Where to Get Thanksgiving Dinner Takeout in Toronto

Where to Get Thanksgiving Dinner Takeout in Toronto - SavvyMom
Happy little girl enjoying in Thanksgiving dinner with her family in dining room.

So what are your plans for Thanksgiving? Officially falling on Monday, October 10, the turkey-focused day is around the corner! Now that we’ve raised your blood pressure, let’s take it back down with some helpful information. While we can’t help you clean your house or deal with family drama, we can assist when it comes to making dinner. And by “assist” we mean provide you with details on a dozen restaurants and caterers that are offering Thanksgiving dinner takeout in Toronto.

And while turkey is the star of most of these meals, we’ve made sure to feature a few other main course options, including vegetarian choices. We’ve also tried to include spots that cater to a range of price points and crowd sizes. When known, we’ve included the deadline for placing your order. However, given supply and staffing issues, we recommend that you place your order as soon as you’ve picked up which spots works best for your family.

Where to Get Thanksgiving Dinner Takeout in Toronto:

Blake House

449 Jarvis St., Toronto

This year, Cabbagetown restaurant The Blake House is offering a takeout version of its Thanksgiving dinner (which is also available in-restaurant). For $31 per person, you get a traditional roast turkey dinner, complete with the usual trimmings and topped off with a slice of pecan cheesecake. Food can be picked up from Friday, October 7 to Monday, October 11.

Corbin Catering & Foods

1670 Kingston Rd., Toronto

Customers return year after year to snap up Corbin Catering & Foods’ delicious Thanksgiving dinner takeout in Toronto. This year, the Thanksgiving hamper consists of cream of butternut squash and parsnip soup, roasted balsamic autumn vegetables, slow roasted turkey and more. A meal for four runs $220 with delivery and pickup options available for October 6 through 9. All Thanksgiving hamper orders will receive a complimentary holiday hurricane candle holder and this year, 10 per cent of Thanksgiving hamper sales will be donated to the fresh fruit snack programs run by local elementary schools.

The Ellery Market

1870 Danforth Ave.

Known for its focus on local, fresh ingredients, The Ellery Market has assembled three different Thanksgiving takeout menus, all in the $49-$53 per person range. The Classic menu is built around roast turkey breast and starts off with assorted “nibbles” such as local cheeses. For sides, it features Yukon mash, roasted squash medley, gravy avec au jus and more. For dessert, there’s pumpkin cake trifle with salted caramel cream Montmorency cherries. The For The Love of Duck option features all of that but with the turkey swapped out for a King Cole duck confit leg. Have a vegetarian on your guest list? The Ellery can easily accommodate them, with a menu that includes quinoa -stuffed acorn squash. All orders must be submitted by October 2 and must be picked up on October 9.


791 Broadview Ave., Toronto

Looking for a mix of white and dark turkey that’s carved up and ready to be served (after some time in the oven)? Then check out Kitchenette’s Thanksgiving package. It also includes garlic mash potatoes, roasted Brussel sprout salad and maple sage butter to accompany COBS dinner rolls. But perhaps the best part of this meal is that you get to choose one of the following
desserts: Caramel apple crisp cheesecake, graham crust pumpkin pie or chocolate hazelnut mousse cake. A meal for four costs $175, with the option to add additional portions for two. Orders must be placed by October 4 at 6pm and the meal can be picked up either October 8 or the 9.

Lakeview Restaurant

1132 Dundas St. W, Toronto

A juicy, deep-fried turkey from the Lakeview has become a tradition for countless Toronto families and for good reason: These birds are delicious! Details on this meal, including pricing, are still being worked out, but based on past years, expect to be able to pick up a whole bird with the typical trimmings, including stuffing, roasted vegetable, and gravy, potentially with the option to add on a pie. Past years have also offered a vegetarian tofurkey with appropriate sides. Also, just in case your planned Thanksgiving dinner goes sideways, note that the Lakeview is offering this dinner as a dine-in option, with no reservations needed.

