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10 Best Thanksgiving Dinners in Toronto

10 Best Thanksgiving Dinners in Toronto

Looking to order Thanksgiving dinner in Toronto for takeout, delivery, or even dine-in?

Whether you’re looking to grab something to bring to a Friendsgiving potluck or order a full-fledged Thanksgiving meal for the family, you’ll definitely love these Thanksgiving dinner options in Toronto.

There’s a range of options from these Toronto restaurants, whether you’re into classic Thanksgiving dinners or non-traditional dishes!

If you’re not into turkey, there are plenty of Thanksgiving dinners in Toronto you can order that aren’t turkey.

Here are the best Thanksgiving dinner options to order in Toronto!

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Thanksgiving dinner in Toronto

Leña Restaurant in Toronto


Leña is a beautiful Argentinean restaurant located right by Yonge & Queen.

They’re offering an amazing heat-and-eat Thanksgiving meal inspired by South American cuisine:

  • Roasted Mushroom Empanadas
  • Sourdough Focaccia
  • Buttered Baby Potatoes
  • Sautéed French Beans
  • Fall Squash Gratin
  • Guajillo-Glazed Turkey
  • Pork Sausage & Chorizo Stuffing
  • Dulce de Leche Pumpkin Pie

The meal is $150 and serves 4-6, which ends up being around $25-$37.50 per person!

Individual portions are also available for $34 per person.

How to order: Order by October 6th for pickup on October 9th

Price: $34 for individual portions or $150 to serve 4-6 people

LOCATION: 176 Yonge St, Toronto, ON

Old Mill Toronto

The Old Mill Toronto has a drool-worthy 4-course prix fixe menu, and you can choose your entree and dessert:

  • Parsnip and Winter Truffle Veloute with House Made Focaccia Roll
  • Roasted Squash Panzanella with butternut & acorn squash, arugula, red onions, basil, pumpkin seeds, parmesan cheese, red wine & honey vinaigrette
  • Entree options: Slow Roasted 8oz Alberta Prime Rib ($85), 4oz White & 4oz Dark Ontario Free Range Turkey ($75), Pan Seared 7oz Atlantic Salmon ($80), or Braised Jackfruit Cavatelli ($70)
  • Dessert options: Apple Pie Caramel Cream Puffs or Cinnamon & Vanilla Torte

The Old Mill is a gorgeous heritage building from the early 1900s, originally a tea garden and now a restaurant and event space.

It’s only available for indoor dining, and you can visit for Autumnal Brunch, Afternoon Tea, or Thanksgiving Dinner from October 9th through 11th!

How to order: Dine-in from October 9th to October 11th

Price: $70-$85 for the 4-course prix fixe menu, $29 for the kids’ menu

LOCATION: 9 Old Mill Rd, Etobicoke, ON


Reign is a stunning restaurant inside the Fairmont Royal York Hotel, and they’re all about Canadian eats with a French touch.

You can enjoy a 3-course Thanksgiving prix fixe meal for $89 per person from October 9th to 11th, and you can choose the starter, main, and dessert:

  • Starter: Butternut Squash & Apple Puree or Kale & Brussel Sprouts
  • Main: Roast Turkey, Canada AAA Prime Rib, or Cauliflower Steak
  • Dessert: Pumpkin Spiced Cheesecake or Chocolate Pecan

Their takeout turkey meals are sold out, but you can pre-order their Thanksgiving Ham (serves 8 and starts at $250) until October 7th at 12 PM to pickup on October 10th.

How to order: Dine-in from October 9th to October 11th

Price: $89 for the 3-course prix fixe menu

LOCATION: 100 Front St. West, Toronto, ON

Maple Leaf Tavern in Leslieville, Toronto

Maple Leaf Tavern

Housed in a woody Leslieville tavern that was built in the early 1900s, Maple Leaf Tavern serves up all of the Canadian comfort foods (and great dranks).

They’re offering a delicious Thanksgiving meal for two for $130:

  • Brown Butter Kale & Roasted Squash Salad
  • Sage & Chestnut Turkey Roulé
  • Green Beans & Black Trumpet Mushrooms
  • Pomme Puree, Gravy
  • Pumpkin & Pecan Pie

You can also add a wine pairing for $45!

How to order: Order for pickup for October 7th to October 9th

Price: $130 for the Thanksgiving meal for two (+$45 for wine pairing)

LOCATION: 955 Gerrard St. East, Toronto, ON

Maison Selby Restaurant in Toronto

Maison Selby

Maison Selby is one of the best French restaurants in Toronto, and they’ve got an amazing Thanksgiving meal for two, including:

  • Pain au Lait with Osprey Bluffs honey butter
  • Heirloom Beet Salad with candied walnuts, chèvre, and Champagne vinaigrette
  • Stuffed Pheasant Ballotine with truffled boudin blanc
  • French onion roasted Brussels sprouts with roasted heirloom squash, celeriac & carrot pomme purée, rosemary & maple roasted parsnip bread pudding, cranberry & shallot compote, and pheasant & Madeira sauce albuféra
  • Apple Tarte Tatin with Calvados caramel

You can either dine-in on Sunday, October 10th from 4-9 PM, or you can preorder for pickup during those same hours.

If you’re ordering takeout, everything is pre-cooked and you just have to heat it up!

