7 Toronto Restaurants That Will Deliver You Amazing Christmas Feasts For Under $50
The second-best thing to your mom's cooking.
Many Canadians won't be able to travel home for Christmas and will miss out on their favourite home-cooked meals.
Luckily,are stepping in and providing plenty of seasonal feast options for anyone craving the taste of turkey.
All of these, meaning you won't even need to leave your couch to enjoy some fine holiday dining.
Why You Need To Go: The Sunday roast from Liberty Commons is about as traditional as you can get, with roast potatoes (nicknamed "nan's roasties"), gravy, and a Yorkshire pudding to boot for only $26.
The dish is only available on (you guessed it) Sundays, so you'll have to plan your holiday week accordingly if you want to snag one.
Why You Need To Go: Velouté offers an individual turkey dinner and larger meals for groups of four to 10.
The 10-person meal works out to around $38 per person and comes with pumpkin soup, Yukon gold potatoes, and dessert.
Why You Need To Go: Swiss Chalet has a bunch of different holiday options, from chicken dinners to chicken sandwiches to a rack combo.
But the restaurant allows you to add cranberry sauce, stuffing, and chocolate to any of their non-holiday meals as well, so you can make any of their dinners as festive as you'd like.
Why You Need To Go: As if turkey poutine wasn't quite festive enough, Smoke's Poutinerie has added cranberry sauce and stuffing as well.
This is a limited-time offering from Smoke's, so if you miss out you'll have to bring your own cranberry sauce with you next time you visit the restaurant.
Smokin' Bones BBQ & Catering
Why You Need To Go: Smokin' Bones also offers catering packages for larger groups of people, scaling both in price and size.
They promise their turkey dinners will come with both dark and white meat for only $16.95 per person.
Why You Need To Go: Summerhill Market offers turkey, ham, and beef dinners, but their online market also allows you to pick up bits and pieces of a full feast as you'd like.
For instance, you can pick up a litre of turkey gravy or a jar of cranberry sauce to accompany your dinners. You can also order enough stuffing to feed eight people, but those serving sizes are obviously completely optional.
Cookie Pizzas Inc.
Why You Need To Go: You've had your holiday feast and now you need dessert. You can still keep it thematically coherent with Cookie Pizza Inc.'s candy cane pizza cookie.
It's a cookie that's the size of an 8'' pizza and it's topped with a candy cane per slice, just as God intended.