5 Thanksgiving Restaurant Deals That Could Be Cheaper Than Cooking at Home

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Boston Market

Customers can choose from a variety of pre-made Thanksgiving meals at Boston Market, including hot meals that are ready to eat right away and chilled, fully-cooked meals that are "ready when you are."

Bob Evans

Just in time for Thanksgiving, the restaurant chain Bob Evans has brought back its Farmhouse Feasts. These holiday options, marketed as a "full holiday dinner to go," start at $12.49 per person and serve up to 10 people.

Ruth's Chris Steak House

This year, Ruth's Chris, a legendary steakhouse known for its upscale events and flavorful steaks, is joining the Turkey Day promotion fray by providing take-home holiday dinners and sides starting at just $35.

Kona Grill

Kona Grill offers dine-in and take-out Thanksgiving options November 24-27. Macadamia Nut Crusted Turkey Breast with Miso Mashed Potatoes, Sautéed Green Beans, Shoyu Cream Sauce, and Ginger-Yuzu Cranberry Sauce costs $34.

KFC

If you never liked turkey, try something else for Thanksgiving. KFC's festive buckets returned this month. 12- or 16-piece dinners include 6 cookies, 3 large sides, and 6 biscuits.

Thanksgiving is all about spending time with our loved ones while dining on scrumptious food. More particular, the turkey is a must-have for any Thanksgiving meal!

This year's traditional holiday family dinner will cost significantly more due to a combination of general price inflation, supply chain difficulties, and the avian flu.

Let's look at some numbers to show how much more expensive Thanksgiving has gotten this year. Thanksgiving dinner, according to the AFBF, will cost around 20% more in 2022 than it would in 2021.

More specifically, while the average price of a Thanksgiving dinner for 10 people is predicted to be $64.05 this year, it was only $53.31 just a year ago. Even further into the future, in 2020, a Thanksgiving lunch for 10 people only cost on average $46.90.

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