These restaurants will be open on Thanksgiving so you don't have to cook

If you don’t feel like cooking, you’ll be happy to know some restaurants are open for Thanksgiving.

Take it from Good Housekeeping and Delish. If you want breakfast before the big feast, head to IHOP, Denny’s, or Waffle House.

You can even have a classic turkey dinner at Denny’s. Or fill up in the morning hours before Black Friday begins.

Boston Market will do it all for you. Just order a kit by 11/19 and Thanksgiving dinner will be delivered to your door.

It’s virtually the same deal with Cracker Barrel. Order your feast ahead of time, pick it up, then all you have to do is heat and serve.

Certain Applebee’s locations are offering a Thanksgiving meal. However, if you want a burger instead of a bird, select Ruby Tuesday locations will serve their normal menu. 

Of course, call your favorite restaurant to check on hours.

The best part of dining out? Not having to wash any dishes.

RELATED: The best and worst Thanksgiving foods for your health

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The best and worst Thanksgiving foods for your health

BEST: White turkey meat

Nutrition (per 3 oz. serving): 115 calories and 7 grams of fat

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WORST: Dark turkey meat

Nutrition (per 3 oz. serving): 160 calories and 11 grams of fat

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BEST: Green bean casserole

Nutrition (per 3/4 cup serving): 161 calories, 9 g fat 

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WORST: Sweet potato casserole

Nutrition (per 3/4 cup serving): 285 calories, 5 g fat 

BEST: Dinner roll with dollop of butter

Nutrition (1 roll): 140 calories and 4.5 g fat

WORST: Stuffing

Nutrition (per 3/4 cup serving): 371 calories and 19 g of fat 

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BEST: Gravy

Nutrition (per 1/4 cup serving): 30 calories and 1.5 g fat

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WORST: Cranberry jelly

Nutrition (per 1/4 cup serving): 110 calories and 0 g fat

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BEST: Pumpkin pie

Nutrition (per slice -- 1/8 of a 9 inch pie): 316 calories and 14 g of fat

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WORST: Apple pie

Nutrition (per slice -- 1/8 of a 9 inch pie): 411 calories and 19 g of fat

BEST: Brussel sprouts 

Nutrition (per 1 cup serving): 56 calories and 4 g protein

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WORST: Mashed potatoes with whole milk and margarine

Nutrition (per 1 cup serving): 237 calories and 9 g of fat

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BEST: Cooked spinach

Nutrition (per 1 cup serving): 41 calories and 5 g of protein

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WORST: Corn bread

Nutrition (1 piece -- around 60 oz.): 198 calories and 9 g of fat

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BEST: Corn with a pat of butter

Nutrition (per 1 cup serving): 95 calories and 5 g of fiber

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WORST: Mac and cheese

Nutrition (per 1 cup of serving): 310 calories and 9 g of fat

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