How to order: Dine-in or order for pickup on their website for Sunday, October 10th from 4-9 PM

Price: $115 for the Thanksgiving meal for two

LOCATION: 592 Sherbourne St, Toronto, ON

Café Boulud

Café Boulud is a French brasserie by Michelin Star Chef Daniel Boulud, and it’s located inside the Four Seasons Hotel in Yorkville.

They offer a seasonally changing menu with a mix of bistro classics and contemporary dishes, and they’ve got a 3-course dine-in Thanksgiving menu for $95.

You can pick from a variety of starters (Barstool Oysters or Hudson Valley Foie Gras Mousse, please), mains (East Coast Sea Scallops for me!), and desserts (Maple Whiskey & Chocolate Profiteroles are my choice), and it even comes with coffee or tea.

You can also order their Café Boulud Thanksgiving Family Feast for pickup from October 8th through 11th, but they require 48 hour notice.

It serves 5 people and costs $275, which is $55 per person, so not as expensive as other restaurants on this list.

The feast includes a whole bunch of mouthwatering dishes and sauces, including an Herb Butter Slow Roasted Turkey, Sage and Brown Butter Brioche Stuffing, Buttermilk and Chive Mashed Potatoes, and so much more.

You even get your choice of dessert: the Traditional Pumpkin Pie or Pecan Tart.

How to order: Dine-in or order for pickup on their website for October 8th to October 11th

Price: $95 for the 3-course prix fixe menu, $275 for the Thanksgiving Family Feast (serves 5)

LOCATION: 60 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON

Brunch at Planta Restaurant in Toronto

Planta Queen

Dining with vegans, or just in the mood to try something new this Thanksgiving?

Order Planta’s Plantsgiving Bundle for takeout – it’s $179 and serves 4.

It features a Savoury Stuffing made with sweet potato, “Meatloaf” made with mushrooms, vegan Macaroni & Cheese, and more!

The only location offering the Plantsgiving Bundle is Planta Queen on Queen Street West.

How to order: Order for pickup on their website for October 9th or 11th

LOCATION: 180 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON

The Captain's Boil Restaurant, Toronto

The Captain’s Boil

If turkey ain’t your thang, maybe you’ll enjoy this massive Thanksgiving seafood feast, which comes with:

  • Lobster (x1)
  • Snow crab legs (1 lb)
  • Shrimp (2 lb)
  • Mussels (2 lb)
  • Calamari
  • Chicken wings
  • Premium sides (x2)
  • Regular sides (x2)

It’s available from October 7th through 11th, and the price ranges from $189.99 to $216.99 depending on which location you visit.

How to order: Dine-in or takeout from October 7th to October 11th

Price: $189.99-$216.99 depending on location

LOCATION: Various locations


R&D is co-owned by Eric Chong, season one winner of MasterChef Canada (watch it on Crave Canada), and Alvin Leung, one of the judges and one of the few self-trained Michelin star chefs in the world!

R&D actually received Bib Gourmand designation on this year’s Toronto Michelin Guide, which is pretty awesome!

They serve up Chinese food with a Canadian flare, with fun dishes like their french onion spring roll, macau curry falafel, and kimbap tostadas.

If your family’s not a fan of turkey, you can order their Best Duck in the City, which is an incredible whole roasted peking duck with roasted garlic hoisin, cucumber, leeks, and steamed bao.

You can find their restaurant in Toronto’s Chinatown!

How to order: Order 24 hours in advance on their website (for both dine-in and takeout)

Price: $90 for the Best Duck in the City

LOCATION: 241 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON

Scallop sashimi at Miku Sushi in Vancouver, British Columbia

Miku Toronto

Craving some of the best sushi in Toronto?

Miku doesn’t have a specific Thanksgiving menu, but they’re celebrating their 6th anniversary with a fantastic limited-edition Anniversary Kaiseki menu, featuring:

  • Amuse with seared foie gras, blueberry ume compote, soy balsamic reduction, matcha brioche
  • Japanese Autumn Appetizer Collection with seasonal aburi sashimi, roasted Kyoto Saikyo miso sablefish, akamiso cured duck, seasonal vegetables
  • Lobster tail with kabocha squash puree, amazu salsify, butter poached radish, maitake, imuran, lobster powder, sage chips
  • Snake River Farms wagyu, sesame pear puree, onion jam, roasted rutabaga, myoga, red wine truffle jus
  • Sushi tier with hay seared organic king salmon Kakinoha oshi sushi, miku roll, foie gras oshi, 2 pieces premium nigiri, A5 Miyazaki wagyu roll
  • Caramelized apple with sakekasu ice cream, miso caramel, crystallized miso pecans, white sesame almond crumble
Miku Toronto

It’s a combination of local ingredients and Japanese ingredients only found during autumn, so it’s perfect for Thanksgiving.

It’s only available for dine-in, and you can taste the menu from now until October 16th!

How to order: Dine-in only until October 16th

Price: $150 per person

LOCATION: 10 Bay St. #105, Toronto, ON

Best Thanksgiving dinner options in Toronto:

  1. Leña
  2. Old Mill Toronto
  3. Reign
  4. Maison Selby
  5. Café Boulud
  6. Planta Queen
  7. The Captain’s Boil
  8. R&D
  9. Miku

These were some of the best prepared Thanksgiving dinner options to order from local restaurants in Toronto!

Have an awesome Thanksgiving and eat all of the good food, my friends 🦃

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