Los 40 USA
Sign in to commentAPP
spainSPAINchileCHILEcolombiaCOLOMBIAusaUSAmexicoMEXICOlatin usaLATIN USAamericaAMERICA


What restaurants are offering deals and meals for Thanksgiving? Special prices and promotions

Thanksgiving can be a stressful holiday for families, and part of the stress comes from preparing the big dinner. Restaurants are offering an alternative.

Talking turkey, gobblers getting cheaper for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a big holiday for families, and preparing the turkey and all its trimmings can be stressful for the host. Restaurants are trying to entice customers to consider alternatives to cooking their own holiday feast by offering deals.

There are promotions available for both dining in and taking out. Here are some of the restaurants that have special offers this season.

Bob Evans

Bob Evans offers to-go meal options, but is also tempting customers to dine at their restaurants with their Farmhouse Feasts, which provide a complete turkey dinner that can serve up to 10 people. Prices start at $69.99.


Chipotle doesn’t exactly have Thanksgiving fare on their menu, but they are targeting those who are not in the mood for turkey. They are offering 50 extra rewards points if you are a member who orders two entrees online or through their app. This offer is only good for this week.

READ ALSO: Record-setting auction price for world’s most expensive bottle of Scotch whisky

Cracker Barrel

Cracker Barrel will be offering Heat n’ Serve meals that you can order to-go, and can feed up to eight to 10 people. The company says they can prepare the feast in less than two hours, and will include turkey breasts, gravy, two sides, and pie. Meals start at $14.99 per person.

Kona Grill

Diners at Kona Grill can order macadamia nut-crusted turkey breast with miso mashed potatoes and other fixings with a twist for $34 from Nov. 24 to 27.

STK Steakhouse

STK Steakhouse is promoting their free-range turkey with sides and trimmings for $69 per adult and $29 for kids. The menu includes cornbread, green beans, sweet potato and mashed potatoes.

READ ALSO: DC losing one restaurant a week in 2023

READ ALSO: Gas prices down significantly from Thanksgiving 2022

Italian restaurants put turkey on the menu

Turkey isn’t usually a staple in Italian restaurants, but a number of them are offering Thanksgiving dinners for small to large groups of people. Traditionalists will be happy to note that these establishments will be serving up all the classics, such as sliced turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie.

Bucca di Beppo, Bravo! Italian Kitchen, and Brio Italian Grille are among those which are expanding their traditional pasta and pizza menu for the celebration.