4 Vancouver Restaurants Providing Thanksgiving Feasts

Who says you have to cook a turkey on Thanksgiving? The feasts offered at these Vancouver restaurants will give you something to be thankful for. Plus, no dishes!

Credit: Pumpkin Pie

This Thanksgiving, you can have your pumpkin pie and eat it too with a little help from these local restaurants

Did the holiday season creep up on you? Are you too stressed, too busy or just too late to plan an elaborate meal? Hoping to enjoy Thanksgiving without the stress? Treat yourself to a prix fixe feast at one of these fine local establishments and be thankful you didn’t settle for a turkey pizza to go.

Cloud 9 Revolving Restaurant

The panorama view from this revolving restaurant is infinitely more pleasing than a sink full of dirty dishes. Cloud 9 Revolving Restaurant offers three gourmet entrée options sure to satisfy the whole family, ranging from classic roast turkey to basa meunière.

Oct. 11&14: $32.95
Oct. 12&13: $34.95

1400 Robson St.

Bacchus Restaurant at The Wedgewod Hotel & Spa

Bacchus Restaurant gives the holiday a gourmet spin with their elegant Thanksgiving menu. Focused on fall favourites and rich flavours, this three-course meal will even compete with your grandmother’s cooking (just don’t tell her that).

And if you’re looking to celebrate American Thanksgiving north of the border, you’re in luck. Bacchus will be repeating their Thanksgiving event on Thursday, November 28th.

Oct. 13-14: $55
Thu Nov. 28: $55

845 Hornby St.

Yew Seafood + Bar at The Four Seasons

The Yew Seafood + Bar menu says it all: Turkey O.M.G.! Yew gives your traditional turkey a West Coast kick, adding crab and chorizo stuffing, black truffle jus, buttered asparagus and lobster mash potato. You can savour the delectable seafood that has put Yew on the map without neglecting your holiday heritage. And with three other entrée options, your only complaint will be having to choose.

Oct. 10-14: $51 (certain plates offered at additional cost)

791 West Georgia St.

Graze Restaurant

Are you intimidated by the thought of cooking Tofurkey at home? Graze has you covered. This year marks their inaugural “modern traditional” Thanksgiving dinner, which is music to Vancouver vegans’ ears. And while their main course remains under wraps, the preview menu will get your mouth watering.

Sun, Oct. 13: $30

3980 Fraser St.