7 family meal deals to enjoy this Labor Day in Seattle

Sep 4 2020, 3:18 pm

Don’t waste your precious long weekend cooking, it’s totally okay to order in.

We also won’t judge you for picking up a full family meal for one person — it’s just economical!

This weekend, there are so many food options to pick from, ranging from two-person to four-person packages.

From full-on barbeque spreads to vegan bundles, here are seven places to order a family meal this Labor Day long weekend in Seattle.

Ben Paris

 

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Feast on barbeque baby back ribs, andouille sausage, marinated shrimp skewers, cornbread, apple fennel slaw, mac salad with house pickle, collard greens, apple hand pie, and carrot cake. Enjoy a meal for two for $75, or upgrade it to a feast for four for $135.

Location: 130 Pike Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-513-7303

Addo

 

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Purchase meals ready to cook for two from Addo. All you have to do is pop the disposable containers into the oven, throw the contents into a pot, or eat as is. The Labor Day Grill Pack for two costs $150 and comes with one pound of marinated flank steak, one pound bone-in sazon pork chop, one marinated spatchcocked chicken, 16 ounces roasted fingerling potatoes, 16 ounces heirloom tomato salad, 16 ounces roasted watermelon salad, two ears of miso-butter-marinated corn on the cob, peach cobbler, and a bottle of wine. Addo also serves up ready-to-cook meals for kids.

Location: 6420 24th Avenue NW, Seattle

Tilth

 

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Tilth is offering two Labor Day family meals, one consisting of bone-in pork chops with orange mostarda, and the other featuring sockeye salmon with smoked citrus butter. Those with dairy intolerances can opt for the food to be made dairy-free, while those with nut allergies can request for no nuts. The meal includes heirloom tomato caprese salad, herbed Fairhaven Mills polenta cakes, summer beans, and rice pudding.

Location: 1411 N 45th Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-633-0801

Drunky Two Shoes BBQ

 

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While they aren’t set family meals, Drunky Two Shoes BBQ sells all of their meats by the pound as well as family-sized sides available in a quart or half-pan. Pick between beef brisket, pork loin, pulled pork, pork belly bacon, rib tips, smoked salmon, smoked trout filet, chicken hindquarters, and pork ribs. For sides, enjoy coleslaw, potato salad, baked beans, and cornbread.

Location: 9655 16th Avenue SW, Seattle
Phone: 206-829-9540
Location: 4105 Leary Way NW, Seattle
Phone: 206-693-3962

Plum Bistro

 

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Don’t worry, vegans. We didn’t forget about you. Plum Bistro is serving up a family meal with a selection of their favorites. The meals are built for four and can be picked up at 5 pm daily. Due to limited availability, the Makini Family Meals should be pre-ordered online.

Location: 1429 12th Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-838-5333

Cask and Trotter

 

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Enjoy a $60 family meal with two pounds of meat, two sides, four corn breads, six buns, sweet and smoky, spicy, and caolina sauce, a house-made dessert, and bottle of house red wine. Cask and Trotter is allowing you to fully customize your meal, choosing between brisket, pork, pulled chicken, chicken thighs, pastrami, and portobello as well as mac and cheese, beans, succotash, coleslaw, creamy coleslaw, potato salad, garlic mashed potatoes, and no-bean chili.

Location: 711 Westlake Avenue N, Seattle
Phone: 206-453-4756

Mamnoon

 

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Enjoy a $40 meal for two including a selection of a meat or vegetarian entrée, a seasonal salad, and a rotating side. Pick from a range of Middle Eastern dishes that you’ll have to pick up on Saturday, as Mamnoon is closed Sunday and Monday.

Location: 1508 Melrose Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-906-9606

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