8 Fort Worth Restaurants That'll Cook Thanksgiving for You

Pumpkin mascarpone ravioli at CRU Food & Wine Bar

If you’re not in the mood to cook this Thanksgiving, here are a few places in Fort Worth that will happily do it for you.

Pictured: Pumpkin mascarpone ravioli at CRU Food & Wine Bar

by Sunday Nester

If you’re not in the mood to cook this Thanksgiving, here are a few places in Fort Worth that will happily do it for you.

Woodshed Smokehouse

This year, Woodshed is offering a six-person Thanksgiving dinner that will include smoked turkey, mashed potatoes, grilled green beans, kale salad and the choice between a pumpkin pie or smoked chocolate pie. With each order, Woodshed will donate an entire Thanksgiving dinner to a family in need.

Where: 3201 Riverfront Drive
Hours: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Price: $145

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse is offering a three-course meal this holiday. Its Thanksgiving Day menu will start with the option of either a butternut squash soup or harvest salad; slow-roasted turkey breast for the entrée; and dessert options of either a slice of pumpkin cheesecake or pecan pie a la mode.

Where: 812 Main St.
Hours: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Price: $49 per guest

B&B Butchers & Restaurant

B&B has prepared a prix-fixe menu with the choices of roasted turkey or roasted prime rib; butternut squash soup or a mixed green salad; and sides including Brussels sprouts, whipped potatoes and sweet yams. Finish off with the choice of pumpkin pie, pecan pie or Mariana’s apple crisp. B&B will also offer a to-go option featuring the same menu options as the dine-in. To pre-order your Thanksgiving to-go, call the Butcher Shop at B&B at least 24 hours in advance. Orders can be picked up starting Tuesday. 

Where: 5212 Marathon Ave.
Hours: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Price: Dine in $59 per adult, $25 per child ages 12 and under; take out $6 per pound for roasted turkey, and $300 for a half order of prime rib (5-7 servings) and $550 for a whole serving of prime rib (10-12 servings)

Chef Point Café

Famous for fine dining in its unusual location — a gas station — Chef Point is offering a traditional turkey dinner with its own flare. The Thanksgiving menu begins with hand-stuffed mushrooms and artichoke bottoms stuffed with crabmeat; a garden salad, lobster bisque or pumpkin soup for its soup and salad options; and entrées like blackened chicken or pork chop, roasted duck, oxtail, grilled Atlantic salmon, smocked prime rib and Chef Point’s famous chicken and waffles. Desserts for the day will include a key lime pie or bread pudding. 

Where: 5901 Watauga Road
Hours: 10a.m. – 6 p.m.
Price: Price varies per dish

Bird Café

Chef Kyle Baker has prepared a festive holiday brunch this Thanksgiving, with a menu that includes a honey-glazed ham shank; a smoked turkey sandwich filled with stuffing, turkey gravy and cranberry compote; and pumpkin pancakes with toasted pepitas. 

Where: 155 E. Fourth St.
Hours: 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Price: Price varies per dish

CRU Food & Wine Bar

CRU Food & Wine Bar will have a three-course Thanksgiving dinner. The dinner begins with the choice of butternut squash bisque, arugula salad, pumpkin mascarpone ravioli, Muscovy duck confit or prosciutto-wrapped shrimp; the entrées include a roasted turkey breast, seared diver scallops, filet mignon or an herb-crusted Scottish salmon; and the dessert choices include a gala apple and pecan bread pudding, chocolate molten lava cake or a classic pumpkin pie. CRU will also welcome all guests over 21 with a glass of Angry Orchard’s Rose Cider. 

Where: 5188 Marathon Ave.
Hours: Noon – 9 p.m.
Price: $42 per adult and half off for kids 12 and under

Silver Fox Steakhouse

This Thanksgiving, Silver Fox is offering a four-course feast: The first course will include a butternut squash soup; the second course will have the choice of Silver Fox’s award winning III Forks salad or the wedge salad; the entrée course will offer the choice of a slow-roasted turkey, roasted tenderloin or the Atlantic salad; and the dessert course will offer the choice of a pumpkin pie, Kentucky bourbon-glazed pecan pie and New York-style cheesecake topped with a raspberry puree. 

Where: 800 Main St.
Hours: Noon – 6 p.m.
Price: $49 per adult, $18 per child 12 and under

Blue Mesa Grill

In addition to brunch, Blue Mesa will be offering a special Thanksgiving Day menu. Additional items will include a harvest salad, roasted turkey, glazed ham, corncake stuffing, cranberry-jalapeño relish, pumpkin flan and more. 

Where: 612 Carroll St.
Hours: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Price: $22 per adult, $7 per child 6-11 years old and free ages 5 and younger