Available in Ready-to-Eat and Ready-to-Bake Formats, Railtown’s Gourmet Dinner Packages Offer Festive Holiday Feast With Portion of Proceeds Donated to Downtown Eastside Charity
The popular ready-made festive feasts are suitable for eight to 10 people and include a 16-lb sage-roasted turkey with giblet gravy, stuffing, an array of side dishes, cranberry sauce, rolls and focaccia bread and dessert. Railtown is also offering guests the option of adding on a variety of extra sides, desserts and sauces for larger groups, as well as vegetarian-friendly tofu skewers.
Railtown’s Holiday Turkey To-Go packages are priced at $299 plus tax and come in both ready-to-eat (hot) and ready-to-bake (cold, fully cooked) formats on December 24 and 25 and ready-to-bake only on December 26. Packages are available for pickup at Railtown Cafe at 397 Railway Street in Vancouver or delivery within the Greater Vancouver area for an additional charge.
— Holiday Turkey To-Go Menu —
16-lb Sage-Roasted Organic Turkey
Traditional Giblet Gravy
Dried Apricot, Chestnut and Brioche Bread Stuffing
Maple-Glazed Sweet Potatoes
Mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes with Chives
Buttered Baby Carrots
Brussels Sprouts with Toasted Almonds
Wild Flower Honey and Ginger Infused Cranberry Sauce
House-made Railtown Dinner Rolls and Focaccia Bread with Sweet Butter
Organic Mesclun Greens with Candied Walnuts, Citrus Segments, Aged Sherry Vinaigrette
Classic Pecan Pie with Chantilly Cream
Once again, Railtown Catering will donate a portion of the proceeds from each package sold to Mission Possible, a non-profit neighbourhood organization that provides street-level care for those with immediate and critical needs in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
“The whole point of these packages is to take away the hassle of holiday entertaining,” says Railtown Catering Chef and Co-owner Dan Olson. ”We look forward to once again helping people take time out of the kitchen and spend more time with friends and family while also giving a little something back to those who are most in need this holiday season.”