These four restaurants are cooking up Thanksgiving dinner so you don’t have to

For those of us not blessed with the culinary skills of Martha Stewart (but want our families to think we are), there are plenty of places in the city that can turn you into a Thanksgiving pro. Here are four restaurants where you can grab Thanksgiving dinner in Toronto.

Free-Range Turkey at STK

If you want your turkey with a side of swank, Yorkville steak house STK has got you covered. The roasted free-range turkey dinner includes cornbread and sage stuffing, shallot and thyme confit thighs, sautéed green beans with crispy shallots, maple baked sweet potato and Yukon gold mashed potatoes with a parmesan crust. The price is $69 for adults and $39 for children 12 and under. If you still have room for dessert, there’s a spiced pumpkin pie with candied ginger cream and crunchy caramel honeycomb available for $15 a slice. Reservations can be made on STK’s website.

Baby-Back Ribs at Barque

If you’re craving some ridiculously good barbecue this holiday season, Barque has got you covered. The Thanksgiving Heat-to-Eat Menu includes a plethora of options to choose from, including Thanksgiving smoked meats for four. It features one pound each of smoked brisket, BBQ chopped pork and smoked turkey breast with smoked salsa verde for $135, or the Full Rack O’Bama baby back ribs for $58. Sides include smoky dill pickle slaw for $16 and smokehouse stuffing for $22. Orders can be placed for pickup or delivery at or through Ambassador.

Top Sirloin Black Angus Beef at Marben

For Thanksgiving, farm-to-table restaurant Marben is inviting you to sit down to its Sunday Roast. A staple for the people of Britain that also represents family, togetherness and warmth, Marben’s roast dinner is made up of four components: top sirloin black Angus beef, potatoes, gravy and Yorkshire pudding accompanied by roasted root vegetables and horseradish. The Sunday Roast is $40 per person and reservations can be made on OpenTable.

Turkey Roulade at The Drake

The Drake’s Get Stuffed Feast is available for in-person dining or by pre-order to be savoured at home. The three-course meal includes sunchoke and parsnip velouté to start, followed by a turkey roulade, roasted root vegetables and mashed potatoes. For a vegetarian alternative, opt for baked acorn squash with wild rice and roasted root vegetables and mashed potatoes. A vegan option is available as well. If you’re able to save room for dessert, there’s apple berry crumble topped with vanilla ice cream. The meal costs $44 per person and $22 for kids and is available Oct. 9–10. Reservations and takeout orders can be made on their website.