Copeland's of New Orleans
Copeland’s of New Orleans is offering a ready-to-eat feast, with pre-ordering available now. Copeland’s famous Cajun fried turkey is at the center of the Thanksgiving Feast menu offerings.
“We know Louisiana families are all about spending time with loved ones,” said Al Copeland, Jr. “So, Copeland’s of New Orleans is proud to continue to offer our Thanksgiving Feast this November. Don’t get caught up preparing, cooking, and cleaning—let us prepare the feast to be served in your home, or even better, let us serve you at one of our restaurants.”
Copeland’s Thanksgiving Feast offerings are perfect for office celebrations, Friendsgiving, and family gatherings. Pick up pre-orders or enjoy the Pilgrim Platter on Thanksgiving Day in our dining room or to-go.
The Thanksgiving Feast Packages ($139), which feeds 6 - 8 people, includes 4 lbs. of Cajun fried turkey breast (or substitute for whole turkey (12-14lbs) plus extra quart of turkey gravy for $20 more), a quart of turkey gravy, one dozen buttermilk biscuits, a choice of two of the following sides: mashed sweet potatoes with pecan amaretto sauce, butter creamed potatoes, smothered ham and bacon green beans, Cajun corn maque choux, and cornbread dressing.
All the items on the Thanksgiving Feast Packages can be ordered individually, plus a selection of Copeland’s appetizers, soups, salads, entrees, signature sides, and desserts, including Copeland’s signature cheesecake with a variety of toppings, pumpkin bread pudding, pumpkin pecan cheesecake, and apple caramel cheesecake. Pre-order now for pickup November 9th - 30th. Orders require 48-hours advanced notice. All meals include reheat instructions.
On Thanksgiving Day and Thanksgiving Eve, our local Copeland’s Restaurants offer the Thanksgiving Day Pilgrim’s Platter, which includes all the Feast offerings. Adult platters ($19.99) and Children’s platters for ages 12 and under ($9.99), along with select Copeland’s menu items, are available for 10 am – 5 pm. Thanksgiving Feast Menu,
Thanksgiving Feast Packages, and select a la carte Copeland’s catering items are also available with a 48-hour pre-order for pickup 7 am – 4:30 pm on Thanksgiving Day.
All Thanksgiving offerings may be pre-ordered online at www.copelandsfeast.com or by visiting any Copeland’s of New Orleans location.
Mister Mao, the tropical roadhouse restaurant from Chef/Owner Sophina Uong and husband/partner William “Wildcat” Greenwell, is inviting diners to an unforgettable Thanksgiving celebration sure to tantalize all the senses.
On Thursday, November 24, Mister Mao is offering a three-course menu filled with creative, “inauthentic” food. Inventive starter dishes include Satsuma Tuna Crudo, Golden State Bird, Manchurian Cauliflower, Blue Crab Chaat. Enticing entrée meals include vegan-friendly King Trumpet Mushroom – butternut baba ganoush, sunchoke toum, Brussels sprouts; Turkey Tikka Masala – smashed yams, turmeric creamed greens, coffee smothered chickpeas, cranberry-lime pickle, yogurt masala gravy; Berbere Beef Short Rib – Upper Iowa beef, fingerling potato, crushed lentils, Mitmita spiced jus; Korean Deviled Shrimp – gochujang, vampire garlic sprouts, Delta broken rice. Let’s not forget the happy endings – Devil’s Food – pomegranate, miso, chocolate, sesame honeycomb and Naughty Spice – Mexican candied pumpkin, canela cake, pepita, creole cream cheese.
Vegan and gluten free available and special Thanksgiving children’s menu will be on offer. Priced at $65 per person and $25 for kids’ menu (not including tax + gratuity) the ticketed dinner has seating’s available between 11AM-4:45PM. Also available is a small bar menu for walk-ins only along with Thanksgiving inspired cocktail specials.
