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How to get Thanksgiving dinner delivered to your door

Written by
Joel Riddell

If you want to hang out with loved ones on Thanksgiving, but the thought of stuffing a turkey scares you to death, check out these options for a take-out and delivery Turkey Day dinners delivered straight to your door. Your family and friends need never know.  

For pick up

Bi-Rite Friendsgiving

Pick up at 3639 18th St, San Francisco


Bi-Rite is offering three sizes of Friendsgiving in a box—small (4-6 guests), medium (8-10 guests) and a large that will serve up to 12 guests—with traditional turkey (there's also a vegetarian option) and all the fixings. The birds are specifically raised and selected for Bi-Rite customers, the menu was designed by culinary director Jason Rose and the desserts skillfully baked by Kris Hoogerhyde and her team—so you know they will have everything you need to wow your guests. If you want to keep it low-key this year, order the turkey two ways ($36) and a couple of sides so you can watch Netflix in your pjs and still have the flavors of the holiday.

Cured meats, international cheeses, extra desserts, flowers for the table and wine for everybody can also be added to your order. 

Belcampo Luxegiving

Pick up at 2405 Larkspur Landing Circle, Larkspur


Belcampo is going over the top this Thanksgiving with a luxurious takeaway menu boasting a "Belcampo by Mario Batali" charcuterie tray, white truffle mashed potatoes, sage and chestnut cornbread stuffing and not just one but two pies and a bottle of bubbles to get you ready for your guests. This “luxgiving” feast, which feeds 14, is sure to get you a round of applause at the end of dinner. 

Market Hall Foods at Rockridge Market

Pick up 5655 College Ave, Oakland


This East Bay upscale market is well known for holiday meals. You can order your feast with or without a turkey and choose to add extra sides, desserts, a maple-cured hamlette or a grilled tri-tip. Market Hall is not open on Thanksgiving day, so be sure you have space in that beer cooler called a refrigerator!  

With a minimum order and a delivery charge of $40 you can have your feast delivered to your home in Oakland or Berkeley. 

Andronicos Community Markets

Pick-up at 1200 Irving St, San Francisco


This year, Andronicos is offering a kicky menu including a small turkey dinner, large turkey dinner, ham dinner and even a vegan dinner with vegan gravy. All of their sides, including butternut squash lasagna and deviled eggs, are also available a la carte.

Whole Foods, Bay Area locations

Starts at $119

The ubiquitous retailer has mastered delicious prepared foods, and it's as convenient as an in-store visit to order your feast. Plus, it is easy to fill up your cart with beer and wine while waiting for your number to be up. Turkey, ham, and prime rib meal kits begin at $119.   

For delivery

Luke’s Local


The ultimate way to spend the day with 5-7 friends is Luke's Local total package, which comes with a whole smoked turkey, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, stuffing, sprouts, gravy, cranberry and pumpkin pie.  All you need is friends and cocktails to keep the festivities going.

Good Eggs


This traditional dinner includes nearly everything you need for a true holiday feast: turkey, potatoes, stuffing and veggies. The stuffing does come in a box, so heat up your oven, add water and tell your friends that you cooked! You can also add a non-traditional French cassoulet with duck confit and Toulouse sausage to your order for $69.99. 



Home delivery options for day-of Thanksgiving feasts are limited, but Caviar has partnered with local favorite Pluto’s to make it happen. Order in advance (72 hours) to arrange a holiday family feast including a whole turkey, smashed spuds, sourdough stuffing, roasted vegetables, cranberry sauce, gravy and a pumpkin pie for $154. The listing says it feeds 10, but face facts, leftovers are critical to this holiday, so plan accordingly. If you are hanging solo, you can order the single meal for $17.94 and put your feet up with a bottle of pinot noir.

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