2018 Thanksgiving Pre-Orders are Closed.

We will have whole birds and turkey parts available for walk-ins. (updated 11/14/18)

  • I need a turkey and I forgot to pre-order! Can you help?

Don’t worry, it happens to the best of us. We always order a few extra birds to have on hand just in case. However, these will be available on a strictly first-come, first-served basis. They cannot be reserved online or over the phone. Turkey availability (parts and whole) will be posted on the home page and updated frequently. There is no need to call. Just come by the shop and we can help.

  • I forgot to pre-order, and I want something that isn’t turkey for Thanksgiving.

We’ve got you covered. We will have a few extra hams and ducks on hand. We can also accommodate the odd standing beef rib roast or crown pork roast. Please email meat@fostersundry.com to inquire about non-turkey items for Thanksgiving. You can also phone the shop, but call volume will be high, and you may get a faster response by email. The best option though, as always, is to just drop by the shop. We have experienced butchers on hand at all times to answer any questions you may have.

  • When can I pick up my turkey?

Our turkeys will arrive at midday on Saturday 11/17. We’ll need a few hours to process and tag them, but anytime after 4PM should be fine. If you pre-ordered a bird, you will receive an email with specific pickup instructions. If you did not pre-order a bird, see the top of this page for more details.

  • Are you open on Thanksgiving?

You bet your ass we are. We’ll be open from 10AM to 2PM on Thanksgiving Day, 11/22. We will also have extended hours on Monday 11/19 and Tuesday 11/20. Please note we’ll be opening a little late on Friday 11/23 to give our staff some time to shake off their hangovers. See below for our Thanksgiving week hours:

Monday, 11/19: 8AM to 9PM
Tuesday, 11/20: 8AM to 9PM
Wednesday, 11/21: 8AM to 8PM
Thursday, 11/22: 10AM to 2PM
Friday, 11/23: 10AM to 8PM

  • How do I even cook this a Thanksgiving turkey anyway?

We’ve written an extensive Turkey Day FAQ to help you figure things out. You can find it here.