Where to get Thanksgiving Turkeys in Philadelphia.

Where to get Thanksgiving Turkeys in Philadelphia.
Dirbuno Bros. is one of the perfect places to prepare for your Thanksgiving dinner.

Dirbuno Bros. is one of the perfect places to prepare for your Thanksgiving dinner.

Thanksgiving is a time for family and festivity first and foremost. But it’s also a time for good eating, and the time to prepare that essential turkey dinner is right around the corner. Here’s a look at some places to go that have the perfect bird for you.

Fair Food Farmstead

Order from the Fair Food Farmstand and know that your Thanksgiving Turkey was raised on pasture by a local family farmer, and was fed only natural feed.

For each turkey you order there is a non-refundable $20 deposit. The balance of the cost of your turkey (based on weight) will be due upon pick up. You can pay by check, cash or credit card. If you do not pick up your Turkey you will be charged for the full amount of your order.

Pick-up your Pasture-Raised Thanksgiving Turkey between 9am and 6pm on Wednesday, November 26th at the Fair Food Farmstand (215-627-2029). The Farmstand is located inside the Reading Terminal Market (across from Metropolitan Bakery in the Northeast corner) in Center City Philadelphia (12th and Arch Sts.)
Fair Food Farmstead

DiBruno Bros.

DiBruno’s Bros. is always one of the leading gourmet markets to go to in Philadelphia. And they take it up a notch when preparing holiday dinners. Their catering department has plenty of essentials ready for you to order, including: Sweet Potato Gratin, Sausage Stuffing, Cranberry-Orange Relish, Honey Glazed Carrots, and 7′ Deep Dish Apple Pie. and their butcher has the perfect Turkey ,Braciola;A Boneless Roulade of Free Range Turkey Breast, Filled with Dark Meat, Turkey Sausage & Herbs, Roasted Slowly to Perfection, Sliced for your Convenience, Served with Chanterelle Giblet Gravy on the Side! and don’t forget to pick up some cheese.
Dibruno Bros Thanksgiving

Godshall’s Poultry LLC

Easily one of the finest places to go for locally raised poultry in Philadelphia. On any given day you come across chicken, goose, duck, quail, other game birds; and of course some pretty huge turkeys. But at Godshall’s you can get that turkey in any way imaginable; whether it be the whole bird, ground, sausage, scrapple, or pepperoni! and since it’s a part of the Reading Terminal Market, it’s surrounded by plenty of other good places to get your Thanksgiving fixings.
Godschall\’s Poultry

Giunta’s Prime Shop

Another incredible butcher at the Reading Terminal Market. Giunta’s specializes itself in selling all-natural, grass fed and hormone-free meats and poultry, plus homemade sausages. But they also occasionally carry harder to find meats like Turducken, especially during the holidays. So it’s the perfect place to go if your looking to do a little something different.
Giunta’s Prime Shop

Farmers Markets

Probably not the first place you’d consider, but the Farmers Markets around Philly might just be some of the best places to prepare your Thanksgiving dinner. Especially when their organized by the likes of The Food Trust and Headhouse Farmer’s Markets. Whether its Clark Park Farmers’ Market, Fairmount Farmers’ Market, Broad & South Farmers’ Market, or one of the many others throughout the city you’re bound to find some great vendors. and spots like Griggstown Quail Farm, Mountain View Poultry, and Country Meadow Farms will be on hand to take turkey orders for the holidays. and the markets will also have plenty of fresh baked pies!
Food Trust


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