10 Vancouver Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner in 2023

'Cause who really wants to spend the whole long weekend in the kitchen?

Thanksgiving is so close we can taste it. ‘Tis the season for indulging in pumpkin-spiced madness, drinking buckets of hot cocoa and of course planning your festive feast. But fear not! We’ve compiled a list of all the places you can get your turkey fix in Vancouver to make it easier on you this season.

Railtown Catering Turkey-To-Go Packages 

Thanksgiving spread with turkey, brussel sprouts, mashed potatoes, and pie.
Credit: Railtown Catering

What screams a relaxing holiday? Not having to cook. Railtown Catering is back for its 11th year with a one-of-a-kind sage-roasted turkey. Enjoy a pre-sliced bird (plus fixings) without having to lift a finger.

Cost: $309 half size, $449 full size

How to order: Order online.

Truffles Fine Foods Plant-Based Feast

Thanksgiving dinner spread with people cheering red wine.
Credit: Truffles Fine Foods

Listen up vegan, vegetarian and plant-based peeps! Truffles Fine Foods serves up a fully plant-based Thanksgiving feast. And all you gotta do is reheat in the oven. Orders go fast, so get on it.   

Cost: Plant-based dinner for 4, $160

How to order: Order online.  

The Lazy Gourmet 

Thanksgiving dinner spread on green plate with striped napkin and gold cutlery.
Credit: Lazy Gourmet

Anything cream filled, I’m into. Just like these Pumpkin Crème Puffs making a debut on the Lazy Gourmet’s Holiday Turkey Menu. Filled with pumpkin cream and candied squash, they’re sure to be a hit with every member of the family.  

How to order: The Holiday Turkey Menu can be placed online, by phone at 604-734-2507 or by emailing catering@lazygourmet.ca for pick-up at 1545 West 3rd Avenue or delivery. 

Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar Thanksgiving Packages To-Go

Full turkey on spread with all other thanksgiving fixings.
Credit: Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster bar

Pumpkin spice who? Let’s not forget about the other side of the squash family: butternut. Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster bar is serving up a spiced butternut squash soup to go along with the traditional turkey dinner.

Cost: Whole Turkey $525, Large pack $465 (feeds 8), Small pack $295 (feeds 4)

How to order: Orders must be received by October 3, and can be placed on TOCK.   

Thanksgiving at Boulevard

Turkey dinner on white plate, orange soup beside with a basket of cornbread.
Credit: Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar

Prefer to eat in the restaurant instead? You’re in luck. Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar also offers a dine-in option. It’s the same delicious food, but this time served to you. Be sure to take advantage of the wine pairing option to elevate your experience.

Cost: $86 per person, +$46 for wine pairing

Reserve:  OpenTable or by calling the restaurant at 604-642-2900. 

Three-Course Thanksgiving Dinner at Notch8

Large cooked turkey with someone cutting into it with. a big knife. Pumpkins surrounding.
Credit: Notch8

Want that home-cooked turkey feeling but don’t want to cook? Notch8 has got your back. They do classic well, with a full turkey spread and pumpkin pie, of course.  

Cost: $79.00 per adult, $40.00 for children 12 and under

Reserve: Secure your spot through OpenTable

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver’s Famous Turkey To-Go 

Thanksgiving spread.
Credit: Notch8

If you have more than five mouths to feed, don’t fret. The Fairmont Hotel’s Turkey To-Go has options that can serve up to 10 people. (I guess you can put your daughter’s boyfriend back on the guest list.)

Cost: $499.00 (serves: 8-10 guests), $299.00 (serves: 4-5 guests)

How to order: Order online.  

Belgard’s Annual Family Dinner

Candle lit dining table set up with flowers and white plates.
Credit: Belgard Kitchen

Sick of turkey, turkey and more turkey? Well, you’re still getting turkey, but this time with a special holiday twist! Belgard Kitchen is offering a fun, relaxed family dinner with some different Thanksgiving favourites. Think turkey two ways and a pumpkin cheesecake.  

Cost: $50 per person.  

Reserve: Dine in reservations can be made through through OpenTable. Meal Kits are available for purchase via the restaurant’s website until October 6th.  

Honey Salt’s Thanksgiving Feast

Pumpkin pie with whipped cream on pink and white speckled plate.
Credit: Honey Salt

Dine in and take a pie home with you—it’s the best of both worlds in our books. Honey Salt is offering a classic Thanksgiving dinner, with the option to order a full pumpkin pie to take home after your meal. Win, win.  

Cost: Whole pumpkin pie, butter crust, vanilla whipped cream $30 

Reserve: To make a reservation, please visit Honey Salt’s website. To pre-order the To-Go option, please call 778-370-8200. 

Forage’s Dine-in Thanksgiving Experience

Sliced pork, turkey, and sweet potato on cutting board with cranberry sauce.
Credit: Forage

For the people who like options, meet Forage’s Thanksgiving dinner. With two protein options: JD Farms Specialty Turkey or Smoked Boneless Fraser Valley Pork Racks, there will be something for even the fussiest of eaters.  

Cost: $75 per person.  

Reserve: To reserve your table, place a to-go order, or secure a whole turkey dinner package, please check out here. 

Blue Hat Bakery-Café’s Thanksgiving Feast To-Go

Several Thanksgiving dishes on white plates.
Credit: Blue Hat Bakery-Café

What’s turkey without cranberry sauce? Blue Hat Bakery-Café knows what they’re doing with the sauce—aka Orange-Whiskey Cranberry Sauce. Enjoy quality time with family and friends, while Blue Hat does the rest of the work.  

Cost: $129 for two servings. 

How to order: Order online.  

Westin Bayshore Turkey Takeout

Turkey Dinner spread on black backdrop.
Credit: The Westin Bayshore

Leave the oven off and enjoy company with family and friends! The Westin Bayshore is offering several takeaway options for every type of family.

Cost: Complete Turkey Takeout, $425 (feeds 8-10), Carvery To-Go, $55 per person.

How to order:  Pre-order online.