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Thanksgiving emergency? RSVP Catering is here to help

Maybe you’ve got the Thanksgiving turkey down to a science but those pesky side dishes bedevil you, or a small army of family members suddenly remembered to accept your invitation to Thanksgiving dinner but you only planned for half that number.

Don’t sweat it: RSVP Catering, one of the region’s premier catering services, will bring whatever you need in whatever quantity to your door.

RSVP Catering’s Thanksgiving 2021 home delivery program is designed for the full holiday dinner, but not everyone needs everything to make the day special for everyone at the table. That’s why RSVP Catering is making things easy: You can order online from the menu á la carte to create a customized meal plan.

RSVP Catering’s renowned chefs provide a choice of turkey methods — traditional herb roasted or Cajun-fried (and if you’ve never had the opportunity, you might want to take a chance) — in family style meals that can feed five or 10. The smaller option is $150 and the large meal is $280, and includes four delicious side dishes, homemade challah, and sweet potato biscuits.

When ordering á la carte, you can have delivered as much or as little as you need. Choose from creamy mashed potatoes, sage and turkey sausage cornbread stuffing, crisp winter green bean salad, maple-sherry roasted carrots, cavatappi pasta and gruyere mac and cheese, grilled sweet potatoes, charred brussels, and fall harvest salad. Many of the options are gluten free, as are both turkey dishes.

Optional dessert offerings, which feed eight to 10 guests, brings to the table apple crisp cheesecake, bourbon pecan praline pie, marshmallow pumpkin pie and pear cranberry crisp.

Browse the full Thanksgiving dinner details and remember to place your order by Monday, November 22.

Place your order online, email RSVP Catering at [email protected], or call 703-573-8700.

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