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Loosen your belt: these Vancouver restaurants have turkey day covered.
Fall is a delightful time of year; we get to drink pumpkin spice lattes and eat countless apple and pumpkin pies—there is always something delicious to indulge in. Thanksgiving is a time to eat and drink until our bellies are full (stretchy pants, please!) and, of course, to reflect and be thankful.
Looking for ways to celebrate Thanksgiving in Vancouver this year? No doubt COVID is still present in our lives, but that doesn’t mean we still can’t enjoy a turkey dinner. So this Thanksgiving, order to-go or pickup or enjoy small and safe celebrations with your family and friends. This list includes both takeout and dine-in options.
Potluck’s Harvest Fried Chicken meal set includes autumn gado gado, shaved local beet salad, stir fried mushroom and cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, salted egg yolk mashed potatoes, pineapple Nasi Goreng, cranberry-lychee sauce and maggi chicken gravy. Dessert is a pumpkin spice ice box cake.
Cost: $188, feeds four
How to order: Pre-order on Tock
More info: potluckyvr.ca
The seven-course Fall Omakase menu is designed to share, and menu options include a fall salad, roast duck with chili-lime vinaigrette, crispy duck fried rice, steak Dianne, Basque cheesecake with blueberry compote and more.
Cost: $60 per person (two person minimum), but you can also order each menu item a la carte
How to order: Reserve online
More Info: torafuku.ca
Sun Sui Wah’s 8-course meal includes clam and mustard green tofu soup, rainbow shredded chicken and vegetables, peking duck two ways, pan-fried fresh lobster and egg noodles and more.
Cost: $298, $518, and $788 to feed 4, 6, or 10 people, respectively
How to order: Call 604-872-8822 to make a reservation
More Info: sunsuiwah.ca
Ancora’s Thanksgiving menu includes executive chef Jorge Kim’s bacon wrapped (!) turkey roulade with creamy cranberry sourdough stuffing. It’s served with smoked causa purée, togarashi spiced cranberry jam and turkey skin puffed chicharron bits—plus a 12-hour turkey gravy jus.
Cost: $39 per person
How to order: Make reservations at 604-926-0287 or online via Tock
More Info: ancoradining.com
Nuba’s thanksgiving takeout offering lets you still have a healthy sense of accomplishment post-dinner: it doesn’t come with a turkey, or any main, so that’s up to you. Focus on your own bird and order Nuba’s side dishes (onion walnut bread, zhatar Brussel sprouts, pomegranate-braised carrots, mashed parsnip, pear and feta arugula salad and roasted sweet potatoes with yam and pumpkin) for the supporting roles.
Cost: $79, sides serve 4
How to order: Call your fav Nuba location before 6:00pm on Friday, October 8
More Info: nuba.ca
Boulevard’s heat-and-serve Thanksgiving to-go packages are presented by Iron Chef Canada Champion Alex Chen and features festive favourites such as a sage-roasted turkey with all the fixings and traditional sides (think cornbread and spiced butternut squash soup with apple cider and maple cream). For dessert, pastry chef Kenta Takahashi serves up a pumpkin tart with vanilla Chantilly, milk chocolate, and spiced ice cream.
Cost: Boulevard’s Thanksgiving To-Go is available in two sizes (full pack for $375 feeds 10, and half pack for $230 feeds 5).
How to order: Holiday sets are available for pickup from October 9-11 between 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Orders must be received by October 6, and can be placed on TOCK.
More info: The full menu can be viewed here.
Juke Fried Chicken’s Turducken meal kit returns to help folks feed their flock. Each feast is gluten-free and big enough for four adults to enjoy. The dinner includes a full turducken—a three-in-one showstopper featuring a roasted turkey, duck and chicken—and an array of hearty, sure-to-impress sides including: scalloped potatoes, Brussels sprouts with bacon jam, roasted squash and carrots, jalapeño cornbread with honey thyme whipped schmaltz, pumpkin-seed dukkah, cranberry sauce, and turkey gravy. Detailed written and video instructions from chef Bryan Satterford are included to help you prep.
Cost: $199 plus tax
How to order: Available from October 8 to October 10. Be sure to order early and online here. Customers are encouraged to order early as kits may sell out. Meal kits may be prepared up to three days following pickup.
More info: jukefriedchicken.com
Savoury City Catering will be offering their signature Thanksgiving to-go dinner packages. These meals feature chef-prepared fall favourites including a pre-carved 10 lb turkey, mashed Yukon gold potatoes with fresh cream and butter, homestyle stuffing made with homemade bread and pumpkin pie with whipped cream for dessert. Each item is packaged in oven-safe containers that come with simple instructions, including heating instructions for all dishes.
