Urban Hearth is here to help you bring its farm-to-table fare to your home. The local restaurant, which is situated right outside Davis Square on Mass Ave, is offering fully cooked, to-go feasts fit for two, four or six people—with the promise of portions large enough for leftovers. The holiday spread consists of: sage- and cider-brined roasted turkey breast; peppercorn giblet gravy; fennel, apple and challah bread stuffing; mulled wine cranberry conserve; mashed potato colcannon with kale, leeks and thyme; and buttermilk biscuits with maple butter. Options to add alcohol pairings and a holiday pie sampler are also available. Pre-order this package for pick up on November 24 or 25.
Thanksgiving is that time of year when we gather with family and friends—and wake up at 6am for the sole purpose of sticking a 25-lb turkey in the oven so that it can cook in time for dinner. For folks who simply don’t want to stress about dressing the bird, preparing a parade of side dishes and baking a pile of pies, a number of restaurants around Boston are coming to the rescue, offering full Thanksgiving dinners to-go. Whether it’s a full feast for the whole family or a couple of a la carte sides to supplement your spread, you can order festive takeout from these local eateries ahead of time and spend Thanksgiving outside of the kitchen (relaxing in unbuttoned jeans and watching football). Don’t want to celebrate at home? Dine out at one of the best restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner in Boston and check out the best ways to celebrate Thanksgiving in Boston.
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