Top List of Dallas Restaurants With 2021 Christmas Dinner Take-Out

In the post-pandemic world, the new standard for Dallas restaurants and vacation dining is to include a take-out option. Meals on site are festive and traditional, but there is a whole sector of diners who have become accustomed to take out and delivery, and the restaurants are up to this challenge.

Here’s who’s offering take-out Christmas meals:

Dickey’s barbecue pit. Two packages include the complete feast (for 10 to 12 people) or the dinner for the feast (for 8 to 10 people) to reheat and eat with a choice of spiral-cut ham, smoked turkey, Cajun fried turkey, prime rib of beef. pepper and garlic or traditional prime rib, sides, sauce, rolls and dessert. Order in line or via the Dickey app.

Eatzi market and bakery. Christmas specials include fried macaroni and cheese, mini crab cakes, glazed ham, turkey breast, Rosewood Ranch Smoked Wagyu prime rib roast with a black pepper crust, Brussels sprouts with maple and cranberries, lobster macaroni and cheese, mashed sweet potatoes, Christmas log mocha, bourbon pecan pie and plate of Christmas cookies. Order by December 23 for a December 18-24 pickup. Items can also be picked up at all stores December 18-24, subject to availability. Eatzi’s will be closed on Christmas Day.

Elm & Bon. The Feliz Navidad inspired South of the Border dinner includes a plate of Christmas enchiladas with 3 turkey enchiladas with red chili or 3 cheeses from Oaxaca with green chili ($ 12). Sides cost $ 6 and include a lettuce salad, Anasazi borracho beans, cilantro rice and Mexican vanilla flan ($ 6) Order by December 24 at 5 p.m. online or at 469-498- 2525, for pickup on December 24 from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Pies by the fireside. The Christmas take-out menu includes baked ham with chili and honey and exclusive Firesides lasagna, served with green beans tomatillos with almonds, Mexican street corn, caramelized mashed potatoes with sage, bread to Garlic Parmesan Yeast, Cranberry Mojo, White Chocolate Cranberry Bread Pudding with Maker’s Mark Butterscotch Sauce or Crispy Apple and Cream Cheese Honey Pie with Aged Balsamic Vinegar .Price: $ 195. Order before December 19 at 3 p.m. Send an email to [email protected]

Golden Corral. Holiday meals to go include a choice of turkey or glazed ham with mashed potatoes, gravy, cornbread stuffing, cranberry sauce, yeast buns, an extra side (buttered corn, green beans , macaroni and cheese, steamed carrots or sweet potato casserole) and choice of pumpkin or pecan pie. $ 80, feeds 6-8. Order by December 21, pick up on Christmas Eve.

Kuluntu Bakery. The Oak Cliff Cottage Bakery makes a great Christmas bake with seasonal pastries and sourdough breads, including cranberry, orange and nut sourdough bread ($ 13), chocolate babka and l ‘maple ($ 16), gingerbread cake with bourbon cream cheese frosting ($ 45), peppermint crisp pie, a South African dessert that looks like iced cake ($ 25) and a Holiday treat box ($ 60) with South African goodies including chocolate and oatmeal cookies, “biscotti” biscotti, crispy peppermint fudge and chutney. Order in line before December 16 at 10 p.m. for pickup on December 23 from 4 to 7 p.m.

Logan’s Roadhouse. The 4-pound prime rib or turkey breast feast comes with a family-sized house salad, two sides, a dozen yeast buns and a Mississippi brownie. $ 100, serves 6-8. Order online.

Loro Dallas. The Christmas menu package includes butternut squash and onion soup, kale and Asian pear salad, honey miso glazed carrots, candied marbled potatoes, smoked porchetta, mango bread pudding. $ 190, for 4 to 6 people. Order in line by December 23 for pickup on December 23 and 24. 214-883-4983.

The Ritz Carlton, Dallas. Christmas To-Go includes mashed potatoes with truffles, prime rib and a sticky caramel pudding. Order before December 16 at 12 p.m., pick up on December 23, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. $ 475, feeds up to 10. Email [email protected] 214-922-4783

Soulman’s Bar-B-Que. The traditional holiday meal includes smoked turkey or spiral-sliced ​​holiday ham, with cornbread dressing, green beans, mashed potatoes, buns and cranberry sauce. $ 135, for 10 to 12 people. The new Soulful Holiday Meal features sliced ​​brisket and sausage with mac and cheese, ranch beans and buns for $ 150, for 10 to 12 people. The Cajun fried turkey deep-fried in peanut oil costs $ 85.

12 Steakhouse Cups. The holiday package includes empanadas and cheese bread, beef tenderloin, pork chop, 12-slice salad, broccolini, mashed potatoes and a homemade Brazilian flan or chocolate cake. Order in line by December 23 at 12:00 p.m. for pickup by December 25 at the latest.

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