Thanksgiving is this weekend, and with that comes an influx of planning. Whether you are celebrating at home with family, or out on the town with friends, Bloor-Yorkville has everything you need to make this a Thanksgiving weekend you won’t forget!
Thanksgiving Brunch and Dinner in Bloor-Yorkville
Café Boulud at the Four Seasons Hotel
60 Yorkville Avenue
Make it an extra special Thanksgiving weekend with the glamorous ambiance of the Four Seasons Hotel! Enjoy a three-course brunch on Saturday, Oct. 7th, or Sunday, Oct. 8th, from 11:30 pm – 2:30 pm. If you prefer dinner, enjoy the three-course prixe fixe Thanksgiving dinner menu on Sunday, Oct. 8th from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm or Monday, Oct. 9th from 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm.
Chef de Cuisine Colin Henderson and his team have designed the menus to include featured items, along with traditional Thanksgiving classics.
Hemingway’s Restaurant & Bar
142 Cumberland Street
Enjoy a casual Thanksgiving meal at Hemingway’s! On both Sunday, the 8th and Sunday the 9th, gather with friends for a classic turkey dinner with all the sides and, of course, pumpkin pie. The set meal is $23 per person making it an accessible option for a carefree Friendsgiving experience. Sittings will be offered starting at 11 am until 11 pm.
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If you’re opting for more of a party atmosphere, STK is offering up “Canadian Thanksgiving” from October 6th through the 9th. Their dine-in holiday menu features free-range turkey, spiced pumpkin pie, and a variety of signature sides, such as cornbread and sage stuffing, sautéed green beans, mashed potatoes, and more! They’re also offering a takeout menu so you can recreate the
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Whether you want to go out for dinner or are opting for a cozy night in, The Oxley has you covered. This year, they’re offering a three-course menu with your choice of starter, main, and dessert, along with your choice of two sides. If you’re looking to serve the meal at home, the team will have it ready to be reheated and served with zero fuss!
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Whole Foods: If you’re planning to host a Thanksgiving dinner and want a bit of help in the catering department, you don’t need to look much further than Whole Foods. With options that serve from 4 people to 12, including a vegan menu, and a variety of appetizers and small bites, they have every element covered for a successful holiday meal.
Eataly: Take a trip to Italy for Thanksgiving this year! Eataly’s has put together a full assortment of hosting essentials holiday offerings, including a fresh seafood platter, housemade pasta, seasonal fresh vegetables, and of course, regional wines and housemade desserts.
Wishing you all a happy and healthy Thanksgiving weekend! We hope to see you out exploring all the best that Bloor-Yorkville has to offer.