Bob Evans: The “Farmhouse Feast” special will be available for purchase in three different varieties and will be ready to serve at your home in two hours.

 

Boston Market: No matter what you’re craving on Turkey Day, the restaurant offers a slew of choices.  You can preorder and pickup ready-to-serve entrees and sides, order a pre-cooked meal straight to your door, have them cater a full, hot feast for groups of ten or more, or just drop in for a meal at Boston Market itself.

 

Cracker Barrel: Guests can call ahead to order up the chain’s classic Heat n’ Serve Holiday Family Meal Thanksgiving meal kit to go, or drop by for a dine-in meal.

 

Denny’s: Open 24/7, 365 days a year, the diner will be serving up turkey dishes as well as holiday-centric pancakes in addition to their wide selection of everyday fare. Even better, if you live in a delivery zone, you can get your favorite Thanksgiving grub hot, without leaving the house.

 

Golden Corral: Guests can dig into a $17 Thanksgiving buffet featuring turkey, ribs, ham, cornbread stuffing, sweet potato casserole, and more. Kids can score a special meal starting at $7, too.

 

IHOP: The famed pancake house will be open, according to People; operating hours varying by location.

 

Legal Sea Foods: The restaurant will be serving up both seafood and traditional Thanksgiving fare, and reservations are recommended.

 

Ruby Tuesday: The chain’s hours will vary by location, Business Insider reports.

 

Ruth’s Chris Steak House: The steakhouse is serving up a $39.95, three-course Thanksgiving dinner, as well takeout meal options, too.

 

TGI Fridays: The restaurant will not offer a Thanksgiving menu, but instead a Holiday Feast promotion, a company spokesperson said.

 

Waffle House: Another chain open 24/7, 365 days a year.