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5 places to grab a great Thanksgiving meal to-go in Edmonton

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Well, folks, Thanksgiving in Edmonton is just around the corner, and that can only mean one thing- figuring out what your plan is for the massive dinner. Lucky for you, we’ve rounded up a few of our top picks in the city. Plus, we’ve got one outside the box idea if you’re ready to break the turkey tradition.

Fairmont Hotel Macdonald

We’re kicking things off with the most high class and classic option for Thanksgiving in Edmonton. While this is pricey ($70/ish per person), you will be treated to an amazing turkey dinner with all the sides you want. We’re talking Butternut Squash Soup, Whipped Buttermilk Mash Potatoes, and Fall Vegetables, plus all the fixings.

Cost: $140 for 2, $500 for 8

Highlevel Diner

The Highlevel Diner is offering a heat-and-serve option for its famous turkey dinner this year. The dish comes with potatoes, fall veggies, and some delicious sounding fixings. Peach and ginger cranberries? Fig stuffing? With that kind of flair, we expected a much higher price.

Cost: $21/person, $70 for 3/4 people, and $90 for 5/6 people

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Canteen

Canteen’s Thanksgiving meal might be our top choice on the list. For $35 a person, you’ll be treated to a massive dinner with everything you can ask for included, from cranberry sauce to a maple pecan tart for dessert. Throw a bottle of wine in there for an extra $25, and you’ll be absolutely cruising on Sunday.

Cost: $35 per person

Earls

We have to give it up to Earls for having one of the best pumpkin pies in the game. Pair that with a reasonably-priced dinner and a whole host of locations, and this is definitely the most convenient pick of the bunch. Keep it in mind if you realize Friday night that you do want to celebrate on Monday.

Cost: $26 per person, $95 for four, $28/pie

Biera & Blind Enthusiasm

The Biera Box is our left-field pick for Thanksgiving this year. Why? Because we’ve never substituted a fondue experience for a turkey dinner before, but our curiosity is piqued. Cheese, focaccia, some meat, and a pumpkin dessert sounds right up our alley. Plus, it comes with a bottle of Blind Enthusiasm beer!

Cost: $75

And that’s our roundup of the best Thanksgiving meals-to-go in Edmonton this year! We hope that you enjoy the festivities, folks!