Where to get Thanksgiving dinner in San Jose

Enjoy a seasonal meal made locally without all the cooking.

A plate of beef bourguignon next to some fall produce.

Treat yourself to The Grill on the Alley’s delicious spreads.

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Want to celebrate the day of thanks, but don’t plan on cooking a full dinner this year? Don’t quit Thanksgiving cold turkey — we’ve got you covered with local dine-in + carry-out options for Thanksgiving day.

Pro tip: Plan on making a reservation for your table or placing your meal pickup order prior to Fri., Nov. 18.

🍷 Where to dine-in

Left Bank Brasserie, 377 Santana Row
Open 12-8 p.m.
Gather your friends and family for a four-course prix fixe Thanksgiving meal. The main course options are turkey, pork chop, salmon, or ravioli — with a separate two-course menu available for the kids.

Meso, 3060 Olsen Dr.
Open 12-8 p.m.
Make a reservation to experience a Mediterranean-inspired prix fixe holiday menu. The first course features “Spanakopita” with potatoes, caramelized onions, rosemary, truffle oil, phyllo, labneh, and harissa.

Il Fornaio, 302 S. Market St.
Indulge in this Italian eatery’s four-course Menù a Prezzo Fisso that includes Zuppa di Zucca, Insalata Invernale, and Tacchino Arrosto Tradizionale. Order the Thanksgiving Feast To-Go and have a four-guest version of this meal at home.

🥡 Where to carry-out

The Grill on the Alley, 172 S. Market St.
This well-renowned steakhouse is cooking up a Thanksgiving feast that can feed two to six individuals, depending on your order size. Enjoy a hefty serving of sliced turkey breast with orange-scented cranberry sauce, or roasted prime rib with horseradish + au jus, along with prepared side dishes.

Alexander’s Steakhouse, 19379 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino
Take home and bake this prime rib feast from the steakhouse with Japanese influence. The meal — which can serve up to eight guests — can be picked up or delivered, with all ordering options closing on Fri., Nov. 18.

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