Our Thanksgiving To-Go deal is back! Want delicious, homemade food but don’t want the mess at home? We have the perfect solution! Our preorder is going on now and as an incentive, the first 50 orders booked by September 30 will receive $20 off! We are only taking a limited amount of orders, we sell out earlier and earlier every year! If you’re interested, the sooner the better!
With our Thanksgiving To-Go meal, you will receive the choice of a spinach salad or
Caesar salad as an appetizer. Then, of course, the main entree will consist of eight pounds of oven roasted and sliced turkey breast. Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about the sides! You will receive four sides which include mashed potatoes and gravy, brioche stuffing, corn souffle, and green bean casserole. Each order also comes with a dozen dinner rolls with butter.
Lastly, and everyone’s favorite, dessert! You will get to choose one of our delicious homemade desserts: german apple cake, flourless chocolate gateau, Rum Chata cheesecake. And, we’ll throw in a Thanksgiving classic pumpkin or pecan pie to top it all off.
Our Thanksgiving To-Go offer is designed to serve 8-10 people. If you’re hosting more than that, no worries! We have great deals on our Avenue’s favorite sides. You can add on our fan-favorite bacon-wrapped dates, 30 for $20. We are also offering five pounds of honey-baked spiral cut ham for $55.
Want some extra just desserts? Add on any of our Avenues cakes for $39 each and an extra pumpkin or pecan pie for $12 each.
Make sure you reserve no later than November 11 by 4pm or while supplies last. Again, we are selling a limited number of orders so be sure to reserve sooner rather than later! The meal will be available for pick-up on Thursday, November 28 from 7am-8:30am or 9:30am-11am.
To view the full menu and see pricing, click here. Give us a call at 816-333-5700 or email us at email@example.com to reserve your Thanksgiving meal today.
Thanksgiving is all about being grateful and sharing your day with your family and loved ones. Take the stress off of cooking so you can focus on spending time with those around you.