7 Places to Grab Thanksgiving To-Go Near Kings Bay

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Do you prefer to just pick up your Thanksgiving meal and go? Below is a list of grocery stores and restaurants in the Kings Bay through Jacksonville areas where you can pre-order your Thanksgiving dinner.

Pre-Order Meal/Heat and Serve

Whole Foods: With locations in Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach, you can pre-order a Thanksgiving Meal. Whole Foods requires that you order at least 48 hours in advance through their local catering options.

Cracker Barrel: There are Cracker Barrel locations in Kingsland and in Jacksonville. Cracker Barrel offers a variety of Thanksgiving Dinners, from a small feast to a larger gathering. You can also order additional sides. Heat and Serve Feasts can be ordered now through 11/26 while supplies last, and should be made within 72 hours of pick up.

Pogo’s Kitchen: Located on Amelia Island, Pogo’s Kitchen orders Thanksgiving Dinner To-Go. Pickup is usually the day before Thanksgiving.

Captain Jack’s Smokehouse:  Located on Amelia Island, Captain Jack’s Smokehouse usually offers a to-go Thanksgiving dinner. In past years, they have offered individual plates as well as a la carte family-style. As of this article’s writing, they have not published their Thanksgiving dinner offerings. However, you can check their website in November for more information.

Omaha Steaks: Do you prefer to have your meal shipped to you? Omaha Steaks offers various Thanksgiving meal packages. You can choose from a pre-assembled package, or even create your own package.

Local Restaurants

The Omni Resort: Located on Amelia Island, Omni Resorts offers a variety of dining options for Thanksgiving Day, as well as fall crafts and activities. Reservations are recommended at many of their restaurants.

Ritz-Carlton Amelia Island: Both Salt and Coast at the Ritz-Carlton have traditionally offered Thanksgiving Day feasts. The Ritz-Carlton also offers a Thanksgiving Grand Feast in the ballrooms. Reservations are required for the restaurants and the Grand Feast. 

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