Thanksgiving Dinners To-Go In + Around Mid-Michigan

We know doing it all, all day, every day is tiring. So, if the thought of planning and preparing Thanksgiving dinner brings on a bit of hyperventilating, have no fear because we’ve rounded up a list of Mid-Michigan restaurants that will prep your holiday meal from start to finish!

Andiamo – Fenton
Piccola Famiglia – Serves 4–6 people – $140
Last Day to Order – November 20th
Includes a roast-ready, brown sugar brined, and herbed sage butter rub turkey, all-natural roasted giblet gravy, artisan rolls and butter, brandied fresh cranberry relish, choice of one seasonal salad, choice of two traditional sides, choice of one seasonal vegetable, and choice of one made-from-scratch soup.


The Honey Baked Ham Co. – Multiple Locations
The Honey Baked Ham & Turkey Feast – Serves 12-16 – $135
Includes everything you need to serve a memorable feast at home, including a slow-smoked, glazed ham, turkey breast, and your choice of four premium heat and serve sides.

Zingerman’s Roadhouse – Ann Arbor
Thanksgiving Dinner – Turkey for Two $100/For Four $190
Last Day to Order – November 22nd
Includes an oven-roasted turkey breast, mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, cranberry relish, roasted local vegetables, savory cornbread stuffing, challah rolls, and 2 mini pumpkin pies.

Great Hall Banquet & Convention Center – Bay City
Thanksgiving Feast To-Go – Multiple guest and pricing options from $50-300
Last Day to Order – November 23rd
Includes a citrus herb-roasted turkey, apricot bourbon maple-glazed ham, whipped Idaho potatoes, turkey gravy, sage sourdough stuffing, baked sweet potato praline souffle, green beans & mushroom casserole, herb-buttered sweet com, orange cranberry relish, and rolls. 

Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth
Thanksgiving Dinner To-Go – Serves 8-10 – $250
Last day to order – November 23rd
Includes a whole roasted tom turkey or hickory-smoked ham, mashed potatoes with gravy, sage dressing, buttered egg noodles, whipped sweet potatoes, cabbage salad, apple cranberry relish
baked hubbard squash, a loaf of Zehnder’s white bread, and a 9-inch pumpkin pie.

Bob Evans – Multiple Locations
Farmhouse Feast – Serves 4 – $60
Heat and serve slow-roasted turkey, farmhouse sides, pie, freshly-baked rolls & more.

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Cracker Barrel
Thanksgiving Heat n’ Serve Family Dinner – Serves 4-6 – $70
Last day to order – November 25th
Includes a turkey breast, dressing, gravy, cranberry relish, 2 sides, and yeast rolls.

Turkey Roost
Thanksgiving Turkey Plate To-Go – Serves 1 – $13
Includes a large portion of your choice of dark, white, or both. Served with dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, vegetables, coleslaw, cranberry sauce, and a buttermilk biscuit.

If you find yourself in a challenging situation this holiday season rest assured that you do not have to go without a memorable dinner.

Here are a few local resources that can help:
Food Distributions with the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan
Free Thanksgiving drive-thru meal at Dawn of a New Day Coffee House in Saginaw
Tim Look of Frozen in Time Treasures hosting a turkey giveaway

We’ll add to this list as we learn of more opportunities.

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Hey! I'm Lyndsey one of the co-owners of Mid-Michigan Moms. I was born and raised in Omaha, NE and in my life before becoming a work/homeschool/stay-at-home mom was a critical care nurse and nurse educator. After unforgettable adventures in California and Texas, our family moved to my husband’s home state of Michigan. My husband, three kids, and a naughty yellow lab are now loving our chaotic, rural living-life. I love traveling, balancing no less than 12 DIY projects at once, chocolate, cooking, daiquiris, and a sunny day in the 70s at the lake.


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