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Scottsdale's POSH Restaurant Offers Thanksgiving Dinner for Pickup or Delivery

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If you're anything like us, you're probably still worried about what you'll feed your hungry guests on Thanksgiving. Because whether you're ready or not, they will be hungry when they arrive.

Luckily, Scottsdale's Posh restaurant has an option that will take you from stressed hostess to energetic entertainer. The restaurant is offering all the makings of a Thanksgiving feast for purchase by the pound. They'll even deliver the goods to your house on Thursday, November 28, from 1 to 5 p.m. And if that doesn't work for you, you can always pick it up yourself.

See also: Thanksgiving in Metro Phoenix: The Ultimate Dining Out Guide

The menu includes whole roasted turkey ($12/pound), mashed potatoes ($12/pint), green bean casserole ($6/person) and pine nut stuffing ($8/pint). You can check out the complete menu below with pricing, or click here to see a larger version.

Orders have to be placed by Tuesday, November 25 at 2 p.m. and can be made by calling 480-663-7674 or emailing info@poshscottsdale.com.

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