Here’s a look at the different major restaurant chains that serve up Thanksgiving turkeys.
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Among those chains who sell the whole turkey, Popeyes is one of the most famous. Their Cajun spiced turkeys are slow-roasted and then flash-fried for crispy skin. They weigh about 10-14 pounds, cost roughly $50 each and can be picked up the week of Thanksgiving or day of. Keep in mind that they are frozen/semi-frozen and will require reheating before serving, but at least you don’t have to worry about how to flavor your turkey.
Boston Market is offering up the turkey AND the whole feast for Thanksgiving. During the week of, you can pick up entire chilled meals that feed 4-12 people. The 12-person version costs $119.99 and includes a turkey with mashed potatoes and gravy, spinach artichoke dip, cranberry sauce, stuffing, gravy, dinner rolls along with apple and pumpkin pies.
— Bojangles’ (@Bojangles1977) November 11, 2018
Bojangles offers up whole Seasoned Fried Turkeys a couple of weeks before Thanksgiving starts, with options to pick up the week of, or before if you’re hosting a Friendsgiving party. Pricing on their turkeys starts at $39.99, and they serve up to eight people. They’re pre-cooked, fried and frozen, but come with easy reheating instructions.
— Marie Callender’s (@MarieCallenders) November 14, 2018
You can pre-order entire Thanksgiving meals or whole turkeys from Marie Callendar’s to be picked up between November 20 and 22. A Whole Turkey Feast, which feeds 10-12, costs $129.99. You can add on an additional ham for the non-turkey fans for an extra $30.
KFC’s perfectly seasoned Thanksgiving turkeys are only available at a few locations nationwide. To pre-order a turkey, call up your local KFC locations until you find one that has them available.
Several chains around the country offer up some of the Thanksgiving sides, desserts, or other turkey-centric creations. These include a lineup of deep-fried turkey sandwiches from Arby’s and pies, sides and turkey breasts from Cracker Barrel and Bob Evans. Thus, no matter what your last-minute or week-of Thanksgiving need may be, there’s a chain or two in your area that can cover it pretty quickly.