Here's where you can order Thanksgiving meals in South Austin

Contigo Catering + Dispatch has a menu for preorder, pickup or delivery Nov. 25. (Courtesy Contigo Catering + Dispatch)
Contigo Catering + Dispatch has a menu for preorder, pickup or delivery Nov. 25. (Courtesy Contigo Catering + Dispatch)

Contigo Catering + Dispatch has a menu for preorder, pickup or delivery Nov. 25. (Courtesy Contigo Catering + Dispatch)

With Thanksgiving taking place Nov. 26, many businesses in South Austin are offering special, holiday meals for preorder and delivery. While some restaurants will not be open on Thanksgiving, orders can be placed and picked up in advance. This list is not comprehensive.

Fresa’s' Thanksgiving offerings are highlighted by a turkey meal with stuffing, cranberry sauce and three sides for $285 that serves 8-10. A smaller option serving four to six is also available, as are individual sides and desserts from $10-$32. Orders can be placed through Nov. 23 and pickup is scheduled for Nov. 25. 1073 S. First St., Austin. 512-915-0362. www.fresaschicken.com

Austin-based Bao’d Up will offer a fall-themed Thanks Family Pack that includes turkey and potato bao, chicken legs quarters, and fries that serve four. A price for the family pack has not yet been released, but Individual bao and fall-themed desserts, including a pumpkin pie bao and pumpkin spice boba tea, are also available. 5207 Brodie Lane, Ste. 115, Sunset Valley. www.baodup.com

Easy Tiger offers a Thanksgiving meal for $175 that includes a smoked turkey, a stuffing kit, sides and gravy for Thanksgiving weekend. Pull-apart bread rolls, scratch-made pies and other options are available individually as well. Orders can be made for curbside pickup or delivery from Nov. 21-29. Easy Tiger is also donating a loaf of bread to a local food pantry for each preorder from its Thanksgiving menu. 3508 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste. 200, Austin. 512-964-8229. www.easytigerusa.com/pages/thanksgiving

Rolling in Thyme and Dough will continue to take Thanksgiving orders through Nov. 21. A prepared, uncooked turkey can be ordered for $52. Individual sides, salads, dinner rolls, soups, pies, desserts and appetizers can be ordered as well. Curbside pick up times will be coordinated when orders are placed. 333 W. Hwy. 290, Dripping Springs. 512-894-0001. www.thymeanddough.com


Both locations of Hyde Park Bar & Grill will be open for Thanksgiving from 11 a.m.-7 p.m., but the restaurant is also offering turkey meal kits with sides for $90 and Cajun fried turkeys for $75 for pickup Nov. 24-25. 4521 Westgate Blvd., Austin. 512-899-2700. www.hpbng.com

Contigo Catering + Dispatch has a menu for preorder, pickup or delivery Nov. 25, featuring turkey, traditional Thanksgiving sides and pumpkin pie. Meals and sides serve eight. The complete prix fixe dinner is $255, with an individual turkey cost $75 and sides range from $12-26. Beverages are also available. 3709 Promontory Point Drive, Ste. B201, Austin. www.contigocatering.com

Abby Jane Bakeshop has not yet opened its doors to the public, but is offering pickup Thanksgiving desserts and breads, from pies to potato rolls, between $10-$35. Preorders can be picked up Nov. 23-25 and are scheduled during online checkout. 16604 Fitzhugh Road, Dripping Springs. www.abbyjanebakes.com/thanksgiving2020

With two South Austin locations, Waterloo Ice House has a “heat and eat” menu, featuring whole meals for parties of 2-10 ranging from $49-$249. Meals include sliced turkey and sides, such as dressing, mashed potatoes, green beans, mac and cheese, and cornbread. Individual sides and desserts are also available, as is turkey and stuffing without additional sides. Orders can be picked up Nov. 25. 9600 Escarpment Blvd., Austin. 512-301-1007. 9600 S. I-35, Austin. 512-292-7900. www.waterlooicehouse.com

Aba offers a Mediterranean take on Thanksgiving dishes, with options that serve two, four or six at $48 per person. The menu includes pumpkin hummus, beef tenderloin kebabs, Brussels sprouts and creme brulée pie. Orders will be accepted through Nov. 23 at 3 p.m. and can be scheduled for pickup or delivery Nov. 24-25. 1011 S. Congress Ave., Bldg. 2, Ste. 180, Austin. 737-273-0199. www.abarestaurants.com/austin
By Nicholas Cicale
Nick has been with Community Impact Newspaper since 2016, working with the Lake Travis-Westlake and Southwest Austin-Dripping Springs editions. He previously worked as a reporter in Minnesota and earned a degree from Florida State University.


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