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Where Can I Buy Thanksgiving Dinner?

Sit back and relax. Find out how to get someone else to do the cooking for you this Thanksgiving.


Are you short on time, don't like to cook, or just want to sit down and enjoy Thanksgiving dinner for a change? The area stores and caterers below can prepare a fully cooked Thanksgiving dinner for you. 

Weaver's Way Co-op
Choose from traditional turkey or non-traditional items like salmon, chicken parmesan, or grilled polenta.  

  • : 8424 Germantown Ave.
  • Weaver's Way Mt. Airy: 559 Carpenter Lane

Food For All Market
Butternut squash soup, cranberry orange bread, and herb roasted turkey are just a few of the many options available. 

  • Food For All Market Mt. Airy: 7127 Germantown Ave.

JPM Catering and Events
A gourmet style menu with fresh, local and organic ingredients, including turkey from Lancaster Farm Fresh and dairy from Trickling Springs Creamery, delivered to your door in environmentally friendly packaging.

  • Serving the Main Line and Philadelphia area with free delivery on orders over $100.

Wild Blue Creative Catering
In addition to turkey, Wild Blue offers beef tenderloin, pasta, seafood, and even holiday cocktail ideas. They also offer party equipment rentals, set-up, serving and clean-up.

  • Serving Philadelphia, the Main Line, Phoenixville, Oaks, Valley Forge, and King of Prussia. 

Aquilante's Catering
The "ultimate turkey" comes complete with stuffing and is ready for your oven.

  • 125 Diamond Rock Road, Phoenixville

The HoneyBaked Ham Company
Reserve a HoneyBaked ham or turkey plus side dishes and desserts.

  • HoneyBaked Ham Broomall: 2054 Sproul Rd.  

Luigi & Giovanni Caterers
Choose from a whole, stuffed turkey or a boneless, stuffed turkey breast, and all the traditional sides. 

  • 3601 Chapel Road, Newtown Square

Boston Market
Boston Market offers six banquet options that each include a fully cooked and seasoned turkey or ham and everything else from from appetizers to desserts. Pick-up or delivery is available. 

  • Boston Market Paoli: 154 E Lancaster Ave
  • Boston Market Phoenixville: 218 Nutt Rd.
  • Boston Market West Chester: 726 E Gay Street
  • Boston Market Clifton Heights: 5200 W Baltimore Ave.

Wegmans

Choose from four different options for your turkey dinner. 

  • Wegmans Malvern: 50 Foundry Way
  • Wegmans King of Prussia: One Village Drive
  • Wegmans Collegeville: 600 Commerce Drive 

Whole Foods Market
Order a cooked, ready to serve traditional or organic turkey, vegan entrees, side dishes or a complete feast that serves up to 16 people.  

  • Whole Foods Devon: 821 Lancaster Ave.
  • Whole Foods Wynnewood: 339 E Lancaster Ave.
  • Whole Foods Plymouth Meeting: 500 W Germantown Pike

Giant Food Stores

Holiday turkey or ham dinners from Giant Food Stores come with everything from rolls to pie.  

  • Giant West Chester: 698 Downingtown Pike
  • Giant West Chester: 1393 Dilworthtown Crossing
  • Giant West Chester: 1502 West Chester Pike
  • Giant Phoenixville: 700 Nutt Rd
  • Giant Malvern: 235 Lancaster Ave
  • Giant Springfield: 721 W Sproul Rd
  • Giant Broomall: 2910 Springfield Rd
  • Giant Radnor: 550 E Lancaster Ave

ACME Markets
Acme offers two turkey dinner options that each serve eight people.

  • Acme Broomall: 1991 Sproul Rd.
  • Acme Newtown Square: 3590 W Chester Pike
  • Acme Media: 527 E Baltimore Pike
  • Acme Bala Cynwyd: 121 E City Ave
  • Acme Penn Valley: 829 Montgomery Ave. 
  • Acme Bryn Mawr: 600 W Lancaster Ave.
  • Acme Wayne: 700 W Lancaster Ave. 
  • Acme West Chester: 907 Paoli Pike
  • Acme Phoenixville: 785 Starr St.
  • Acme Mt. Airy: 7010 Germantown Ave.
  • Acme Roxborough/ Manayunk: 8600 Ridge Ave. and 5927 Ridge Ave. 

Are you considering having your Thanksgiving dinner catered? Tell us why or why not in the comments. Did we miss any local establishments where you can buy a precooked holiday meal? Please share in the comments area below.

I Lived Here for 25 Years & Finally Moved Out November 15, 2012 at 04:19 PM
Don't know if they are sold out or not, however the absolute best Turkey deal is at Jimmy's BBQ in Malvern. You buy a turkey, take it to Jimmy's, they smoke it and you pick up your smoked Turkey at 1pm on Thanksgiving day. Smoked turkey is incredibly moist and the taste will spoil you forever :) I don't work for Jimmy's nor do I know them, I'm just speaking from experience of eating smoked turkey fresh out of the smoker! One hint: loosen your belt before sitting down to this feast! Here's their website: http://www.jimmysbbq.com/
marion1 November 15, 2012 at 05:05 PM
loved the Wegmans flyer last week that said you have to REHEAT the dinner items when you get it home, it comes cold---apparently customers complained they had to heat it up. Not only do they not want to cook, they don't want to reheat either! too funny- or sad depending on your point of view....
Amanda Mahnke November 15, 2012 at 06:22 PM
Sounds amazing, Charlie! Thanks for the tip.
glenda almond November 15, 2012 at 07:27 PM
This will be our second year having Thanksgiving dinner prepared by County Butcher on Walnut Street in Kennett Square, PA. Everything from the turkey to your choice of pies is included. It's all tasty and wonderful including the "best stuffing ever" and the "best pies I've ever had."
evelyn weiner November 16, 2012 at 05:06 AM
The Black Cat Cafe in Devon, 500 yards from Whole Foods offers pies and side dishes that are homemade so your guests don't know you didn't make it. Nothing tastes commercial at all. Their quantities are limited so you should put your order in early though. 610-688-1930
Ann Cavanaugh November 16, 2012 at 11:19 AM
Charlie D. does the smoked turkey taste like ham?
MarpleResident November 16, 2012 at 01:15 PM
No one cooks anymore ... another lost art. :-(
I Lived Here for 25 Years & Finally Moved Out November 16, 2012 at 02:33 PM
Ann....I assume you are kidding. Just in case you are not, the answer is 'no'. A properly smoked turkey is extremely moist and the meat melts in your mouth.
Anthony Wayne November 16, 2012 at 02:52 PM
As our family gathers for holiday celebrations we remember whose shoulders we now stand upon, in part, by the flavors in our mouths. Mom and Dad would be proud that the holiday specialties that they enjoyed are still on the table, enjoyed by the future generations. Food is love, tradition, and helps bind generations together forever.
HomeCooked November 18, 2012 at 01:50 AM
HomeCooked in Paoli (across N Valley Rd from Paoli Station) is doing a Thanksgiving menu for the 6th year. The deadline to order was Friday, but tasty sides, entrees, and brunch items (all made the way you would if you had the time) will be available on Tuesday 10-6 and Wednesday 10-2. Support local business! Thank you so much! www.HomeCooked.net 610.647.1002

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