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Nov 3, 2007 07:18 PM

Thanksgiving in Atlanta

Family will be in Atlanta for Thanksgiving this year and I'm looking for a great cooked dinner for takeout. I heard that the Whole Foods was pretty good. Any other suggestions? We are so used to making our own that we really want it to taste like home made.

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  1. Whole Foods was open last year and had a Thanksgiving hot bar. I like Whole Foods as a store, but I'm not in love with their prepared foods. If you're open to a sit down, go to Open Table and you'll see what places are open. Horseradish Grill would probably be your best bet out of what's open. It's a cool location (restored old barn in Chastain Park). Their site is Another take-out option could be a meal you pick up the night before from a local restaurant and then heat-and-eat. Maybe someone's heard of some places that do this...I can't think of any off the top of my head.

    1. I think that OK cafe does a Thanksgiving takeout, but I'm not certain. It's worth giving them a call.

      1. Try Muss and Turner's. Looks like they have a take-out holiday menu on their website.

        1. Bag it. Eat chinese food. Choices are numerous, and legion.

          1. Souper Jenny in Buckhead (if you don't know about this place, you're missing out on a great lunch joint!) is preparing all of the sides for Thanksgiving, but not the bird. So you could go get yourself a bird and have Souper Jenny do the rest! Don't think they have a website, but they are near East Andrews Pub in the shopping center off Cains Hill Place in Buckhead (had flyers outside promoting Thanksgiving). We are traveling for Thanksgiving, otherwise, Souper Jenny would be doing my cooking!