As Thanksgiving approaches, many of us eagerly anticipate a festive feast with family and friends. The Circle City is home to a vibrant culinary scene, and this giving season provides the perfect opportunity to support local restaurants. Consider exploring these offerings for Thanksgiving Day.
Known for its high-quality meats and artisanal products, Goose the Market is a full-service butcher shop, specialty foods market, and beer and wine cellar. If you're serving charcuterie boards before the turkey, consider purchasing their specialized meats for your board.
Make your Thanksgiving celebration as simple as pie with Pots & Pans’ offerings. Their Thanksgiving Dinner Pot Pie features turkey breast, cornbread stuffing with cranberries and walnuts, and mashed potatoes and gravy. With two different sizes, you can order the exact serving size you need for your dinner. Pair it with their sweet pies, such as Apple Crumble, Caramel Pumpkin, and Maple Pecan.
Ash & Elm Cider has been nationally recognized for its award-winning ciders. This season is the perfect time to try their Autumntide spice pumpkin cider, a delightful fusion of autumn flavors that encapsulates the essence of the season in every sip.
Located north of Mass Ave, this local sandwich shop's menu changes weekly. Savor sandwiches with smoked brisket, beer mustard, braised cabbage, salmon, pork belly, garlic aioli, and sorrel. They're also offering a Thanksgiving package, including one meat option and four sides.
Recently recognized in Bon Appétit Magazine, this small, family-owned bagel shop brings a personal touch to all their bagels. They offer a robust catering menu, including a Turkey Run Platter that includes locally smoked turkey, herb cream cheese, cucumber, oven-roasted tomato, and greens.