinated for 24 hours in beer and spices, then slow roasted. Choices of sides include corn cake stuffed with braised beef and raisins, and roasted vegetables. Orders must be made by 3 p.m. on Nov. 21 by calling the restaurant at (312) 222-9700.

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