Unfortunately (or fortunately for some of you) not everyone can make it home for Thanksgiving.
Some of us remain stuck in the city – but that doesn’t mean we have to be stuck without a delicious turkey dinner to remind us of home.
Here are 9 of the best restaurants in Toronto serving up a traditional Thanksgiving feast.
Daisho will celebrate Thanksgiving on Sunday, with a one-day only Thanksgiving menu consisting of roast turkey or halibut, green bean casserole, stuffing, Brussels sprouts, and carrot cheesecake, among other options.
Oliver & Bonacini
Both locations will be offering up a Thanksgiving dinner option from October 11th to 13th. Some expected menu options include turkey, Brussel sprouts, whipped potatoes, roasted acorn squash, and stuffing.
The Four Seasons Hotel restaurant will be serving up Thanksgiving dinner to displaced patrons on Sunday night and all day Monday for a mere $85 a person. Expect lobster salad, seared foie gras, grain crusted venison, and of course, roasted heritage turkey.
The Drake Hotel
The Drake will be serving up a turkey dinner on Sunday at 6pm for $30 a person. Besides turkey, the menu will feature mashed potatoes, maple glazed squash, wild rice stuffing, buttered beans and carrots, and cranberry sauce.
Smith Brothers Steakhouse
If you find yourself in Scarborough for the weekend, this is the place to go for a traditional turkey dinner. For just $29 you get all the standards: turkey, stuffing, squash, corn chowder, cranberry sauce, and apple cobbler.
The English pub is serving dinner on Sunday and Monday night for $25 a person. The prix fixe menu includes turkey (roast, tandoori, or tofurkey) with all the sides you’d expect, as well as squash, soup to start, and pie or apple crumble to finish.
Budget diners will appreciate Sneaky Dee’s $15.95 feast being served Sunday evening and all day Monday. The small price will get you turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and a roll.
This West Queen West Italian spot will offer up a 3-course turkey dinner for $29 a person. Besides the turkey main, expect a butternut squash soup starter and pumpkin pie for dessert.
Thompson Hotel’s Parisian bistro is serving up a Thanksgiving themed brunch on Sunday, featuring all the standards you’d expect from a turkey dinner. This one has afternoon nap written all over it.
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