Join your fellow Canadians for our Fourth Annual Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner
Did you know?
Americans did not invent Thanksgiving. It began in Canada. Frobisher’s celebration in 1578 was 43 years before the pilgrims gave thanks in 1621 for the bounty that ended a year of hardships and death. Abraham Lincoln established the date for the US as the last Thursday in November. In 1941, US Congress set the National Holiday as the fourth Thursday in November.
Mini Tourtiere Pies
Duck Fat Fries and Duck Confit Poutine
Maple Candied Salmon Jerky
Salt and Vinegar Chips
Complimentary Wine and Canadian Beer
Nova Scotia Lobster Chowder
Mache & Endive Salad with Roasted Butternut Squash & Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
Roasted Maple Brine Turkey | Bacon Brussels sprouts | Brown Butter Turnips | Chestnut Stuffing | Gravy | Cranberry Orange Sauce
Portobello Mushroom Wellington | Seasonal Vegetables| Roasted Red Pepper Coulis
Saskatoon Berry Pie
Macintosh Apple Cobbler
(Menu Subject to Refinement)
Valet Parking, Reception, Meal, Tax and Gratuity