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10 Metro Phoenix Spots to Preorder Everything From Stuffing to Pie for Thanksgiving

Consider a Fig & Pecan pie from Chef Justin Beckett this Thanksgiving.
Consider a Fig & Pecan pie from Chef Justin Beckett this Thanksgiving. Courtesy of Beckett's Table
Looking for some help this Thanksgiving? Whether you don't feel like cooking 10 dishes or just want to elevate your Turkey Day game, these spots are a good bet. You can find pies, sides, and even the whole bird to go at these metro Phoenix eateries; they're meant to take away and serve at your home table. With Thanksgiving a week and a half away, we suggest phoning in your dinner reinforcements soon.

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The Nanaimo Peanut Butter Pie at Super Chunk can be on your Thanksgiving table.
Super Chunk
Super Chunk Sweets & Treats
7120 East Sixth Avenue, #19, Scottsdale
If something like a from-scratch Roasted Pumpkin Pie or a Nanaimo Peanut Butter Pie sounds your speed, considered picking up dessert from Super Chunk. Their seasonal pies include the Thanksgiving-only Fresh Roasted Pumpkin Pie, Dutch Apple, Pecan, and Nanaimo Peanut Butter Pie. The nine-inch pies are $24 a pop. Super Chunk is taking dessert preorders through end of day on November 20. The goods will be ready for in-store pickup at on November 21 and 22.

Beckett's Table

3717 East Indian School Road
Impress your dinner guests with one of Chef Justin Beckett's award-winning Fig & Pecan pies. They're available for preorder until November 19 at Beckett's Table and Southern Rail for $28 a pop. You can go the extra mile and add some house-made citrus zest cream cheese ice cream for $8. Call or stop by either restaurant to order. Pies can be picked up on November 22 from 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Wildflower Bread Company

Multiple Locations
Leave the starters and desserts to Wildflower Bread Company for your Thanksgiving meal. Order from-scratch bread and pies by November 19 and pick up at any Wildflower location between November 20 and 22. Choose from pumpkin cinnamon bread, cranberry walnut bread, and a loaf tailored for making sandwiches with leftover stuffing. You can also order potato-dill and other kinds of rolls as well as artisan loaves. For dessert, pick up some pumpkin cheesecake, pumpkin pie, crumb apple pie, or a roasted nut pie.

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Sides and pies available to pick up at Phoenix Public Market Cafe.
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Phoenix Public Market Café
14 East Pierce Street
Sometimes cooking a turkey is challenge enough, which is why Phoenix Public Market Café is offering the Everything But the Bird Package for $180. The package includes one of each family-style side offered at the café, including the popular Pumpkin Soup (from sister restaurant St. Francis), winter kale salad, hand-whipped garlic mashed potatoes, and more. You also may choose a handmade pumpkin pie, apple crumb tart, or chocolate chess pie for dessert. Orders can be placed in the store, by phone, or online till November 20, and may be picked up on Wednesday, November 22, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the cafe.

Multiple Locations
New York-style deli Chompie’s has a Thanksgiving Day menu stuffed with turkeys, sides, fixings, and dessert. All five locations are open till 3 p.m. on Thanksgiving, but there are plenty of to-go options if you order up to 72 hours in advance. The Traditional Full Meal Package serves 12 to 15 people for $219.99, while the Extra Large Whole Oven Roasted Turkey package is $99.99 to $129.99. Chompie’s Thanksgiving Dinner for dining in or to go is $19.99 per person. You may also choose from matzo ball soup at $9.99 a quart, homemade stuffing at $6.99 a pound, homestyle green beans at $7.99 a pound, and apple or pumpkin pies at $12.99 each.

The Market Restaurant + Bar by Jennifer's
3603 East Indian School Road, Suite A
Grab Thanksgiving to go on November 23 from Market Restaurant + Bar by Jennifer's for $219.99 for a party of six. The whole roasted turkey dinner comes with a beer-and-butter-glazed turkey with gravy, cranberry-orange relish, and stuffing made from artisan bread. Sides include whipped potatoes, roasted baby sweet potatoes, haricot vert with sliced almonds, Arizona honey-glazed carrots, simple greens salad, and a fresh-baked bread board. For dessert, choose from pumpkin pie with spiced whipped cream or pecan pie with vanilla bean whipped cream. (Extra pies are available for $24 each).

Bobby-Q Great Steaks & Real BBQ
Multiple Locations
This barbecue chain will be smoking whole turkeys that weigh in at 12 to 14 pounds (pre-cook). Yes, smoking them! You can pick up a bird for $55 or, if you want, add on mashed potatoes, corn, gravy, and eight pieces of cornbread for a total of $75. At least 72 hours of notice must be given. Turkeys will be available for pickup on Wednesday November 22 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Phoenix and Mesa locations

Perk Eatery
6501 East Greenway Parkway, #159, Scottsdale
If you just need a few extras to accompany your Thanksgiving feast, think Perk Eatery. The kitchen will be offering ready-to-bake sausage and sage stuffing in portions for 8 to 10 people for $32. It will also be preparing desserts like the blackberry apple crostata for $24, pumpkin pecan ganache pie for $34, and banana cream coconut pie for $34. All will be ready for pick up on November 22 if orders are in by November 20 at 5 p.m.

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True Food Kitchen’s Squash Pie accommodates vegan and gluten-free diets.
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True Food Kitchen
Multiple Locations
Expecting any vegan and/or gluten-free dinner guests? Preorder and pick up one of True Food Kitchen’s Squash Pies. The pies are $22 each, and preorders will be taken till November 19 over the phone or at any True Food Kitchen location. You may pick up during business hours on November 21 and 22.

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Lauren Cusimano was the Phoenix New Times food editor from 2018 to 2021. Joys include eating wings, riding bikes, knowing everyone at the bar, talking too much about The Simpsons, and falling asleep while reading.

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