Carry Out Options for the Holidays

Wondering what to eat for Christmas, Kwanzaa or Hanukkah, but don’t feel like cooking? We’ve got you covered with these holiday carryout options.

The holidays may look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a great meal. There are many unique restaurants in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor that are sure to curb your cravings and help make your ChristmasKwanzaa and Hanukkah as special as ever. Check out the list below for some holiday carryout options for you and your family and help support a local business this holiday season. 

Bert’s Market Place

The holiday menu includes ham or turkey, mac and cheese, dressing, greens, yams and corn bread. 

Cork & Gabel

Holiday dinners feature Italian sausage, lasagna and meatballs, antipasto salad and cannolis. 

FOLK Detroit

This spot’s holiday feast is serves with smoked ham, veggies and biscuits. Serve a family in need option, as well. 

Gandy Dancer

Comes with prime rib, choice of salad, bread and choice of two sides. Add on a bottle of Cabernet or Chardonnay for $20.

Hazel, Ravens and Downtown

  • Address: 1 Peabody St., Birmingham
  • Phone: 248-671-1714
  • Cost: $15-$36/hors d’ouevres, $40-$180/dinners, $12-$65/a la carte, $19-$25/desserts, $29-$48/holiday spirits

Offers hors d’ouevres, fancy dinner options, desserts and more. Holiday spirits and wine available, too. 

J. Baldwins

Each package comes with your choice of entrée, choice of side, salad, choice of dessert and focaccia bread with pesto sauce. 

Lady of the House

  • Address: 1426 Bagley St., Detroit
  • Phone: 313-818-0218
  • Cost: $280/4-6 people/Hanukkah feast, $230/4-6 people/Holiday feast

Offers Hanukkah and Holiday feasts for you to pick up. Also, wine, cocktails and packaged beer for you to add to your order. A la carte options, too. 


Choose from vegetarian, seafood or meaty for your holiday meal. Has butcher bundles starting at $75.  

Nosh Pit Detroit

  • Address: 2995 Yemans St., Hamtramck
  • Phone: 313-486-0777
  • Cost: $15/Christmas morning box, $35/Christmas dinner box, $18/2 person/Cookie box, $45/6-person box

The vegan restaurant offers Christmas morning and Christmas dinner boxes along with a bunch of other dishes to choose from for your take-home meal. Has desserts, too. 

Penne Lane

Christmas package includes pot roast, ham, veggies, cheesy potatoes, fresh loaf of bread, more. Add-ons include pizza, pasta, chicken and lasagna. 

Polish Village Café

  • Address: 2990 Yemans St., Hamtramck
  • Phone: 313-874-5726
  • Cost: $80/Holiday family package, $15-$40/entrees, $15-$35/ potatoes and veggies

Has pierogis, potato pancakes, schnitzels, stuffed cabbages, kielbasa and more. 

Red Crown

Take and reheat meals for the holidays. Offers traditional and vegetarian meals, appetizers and desserts. Has a la carte items to purchase, too. 

San Morello

Enjoy an Italian spread from this authentic restaurant. Bottles of wine for sale, too.    

Stage Deli

“Chanukah for Four” includes roasted brisket or slow roasted chicken, soup and salad, broccoli and mini latkes. 

Testa Barra

Offers different holiday packages for you to choose from. Comes with a salad and focaccia bread. 

The Townsend Hotel

Pick up your Christmas meal for two. Includes prime rib, salad, mac and cheese, vegetables, dinner rolls and cheesecake. Holiday baked goods, afternoon tea, cocktails and wines to go available, as well. 

Zingerman’s Delicatessen

  • Address: 422 Detroit St., Ann Arbor 
  • Phone: 734-663-3400
  • Pricing: $50-$125/holiday platters, $18-$45/appetizers, $16-$18/meals to share, $11-$16/side dishes, $2-$25/breads, $7-$40/ desserts, $18-$24/Hanukkah dinners, $4-$8/sides

This place offers per person pricing on all holiday entrees. Dinner pick up for Hanukkah, too. 

Zingerman’s Roadhouse

  • Address: 2501 Jackson Ave., Ann Arbor
  • Phone: 734-663-3663
  • Cost: Chanukah Meals: $8/appetizers, $9-$12/salad, $18/two-piece/entrée  $25/4-piece; Christmas Meals: $75/2 people, $140/4 people for chicken and $20/lunch whitefish, $28/dinner whitefish

The Chanukah menu includes fried chicken, whitefish and corn dogs paired with salad and sweets. The Christmas to-go menu includes an entrée, two side and one dessert. Drinks, too. 

Do you know of other local spots offering holiday takeout options? Share them with us in the comments so we can add them to our list. 


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