Urban Plates Thanksgiving: Spend time with your family, not your kitchen - Food & Beverage Magazine

Urban Plates Thanksgiving: Spend time with your family, not your kitchen

This year, Thanksgiving is all about gathering safely and spending quality time with loved ones, making up for time spent apart. Urban Plates prides itself on providing high-quality, healthy meals at affordable prices using only the finest, sustainable ingredients possible. Not to mention, everything is made from scratch daily, making it easy for the home cook to impress their Thanksgiving guests. Spend more time with your family, not your kitchen! Urban Plates is full speed ahead with a plethora of offerings for both takeout and dine-in, taking the stress from cooking and preparing away. 


Urban Plates
 – Takeout and Dine-In 

Dine-In: Urban Plates is open on Thanksgiving Day from 11:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. Enjoy a Turkey Plate on one of the expansive outdoor patios (which have space heaters if it’s chilly). Priced at $19.95, the Turkey Plate includes a full meal of Herb-roasted turkey breast, stuffing, gravy, cranberry relish, bread, and one side. Served hot and ready to eat. Available 11/23 – 11/25 

 

Takeout: Urban Plates’ Thanksgiving catering packages feature antibiotic-free, non-GMO, free-range turkey and organic produce, with all dishes made from scratch, in-house (no commissary kitchens or mass delivered frozen foods). So essentially, you can get the same scratch-cooked meal one might have made at home for the holidays, with just as much flavor, care, and attention to detail and minus all the work and prep it takes. All orders can be reserved online. Urban Plates’ affordable, made-from-scratch Thanksgiving menu includes:  

·       Turkey Family Feast ($139, serves 6-8) – antibiotic and hormone-free herb-roasted cage-free turkey breast, mushroom stuffing, gravy, cranberry relish, artisan bread, choice of two sides. Provided fully cooked and chilled, with heating instructions. Quantities limited (we sold out last year). Must pre-order by 11/20. Pick up on 11/23 or 11/24. 

·       Turkey Family Meal ($79, serves 4) – Herb-roasted turkey breast, stuffing, roasted brussels sprouts, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry relish, rustic bread. Served hot and ready to eat. Available 11/23 – 11/25 

·       Family Sides To-Go ($14.95 per qt, serves 3-4) – roasted brussels sprouts with turkey bacon, mushroom stuffing, mashed organic potatoes, rainbow carrots & golden beets, macaroni & cheese, and roasted old bay potatoes 

·       Turkey Plate ($19.95, serves 1) – Herb-roasted turkey breast, stuffing, gravy, cranberry relish, bread, choice of side. Served hot and ready to eat; available 11/23 – 11/25 

·       Scratch-Made Whole Desserts ($19.95-$48, serves 10-12; made in-house by Urban Plates’ pastry chefs) – New apple pie (available 11/23-11/25 only), mango tart, flourless chocolate cake, chocolate vanilla layer cake, and Hummingbird Cake 

 

About Urban Plates 

 

Urban Plates began in 2011 with a single restaurant in Del Mar, California; there are currently 16 locations, with more to come in 2022. Headquartered in Solana Beach, CA, the brand has locations throughout San Diego, Orange County, and the greater Los Angeles area, with additional restaurants in Northern California. Urban Plates’ expansive menu items are made fresh in-house, from scratch, every day and feature clean (organic whenever and as much as possible) ingredients. Recipes feature GMO-, antibiotic-, and hormone-free, grass-fed, and grass-finished steak; line-caught tuna; sustainably sourced seafood; and humanely raised and sourced, cage-free, hormone-free chicken. The group works exclusively with farmers and ranchers that meet its ethical and environmental standards. With menus that include gluten-free, plant-based, dairy-free, pescatarian, low-carb, or any combination of the above, Urban Plates is committed to bringing craveable variety and honest value to its guests. Visit the brand online at www.urbanplates.com, or follow on InstagramFacebookTikTok, and Twitter. 

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