Della Terra, a Snohomish farm-to-table catering business, is offering a full Thanksgiving meal with hearty Pacific Northwest entrees, seasonal sides and a farmers market salad. (Joanna Monger Photography)

Della Terra, a Snohomish farm-to-table catering business, is offering a full Thanksgiving meal with hearty Pacific Northwest entrees, seasonal sides and a farmers market salad. (Joanna Monger Photography)

Thanksgiving Day: Snohomish County restaurants open for dine-in or takeout

These Snohomish County restaurants are offering Thanksgiving meals for dine-in or takeout.

Don’t have the time, cooking skills or willpower to knock out a full Thanksgiving spread this year? These Snohomish County restaurants can take it from here.

Check out The Daily Herald’s running list of local eateries offering dine-in or takeout Thanksgiving meals.

Dine-in options:

Shawn O’Donnell’s American Grill and Irish Pub, 122 128th St. SE, Everett

As part of the Everett restaurant’s tradition (and an optional day for their crew), Shawn O’Donnell’s is serving a full Thanksgiving dinner for either dine-in or takeout. The eatery will serve a choice of herb-roasted turkey, salmon or london broil, with sides like colcannon (Irish mashed potatoes), salted caramel yams, traditional sausage dressing and a choice of dessert. Wash it down with a cranberry mimosa, hot buttered bourbon, mulled wine, Irish coffee and more.

The restaurant is open for seating from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reservations are highly encouraged. Call 425-338-5700 to book.

Takeout options are also available but limited, so order soon. All you have to do is pick it up and reheat your meal. A feast for five costs $110, and you can add on dessert for $20 to $30. To order from the takeout menu, visit:

The Keg, 18110 Alderwood Mall Parkway, Lynnwood

The Keg is serving a three-course Thanksgiving turkey dinner for $38 per person, available for dine-in or take out. Start with a salad, then a full turkey meal with stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes, maple glazed carrots, cranberry sauce and gravy. Finish with cheesecake topped with pumpkin caramel drizzle.

Take home the full meal for four people ($152) or six ($228). Call 425-778-0900 to inquire, and visit to book.

Take-out only options:

Trails End Taphouse & Restaurant, 511 Maple Ave., Snohomish

Trails End is offering a full Thanksgiving meal for $55 per person, at a two-person minimum ordering requirement. The full meal does not include dessert.

You can also order items a la carte, with each item serving up to eight people. A la carte options include sliced turkey ($75), turkey gravy ($35), cranberry sauce ($30), mashed potatoes ($40), milk rolls ($30), green bean casserole ($50), stuffin’ muffins ($55), 8-inch pumpkin cheesecake or 8-inch peanut butter pie ($30 each), or a 12-inch pumpkin cheesecake or 12-inch peanut butter pie ($40.)

Dinners can be picked up on Nov. 23. Visit to order. Email with any questions.

Tablas Woodstone Taverna, Edmonds, Mill Creek and Arlington locations

Tablas Woodstone Taverna’s Edmonds, Mill Creek and Arlington locations are offering a “Reheat n’ Serve” Thanksgiving meal kit for $53 per person, with a four-person minimum requirement ($212). The kit includes roasted turkey breast, turkey leg confit and sliced honey glazed ham for mains, sides like four-cheese baked mac, vanilla yam puree, garlic mashed potatoes, country gravy, brioche truffle stuffing, bacon jam fried brussels sprouts, orange cranberry sauce and rolls with honey butter. Add on an apple pie for $16.

Three pick-up locations are available: Demetris Woodstone Taverna, 101 Main St., Edmonds (425-744-9999); Kafe Neo, 7705 204th St. NE, Arlington (360-322-6943); and Kafe Neo, 15130 Main St., Mill Creek (425-357-0512).

Pre-order by Nov. 22 and pick up your order on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. To order, call or visit

Scott’s Bar & Grill, 8115 Lake Ballinger Way, Edmonds

Scott’s Bar & Grill is offering a turkey meal for $105 or a prime rib meal for $130. Each one can feed three to four people. The turkey family meal includes sliced dark and white meat, gravy, apple sausage stuffing, green beans, mashed potatoes, an orange cranberry compote, house bread and pumpkin pie. Or get a single-serving turkey meal for $32. The prime rib family meal includes herb-crusted prime rib, house au jus, grilled asparagus, mashed potatoes and house bread. Add on a whole key lime pie for $30.

Pick up your order at the Edmonds restaurant on Nov. 23 between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., or Nov. 24 between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Place your order by 4 p.m. on Nov. 18. To order, call 425-775-2561 or visit

Della Terra, pick up at Swan Trail Farms — 7301 Rivershore Road, Snohomish

Della Terra, a farm-to-table caterer based in Snohomish, is offering a holiday feast at $150 to $180 for two to three people, or $300 to $350 for four to six people. For the main, choose between citrus and herb roasted turkey, red wine and fig braised beef short ribs or bacon wrapped pork tenderloin. All orders include Della Terra stuffing with rosemary focaccia and Tuscan sausage, roasted seasonal vegetables, farmers market salad and creamy mashed potatoes. Orders come fully cooked and are ready to heat and serve for your gathering.

Pick up your order at 7301 Rivershore Road, Snohomish.

Della Terra recommends ordering soon before all their pre-orders are “gobbled up.” To order, visit:

Navi’s Catering Kitchen, 5903 196th St. SW, Lynnwood

Navi’s Catering Kitchen, a full-service caterer based in Lynnwood, is offering a Thanksgiving menu for $65 per person. Each order includes a pick-two choice of herb roasted turkey, honey glazed ham or savory acorn squash harvest, a choice of three sides, dessert, and dinner rolls with honey butter, turkey gravy and cranberry jelly. Orders close Nov. 19 at midnight.

Pick up your order at 5903 196th St. SW, Lynnwood.

To order, call 425-712-0312 or visit: Main website:

Correction: This story previously stated that Kate’s Greek & American Deli would be open on Thanksgiving Day. Kate’s will be closed on Nov. 24.

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