Buca di Beppo Thanksgiving Feast – A Holiday Meal without the Mess

 

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Buca di Beppo® for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.


I love Thanksgiving. I love it because my whole extended family comes together for four days of fun starting on Thanksgiving Day. Most of the time, we have not seen each other all year, and every second is precious. Unfortunately, preparing the Thanksgiving meal is an all day process that keeps the women busy cooking and cleaning up. How great would it be if someone else took care of the cooking and clean up and all that extra time could be spent with family? With the Buca di Beppo Thanksgiving feast, that is possible. Let them do all the work, and you get a delicious meal without all the mess.

The Buca di Beppo Thanksgiving Feast

 

On Thanksgiving Day,  Buca di Beppo will open at 11 am, offering all of their regular authentic family style Italian dished as well as a wide range of traditional Thanksgiving dinner items with an Italian twist as well. Choose from sliced white meat turkey or hickory-smoked ham and all the fixings including homestyle gravy, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, spicy Italian sausage stuffing, green beans, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie!

There are two ways to take advantage of the Buca di Beppo Thanksgiving Feast. You can make your Thanksgiving reservations ahead of time and come in to enjoy a delicious holiday meal in the restuarant a small serves 3 for $53.99 and a large serves 6 for $98.99. Or, pre-order a curbside pick-up with one of the Buca di Beppo Thanksgiving Feast Party Plans in Half Pans that serve up to 10 for $159.99 and Full Pans that serve up to 20 for $299.99.


It’s that easy, just make a reservation or order your meal ahead of time, and let someone else do all of the work this Thanksgiving!

Win a Buca di Beppo Thanksgiving Feast!

On lucky Life With 4 Boys winner is going to win a free Buca di Beppo turkey feast for themselves!

To enter, just leave a comment below letting me know your favorite Thanksgiving experience! 

Be sure to leave your email or a way to contact you should you win. Giveaway ends 11/25 at 2pm EST. Check out this link for full Contest Rules.


This giveaway is now ended.
Congrats to Karen D.

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44 Comments

  1. I love pumpkin pie so my favorite experience is having pumpkin pie for breakfast on Friday. ighmeg at yahoo dot com

  2. Most of my favorite Thanksgivings were when I was young and we were visiting my grandparents. Now it is difficult to get everyone together that way.

  3. It was the year after my mom passed – i was sad and in a panic over what to do with just me and my daughter. My aunt then came up to spend the holiday with us. It is now tradition and we keep adding on with family and friends joining us!

  4. Thanks for the giveaway…my favorite Thanksgiving experience was the first time my newly married sister hosted our family’s get-together; naturally, she cooked the turkey without removing the plastic bag that contained the giblets, making it inedible. We ordered out for Chinese food & ate it with the side dishes, which were delicious.

  5. last year i thought i missed Thanksgiving because of work. My friend (and coworker) and I came home to our friends having saved us Thanksgiving leftovers and we all had a vegan (the cook is vegan) turkey dinner and pie. It was so sweet to be thought of.

    xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

  6. My favorite Thanksgiving experience is all my family getting together and enjoying each other's company.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

  7. One year i had a turkey hat that i had everyone get pictures taken. the next year i used those pictures as the place settings it was a lot of fun and so original.

  8. my favorite Thanksgiving experience has been these last few holidays since I've been away (moved to another state) It just seems to mean more when I finally come back to my mom's house and celebrate with the rest of the family. I guess growing up I took Thanksgiving for granted.

    Kathryn C
    kacor7 (AT) hotmail (DOT) com

  9. Thanksgiving is always a great time at my parents' house. My mom, sister, and I bake lots of yummy pies and my Dad and I was football together. It's always a lot of fun and a great way for us all to bond.

  10. Eating my grandmother's fabulous home-made cornbread stuffing with gravy was a favorite childhood Thanksgiving experience.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

  11. My favorite Thanksgiving experience is celebrating with my family and friends when everyone brought some homemade food

    elena150980 at yahoo dot com

  12. The year I spent Thanksgiving with my Aunt, Uncle and cousins at Sea World while they visited Orlando (and I was attending college in Florida) was definitely memorable! This one will be a great one, too, as it's the first Thanksgiving my daughter will spend with my parents, and the first Thanksgiving we've shared together (due to work moves) in 8 years!

    lmclockedile at gmail dot com

  13. I love Thanksgiving, it is such a heartwarming time of year. People are just nicer to each other. I wish we all treated each other this well year round! My favorite memories are ongoing, of the family getting together and all sharing stories and helping eachother with dinner! <3

    moonandstars0311@yahoo.com

  14. I love when we live in Puerto Rico and all our families reunite and eat together. I really miss my grandpa and all the funny things he used to say and all those pictures he take every time the family get together 😀

  15. Several years ago, I was working in a research hospital. There were young doctors and scientists from all over the world working there. Many had no family in the area, so my family invited whoever wanted to come to join us for Thanksgiving in our home. We had a connection at work and had the opportunity to eat together, have some ethnic dishes donated by some of the attendees as well, and meet their little families. We had the best time ever and my kids learned a lot about other cultures.

  16. My very first Thanksgiving after I moved away from home and my family came to visit me for the holiday. I had never prepared an entire holiday meal by myself for so many people. I made dish after dish after dish and had them all laid out on the sideboard so everyone could help themselves. Everything was perfect. Or so I thought. When carving the turkey I discovered that I had cooked the turkey with the bag of giblets and neck and such still inside. We all had a good laugh. Still. Best Thanksgiving ever! missiefaye at yahoo dot com

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