Thanksgiving is around the corner, and while many families will be preparing days ahead for a family feast - others may not have the energy to prepare what goes on the family table. These five Lowcountry restaurants are serving up Thanksgiving eats and all you have to do is pick it up!
Swig and Swine
Swig and Swine is known for being a popular barbecue restaurant in the Lowcountry. But this Thanksgiving, you can snag yourself a whole turkey or turkey breast, whole pork butts, brisket, macaroni and cheese and all of the Thanksgiving fixings. It will cost you upwards $100 altogether, but the good news is you can savor whatever is left for days to come – and the whole family will be fed. The deadline to place your order for your take-out feast is Sunday, November 18. Orders can be picked up Thanksgiving Day from 10 a.m. until noon. You can call the West Ashley location at (843) 225-3805 or the Mt. Pleasant location (843) 416-7368 to place your order today.
Ms. Rose’s has your Thanksgiving dessert ranging from a special menu of seasonal cakes and pies. You can choose from a gluten-free pumpkin spice cake with coffee cream cheese frosting ($50) to a honey apple bundt cake ($25) and of course the pumpkin pie ($20). If you’re a chocolate lover, you can order the German chocolate pie ($25) and those who want something a little different can order the apple and cheddar pie ($22). Be sure to visit Ms. Rose’s for information on how you can pick up the cakes.
Sticky Fingers is offering a group deal for up to 12 members of your family! Guests can choose a Thanksgiving Family meal for $120. It includes a smoked turkey, five different options of traditional sides, and pumpkin pie. You can also order any Thanksgiving items a la carte. If you have a bunch of family coming in town the night before – a bulk take out package is available pre-thanksgiving feast. It includes barbecue pork, smoked chicken, sides, and sticky sauces.
Saltwater Cowboys is offering up a special meal where you can choose from a number of main dishes, including a whole smoked turkey ($80), smoked turkey breast ($65), and a whole butt pork ($40). And we can’t forget the sides! It will run you from $7.99 – $40 and includes dinner rolls, sweet potato souffle, mac and cheese, stuffing and much more. You can also pair it all with dessert from the restaurant. Choose from Grandma Carol’s Cake or pumpkin pie. If you want to skip making individual choices altogether and want to meal deal – it will run you $200 including all of the Thanksgiving fixings.
Rodney Scott's BBQ
This new barbecue restaurant… Rodney Scotts is now offering up its Thanksgiving meal for pre-order. Choose from pit cooked turkeys which will run you $80, and a selection of sides. It includes collards, mac and cheese, potato salad, and coleslaw. Orders will be taken until Thursday, November 15.