Thanksgiving is just weeks away, but you aren’t alone if your holiday menu is still a gigantic question mark. The pandemic has completely redefined how we can safely gather together, with many of us rethinking Turkey Day right down to the bird.
Whether you’re planning a smaller dinner with the people you live with, looking to send sustenance to a loved one who’s forgoing travel, or simply giving yourself a break from cooking the multi-course feast, ordering a Thanksgiving meal online is a smart choice. With the help of the internet, you can get holiday classics—from turkeys to mashed potatoes to pie—delivered right to your doorstep. Bonus: Ordering online means you skip chaotic grocery store crowds.
No matter if you’re searching for a wow-worthy main to prepare yourself or a ready-made meal you just have to heat up, there are tons of Thanksgiving delivery options out there. And to help you find the right fit for your needs, we gathered the nine best Thanksgiving meal delivery services available now.
Read on to find out more about each, then pick your favorite for delicious dishes delivered with the click of a button.
For most of us, turkey is a Thanksgiving requirement. And no matter if you’re a fan of roasting, smoking, or even deep-frying, D'Artagnan Foods’ birds are worthy of the occasion. The gourmet shop sells a range of high-quality turkeys, from heritage breeds raised free-range on small farms to wild turkeys with rich, gamey flavor. And for a scaled-down turkey feast, D'Artagnan also offers a variety of turkey breasts. Pick from a bone-in breast from USDA-certified organic turkeys, or upgrade to a truffle-coated option that comes ready to eat.
To buy: from $63; dartagnan.com
A holiday ham is welcome on any Thanksgiving table, and Omaha Steaks has three mouthwatering varieties to pick from. Choose an absurdly tender country ham or an artisanal-cut flank that’s spent eight hours in the smoker with real pecan wood chips. And if you’re craving a classic spiral sliced ham, check out the brand’s fan-favorite masterpiece. Each bone-in ham is slowly smoked for up to 24 hours for maximum flavor and juiciness, then generously brushed with a brown-sugar glaze for a gorgeous crackly crust. In addition, Omaha Steaks has a Build Your Own Perfect Holiday Meal package that allows you to create a custom menu delivered straight to your doorstep.
To buy: from $25; omahasteaks.com
Snake River Farms is renowned for top-notch American Wagyu, a hybrid of Japanese Wagyu cattle and prized U.S. breeds that boast buttery marbling and tender texture. The retailer offers a variety of individual Wagyu cuts, like tomahawk steaks, filet mignon, and porterhouse, but we’re adding the prime rib to our carts for the holidays. Each prime rib is selected and cut by hand and includes both the coveted cap and center eye that’s rich with flavor. It’s also shipped boneless for fuss-free cooking and carving.
To buy: from $239; snakeriverfarms.com
If you don’t want to spend hours making a turkey, ham, or prime rib, consider splurging on dry-aged steaks from DeBragga. The old school butcher shop supplies most of New York city’s top steakhouses and is famous for its beef that is aged for 30 days and more. All of its products are free of antibiotics and hormones and are available for delivery nationwide.
To buy: from $110; debragga.com
Yes, the humble chicken is an excellent Thanksgiving main. Treat it like a mini turkey or choose from a whole host of comforting dishes like cassoulet, pot pie, or tamales. But no matter how you prepare your chicken, Porter Road guarantees the best quality birds. Founded by former restaurant chefs, the online butcher shop ensures its animals are raised outside, fed vegetarian, non-GMO feed, and given proper attention with in-person visits. What’s more, every piece of meat is meticulously hand-cut at the brand’s Kentucky facility. Pick from whole chickens that feed five to six people, or opt for drumsticks or breasts for two-person meals.
To buy: from $10; porterroad.com
2020 has been a wild ride, so why not try duck for Thanksgiving? Fossil Farm’s whole heritage ducks were born and bred on Amish family farms and are free from growth stimulants, hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, and preservatives. The site also features each of its partner farm's history and practices so you can choose which product is right for you. Make sure to order before November 22 to guarantee your bird arrives in time!
To buy: $51; farmfoodsmarket.com
If this is your first time cooking the Thanksgiving feast, America’s most popular meal kit service offers a truly no-stress solution. HelloFresh features two holiday meals: The Turkey and Sides Box includes everything you need to make a roast turkey with a garlic herb butter rub, a selection of four sides, like ciabatta stuffing and creamy mashed potatoes, plus an apple crisp for dessert. If you’re hosting something more lowkey, check out the Beef Tenderloin and Sides Box, which swaps out the bird for peppercorn-crusted beef tenderloin and feeds four to six guests. Like all of HelloFresh’s meals, each box comes with pre-measured ingredients and recipe cards that detail total prep and cook time, as well as calories. The turkey does take time to thaw, so HelloFresh has a cut off order date of November 19.
To buy: from $16 per person; hellofresh.com
Williams Sonoma declared itself Thanksgiving headquarters, and we’re inclined to agree. It’s not just a destination for high-end cookware and kitchen tools—it also sells complete Thanksgiving feasts delivered to your door. Choose from more than 100 different entrees, sides, and desserts sourced from gourmet food markets and cafes across the country, including Cajun-fried turkey from Louisiana and a multi-course feast curated by Martha Stewart. Best of all, many of the items are pre-cooked, so all you have to do is pop them into the oven to warm them up.
To buy: from $100; williams-sonoma.com
Unsurprisingly, one of our top picks for meal kit delivery services has an impressive Thanksgiving selection. Blue Apron put together a mix of meal options, from a Southern-inspired feast with spice-roasted turkey breast and pimento cheese mashed potatoes to a smaller pork roast dinner with up to five sides. And if you’re looking to pair your meal with a glass of wine, Blue Apron’s got that covered, too. Its Holiday Feast Favorites wine bundle features an impressive selection of reds and whites specifically curated to complement Blue Apron’s recipes. The six 500-milliliter bottles are equivalent to four full-sized bottles of wine and cost just $60.
To buy: from $9 per person; cook.blueapron.com