Where to Order Thanksgiving Catering Around the Main Line
These six restaurants are offering everything from sides to desserts.
Normandy Farm is offering made-to-order holiday pies this Thanksgiving. Photo by Tyler Boyle for Normandy Farm.
Co-owners and chefs Alex Hardy and Tara Buzan are offering an elevated Thanksgiving experience with pre-orders of savory seasonal soups, appetizers (mini crab cakes, stuffed mushroom), sumptuous sides (potato, leek and gruyere au gratin) and decadent desserts—all available for pick up.
11 Louella Court, Wayne.
Bring home Thanksgiving from this popular country spot. Find a full meal of roasted turkey and all the trimmings, including giblet gravy, sausage stuffing and creamed mushrooms. Go rogue with a flavorful pumpkin bread pudding for dessert. Prepaid orders must be placed by Nov. 24 and picked up by 12 p.m. on Thanksgiving day.
1300 W. Strasburg Road, West Chester.
Snagging holiday goodies from this charming neighborhood Euro-cafe is made easier with online ordering. Exceptional desserts include caramel apple pecan gillette, flourless pumpkin spice cake, almond croissants and traditional pumpkin pie. Grab a loaf or two of artisan bread to complete your meal. Orders must be placed by Nov. 15.
233 E. King St., Malvern.
Let your table shine with a diverse selection of made-to-order holiday pies from award-winning executive pastry chef Sam Nahhas. Nine inch pies with flakey crusts and fillings include salted caramel honey, s’mores, coconut creme, bourbon pecan and pumpkin.
1401 Morris Road, Blue Bell.
Owner/chef Sean Weinberg is rolling out his annual “Thanksgiving to Go” again this year. Look for an enticing menu of sides and classic Italian fare to complement your at-home turkey. Mac ‘n’ cheese and garlic-smashed potatoes can share your table with quattro formaggi lasagna made with San Marzano tomatoes or beef bolognese lasagna. Place your order by Nov. 15.
7 W. King St., Malvern.