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Thanksgiving dinner to-go takes the stress and mess out of holiday entertaining

Sumptuous four-course gourmet turkey dinner ready for Thanksgiving. Photo: Courtesy of Tableau Bar Bistro

Tableau Bar Bistro is offering busy Vancouverites with no time to cook a way to impress friends and family with a Thanksgiving takeaway menu. Executive chef Marc-André Choquette says he will prepare delicious, four-course gourmet dinners for those wanting to kick back and enjoy the long-weekend without the worry of having to cook or clean up after the big occasion.

For every dinner package ordered, Tableau promises to donate a turkey to the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society (GVFBS). This Thanksgiving, those wanting to avoid the stress and mess but wanting to entertain with flair and sophistication, simply need to contact Tableau by 7pm on October 5 to place their order.

Full traditional turkey dinners with all the trimmings can be made for 4, 8 or 12 and picked up over the Thanksgiving weekend. Pick up orders are available on Oct 8, 9, 10: 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and can be placed by dialling 604 639 8692. Call for more information or visit Tableau Bar Bistro website.

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