Thanksgiving is an occasion to celebrate all we are thankful for. Whether it be family and friends or the little things in life, it is a time to reflect and show our gratitude. Although we are not able to have large gatherings and celebrate with all of our loved ones like years past, businesses located in the Entertainment District are showing their thanks through various programs as a way to liven up Torontonians spirits.
Rosemont Residences – 50 John St
During these difficult days, The Rosemont Residences recognizes everyone could use a little help. That is why Rosemont Residences will pay the utility bills for one year, for any new lease signed in October for November and December occupancies. You’ll rest a little easier knowing that hydro, water and heat/air conditioning costs will be on the house. * 12 month term in an unfurnished suite required.
Par-Tee Put – 26 Duncan St
If you are missing the golf course, Par-Tee Putt Turkey Shoot is on October 11th. All putters playing will automatically be entered into the contest to win a Thanksgiving Turkey. Whoever scores the most Hole in Ones will win a turkey. Score cards must be presented to the Caddy at the end of the 90 minute round of putting. There will be two chances to win between 12:00pm-5:00pm and 5:00pm-10:00pm. Winner will be contacted via email by midnight and can pick up the turkey on Monday October 12th between 12:00pm-3pm to cook for dinner!
Imprint Pilates – 101 Spadina Ave
Ready to work off that Thanksgiving meal? Imprint Pilates in Toronto is one of Toronto’s best-kept secrets, established in 2008. A leader in Pilates fitness and recognized as Canada’s Top Trainers, voted Best Pilates studio BlogTO and Readers Choice. Focused on Private one on one & Semi-Private Pilates, Yoga, TRX athletic conditioning, small group classes and therapeutic programs both virtually or in-person.
Imprint Pilates fall offers include: Promo Private intro $70 inc HST | Virtual Group classes First-week Unlimited for $10 | Group Class in Person First week Unlimited for $25 | Promo 5 group mat classes for $60 ( regular $80/ 30 Day Expiry).
Sportsnet Grill – 1 Blue Jays Way
Dine in and enjoy a three-course Thanksgiving dinner available from 5:00pm – 9:00pm Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Reservations are required by October 8th.
They cook, you serve! Order turkey with all the fixings and enjoy it in the comfort of your home. Traditional Sage Roasted Turkey with Celery and Herb Stuffing, Roasted New Potatoes, Acorn Squash and Turnip Puree, French Beans, Sage Gravy and Homemade Cranberry Orange Sauce $24 per person. Deposit required. Please call (416) 341-5045 to book your reservation or place your order. Full details & menu available here.
Fairmont Royal York – 100 Front St W
Let them do the cooking and you take the credit! The Executive Chef and his culinary team will prepare your entire Thanksgiving meal (turkey or ham) with all of the trimmings. All you have to do is pick it up and serve. Now that’s something to be thankful for! Order your complete Thanksgiving Dinner by 12pm, October 9th for pick up October 11th, 2020.
$240 (serves four-$5 from each order goes to Make A Wish Foundation). Complete details here.
If you are in the mood for Tea, the Fairmont’s “Thanksgiving Tea To Go” is just right for you. Enjoy our buttery house made scones, savoury sandwiches and an assortment of sweets, while you sip on LOT 35 Fairmont curated teas.Order before 12 noon, October 9 for pick-up October 11, 2020.
$96 (serves two-$5 from each order goes to Make A Wish Foundation). Complete details here.
REIGN Restaurant + Bar + Bakery – 100 Front St W
Dine in for a three-course pre-set menu at REIGN available October 11th and 12th. With options to choose from for each course, you and your family can select the perfect pairing that matches your palette. Complete details here.
The Ritz Carlton – 181 Wellington St W
Allow the Chefs to create your holiday dinner complete with trimmings for you to enjoy. Savour an Ontario Free Range Turkey, Apple Sage Stuffing and Cranberry Sauce. Order by October 8th for Pickup on Sunday October 11th, between 2:00pm and 5:00pm. Available through TOCK.
Toronto Railway Museum – 255 Bremner Blvd
Explore Toronto’s railway history on a “Tales of the Rails” tour with the Toronto Railway Museum. Running Thanksgiving weekend continuing into the fall, “Tales of the Rails” uncovers how Toronto’s railways shaped the social landscape of the city since their introduction in the early 1800s. This guided tour shows how Toronto’s oldest communities were impacted by the development of the railways. Tickets can be purchased here.
From meals, deals and activities to take part in, there are plenty of offerings in the Entertainment District for you and your family to enjoy this weekend. Be sure to check them out. Happy Thanksgiving!
Are you a business in the #TorontoED and interested in being featured in a blog? Contact us! firstname.lastname@example.org