By the time Christmas dinner comes round, your inner Martha has headed to the North Pole for the afterparty. We get it. Here are a few ways to deliver dinner to your table without slaving over your stove.
Cravings Restaurant in Marpole offers turkey dinner with all the fixings at a reasonable cost—and with just 24 hours notice.
Rather not fuss over whether the turkey is done? Splurge on dinner from the Fairmont Vancouver, where $375 buys you dinner for 8–10 guests.
Lumpy gravy be gone. Order dinner from the Sutton Place Hotel. They’ve perfected turkey jus—why bother with your own?
Local caterers won’t leave you out in the cold. Check out the Peake of Catering if you have a minimum of six guests. Pick up December 24.
Vegetarians in your midst? No problem. Whole Foods offers a Tofurkey Feast. Good to know: the (cruelty-free) gravy is to die for.
Seriously, there’s no hero cookie for doing it all on Christmas Day. Take a shortcut this year so you can enjoy the revelry, too.
This will be the best holiday dinner you never cooked. Consider it our gift to you.
We’ve got more ways to rock the holidays—just click through to our 101 Ways to Be a Holiday Hero.