5 places to get vegetarian and vegan Thanksgiving meals, sides in metro Atlanta

Looking for a Thanksgiving meal to go, hold the turkey? These metro Atlanta restaurants and catering services have you covered.

B.A.D. Gyal Vegan. Celebrate the holiday with B.A.D. Gyal’s Holiday Hotbox for four ($299.99). The package includes the eatery’s Voxtail with gravy, Baddie BBQ Ribs and sides like coconut rice and peas and Baked Mac and Jeeze. Also look for a la carte mains and sides including ackee spring rolls, curry skrimp and Sweet Baddie Yams.

4064 Flowers Road, Doraville. badgyalvegan.com/

Bhojanic. Give your Thanksgiving meal an Indian twist with Bhojanic’s package for four to six ($200) or eight ($300). Replace the turkey with a tandoori jackfruit, plus vegetarian sides including mushroom tikka masala mac and cheese, masala roasted fingerling potatoes and fenugreek and cornbread stuffing.

739 Lambert Drive, Atlanta. 404-841-8472, bhojanic.com/menus

Cafe Sunflower. Get the traditional Thanksgiving meal without the meat or dairy with Cafe Sunflower’s Thanksgiving to go ($50 per person). Get roasted soy turkey plus sides including herb mashed potatoes, stuffing with winter root vegetables and braised green beans. Orders must be placed by 9 p.m. Nov. 22 for pickup from noon-9 p.m. on Nov. 24.

2140 Peachtree Road, Atlanta. 404-352-8859, cafesunflower.com/

Happy Seed. Vegan pop-up Happy Seed (with a brick-and-mortar coming soon) is offering plant-based holiday ham, chocolate pie and mac and cheese ($30 each) for the holiday. Orders must be placed by Nov. 21 for pickup Nov. 24 at 128 E. Andrews Drive NW in Buckhead.


Papi Ali’s. The newly-opened vegan Latin eatery is offering a variety of a la carte plant-based sides for your Thanksgiving meal including creamy mushroom polenta ($30), roasted vegetables ($25), broccoli casserole ($30) and jackfruit pot pie ($35) plus desserts including sweet potato pie and pumpkin pie (both $25). Pickup on Nov. 22.

2323 Main St., Tucker. 470-575-6423, papialis.square.site/

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