Tickets must be purchased in advance on RESY. Mister Mao is located at 4501 Tchoupitoulas in New Orleans. Telephone: (504)345-2056. www.mistermaonola.com/thanksgiving
This Thanksgiving join Commons Club, the social epicenter of the Virgin Hotels New Orleans, for a memorable dining experience the entire family will enjoy.
Guests can delight in Executive Chef Alex Harrell’s three-course prix-fixe menu featuring an array of seasonal selections. Offerings include Local Gulf Fish; Traditional Turkey Dinner; Roasted Acorn Squash; Slow cooked Beef Short Rib and decadent desserts. Holiday themed libations will also be available.
Priced at $69 for adults and $39 for kids 12 and under (plus tax & gratuity), the holiday menu will be available on Thursday, November 24 from 11AM - 8PM. Reservations are strongly encouraged and can be made on OpenTable.
Guests can enjoy live entertainment from 11AM-2PM and 5PM-7PM. Commons Club is located inside Virgin Hotels New Orleans at 550 Baronne Street in the Warehouse District. www.virginhotels.com/new-orleans/
On Thanksgiving, guests can enjoy a family-style feast including Butternut Squash Soup with Brussels sprouts and pepita gremolata; Mojo Roasted Turkey Leg; Jerk Sweet Potatoes; Creamed Collard Greens; Sage Stuffing and Cranberry Sauce. End the meal on a sweet note with Pecan Pie, served with rum caramel and rum raisin ice cream. Served family-style and priced at $85 per person plus tax and gratuity, the holiday menu will be available on Thursday, November 24 from 12PM-4PM. Reservations can be made HERE. Compère Lapin is located at 535 Tchoupitoulas, New Orleans. www.comperelapin.com/
On Thursday, November 24 guests are invited to experience a memorable Thanksgiving meal with a range of offerings at Jack Rose, the convivial restaurant in the Garden District.
Thoughtfully crafted by Chef/Owner Brian Landry, the three-course prix-fixe menu ($61–$70 depending on main course) will be offered from 11AM - 5PM.
First Course options include choice of Fried Oysters; Pork Belly; Lamb Bacon and Pappardelle; Warm Harbison Cheese; and Spiced Root Vegetable Latkes. Second Course offerings include Duck Gumbo; Pumpkin Bisque; Iceberg Wedge; and Kale Caesar. Entrees include Stuffed Roast Turkey with cornbread, butternut squash, greens and cranberry; Grouper Amandine with citrus brown butter, almonds and baby green beans; Spiced Lamb Shank with herbed couscous, root vegetables and apricot; Flounder En Papillote; Short Ribs Bourguignon with sauteed greens, wild mushrooms and caramelized onions; and vegan-friendly Fall Vegetable & Jackfruit Pot Pie. For dessert, guests can indulge in the famed Mile High Pie or opt for the Yummy Yam Bread Pudding; or Coklat.
Jack Rose restaurant is located at The Pontchartrain Hotel, 2031 St Charles Avenue in New Orleans’ Garden District. Reservations can be made HERE. Telephone: 504-323-1500; www.jackroserestaurant.com/thanksgiving-menu
Celebrate Thanksgiving in the Crescent City’s second oldest restaurant, Tujague’s, the birthplace of Brunch and the Grasshopper cocktail.
Priced at $58 per person (not including tax + gratuity), the festive four-course prix fixe menu will be available on Thursday, November 24 from 11AM to 9PM. Delectable dishes include Oyster Eggplant Soup; Roasted Beet Salad; a choice of Roasted Maple Leaf Duck Leg; Pan Seared Pork Tournedos; Gulf Fish Almandine; Grilled Petite Filet Mignon and Tujague’s Traditional Turkey Dinner- sliced oven roasted Turkey, oyster dressing, mashed potatoes, haricot vert, giblet gravy and cranberry sauce. Guests can enjoy a delightful Southern Sweet Potato Bread Pudding for dessert.
All reservations require credit card authorization. To make a reservation, call 504-525-8676.
