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Thanksgiving carryout options in Chicago

These Thanksgiving dishes are all made from scratch -- by somebody else

November 20, 2013|By Samantha Nelson | For RedEye

Pecking Order
4416 N. Clark St. 773-907-9900
Order deadline: Nov. 24
For $89.99, you can get the Uptown restaurant's signature Filipino-style rotisserie chicken along with mashed potatoes with toasted garlic, green beans slow-cooked with ginger and tomato, turkey giblet gravy, crushed pineapple-and-cranberry relish, glazed sweet potatoes and ginger carrots, plus Filipino dinner rolls. "Not everybody's going to eat turkey," said chef Kristine Subido. "For smaller families, it's just a lot of food. I think our roasted chicken is good enough to have on Thanksgiving, especially with all the sides." If your heart is set on turkey, Subido is also offering one for $129.99 stuffed with lemongrass and ginger and cooked in the same way as the restaurant's chickens.

The Florentine
151 W. Adams St. 312-660-8866
Order deadline: Nov. 28
If you waited until the last minute to make plans, you can still enjoy Thanksgiving dinner in the comfort of your home. This Loop restaurant is offering a $65 four-course dinner to-go including lentil soup made with cotechino sausage and gala apples, butternut squash ravioli and turkey breast stuffed with pork sausage and wild rice served with roasted brussels sprouts. The restaurant's entire menu of Italian fare is also available for takeout.

Samantha Nelson is a RedEye special contributor. redeye@tribune.com | @redeyechicago

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