Friday, November 04, 2022
We love a home-cooked meal as much as the next person, but preparing a main course (or two) and countless side dishes in a house filled with guests can lead to a lot of stress for your festive feast.
Whether you’re turning Thanksgiving weekend into a getaway, or looking to make the cooking process a little easier, several Spartanburg County restaurants are there for you.
From take-home, heat-and-serve options to restaurants open and serving on Turkey Day itself, check out this roundup of where, and how, you can take advantage of Thanksgiving spirit from a professional kitchen.
Blue Moon’s scratch-made foods, both at their restaurant and take-home options in their market, are a favorite in Spartanburg, and this year, can be enjoyed for Thanksgiving when preordered before Nov. 15. (Orders will be available for pickup from 2-6 PM Tuesday, Nov. 22 and from 8 AM-4 PM Wednesday, Nov. 23.
Dishes available include a 3-pound, roasted, pre-sliced turkey with special Thanksgiving butter and gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli casserole, pimento mac and cheese, sweet potato soufflé, and much, much more.
Having served on Thanksgiving in years past, City Range is offering heat-and-serve options in 2022, with the last day to order to-go meals being Nov. 19.
The restaurant is serving up a choice of ham or turkey with mashed potatoes or sweet potato mash, and fixins including gravy, dressing, dinner loaves, green bean casserole, and cranberry-orange relish.
City Range will also be open 10:30 AM-3:30 PM Thanksgiving Day serving a chef’s buffet and their a la carte offerings.
Thanks to a top-notch catering service, Dray Bar & Grill is offering take-and-bake options for Thanksgiving in 2022.
Items can be ordered individually or an entire Thanksgiving Feast – with turkey, dressing, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, apple-cranberry chutney, and more – can be ordered for $100.
Enjoy the elegance of Clevedale’s historic grounds while you indulge in a rustic Thanksgiving dinner paying homage to the first Thanksgiving at Plymouth Colony.
The menu features roast turkey, leg of lamb, stuffing, mac and cheese, homemade dinner rolls, and much more prepared by local chef Bill McClellan who returns as Clevedale’s chef de cuisine for the annual Thanksgiving feast.
Reservations must be made for the 3 PM dinner, with tickets costing $75 each.
Heirloom’s menu pays tribute to gathering-time meals shared in the mill communities of Spartanburg County’s past, and its Thanksgiving offering will be no different.
With main course options of glazed ham or a fried turkey complete with all the fixins you could want – green beans, creamed corn, roasted potatoes and more – Heirloom’s Thanksgiving feast is available for $47 per person. Reservations are recommended by calling the restaurant.
Wade’s traditional southern cooking is first of mind when locals think Thanksgiving! Serving all your favorites for dine-in and carry-out (no pre-order needed), including turkey and dressing, baked ham, chicken fried steak, fried okra, creamed potatoes, rice and gravy, creamed corn, mac and cheese, sweet potato soufflé, and sweet potato pie, just to name a few. Pre-orders for to-go items have ended, but dining will be available in the restaurant’s main dining room on Thanksgiving. Get all the details you need at EatatWades.com.
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