Tujague’s is located at 429 Decatur Street in the French Quarter. Reservations can be made HERE www.tujaguesrestaurant.com/
Chefs Donald Link and Stephen Stryjewski and the award-winning culinary team of the Link Restaurant Group are offering a catering menu for a Thanksgiving holiday feast to be picked up and served at home: Cochon Butcher takes care of your classic holiday meats and sides, and La Boulangerie is baking the pies, cakes, cookies, and table bread.
“At Butcher, we are offering three choices for our Bell & Evans free-range turkeys,” said Stryjewksi. “Our smoked turkeys are already cooked and ready to serve at room temperature or can be reheated. The house-brined and ready-to-cook turkeys are a classic choice, and our delicious house-made boudin stuffed turkey, which is also ready to be cooked at home, is sure to be the star of any feast.”
Each Bell & Evans turkey is between 12 – 14 lbs. before cooking and feeds approximately 6 – 8 guests. In addition to turkeys, Butcher offers holiday ham, marinated bone-in rib roast, jambalaya stuffed whole chicken, smoked meats, charcuterie, and even whole hogs.
Along with the meaty treats, Butcher's catering menu also features all the classic Southern Thanksgiving items. Sides are offered in a small size, which feeds approximately 3 – 5 people, or a large size which provides three times as many servings.
Sides include shrimp & eggplant dressing, broccoli & rice casserole, mac & cheese, mashed potatoes, marinated Brussels sprouts, and smothered greens. Additional sides and fixings are coleslaw, potato salad, gravy, La Boulangerie's dinner rolls, cranberry satsuma sauce, chicken & sausage gumbo, and smoked sausage jambalaya. La Boulangerie's holiday pies, cakes, and desserts make for a grand finish. And the Boozy Butcher Eggnog is available by the gallon or half-gallon. The full Butcher catering menu is available online at cochonbutcher.com.
Thanksgiving menu items can be ordered online at cochonbutcher.com by Sunday, November 20 at 10:00 am and are available for pick up any time on Tuesday, November 22, or Wednesday, November 23.
La Boulangerie's Thanksgiving menu features everyone's favorite holiday sweet treats: pumpkin, apple, and pecan pies, key lime pie, chocolate cream pie, coconut cream pie, lemon meringue pie, chocolate ganache tart, and strawberry tart.
Cakes include double chocolate, red velvet, carrot, coconut, and salted caramel Doberge. Also available are vanilla cheesecake and apple crisp. However, the chocolate croissant bread pudding might be stealing the dessert show! Executive pastry chef Maggie Scales also offers a selection of baked pantry items and starters to nibble on while the turkey cooks. The brie en croute with pepper jelly pairs great with the house-made soda crackers, and the savory butternut squash soup with baguette crostinis makes for a tasty first course. View the full catering menu at laboulangerienola.com.
Out-of-town family and friends don’t have to miss out on a Butcher feast this Thanksgiving or Christmas season. From a special holiday ham meal that feeds 4 – 6 people to meat packages and charcuterie boxes for four, Cochon fans can enjoy Cochon via Goldbelly.com, now and throughout the year. Goldbelly packages also make excellent holiday gifts.
For Thanksgiving orders they must be placed by November 20th for a November 23rd delivery
The local Northshore BBQ restaurant is offering a full catered menu with a varying selection of smoked meats, sides and pies. You can also choose from a holiday dinner for $100, or a holiday feast for $200. Visit the link to place an order by November 20.
Eliza Restaurant in Baton Rouge is ready to accept orders through email (click here) now through November 21. Their menu of sides and sweets will accompany any protein you serve at your table.
The Riverbend restaurant in Uptown New Orleans has a full menu of Southern Thanksgiving dishes to chose from for your feast. Chef Frank Brigtsen is offering his classic chick & andouille gumbo, sides and desserts.
