Thanksgiving in Park City
Stay Out of the Kitchen This Thanksgiving in Park City
For many aspiring Food Network wannabes, Thanksgiving is a time to show off culinary skills, crafting the newest spaghetti squash incarnation or rolling pie dough from scratch.
If your skills are more in line with the Pillsbury Doughboy and “cranberry sauce with the can marks still showing,” you might want to consider taking advantage of the turkey day opportunities at one of Park City’s celebrated restaurants. We turned to the Park City Restaurant Association for their list of participating eateries.
Deer Valley Thanksgiving
To immerse yourself in a true winter wonderland, head up to Apex at Montage Deer Valley, and take in the breathtaking array of twinkle lights that line the trees at the hotel’s majestic entryway. Dinner will be served from noon until 8 p.m., and is $85 for adults, $40 for children. Click here for reservations.
Stay in lower Deer Valley and check out the prix-fixe dinner offering at the Brass Tag, located in the Lodges, and offering both their fixed menu ($48 for two) and a la carte options. Dinner will be served from 5:30-9 p.m., and reservations are available by clicking here.
Set on making your own bird? Then bring home the Deer Valley Difference via side dishes and desserts from the yummy Deer Valley Grocery-Café. Items include soups, veggie dishes, breads, gravy and nine different pies. Orders must be placed by 5 p.m. on November 21, and picked up by 7 p.m. on November 23. Click here for details.
Thanksgiving at the Hyatt
Escala at Hyatt Centric Park City, located at Canyons Village, is making it possible for folks to pick their day to celebrate by offering their Thanksgiving menu on both Wednesday, November 23, and Thursday, November 24. Their $28 per person (two person minimum) prix-fixe dinner features a molasses-brined turkey with apple and pecan stuffing, complemented by glazed sweet potatoes, buttermilk mashed potatoes with black pepper gravy, French onion soup and housemade pies and cobblers. A la carte menus are also offered. Click here for more information.
Thanksgiving at the Stein Eriksen
If a five-star buffet is on your holiday wish list, head to the Glitretind at the stately Stein Eriksen Lodge and indulge in everything from steamed shellfish and wild salmon, to buffalo short ribs, bourbon glazed ham and roasted Utah turkey. The kiddos even get their own buffet at this luxe gastronomic extravaganza, which also features a Grande Dessert Display. The buffet runs from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m., and prices are $75 for adults, $25 for children ages 5-12. To make reservations, call 435.645.6455, or click here.
A Waldorf Astoria Thanksgiving
Powder at Waldorf-Astoria, located near Canyons Village, also offers an elegant buffet dining option for Thanksgiving, with entrees like roasted turkey, honey clove glazed ham, short ribs, king salmon and prime beef tenderloin. Sides include classics like candied yams, mashed potatoes, honey-glazed carrots, sautéed Brussels sprouts, baked pies and cakes, along with more non-traditional items such as seafood, soups, cheeses, charcuterie and berries for starters. Cost is $55 per person, and the buffet runs from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Click here for reservations.
Prospector Square Thanksgiving
Tackle turkey day, steakhouse-style, at the Grub Steak in Prospector Square, where a three-course Thanksgiving dinner will be offered from 2-8 p.m., including a choice of soup, Caesar salad or their famous salad bar, stuffed turkey and gravy with green beans almondine, mashed potatoes, citrus cranberry relish, two types of bread and a choice of pumpkin pie or apple bread pudding with High West bourbon sauce. Dinner is $30.75 for adults, $15.75 for children 12 and younger. Click here for more information and reservations.