There’s no shortage of restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner in Knoxville. There’s probably a restaurant near you offering a special Thanksgiving meal. From buffets to prix fixe menus, there’s something for everyone.
Stopping by any one of the restaurants on this list can be a way to have a great Thanksgiving dinner without all the cooking.
9 convenient locations in Knoxville
If you’re worried about not being able to get a Thanksgiving meal this year, don’t fret. The people at Calhoun’s understand the importance of a nice holiday meal.
Calhoun’s offers holiday feed packs from November 22 to January 1. Order your turkey or prime rib with a range of delicious sides. The packs also come with cheesecake for dessert. Just make sure to order it 48 hours before pickup.
And don’t worry if you want to dine in—they’ll be open on Thanksgiving Day from 10 am to 8 pm!
7316 Kingston Pike, Knoxville
Copper Cellar West serves some of the best Thanksgiving dinners in town. It is a popular holiday dining spot among locals.
Their buffet is open from 10 am to 8 pm on Thanksgiving Day, but if you can’t make it, don’t worry! They’ll still serve up all your favorite dishes from 5 pm to 11 pm on the day after Thanksgiving.
900 Merchant Drive, Knoxville
Head to Austin’s Steak & Homestyle Buffet for one of the most satisfying Thanksgiving dinners. You’ll enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal without all the hassles!
Austin’s Steak & Homestyle Buffet serves a three-course Thanksgiving feast with various traditional dishes. Guests can enjoy pot roast, the ranger, and different beverage options. And if you have any dietary restrictions, they can accommodate you.
6838 Chapman Hwy, Knoxville
Ye Olde Steak House is the Thanksgiving spot for football lovers. This cozy, casual restaurant serves up flame-grilled steaks and housemade desserts. It’s been voted “Best Steaks” by Cityview Magazine’s “2021 Best of the Best,” and we think you’ll love it!
The restaurant is a local favorite, and it’s a great place to take your visiting friends and family this Thanksgiving. It’s especially well-known to University of Tennessee Football fans. Whether you are a football fan or not, you will get an enjoyable holiday dinner at this restaurant.
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