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Where to go for inexpensive but decent Thanksgiving turkey dinner?

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KitchenVoodoo Oct 2, 2010 07:24 PM

I see that the Tulip at Queen East & Coxwell is advertising a turkey dinner for $16. Starts at noon on Sunday 9th and goes until 10th I think.
Any other suggestions?

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    The Macallan 18 Oct 3, 2010 09:30 AM

    You may want to try a gastro pub like The Queen and Beaver. Otherwise, all the top hotels will have turkey dinners. I remember having a very good yet fairly priced dinner at Annona in The Park Hyatt a few years back.

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    Park Hyatt
    Toronto, ON, Toronto, ON , CA

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      millygirl Oct 3, 2010 10:25 AM

      Agreed on Annona. Not inexpensive though. But they always put on a lovely Thanksgiving menu. In fact we have reservations for this Sunday and very much looking forward to it.

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        millygirl Oct 5, 2010 08:07 AM

        More than double the cost, but probably also twice as good, I notice that Globe Bistro is offering a prix fixe 3 course turkey dinner with trimmings for $35 pp.

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          foodyDudey Oct 5, 2010 01:10 PM

          It's probably 5x as good as the Tulip, for 2x the price. I'm waiting for Nov. 4, when they have the next winemaker's dinner!

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            Davedigger Oct 13, 2010 10:40 AM

            I took my parents and a friend to Globe on Sunday. The turkey lovers LOVED the meal. The people that are not-so-much on turkey had a meh experience. Yes, yes. They shouldn't have ordered the turkey. I must say though, the green beans were an orgasmic experience. I have never in my life had green beans so delicious. They were served with a butter sauce, but there was an herb or spice in it that I couldn't place. So, so good.

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              abigllama Oct 13, 2010 05:07 PM

              Glad to hear that Globe delivered again, we were there last year it was possibly the best Turkey dinner we'd ever had.

              We opted for something close and mellow this year and had a great turkey meal at The Blake House on Jarvis. It was solid with thoughtful sides and a steal at $19. Globe was better but we still had an excellent meal about about half the cost, we'd gladly return to both in the future.

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              The Blake House
              449 Jarvis St, Toronto, ON M4Y, CA

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        MeMeMe Oct 5, 2010 09:40 AM

        I used to go to the Madison for a Turkey dinner - it was always very good. I agree - the pubs can do a turkey.

        1. jlunar Oct 5, 2010 01:54 PM

          Just as a note to the Thanksgiving menus, Enoteca Sociale is doing a $35 three-course dinner. I don't know what it consists of, but they exclaim to go and celebrate the Roman festival of Cerelia with them. I thought that was cute. Did they have turkeys back then?

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          Enoteca Sociale
          1288 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J, CA

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            Herb Oct 5, 2010 01:56 PM

            Not before the pilgrims.

          2. Bobby Wham Oct 5, 2010 02:24 PM

            Portuguese chicken spot

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