Local Places to Shop for Your Thanksgiving Meal

There are many parts to a Thanksgiving meal; the turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, veggies, and of course, dessert. Here are some local places in Pittsburgh to pick up all the ingredients you will need. 

Strip District Meats

What better place to get your Thanksgiving turkey or ham than at a place with any type of meat you could imagine? Make sure to place your order early so they don’t run out! For their whole list of meats, check out their website.

Parma Sausage

Stop by our lovely neighbors to pick out some sausage. Put it in your stuffing, or prepare a pre-dinner charcuterie board for your guests to snack on before the big meal.  

parma sausage

Source: Parma Sausage

East End Food Co-Op

For fresh and local produce, stop by the East End Food Co-Op. Whether you want green beans, brussels sprouts, or a fresh salad, they’ll have all your veggie needs. Plus, lots of other groceries, like cheeses to go with your Parma Sausage and the makings for cranberry sauce. 

co-op produce

Source: East End Food Co-Op

Mancini’s

While down in the Strip picking up your turkey from Strip District Meats, stop into Mancini’s for the perfect side of dinner rolls. And, if you plan on making your own stuffing, pick up some fresh bread to use.

mancinis dinner rolls

Source: Mancini's

The Pie Place

It’s all in the name. Get your pumpkin, apple, pecan, or any other type of pie you could want from The Pie Place. If pie isn’t your thing, they have other desserts like cakes, cookies, and cheesecakes. For their whole menu, click here

the pie place

Source: Grubhub

Let Someone Else Do the Cooking!

If cooking isn’t your thing or you’d rather spend the holiday relaxing, there are many places around the city that offer a full meal catering option or even a dine-in Thanksgiving Dinner.  

Square Cafe offers a full Thanksgiving meal to take home and enjoy.

Grand Concourse has a Thanksgiving buffet and requires no cooking at all!

Gateway Clipper is perfect option for both  dinner and a boat ride around Pittsburgh's three rivers.

Walnut Grill serves a dine-in meal, or you can enjoy Thanksgiving at home and order a full take-out meal.

Fairmont Pittsburgh has multiple sized meals to order and pick-up in time for the holiday

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