The Many Delicious Ways You Can Enjoy a Thanksgiving Meal in Vancouver

Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar; Photo: Leila Kwok

With Thanksgiving dinner, you want to go big, with the turkey, all the sides, and of course, spiced pumpkin pie. Understandably, you might be tired of cooking at home and want someone else to take care of the stress of hosting a gathering.

Food establishments around the city are doing Thanksgiving in style, with a multitude of different ways to celebrate, from feasting on multi-course meals in the restaurant, to picking up a prepped meal that can easily be reheated for serving family and friends. Many are also offering non-turkey and vegetarian options, if you are in the mood for a meal that’s less traditional.

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The Many Delicious Ways You Can Enjoy a Thanksgiving Meal in Vancouver

Vancouver Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner and Meal Kits

Thanksgiving feast from Railtown catering in Vancouver

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As with everything in 2020, Thanksgiving is looking a little different this year. But that doesn’t mean we can’t eat well or support our local restaurants this October holiday long weekend. From dine-in to takeout and just the fixings to full oven-ready meals, Vancouver restaurants have got you covered for an abundant Thanksgiving feast.

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Vancouver Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner and Meal Kits

Vancouver Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner

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October means three things for most Vancouverites: fiery coloured trees, pumpkin spice lattes, and Thanksgiving dinner. Speaking of dinner… several of Vancouver’s best restaurants are cooking up indulgent three-course feasts for those visiting over the October long weekend (October 12-14) or locals wanting to break bread differently this year—read: no cooking or dishes. Give thanks in Vancouver!

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Vancouver Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner

5 Vancouver Restaurants Serving Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner

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Whether you’re a visitor to Vancouver or just want to skip out on the prep (not to mention dishes) of cooking this year, here are 5 downtown restaurants serving Thanksgiving dinner in style. Click on the restaurant name to reserve your table now. Continue reading:
5 Vancouver Restaurants Serving Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner

Get Your Fill of Fall Comfort Food at Yew’s American Thanksgiving Dinner, Nov. 22

Artic Char with green peppercorn and potato hash, and balsamic marinated mushrooms. Photo credit: Yew

Canadian Thanksgiving has come and gone, but American Thanksgiving goes down this Thursday, Nov. 22. For Canadians in need of a second helping of turkey, or American expats short on time, swanky Yew Restaurant + Bar perched at treetop level in the downtown Four Seasons Vancouver Hotel has an enticing American Thanksgiving menu.

On Nov. 22, Yew restaurant will serve a fancy, 3-course Thanksgiving Dinner for $45 per head. As a new mom who’s been planning on baking a pumpkin cake for two weeks now, and still hasn’t gotten around to it, the menu is really appealing. My inner Martha Stewart is, as Yew suggests, taking a break this year.

The menu features enhanced classics like slow cooked turkey breast, stuffing, brussels sprouts, maple cranberries and buttermilk mashed potatoes. Turkey dinner seconds are only $10 more. And for those who aren’t into the bird, Yew is also serving arctic char with potato hash and balsamic mushrooms (pictured above). Perhaps the desserts (pumpkin pie with Nutella ice cream and salted caramel popcorn, for example) are the real draw.

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Get Your Fill of Fall Comfort Food at Yew’s American Thanksgiving Dinner, Nov. 22

Top 5 Thanksgiving Dinner Spots in Vancouver

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Wondering where to get turkey and all the fixings in Vancouver this Thanksgiving?  These five restaurants promise diners Thanksgiving bliss without having to spend all day in the kitchen.

  • West: Traditional holiday flavours meet contemporary West Coast cuisine at this Vancouver fine dining institution.  The Turkey Tasting Menu is a five-course feast that can be accompanied by wine pairings.  Start with a Lytton pear salad with Farmhouse Castle blue cheese.  Then move onto the spiced turkey consomme, followed by braised turkey leg cannelloni with black truffles.  The main course is butter poached turkey breast with Yukon Gold potato puree.  And top it all off with pumpkin flan, caramelized pears and orange chiffon.  Oct. 5-Oct. 8; $68.
  • Bacchus: The swanky dining room at downtown’s Wedgewood Hotel is famous for its lavish Thanksgiving spread.  The three-course Thanksgiving Dinner Menu offers up the best of the local harvest.  Start with roasted corn and lobster veloute or organic arugula and baby spinach salad with poached pear and crumbled blue cheese.  The main course is roast free-run turkey with cranberry compote, apple and chestnut stuffing and chive-whipped potatoes.  For dessert, save room for the spiced pumpkin tart with cinnamon ice cream.  Oct. 7-Oct. 8; $55.  Continue reading:
    Top 5 Thanksgiving Dinner Spots in Vancouver