To Go Thanksgiving Ideas
How do the holidays sneak up on us every year? Whether you are simply too busy to cook, can’t get away to see family, or just need a year off from preparing food, here a few favorite local places to pick up an array of dishes for Thanksgiving this year.
Pacific Pie Company
After moving from Australia, the owners of Pacific Pie Company are known not only for sweet pies, but for savory meat pies. They offer a full alternative Thanksgiving meal including their homemade turkey pot pie in place of a traditional full turkey. Order at least 48 hours before you would like to pick up your meal.
This popular grocery store is a great option for your one-stop Thanksgiving meal. With numerous locations to choose from, you can get the full spread, just sides, just turkey, or several options of combinations. If you want to order meat, make sure to order by November 18, otherwise the cutoff for orders is November 21.
Pie Spot opened in 2009 and specializes in individual pies, or ‘pie spots’ while also offering full size pies a number of seasonal flavors. Get a bakers dozen of the ‘pie spots’ if you are looking for a fun assortment of desert! Place order up until November 21.
Starting out as booth at a farmers market, Lauretta Jean’s opened its first location in 2012. This year the pie shop is offering a number of classic pies as well as Buttermilk Biscuits. Taking orders through November 19.
Petunia’s Pies and Pastries
A well established name in the Portland food community, Petunia’s is a native gluten free and vegan bakeries that works with retailers across the city. The cutoff time for ordering full Thanksgiving pies has passed, but you can still pick up an array of sweets for the big day or keep them in mind for your next event.