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Restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth to order Thanksgiving takeout — or dine in

Amisha Khetani, Head of News and Entertainment

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Thanksgiving, to go.

Al Biernat’s, both the original restaurant in Dallas and the new one in the Addison area, is selling whole turkeys and sides like asparagus, baby carrots, and mushroom or lobster risotto. Desserts like cheesecake, pecan pie, carrot cake and more are also available. Order by Nov. 19 at 5 p.m. and pick up on Nov. 21 between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. at 5251 Spring Valley Road or 4217 Oak Lawn Ave., both in Dallas. Call 972-239-3400 (Addison) or 214-219-2201 (Dallas) to order.

French brasserie Bullion is selling pumpkin and pecan pies. Order by Nov. 17 and pick up on Nov. 20 or 21 at 400 S. Record St., Dallas. Call 972-698-4250 or email [email protected] Miss the deadline? Some pies will be available to purchase on Nov. 21. Call ahead to ask.

The Commissary, a coffee shop and lunch spot in downtown Dallas, is selling traditional Thanksgiving dinner, such as small or large roasted turkeys with choose-your-own fixins: gravy, whipped potatoes, sausage stuffing, cranberry relish, rolls and more. Pumpkin and apple pies are also available. Order by Nov. 17 and pick up on Nov. 21 from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. at 1217 Main St., Dallas. See catering menu on commissarydallas.com. Call 214-827-2927 or email [email protected]

Cotton Patch Cafe’s Thanksgiving menu includes roasted turkey with gravy and cranberries, baked squash casserole, sweet potato casserole, and desserts. Order by Nov. 18 and pick up on Nov. 21. There are 20 restaurants near D-FW.

Happy Thanksgiving!!

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Restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth to order Thanksgiving takeout — or dine in