Best Restaurants for Thanksgiving in Toronto

Thanksgiving is an epic holiday for many reasons: - It’s probably one of the only times of year that you have turkey - a lot of turkey. - The first holiday of fall gives us the first glimpse of comfort foods such as roast squash, mashed potatoes and gravy that will be enjoyed throughout the season. - To be surrounded by friends and family is reason enough for gratitude. But a meal this good makes giving thanks easy.

Victor Restaurant

1
30 Mercer St, Toronto, ON M5V 1H3

If you’re looking for a truly sublime Thanksgiving experience, Victor is the way to go. The menu features all the classics, alongside a modern beet salad - to keep things from being too heavy. In other words, the perfect combination.

Colette

2
550 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2V4

The beautiful backdrop of Colette Grand Café’s décor and their Thanksgiving Harvest Brunch Buffet on Sunday, October 12th (10am – 5pm) will make this a Thanksgiving you won’t soon forget. There will many different stations to select from – carving, salad, fresh fruit, pastries – along with Thanksgiving turkey, stuffing and other holiday favourites.

Smith Bros Steakhouse And Tavern

3
880 Warden Ave, Toronto, ON M1L 4W6

Smith Bros. Steakhouse Tavern is based on one very simple idea - “Going out for a great steak and a couple of beers shouldn’t drain your wallet.” They’ve kept that philosophy with their Thanksgiving dinner this year, available both on Sunday and Monday. The three-course menu includes Fresh Ontario Corn Chowder, Roast Turkey with all the trimmings, and Cinnamon Apple Cobbler for dessert.

Trio Ristorante And Pizzeria

4
3239 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4N 2L5

This hotel restaurant is serving up an elegant Thanksgiving three-course meal, available for both lunch and dinner Sunday and Monday, served in their modern, airy dining room. The menu of Squash Soup, Rosemary Ontario Turkey with all the trimmings, and Pumpkin Spiced Brulee

The Longest Yard Restaurant/Bar

5
535 Mount Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON M4S 2M5

Both locations will be serving Turkey Lunch and Dinner Sunday, October 12th. There will be turkey, potatoes, stuffing, and all the trimmings. The fun, casual atmosphere of TLY, and the relief of not having to cook this year, is sure to make this a memorable day.

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