McEwan Catering

38 Karl Fraser Rd., Toronto

Looking for selection? Then you need to check out what well-known McEwan Catering has on offer. While the Cooked Turkey dinner, which starts at $295 for eight to 10 people and comes with roasted root vegetables, freshly baked bread, homemade stuffing and more, is a classic, other choices include salmon, surf and turf and even a seafood fest. You can also easily add on supplementary products from McEwan’s extensive pantry. Whatever you select, make sure to place your order at least 72 hours prior to when you want to either pick up your order or have it delivered.

Mr. Good Meats

Feed your family while also nourishing others with an order from Mr. Good Meats. The caterer is partnered with The Red Door Family Shelter and generously donates 20 meals to the shelter for every Thanksgiving package it sells. Mr. Good Meats’ Thanksgiving special features slow roasted turkey with country sage stuffing and all the usual trimmings including cranberry compote, homemade gravy, whipped potatoes, and maple glazed carrots. The standard meal is $199.99 for ten people but additional portions can easily be added on. Mr. Good Meats is a delivery-only place and will bring the food to your door on October 7, 8, or 9.


Fairmont Royal York, 100 Front St. W

Here’s another decadent option from one of Toronto’s leading hotels. Choose from either a cider and thyme brined Ontario free-range turkey or a royal honey and grainy mustard leg of ham. Each protein is accompanied by a cornucopia of sides including butternut squash and sweet potato bisque, brioche popover rolls, maple glazed vegetables and even a choice of
pumpkin or apple pie. Each meal is designed to serve either four or eight people, with pricing starting at $300. Orders must be placed by noon on October 5 for pick up on Sunday, October 9.

Smokin Bones Barbecue & Catering

707 Dundas St. W, Toronto

Expecting a big crowd? Then Smokin Bones’ various holiday dinners might be perfect for your family. Four different packages are available, each serving a minimum of 20 people. The $22 per person ‘Tis The Season option includes sliced white and dark roasted Ontario turkey and all the traditional sides including apple and sage stuffing, buttered green beans and Yukon gold mashed potatoes. The $26 per person Season of Giving package features all of that tastiness, plus baked holiday ham with glazed pineapple. Not into turkey? Then check out the Feast of the Season, which runs $19 per person and stars lemon and herb scented roast chicken, accompanied by cranberry and sage stuffing, mashed potatoes, and more.

Summerhill Market

446 Summerhill Ave., Toronto

Summerhill Market’s turkey dinner is so beloved that it’s actually available year-round. Known for its generous portion, each meal comes with a mix of dark and light turkey, French green beans, maple roasted mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Everything is packaged for a quick and easy warmup in your oven. Dinners are priced at $38 per person and are sold in multiples of twos or fours. Orders should be placed at least 72 hours in advance and delivery is available for an extra fee, or pick the meals up yourself, along with any last-minute grocery items. Summerhill Market also offers a beef tenderloin version of the above dinner, for those looking for something a little meatier.


Ritz-Carlton, 181 Wellington St. W, Toronto

Want to live it up this Thanksgiving, but in the comfort of your own home? Then consider having your Thanksgiving feast supplied by TOCA, the elegant Italian restaurant found inside the Ritz-Carleton. While TOCA didn’t get back to us with specific details, past years have featured a multi-course meal featuring soup, salad, sides, and an Ontario free-range turkey. Based on information found online, orders must be placed before noon on October 4 and then picked up on Sunday, October 9. Two size options are available, with dinner for four starting at $375.

Velouté Bistro & Catering

2045 Lake Shore Blvd. W, Toronto

Now located in Etobicoke, this restaurant that specializes in farm-to-table, locally produced food is offering a number of options for take-out Thanksgiving dinner. If you want a traditional meal, opt for the classic roast turkey dinner with the usual sides, including garlic mash potatoes and roasted carrots and Brussels sprouts, available for $74 a person or $469 for a version tailored to eight people. But if turkey’s not your family’s thing, check out the other options, which include smoked Australian boneless leg of lamb, $239 for four, and smoked prime ribs, $475 for six people.


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