Best Toronto restaurants for American Thanksgiving

Canadians over the years haved slowly adopted many American traditions and holidays.Recently, the popularity of American Thanksgiving here has spilled over to restaurants thankfully, giving us the chance to experience the epic meal all over again. And all just one month before we do it again for Christmas.Here are my picks for top 5 places in the city to celebrate American Thanksgiving.Note: Reservations are recommended.

Peartree Restaurant

507 Parliament St, Toronto, ON M4X 1P3

Peartree is known for its plentiful Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner, so it’s exciting that they’ll be doing it in honour of the south-of-the-border holiday on Thursday. The menu ensures that you won’t go home hungry: Roasted Butternut Squash Soup Buttermilk Biscuit Roasted Turkey with Apple, Onion & Sage Stuffing Turkey Gravy Cranberry Sauce Garlic Mashed Potatoes Fresh Vegetables Pumpkin Pie $ 23.99 per person

Southern Accent

839 College St, Toronto, ON M6H 1A1

Ahh, Turducken. One of the most brilliant dishes ever invented. And this American Thanksgiving, you can experience this Southern delicacy at Southern Accent (As it can take roughly 10 hours to assemble and cook yourself, this is much, much easier). Turducken is a chicken stuffed into a duck stuffed into a turkey. I told you it was brilliant. Annual Turducken Dinner Prix-fixe $35.00 ( tax) or A la carte $29.00 ( tax) Appetizer Mulligatawny Soup (V, GF) apple curry powder,coconut milk or Orleans Salad (GF) Mixed baby greens with roasted pecans, gorgonzola cheese, Ontario Bosc pear, sundried cranberry maple balsamic vinaigrette Main Course Turducken (Turkey, Duck and Chicken in a roll roasted in the oven with 3 stuffings) Sweet potato cornbread,bacon and greens Blue Crab meat and holy trinity of veg Dirty rice and andouille Smoky sage and giblet pan gravy Cranberry tangerine chutney compote Green beans with lemon vinaigrette and parmesan breadcrumbs Roasted garlic mashed potatoes Dessert Choose from our regular dessert list or Pumpkin Brulee or Dessert Drink

Wahlburgers Toronto

46 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J6

Who better to serve up an American holiday meal than the boys from Boston? Chef Paul created the Thanksgiving Burger ($9.95), calling it "Like Thanksgiving leftovers on a bun." With fresh ground seasoned turkey, stuffing, Paul's orange cranberry sauce, roasted butternut squash, and mayonnaise, it's the whole holiday meal in a convenient handheld version. And it's available ALL.YEAR. LONG. Talk about being thankful.

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