I know it's short notice, but we had a sudden serious illness in the family so our original plans went out the window. I've gone from getting to feed 40 people an awesome homemade meal to only having three people (including myself) who may not even end up having much of an appetite anyway.
I offered to cook anyway, but that's not really viable as we're going to be spending most of the day at hospice and basically taking just a short break to have a quiet dinner. I'd prefer something I can just pick up and take home to serve (or heat and serve). I looked into the obvious choices, but grocery store offerings seem likely to be pretty gross based on previous experiences with them and Boston Market's smallest offering is still too much food and worse, uses one of those gross turkey loaf things instead of a real bird. Eating at a restaurant would probably be okay. I'd prefer somewhere on either the west side, northwest side, or central Tucson because I really want to stay close to home and hospice.
Thanks in advance.