Thanksgiving dinner in Toronto traditionally features turkey, but if a home-cooked meal isn't in your cards, you're not out of luck. Leave it to the professionals to prepare your feast and spend the holiday stuffing your face instead of slaving away in the kitchen,
Here's where to eat Thanksgiving dinner in Toronto for 2016.
Reserve a table now for this $36 menu featuring turkey with all the trimmings; stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy, mashed potatoes, pumpkin soup and pie.
Book a table on Sunday, Oct. 9 for a prix fixe feast priced at $70 per person. Expect smoked fish buns, roasted chicken with sausage stuffing and sides of scalloped potatoes, Brussel sprouts and cabbage. Finish off with maple butter tarts topped with crème fraiche.
The festive $65 prix fixe menu at this 31st floor restaurant in the Financial District is available from Oct. 8 to 10. You'll get three courses with your choice of roasted turkey or honey glazed ham, pumpkin pie and more.
Thanksgiving Brunch Cruise
Mariposa presents this Thanksgiving feast on the water on Sunday, Oct. 9. Tickets are $50 for adults, $45 for seniors and $26 for kids and include a holiday-inspired morning menu with French toast, fresh fruit and hickory smoked bacon.
This prix fixe menu is on offer for $85 per person on Oct. 9 and 10. The selection is expansive, but the main event is likely the roasted heritage turkey dinner served with pumpkin-sage stuffing, brussels sprouts, pomme purée, cranberry chutney and gravy.
This restaurant on the Danforth is offering a prix fixe menu for Thanksgiving dinner on Oct. 9 as well as an a la carte turkey feature on Oct. 8. Find options like butternut squash purée, turkey, ricotta gnocchi and pumpkin pie crème caramel on the prix fixe menu.
Barque Butcher Bar
Instead of roasted turkey this season, consider a BBQ'd bird. The prix fixe feast is priced at $39 per person and features wings, salad, BBQ meats by the pound with sides of fries, cornbread stuffing and chilled green beans.
Fairmont Royal York
Executive chef Robert Mills presents a seasonal menu for $89 at this historic Toronto hotel. Start with butternut squash soup and salad followed by a roasted turkey dinner with pomme purée, apricot-sage stuffing, green beans, cranberry gastrique and pumpkin cheesecake for dessert.
The Blake House
A Thanksgiving turkey with all the trimmings and apple crumble for dessert will be served up for $23 between Friday, Oct. 7 and Monday, Oct. 10 at this public house on Jarvis.
Celebrate the holiday at the Park Hyatt Hotel where Thanksgiving brunch and dinner menus are available on Oct. 9 and 10. Brunch for $47 features a trio of apps, a turkey entree and a deep dish pumpkin pie for dessert. Dinner is $60.
Photo from Cafe Boulud.
by Liora Ipsum via blogTO