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Old 10-03-2012, 02:09 PM   #1
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Any good restaurants serving turkey dinner on Thanksgiving?

Unfortunately my family won't be cooking turkey this Thanksgiving.. My mom suggested going to ABC on Monday since they will be serving turkey brunch.. But id rather go in the evening somewhere and I question ABCs quality lol. Anyone have an suggestions? In the tri cities preferably or Burnaby.
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Just saw this in the paper, but I personally have never been. The reviews seem good?

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Buy from wholefoods. Heard its not bad. Preparing the other stuff shouldn't be too bad.
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We always make our turkey every year but won't be this year.. No time and sister is away, that place at the hotel looks interesting but is quite steep in price.
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Buy from wholefoods. Heard its not bad. Preparing the other stuff shouldn't be too bad.
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Yeah Whole Foods prepare everything for you. All you need to do is pop the turkey in the oven. I buy it every year. The whole meal feeds 8
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Old 10-03-2012, 08:25 PM   #6
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cheap, good, fast

pick two. it'll help us suggest places.
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Shieett....pretty standard at 29-35 a turkey meal, incl dessert per person..

Yeah, just make it yourself. For max 50, you could do everything yourself and a pumpkin pie. Or...



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if you guys are willing to come down to jericho park (1515 Discovery Street, phone# 604-356-2068)
our Social enterprise restaurant (NSCS Discovery restaurant) is serving Thanksgiving Dinner on saturday and sunday (until closing at 930 pm) for 21.95/person.

A 3 course meal with the following:

Acorn squash and pear bisque
followed by stuffed turkey breast and leg (deboned of course) with mashed potatoes, brussel sprouts, cranberry sauce and gravy.

Finished with dessert, a pumpkin cheesecake with fresh made whipped cream.

we are licensed and have local beer on tap and in cans. red and white wine also available.

All profits from the restaurant go towards sponsoring a person in need with a culinary education by our society. see more at North Shore Culinary School
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