Cost: $275, serves six
How to order: Pre-order here, pick-up on October 8 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and October 9 and 10 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 3925 Fraser Street. Home delivery in the Vancouver area can be arranged by calling 604-875-8484. Cut-off for orders is Thursday, October 7 at 4 p.m.
More info: savourycity.com
Railtown Catering’s Turkey to-go packages feature chef-curated foods that for an easy celebratory feast. There’s sage-roasted turkey with all the fixings, including dried apricot chestnut and brioche bread stuffing, plus an array of other traditional sides and pumpkin pie.
Cost: Packages available in two sizes; the full package (whole turkey, feeds 8-10) is $379, the half package that feeds up to 5 is $279.
How to order: Order online or by calling 604-568-8811. All orders must be placed by Tuesday, October 5, at 10:00 a.m. Packages will be available for pickup from the 397 Railtown Street location between 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Delivery is offered throughout the Lower Mainland for additional charge. Additionally, the team will be offering a ready-to-eat “Hot Pick Up” service available between 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., October 10-11, available for an additional $50 per package.
More info: railtowncatering.ca
The culinary team at The Westin Bayshore have prepared a tasty Thanksgiving feast to impress a party of six to eight guests with a full turkey feast. Or give thanks with the “Carvery To-Go” option designed per person (for a minimum of two). Each meal includes a slow-roasted Rossdown Farms free range turkey, accompanied by all of the traditional delish fixings. End your meal on a sweet note with a pumpkin pie topped with caramel whipped cream (yes, please!).
Cost: 6 to 8 Guests (5kg) Turkey Takeout: $300 + taxes or Carvery To-Go: $55 per person (for two to five guests; minimum of two)
How to order: Pre-order available until October 6, pickup from 3 – 6 pm on October 10. Reserve here.
More info: westinbayshore.com
PICA’s feast includes an apple and thyme brined roasted turkey breast, buttermilk mashed potatoes, herb stuffing with cranberries, and Brussels sprouts with concord grapes.
Cost: $98, serves two
How to order: Order online. Pick up from Blue Hat Bakery-Café between 11am – 5pm on Saturday, Oct. 9th and Sunday, Oct. 10.
More info: tickettailor.com
Maenam puts a delicious Thai twist on Thanksgiving with flavours of lemongrass, galangal, and bird’s eye chili. Guests can choose between Maenam’s special family-style Turkey Tasting Menu (dine in or takeout) or Freebird’s Fall Feast (takeout only), available October 5 through 10, for their holiday gatherings.
Cost: Maenam’s Turkey Tasting Menu dine-in is priced at $66 per person (minimum two guests), and the takeout set that serves two to three people is $125. Freebird’s Fall Feast feeds two to three people and is priced at $70.
How to order: Both dine-in Turkey Tasting Menu reservations and takeout slots are available for October 5 through 10 on a first-come, first-served basis by calling Maenam at 604-730-5579; booking well in advance is highly recommended. Freebird at Home by Maenam Fall Feasts can be preordered by calling 604-730-5675; 24 hours’ advance notice is strongly encouraged, and all takeout orders can be picked up at Maenam (1938 West 4th Avenue). Delivery will be available via UberEats.
More info: maenam.ca
Owner and Chef Hung Nguyen will be offering a special family dinner for four to go. It includes their famous papaya salad, Bang Bang prawns and turkey Roulade with Chorizo stuffing, chorizo gravy, crispy mashed potato, seasonal vegetables, cranberry chutney and a housemade chocolate brownie for dessert.
How to order: Pre-order for takeout is available by calling 604-564-2468 or order online for delivery: https://bhouse.ca/. In-person ordering is available.
More info: bhouse.ca
The Flying Pig will be offering special Thanksgiving dinners at all their locations. Say gobble, gobble with their slow roasted free-range turkey with brioche stuffing, mashed potatoes, peas and carrots and all of the other traditional side dishes that go with a classic Thanksgiving dinner. (House-made cranberry sauce, anyone?)
Cost: $32 per person
How to order: Reservations available by phone and online
More info: theflyingpigvan.com
Each meal includes a squash soup, a slow-roasted Rossdown farm turkey, and a pumpkin tart with salted caramel gelato for dessert.
Cost: $65 per person
How to order: Available Sunday, October 10 and Monday, October 11th from 5PM to 10:30PM. Reservations are available online via Glowbal’s website.
