These Toronto spots 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 seven spots where you can grab Thanksgiving dinner in Toronto.


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.

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 $48 per person and $24 for kids and is available Oct. 9–10. Reservations and takeout orders can be made on their website.


At Eataly, discover all your Thanksgiving essentials for crafting a holiday feast. From responsibly-raised Ontario heritage turkeys to a selection of curated Italian cheeses and cured meats, topped off with freshly baked pastries from La Pasticceria, they’ve got you covered with their housemade dishes are ready to heat and serve, giving you more time to gobble, gulp, and give thanks. You can check out their menu, including a carrot cake ale from Birroteca here.

The Lakeview Diner


For those who despise cooking but adore turkey, The Lakeview Diner has your back with the return of their deep-fried turkey marathon. Running from Oct. 7 to Oct. 9, priced at just $21.95 per person, you can savour deep-fried turkey served with garlic mash, roasted greens and cranberry sauce. Email: for details. 


With Thanksgiving on the horizon, Pusateri’s Fine Foods is here to elevate your celebration. Their specialty catering menu is ready for pre-order, offering you a hassle-free Thanksgiving. Choose from an array of tempting dinner packages or select à la carte items to craft the perfect feast. There are three delicious packages to choose from, including the classic turkey, spiral ham and classic beef tenderloin. The full catering menu is available online here.

EPOCH Bar & Kitchen Terrace


On Sunday, October 8, from 5 to 10 p.m., indulge in a turkey a la carte dinner menu at EPOCH at The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto. The menu features a delicious array of options, including squash & apple salad, the classic traditional turkey dinner with roasted breast, braised leg, roasted root vegetables, mashed potatoes and sausage stuffing accompanied by  gravy and a sweet finale with their pumpkin tart. Reserve your spot now.



Exclusively available from Oct. 8 to Oct. 9 for dine-in or take-out, LOUIX LOUIS invites you to dive into the holiday spirit with the chef’s special selections. Indulge in seared diver scallops, turkey roulade, lobster spaghetti, toffee pudding and more. Book now before spots fill up!