Lake Travis-Westlake eateries offer Thanksgiving to-go options

Texas Honey Ham Co. is offering meals to go for Thanksgiving. (Courtesy Texas Honey Ham Co.)
Texas Honey Ham Co. is offering meals to go for Thanksgiving. (Courtesy Texas Honey Ham Co.)

Texas Honey Ham Co. is offering meals to go for Thanksgiving. (Courtesy Texas Honey Ham Co.)

Approaching the Thanksgiving holiday, restaurants in the Lake Travis-Westlake area and beyond are offering meals to go for pickup or delivery. From traditional turkey dishes and seasonal pies to family-style Italian meals, the Lake Travis-Westlakre region has something for everyone this holiday season.

This list is not comprehensive.



Traditional meals

1. Buenos Aires Cafe


Argentinian restaurant Buenos Aires Cafe will offer a traditional Thanksgiving meal to go this holiday season. The meal package will include turkey breast, stuffing, vegetables, gravy and a dessert. The package will feed four people and will include heating instructions. Customers can call the restaurant for pricing information and pickup details.

13500 Galleria Circle, Ste. U-120, Bee Cave

512-441-9000

www.buenosairescafe.com

2. Schmidt Family Barbecue

Schmidt Family Barbecue at the Hill Country Galleria has released a Thanksgiving menu for to-go orders. Menu items include a whole smoked turkey or ham, as well as dessert options such as pecan or pumpkin pie. Prices vary per item and can be found on the galleria's website. The deadline to order a Thanksgiving meal is Nov. 18, and pickup will be available Nov. 23-25 at 3 p.m.

12532 RM 2244, Bee Cave

512-263-4060

www.schmidtfamilybarbecue.com

3. Texas Honey Ham Co.

Texas Honey Ham Co. is offering a holiday menu that will be available for pickup prior to the Thanksgiving holiday. The menu includes honey-glazed sliced and deli ham; roasted turkey; and side options, such as mashed potatoes, chipotle cranberry sauce and more. Each meal container will feed between four and six people, and limited quantities are available. Pricing information can be found on the company’s website.

3736 Bee Caves Road, West Lake Hills

512-330-9888

www.texashoneyham.com

4. Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q

This holiday season, Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q began taking Thanksgiving orders Nov. 1 for pickup. Options include a 3.5-pound whole smoked turkey breast and a 7-pound smoked spiral glazed ham. Rudy’s also offers a variety of menu options and sides. Pricing information can be found on the company’s website.

2451 S. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin

512-329-5554

www.rudysbbq.com

5. Whole Foods

Those interested in a traditional Thanksgiving dinner can place an online order for pickup at Whole Foods. The menu covers a dry-brined spiced citrus turkey and sides such as mashed potatoes and green bean casserole. Whole Foods also offers vegan Thanksgiving meals. Pricing information can be found on the company’s website.

12601 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave

512-206-2730

www.wholefoodsmarket.com

Nontraditional options

6. Bee Cave BBQ

Customers can place an order for a number of barbecue options, including brisket or a whole smoked turkey breast, at Bee Cave BBQ. Orders can be placed for pickup over the phone. Customers can call the restaurant for more details and pricing information.

8414 Bee Caves Road, West Lake Hills

512-306-9040

7. Carve American Grille

Carve American Grille is offering a cedar plank board to-go package that includes a selection of appetizers, entrees and sides with the option to add desserts. The package feeds about four people and features applewood bacon-wrapped shrimp brochette, a roasted lemon chicken, smoked macaroni and cheese, and more. There are also gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options. The package is priced at $99 and is available to go from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. every day. A full list of menu items can be found on the restaurant’s website.

7415 Southwest Parkway, Austin

512-792-4450

www.carveamericangrille.com

8. Tony C’s Coal Fired Pizza

This November, Tony C’s Coal Fired Pizza at the Hill Country Galleria is offering family meal packages featuring a selection of popular Italian dishes. The meal packages are priced at $50 each and will include spaghetti and meatballs, chicken Parmesan, lasagna, chicken scarpariello, eggplant Parmesan, fettuccine Alfredo and coal-fired ziti. Each package should feed between four to six people.

12800 Hill Country Blvd., Bee Cave

512-263-3473

www.tonycs.com

9. Interstellar BBQ

Interstellar BBQ is accommodating online ordering for pickup and delivery through its website. The restaurant includes a selection of sides, barbecued meats, desserts and ready-to-eat meals. Larger family meal packages include a 6-pound whole brisket, a smoked and sliced turkey breast, and a whole rack of pork spare ribs. Customers can also purchase larger catering orders in advance. A full list of menu items and pricing information is available on the restaurant’s website.

12233 N. RM 620, Ste. 105, Austin

512-382-6248

www.theinterstellarbbq.com

Dessert options

10. Foliepop’s

French pastry cafe Foliepop’s will be taking online ordering for large pastry orders throughout the holiday season. Ordering options include a box of 36 cream-filled pastries, a box of 12 Foliepop’s minipastries, a discovery box with a combination of pastry options and more. At Foliepop’s, guests can create their own savory or sweet pastry combinations with up to 512 options, or customers can go with the chef’s recommendations. Folieop’s will also be offering limited Thanksgiving-inspired flavors such as pecan pie and cranberry sauce.

13420 Galleria Circle, Ste. A-140, Bee Cave

512-884-7798

www.foliepops.com

11. Tiny Pies

Tiny Pies will be accepting Thanksgiving orders for its made-from-scratch savory pies and sweet pies. The Thanksgiving favorites box will include 12 tiny pies with flavor options including pear and cranberry, tart cherry, Texas pecan and more. Customers can also purchase the company’s Not So Tiny Pies, which feed six to eight people. All pies are available for preorder through Nov. 19, and prices can be found online.

3736 Bee Caves Road, Ste. 8, West Lake Hills

5035 Burnet Road, Ste. 100, Austin

512-297-2690

https://tinypies.com/
By Amy Rae Dadamo
Amy Rae Dadamo is the reporter for Lake Travis-Westlake, where her work focuses on city government and education. Originally from New Jersey, Amy Rae relocated to Austin after graduating from Ramapo College of New Jersey in May 2019.


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