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Professional Help This Thanksgiving

Washington DC Dining DC

City living’s left you with a cool condo but only one oven this Thanksgiving, making it tough to cook up sides, a gigantic bird AND dessert. We’ve rounded up your best bets from area restaurants looking to help you out with a dish or dessert. They can’t, however, help with your in-laws. 

  • Sides: Serve flavor-blasted sides from Del Campo like chapa bread stuffing, burnt Brussels sprouts and canela candied yams. Place your order by 8pm on Sunday, Nov. 23.
  • The Main Event: Greek spit-roasted turkeys, cooked on Kapnos’ signature wood-fired rotisseries. They turn out so smoky you’ll swear it’s brisket before peeling back the foil. Place your order by Sunday, Nov. 23.
  • Dessert: Get your hands on Buttercream Bakeshop owner Tiffany MacIsaac’s premium pies at Ice Cream Jubilee in the Navy Yard. She’ll be popping up there Nov. 25 and 26 offering three choices, plus take-and-bake scones and cookie kits.