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Spending an entire day in the kitchen cooking a Thanksgiving day meal isn`t for everyone. So this morning we are talking about a few options of getting your Thanksgiving to-go:

  1. Shaw’s Crab House – 21 E. Hubbard St.
  2. The Social Table – 819 W. Armitage Ave.
  3. Goddess & Grocer – Multiple Locations
  4. Prairie Grass Cafe – 601 Skokie Blvd.
  5. Sugar Hills Bakery – 3235 W. Addison St.

Web Extra: Where To Dine On Thanksgiving

Big Jones. The four-course feast is inspired by the American South with a wide selection of family-style heirloom dishes prepared by chef/owner Paul Fehribach. It features rutabaga bisque with candied apples and sauerkraut; deep-fried turkey; baked sweet potatoes with toasted pumpkin seeds; squash pie with fresh coconut and vanilla bean ice cream; and more. The price of the dinner is $50 per person; $20 for children under 12. Beverage pairings are offered for $20 per person. Reservations are 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. 5347 N. Clark St., 773-275-5725

Benny’s Chop House. Expect a traditional Thanksgiving dinner at this popular River North steakhouse. It’s $49 per person (children’s menu also available), with the turkey paired with creamy mashed potatoes, classic chestnut sage stuffing, honey-glazed carrots and pumpkin pie with cranberry chutney. The restaurant is open 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. on Thanksgiving. 444 N. Wabash Ave., 312-626-2444

Cherry Circle Room. The most sophisticated dining and drinking offering at Chicago Athletic Association Hotel, CCR is doing a multi-course prix-fixe dinner on Thanksgiving. Offerings include an amuse of apple and beet tart with cheddar; roasted branzino, house-roasted turkey, oyster stuffing, roasted Brussels sprouts, candied yams, smoked apple pie and more. It’s $75 per person, with the option of wine pairings. Reservations begin at 11 a.m. 12 S. Michigan