More info: Visit glowbalgroup.com
Dig into some tasty free-range turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, gravy, and cranberry sauce all served with house baked scones, and an option to add pumpkin pie for $5.
Cost: $25 per person
How to order: Reservations are available online and via phone 604-563-3463. October 10th from 5PM to 8PM (last reservation for dinner is at 8PM).
More info: fablediner.com
This three-course Thanksgiving Dinner is served family style. Start things off with some fresh baked corn bread, next, go for the herb roasted Rossdown Farms turkey and finish the meal off with a fresh pumpkin pie with butter crust and vanilla whip. Honey Salt is also featuring a special cocktail this Thanksgiving: Rump-Kin Smash with dark rum, baileys, demerara Pumpkin spice. Feeling too cozy to leave your house? Turn to takeout and get the Turkey with all the fixin’s for eight or more guests to enjoy.
Cost: $49 per person dine-in or tale out for $300
How to order: Pre-order takeout by October 7th by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 778-370-8200 and pick up October 10th or 11th at Honey Salt from 10am – 5pm. To dine in, reserve and call 778-370-8200.
More info: parqvancouver.com
Feast is all about tradiiton. The roasted turkey dinner includes breast and leg and comes with house-made stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes, lemon and parmesan brussels sprouts, gravy and cranberry sauce.
Cost: $32 per person – dine in. Or pre-order for takeout (pre-order before Wednesday, October 6th), pick up during Thanksgiving weekend – Friday to Sunday: $160 for 4 people, $300 for 8 people, or $450 for 12 people.
How to order: Online
More info: feastdining.ca
The team at Fanny Bay Oysters will be offering a Thanksgiving menu that includes six fresh west coast oysters, the hot seafood platter with some special thanksgiving-inspired sides (roasted veggie, mushrooms, and Brussels sprouts), and to finish a pumpkin-spice brûlée!
Cost: $99 set menu for two for the Thanksgiving weekend (October 8th Friday to October 11th Monday).
How to order: Call 778-379-9510 to check for availability
More info: Visit fannybayoysters.com
Straight and Marrow’s chef Chris Lam has prepared a special Thanksgiving Dinner that includes a turkey roulade, Brussels sprouts with lardons, foie gravy, and mashed potatoes. Plus, bar manager Chad Rivard will be featuring an Autumn Shower Sour with five-spice infused brandy, pumpkin seed orgeat, absinthe, unsweetened cranberry juice and charred egg whites.
How to order: Available on October 8th, 9th and 10th. Visit their website for reservations.
More info: straightandmarrow.com
On the menu is a roasted kabocha squash soup, roasted Rossdown Farms free-range turkey, prime of beef, and pumpkin bunt cake paired with a selection of wine.
How to order: Call 778-370-8600 to reserve a Thanksgiving table from October 9th to 11th.
More info: Visit parqvancouver.com
Cardero’s Thanksgiving meal includes a butternut squash soup and spiced apple chutney, an oven roasted turkey served alongside with some buttery mashed potatoes and other harvest goodies, and a delicate pumpkin cheesecake with chantilly cream and caramel drizzle.
Cost: $64.50 per person
How to order: Call 604-669-7666 to reserve your table. Thanksgiving dinner available October 10th & 11th.
More info: vancouverdine.com
The Thanksgiving lineup includes fall-appropriate treats like a butternut squash soup with cardamom cream and roasted pumpkin seeds, a fall salad made up of quinoa, beets, apples, dried cranberries, goat cheese and honey chive dressing, and oven-roasted turkey and the traditional fixings.
Cost: $64.50 per person
How to order: Call 604-669-9030 to make a reservation. Available October 10th & 11th for dinner.
More info: vancouverdine.com
The Seasons Thanksgiving dinner menu includes two starter course options: a butternut squash soup with crème fraiche and thyme or a rustic harvest salad of beets, kale, dried cranberries, goat cheese and candied pecans with sherry vinaigrette. Next is oven roasted turkey and pumpkin cheesecake.
Cost: $64.50 per person
How to order: Call 604-874-8008 to make a reservation. Available October 10th & 11th for dinner.
More info: Visit www.vancouverdine.com/seasons/menus/#section-menus7 to view the menu.
Instead of the traditional pumpkin pie for dessert, the Teahouse is serving a rich dulce de leche apple pie served with vanilla ice cream instead. But they’re not straying too far from the classics: mashed potatoes and a classic oven roasted turkey is the main course.
Cost: $64.50 per person
How to order: Call 604-669-3281 to make a reservation. Available October 10th & 11th for dinner.
More info: vancouverdine.com