Miami Thanksgiving Dinners For Takeout 2020

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Thanksgiving is this Thursday, November 26th, but if you’re a perpetual procrastinator and haven’t made any plans … don’t fret! Whether you are having a virtual party or a party at home with your loved ones or celebrating alone, there is no reason to worry about preparing an elaborate turkey party yourself.

Local restaurants prepare well-rounded meals from start to finish. The dishes are so delicious that you can add them to your list of things to be thankful for.

Here are the top five last minute take away options in Miami for fully cooked Thanksgiving meals.

Pumpkin ravioli at Caffe Abbracci.EXPAND

Pumpkin ravioli at Caffe Abbracci.

Photo courtesy of Caffe Abbracci

This Coral Gables Italian restaurant puts together a four-course takeaway meal for Thanksgiving. Enjoy a traditional roasted turkey with a filling, accompanied by Brussels sprouts gratin, mashed sweet potatoes, and cranberry relish. There is also a corn and wild rice soup and a dish of pumpkin ravioli drizzled with butter and sage, crumbled amarettini and parmigiano reggiano. For dessert, enjoy gold apple cake and vanilla ice cream. The meal costs $ 42 per adult and $ 23 per child. Orders can be placed on Thursday, November 26th, from 12 noon.

Miami's five best last-minute Thanksgiving 2020 takeaway dishes

Photo courtesy Corsair

Corsair Kitchen & Bar

19999 W. Country Club Dr., Aventura
786-279-6800
marriott.com

The Corsair Kitchen & Bar in Aventura offers a three-course family-style Thanksgiving menu for pickup. Choose from appetizer options like toasted pumpkin bisque with dried pears, cinnamon cream, sage, and toasted pine nuts. or ham and figs with compressed melons, feta, rocket and balsamic dressing. The main course consists of a starter of roasted turkey breast and sliced ​​beef fillet, served with dark meat confit, filling, sweet potato gratin, buttermilk porridge, green beans, cranberry sauce and turkey sauce. For dessert, choose from a selection of seasonal autumn cakes. Dinner for eight is $ 250 and is available for pickup on Wednesday, November 25th, 3pm to 5pm and Thursday, November 26th, from 9am to 11am

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The New York Mill

Photo courtesy Acqualina Resort

The New York Mill

17875 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach
305-466-9191
ilmulino.com

To take away, order a solid Thanksgiving feast of organic roasted turkey, served with fresh cranberry sauce, walnut and sausage filling, sautéed green beans with roasted almonds, and mashed potatoes. Your order includes a pumpkin cheesecake dessert. Orders can be placed on Thursday, November 26th, from 12 noon. Dinner is $ 60 per person.

The terrace on the Malibu Farm in Miami Beach.EXPAND

The terrace on the Malibu Farm in Miami Beach.

Photo courtesy of Malibu Farm

Chef Helene Henderson is offering two takeaway options for Thanksgiving this year. A traditional meal for six to ten people includes a 20-pound turkey roasted with herbs, accompanied by toasted pumpkin bisque with chili and crème fraiche, cornbread filling, fresh sauce, fresh cranberry sauce, and a salad ($ 250). A ten-pound ham with honey and pineapple icing and all the ingredients includes truffle honey parsnips, pineapple sauce, and sweet potato mash, beets, and lettuce dishes for six to eight guests ($ 200). For sweet endings, choose between homemade pecan pie or homemade pumpkin pie ($ 24 each). Orders can be placed until Wednesday, November 25th.

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Courtesy photo of Sherwoods Bistro & Bar

The Little River neighborhood restaurant offers a takeaway roast turkey breast dinner served with creamy pumpkin and cauliflower macaroni and cheese, brown rice, and sweet potato salad. The cost is $ 40 per person. Pre-order and pick-up by Wednesday, November 25th via toasttab.com.

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