So, I had to work on Thanksgiving, and I wanted to have a traditional dinner without making it myself. I went online and found that Jaybirds was serving the Turkey Dinner. I went there at 11 a.m., Thanksgiving Day to order carry-out. The server/hostess told me that the price was $30. I said, "Wow, is it a buffet?" She told me it was not. I said, "That's a lot for a (single) turkey dinner." She told me that Jaybirds' food was all homemade, nothing frozen, with very generous portions. In other words, it would be worth the price. I said, "O.K., it's a holiday; let's do it." What an utter disappointment. The turkey came from a turkey roll....in other words, lunchmeat... cold cuts... And, it was so infused with....whatever was used....that all I could taste was salt and maybe... poultry seasoning..? For $30, I could not believe the turkey did not even come from a fresh carved turkey. The potatoes were half-mashed. The green beans had much too large pieces of fatty, rubbery bacon in them. And, the slice of pumpkin pie was more like a half of a slice of pie. The pecan stuffing was good. The service was good except for the lack of honesty. It's not the server's fault; I'm sure she was just repeating what she was told. But, let the buyer beware, and let this be a lesson learned. After all, I could have purchased a real 10-pound turkey prepared with all the trimmings from Publix for $40. I could have purchased a filet mignon from Conrad's for $21. I could have had a buffet for $19.95. The worst part is that the bad taste left in my mouth did not come from the food, but rather, from the feeling of being scammed.