Enjoy Thanksgiving takeout in Galveston so you can spend quality time with family!
Thanksgiving Takeout During Your Galveston Getaway
Let someone else do the cooking this Thanksgiving. Enjoy Thanksgiving takeout in Galveston so you can enjoy quality time with family. Several locally-owned restaurants are putting together some incredible takeout options for your Thanksgiving in Galveston.
Chef Mary Bass at La Cocina
1508 39th Street
Pre-orders due by Nov. 20
Chef Mary Bass offers a Complete Turkey Dinner with airline turkey breast, sage sausage dressing, mashed potatoes, green beans and bacon, macaroni and cheese, parker house rolls, cranberry sauce, gravy, pumpkin mousse, and whipped cream dessert. This dinner is $250 for 4-6 people and $500 for 8-10 people. Order online on her website. La Cocina is a grab and go restaurant. Check her Facebook page for her daily menu.
628 14th Street
Pre-orders due by Nov. 25
For smaller dinners, Mosquito Cafe/Patty Cakes Bakery offers a Family Feast for Four option for $160. This meal has mixed greens garden salad with maple vinaigrette dressing, sliced oven-roasted turkey breast, turkey gravy, grilled and roasted fresh vegetables. And it doesn’t end there; it also includes baked parmesan mashed potatoes, Patricia’s stuffing with Italian sausage and ground beef, fresh-baked PattyCakes potato rolls, and Patty’s famous pumpkin chiffon pie. Plus, they have an excellent selection of Patty’s Pies and brunch options. Order in advance on their website. Mosquito Cafe and Patty Cakes, located across the street, are owned and operated by the same family. PattyCakes is known for their incredible desserts.
ShyKatz Deli & Bakery
1528 Avenue L
Pre-orders due by Nov. 23
ShyKatz’s meals always feel like home. Their oven-roasted turkey serves 12-15 ($65) or 16-20 ($75). Or order their baked ham with brown sugar glaze priced at $65 for the medium spiral or $75 for the large spiral. The “Fixins” or side dishes serve 10-12 ($45) or 20-24 ($75). Options include baked squash casserole, mashed potatoes, candied carrots, Grace’s cornbread dressing, and more. And, of course, there’s plenty of desserts. Visit their website for a full menu.
Sunflower Bakery & Cafe
512 14th Street
Pre-orders due by Nov. 22
As the name describes, Sunflower is known for its baked goods. Think chocolate meringue, key lime pie, pumpkin cream pie, cherry pie, pecan pie, pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread, bread pudding loaf, cookies, and tarts. Prices vary, so call the restaurant for details. Their “dinner must-haves” serve 8. Dinner options include roast turkey breast ($40.95), turkey gravy ($14.95), green bean casserole ($35.95), mashed sweet potatoes ($35.95), and other favorites. Make sure you order in advance.
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