Popular Thanksgiving Feast Comes in Both Ready-to-Eat and Ready-to-Bake Formats and Features Additional Incentive for Early-Bird Orders   


For the third year in a row, Railtown Catering is helping hosts remove the hassle from the holidays by with its best-selling gourmet Thanksgiving To-Go packages, available for pickup or delivery in time for the upcoming Thanksgiving weekend.


Combining Railtown’s signature creativity and classic gourmet cuisine, the Thanksgiving To-Go feast — which includes a 16-lb. sage-roasted turkey and giblet gravy, salad and an array of seasonal sides as well as pumpkin pie with Chantilly cream for dessert — is available for $299 plus tax and comes in both ready-to-eat (hot) and ready-to-bake (cold) formats.


The ideal holiday spread for crowds of eight to 10 people, Thanksgiving To-Go package orders must be placed by Wednesday October 4 at Noon and are available for pickup between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. (ready-to-bake) and between 3 and 5 p.m. (ready-to-eat) at Railtown Cafe at 397 Railway Street on Sunday, October 8 and Monday October 9, or by delivery for an additional charge.


As an added early-bird incentive, patrons who place their order on or before Thursday, September 21 will also receive a complimentary $40 gift card for use at any of Railtown Cafe’s four Vancouver locations.

—Thanksgiving To-Go Menu —

16-lb Sage-Roasted Organic Turkey

Traditional Giblet Gravy

Organic Mesclun Greens with Candied Walnuts, Citrus Segments, Aged Sherry Vinaigrette

Dried Apricot, Chestnut & Brioche Bread Stuffing

Maple-Glazed Sweet Potatoes

Mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes with Chives

Buttered Baby Carrots

Brussels Sprouts with Toasted Almonds

House-made Dinner Rolls & Focaccia with Sweet Butter

Wild Flower Honey & Ginger Infused Cranberry Sauce

Classic Pumpkin Pie with Chantilly Cream  


Continuing their ongoing commitment to giving back to the community at large, Railtown will once again donate partial proceeds from the sale of each Thanksgiving To-Go package to its neighbour Mission Possible, a non-profit organization that provides street-level care for those with immediate and critical needs in the Downtown Eastside.

Orders for Railtown Catering’s Thanksgiving To-Go packages must be received by Wednesday, October 4 at Noon — or on or before Thursday, September 21 to qualify for the early-bird Railtown Cafe gift-card incentive — and may be placed online at railtowncatering.ca/thanksgiving-turkey-to-go or by calling 604-568-8811.


ABOUT RAILTOWN CATERING | Led by Chef/Partners Dan Olson and Tyler Day and located in the heart of Vancouver’s heritage Railtown District, Railtown Catering offers a signature combination of classical French technique and inspired West Coast style and provides personalized food and beverage menus for a wide array of private and corporate functions as well as daily office deliveries throughout Vancouver. Whatever the celebration or location, Railtown Catering’s friendly and intuitive team of chefs, event planners and elite service staff have earned a reputation for creativity, innovation and finesse by delivering a refined, first-class experience from start to finish.


For more information about Railtown Catering, visit www.railtowncatering.ca, become a fan of /Railtown Catering on Facebook or follow @RailtownCaters on Twitter and @RailtownCaters on Instagram.


397 Railway St., Vancouver, B.C. V6A 1A4 | Mon – Fri 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. | 604-568-8811


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