No matter how many make-ahead Thanksgiving side dishes you prepare and easy dinner recipes you print out, something's bound to go wrong. And for that reason, these stores are keeping their doors open on Turkey Day. Since hours vary by location, call your local store before running out to pick up your forgotten ingredients.
Since Fairway has been open for last-minute ingredients in the past, it's expected to be the same this year. Most stores stay open until 11 p.m. on a normal business day.
It's only 3 o'clock and you're already out of wine?! Send the hubs to Whole Foods Market, which is typically open until 10 p.m.
Hannaford's normal hours are from 6 a.m. until at least 11 p.m. so no matter what time you're eating dinner, this store is here to help.
So you burned the gravy ... it's all good, just head to Albertsons (usually open from 6 a.m. until at least 10 p.m.) to snag more before the guests arrive.
If your ambitious plan to make a triple-decker pumpkin-spice cake ends in a #PinterestFail, run to Walmart for another box of cake mix.
When you're five minutes away from Aunt Carol's house and you realize you left the stuffing at home, Safeway is here to help. The store's usual hours are between 6 a.m. and midnight.
Oh no, you ran out of butter! Go to Sprouts Farmers Market between 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. to grab a pack. Your rolls will thank you.
Real talk: If it weren't for Kroger being open (and some locations 24 hours a day!), Thanksgiving dinner might never get on the table.
Your sister forgot the pecan pie — again. Tell her to go to Wegmans, which is usually open from 6 a.m. until midnight, to redeem herself.
Thanksgiving Day or not, Target always comes to the rescue. The store was open from 6 p.m. to 12 a.m last year — so you can head there for some post-dinner shopping too!
In the unfortunate event that you forgot one very important ingredient, Ralphs typically opens at 5 a.m.
Consider Shaw's your go-to store for all things this Turkey Day, as long as it's during their regular business hours.
If your brother decides to bring his new girlfriend — and a few of her friends — without telling you, stop by Acme so you can double your recipes.
Sometimes that amazing green bean casserole recipe you found online doesn't come out like the picture. Don't fret: Stop & Shop has been open in the past if you need some more green beans.
Something to be grateful for this year: Winn-Dixie is open for any last-minute roll runs (usual hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.)
Midwesterners, rejoice: Cub Foods is opening its doors for any unexpected Turkey Day mishaps.
If your cousin reveals she's recently gone vegan, you can head to Vons for that meat-free dish you now have to put on the menu.