Whether it’s Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving, or bulking up before winter hibernation, get deliciously stuffed to the max with these affordable and versatile, Thanksgiving-inspired offerings available through local restaurants and eateries around Pittsburgh:


It’s officially a gobble-GO!!! From pork & pine nut stuffed acorn squash, wild rice & mushroom stuffing, turkey meatballs in gravy, beans & greens soup, orange pumpkin pie to pecan bourbon pie, and more, Sprezzatura will have your table covered in deliciousness this Thanksgiving. Between shareables for your feast, festive sides and delectable desserts, reserve your order now and pick up with ease on Wednesday, November 24th, 2-5 PM.

Khalil’s Restaurant

Spice up your holiday feast with comforting flavor from Khalil’s Restaurant. Savor extraordinary tastes with a Syrian-style twist to give that extra wow-factor to your spread. Pick up to take home and reheat on Thanksgiving Day or reserve a table for dine-in the following Friday or Saturday. Family style preorders serve up a delicious lamb shank in a mushroom gravy sauce and other curated cravings or simply choose a la carte that include vegan options like pumpkin kibbe trays and pumpkin footballs. A sweet and satisfying option includes pumpkin baklava. Don’t pass it up! Check out the entire Thanksgiving menu here and place your order by Monday, November 22 by emailing your order to info@khalilsrestaurant.com.

Spirits and Tales

Bring your Turkey Day pals for dine-in to Spirits and Tales on Thanksgiving Day, 2-8 PM (reservations recommended) and enjoy the moment with a special menu. Entrée options include locally raised turkey breast draped in a sage giblet gravy with cranberry orange chutney, Bay of Fundy salmon, wild mushroom ravioli, 14 oz bone in filet, or a Frenchie burger. Plus, the restaurant will have pair-able sides and sweets, too. 

The Commoner

Let The Commoner cook up Thanksgiving with a 3-course meal on Thanksgiving Day, 3-8 PM for only $55 per person (reservations recommended). Chef Dave Racicot is featuring a specialty spread starting with a shaved brussels sprout and arugula salad followed by roasted turkey, candied butternut squash, robuchon potatoes, chestnut brioche stuffing, and cranberry marmalade. YUM! Finish your appetite with a pumpkin cheesecake tart. Plus, guests with a giving heart can participate in the The Commoner’s annual Friendsgiving cause with proceeds from every “The Commoner Burger” sold will be donated to the nonprofit, No Kid Hungry. 

Black Radish Kitchen

Looking for vegetarian options? Look no further than Black Radish Kitchen in its plethora of sides for your table. Goat cheese mashed potatoes, marinated beets with onion and pea shoot, corn puddin’, grilled green beans, roasted brussels with pomegranate molasses, and more, your tastebuds and guests will be impressed by the varieties of festive flavor. Black Radish is also offering a Turkey Day Dips Package and a Turkey Day Antipasto Package. Pick-up is currently sold out, BUT delivery is still available (even better!), and you can find out more by ordering on their website!

Square Café

Square Café’s catering is offering homestyle, delectable sides, mains, and desserts to set at your holiday table. Turkey and gravy, roasted rosemary fingerlings, ancient grain and tofu stir fry, beet & chickpea salad, square salad and so much mouthwatering more, you’ll be kicking your feet up in the living room this year. Patrons can place Square Café Thanksgiving orders between now and November 20th and all Thanksgiving orders must be scheduled within 48 hours of pick-up. Get ready to eat!

Scratch & Co.

Grab n’ go with Thanksgiving-inspired pierogis, thanks to Scratch & Co.! They’ve got options for a stuffed holiday: green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, stuffing, mash potato & gravy, honey carrot, squash with maple & brown butter, and pumpkin pie. Preorder those Thanksgiving rogis here for pickup between November 20th -24th.

My Goodness Market

Grab and gobble down My Goodness Thanksgiving takeout up until November 24th. The weekly dinner special includes roasted turkey breast with stuffing, brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce, all for $16.99. The market also has a vegan Thanksgiving dinner that includes roasted stuffed acorn squash with a cranberry and sage pesto with the same sides. Be sure to finish off with the maple bread pudding, too! 


It’s back! Chef Amber Lehman is serving sides and desserts just in time for Thanksgiving. Serving 6-8 people, each dish will deck out your table in comforting cuisine. This year’s sides and desserts include stuffing (available with sausage), brussels & roasted vegetables, sweet potato casserole, whipped potatoes, mac & cheese (half or full pan), tiramisu, and southern banana pudding. (I highly recommend the last, luscious option!) MyTáque Thanksgiving Sides and Desserts should be placed here and ordered by Saturday, November 20th.

 Farmer x Baker

Farmer x Baker has the Thanksgiving bread and pastry essentials. From the poppy cranberry cheesecake, chocolate peppermint truffle tart, lavender buttermilk pie, vegan carrot cake with cream cheese frosting, dinner rolls (vegan option, too!), brunch box, classic quiche, and a ton more, these one-of-a-kind, scratch-made items will be the stars of the Thanksgiving dinner show. There are plenty of gluten-free and vegan options here, too. Orders must be placed by November 20th and picked up by November 24th by 7 PM. Thanksgiving connoisseurs can order Farmer x Baker Thanksgiving holiday pastries and breads here.

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Colin Parrish

Colin is a Pittsburgh born and raised, daydreamer, restaurant foodie addict whose passions include running, thrifting, camping, and having a healthy amount of coffee or Malbec (depending on the time of day) . As a typical jagoff, you can catch him shopping in the Strip, running in Highland Park, or finding the best hiking views just outside of the city. He is a content manager for YaJagoff Media LLC and currently lives in Etna, PA.

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