Nov 18, 2021 - Food and Drink
Where to eat out or take out in NWA this Thanksgiving
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A chef pours mole sauce over turkey pieces as part of Rosa Mexicano's Thanksgiving dinner near Lincoln Center on November 26, 2020 in New York City. (Photo by Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images)

Oven mitts down.

Here's where you can find Thanksgiving meals at NWA restaurants.

  • Southern Food Company in Fayetteville — You can order meal packages with smoked ready-to-eat turkey, a prepped turkey ready to cook or a ham with sides. And several add-on options are available — including dessert! Order before 3pm Saturday online or call 479-313-7646. Prices start at $120.
  • Emelia's Kitchen in Fayetteville — Dinners available for pickup Tuesday and Wednesday with turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, dressing, gravy, corn, green beans, rolls and pumpkin or pecan pie for $110. Order at 479-527-9800.
  • Ella's Table in Fayetteville — Enjoy your Thanksgiving feast at the restaurant inside the Inn at Carnall Hall starting at $49 for adults. See a preview. Call 479-313-8458 for reservations.
  • Saltgrass in Rogers — You can dine in for $20 per person or grab a prepared Thanksgiving dinner for $80 that feeds four to heat up later. Order online.
  • Ruth's Chris Steakhouse in Rogers — Serving up traditional plates complete with roasted turkey breast, sausage and herb stuffing, cranberry relish and sides. See dine-in and takeout options.
  • The Hive in Bentonville — The chef has a special Thanksgiving Day menu that's not exactly a classic turkey day meal, but sounds tasty. See it here.
  • Fred's Hickory Inn in Bentonville — Come for the buffet (including smoked sirloin — we see you, Fred's) or take home a meal package. Check out the menu and preorder.
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