To place an order, call 504-861-7610
Chemin a la Mer
The traditional Southern menu at Chemin à la Mer features several of Partner Chef Donald Link’s favorite holiday dishes he serves for his own family at home. The highlight of the three-course tasting menu is a turkey roulade stuffed with house made boudin from Cochon Butcher.
The menu, which is skillfully prepared by Executive Chef Justin Koslowsky, also includes a savory turkey and andouille sausage gumbo, mashed potatoes with gravy, greens beans, cornbread dressing, and cranberry sauce. No feast is complete without dessert and this one pulls from Chef Link’s family recipes – a satsuma buttermilk pie that incorporates Louisiana citrus, adding brightness to this Southern staple.
Chemin à la Mer Sommelier Emily Kitzmiller has brought in special wines to complement holiday dining, including Chef Link’s favorite Vieux Télégraphe Châteauneuf du Pape, and other special occasion bottles like the 2018 Chappellet Pritchard Hill Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa and the Domaine Roumier Morey-Saint-Denis 1er cru ‘Clos de la Bussière’.
Located on the Hotel’s fifth floor, Chemin à la Mer offers a outdoor terrace with unparalleled views of the Mississippi River, lush décor and regional artwork to set the backdrop for a warm and memorable holiday gathering.
Chemin à la Mer’s Thanksgiving menu is available for $85 per person and will be offered from noon to 8 p.m. Reservations are essential and can be made by calling 504-434-5898.
Miss River and the Chandelier Bar
Partner Chef Alon Shaya welcomes guests to Miss River with signature dishes perfect for sharing across the table. A playful interpretation of the traditional Thanksgiving feast, the menu features a whole buttermilk-fried chicken that is brined for 16 hours, then, battered, breaded and deep fried, resulting in a perfectly golden, crunchy exterior and tender, juicy interior. The succulent fried chicken can be accompanied by crowd-pleasing Thanksgiving sides, including mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans almondine, sweet potato, oyster dressing, and cranberry sauce. Miss River’s regular menu will also be available, featuring inventive takes on beloved New Orleans dishes, such as clay pot dirty rice, seafood on the half shell, blackened snapper, and redfish courtbouillon, prepared by Executive Chef Aleksandre Nadirashvili.
Ideal for a mild Louisiana Thanksgiving, Miss River offers patio seating overlooking the Hotel’s Garden in addition to a grand dining room.
Miss River will be open all day on Thanksgiving from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Reservations are essential and can made though OpenTable or by calling 504-434-5701.
For guests welcoming friends and family to town, the glamorous Chandelier Bar has quickly become the center of New Orleans’ social scene and the ideal setting for pre- and post-dinner drinks. The highlight of the seasonal menu is a S’mores Milk Punch that is both bold and decadent and topped with toasted marshmallows and graham cracker.
For guests interested in staying at the Hotel for Thanksgiving and through the holiday season, Four Seasons is now offering a Papa Noel Package through December 31. The package offers guests a 15% discount on the room rate and complimentary valet parking. Offer is subject to availability at the time of booking. Offers are not valid in conjunction with any other offer or contract and do not apply to groups. Rates are per room, per night, vary by arrival date and/or length of stay, and do not include applicable taxes, service charges, or surcharges unless otherwise noted. Early departure fees may apply. Rates are subject to change.
Johnny Sanchez is open to catering orders for Thanksgiving, ready for pick up on 11/22 and 11/23. The authentic Mexican restaurant will be offering a whole smoked turkey and an array of sides and desserts for your family meal. Visit their website to place an order today.
City Pork Catering
The local Baton Rouge favorite City Pork will be offering a catering menu for the Thanksgiving holiday, from now until November 16.
The a la carte menu offers brisket or turkey for your protein, to go with sides like sweet potato casserole, boudin rice dressing, creamed spinach or mac-n-cheese. Desserts include chocolate cream pie, traditional pumpkin pie or pecan chocolate chip pie.
Visit their Facebook to view the order form, Call 225-388-5900 or email them to order before Nov. 16th,
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