Where to Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner in Park City 2018
When Park City Mountain is freshly open, temperatures are comfortable and crowds are low, sometimes the last place you want to be is in the kitchen. Luckily, the amazing restaurants in the area make it easy to enjoy Thanksgiving in Park City without the hassle. Whether you’re venturing up from Salt Lake City, or visiting the area from out-of-state, we’re sure you’ll be able to find a restaurant that satisfies those Thanksgiving food cravings.
Here are a few of our favorite restaurants open on Thanksgiving, so you can focus on fun times with family and friends:
Apex at Montage Deer Valley
9100 Marsac Ave., (435) 604-1300
Thanksgiving in Park City wouldn't be complete without a trip to Montage. The hotel offers weekend-long holiday activities such as turkey-themed archery lessons, cookie decorating classes and a Saturday night tree lighting. Its signature restaurant Apex dishes out an unforgettable turkey buffet with all the fixings, as well as a grab-and-go dinner for $250 that feeds as many as eight people. Guests at the hotel can even get their meal delivered for $500 via room service. The buffet is available from 12 pm to 8 pm and costs $85 for adults and $40 for kids.
Butcher's Chop House & Bar
751 Main St., (435) 647-0040
If you're looking for a classic turkey dinner with all the trimmings, look no further than Butcher's Chop House & Bar. On top of its regular menu, the local favorite will also serve up a mouth-watering two-course platter of turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, garlic green beans and candied yams, as well as a delicious slice of pumpkin or pecan pie. Butcher's is famously child-friendly and is open from 2 pm to 11 pm. Adults eat for $35; kids eat for $18.
The Brass Tag at Deer Valley
2900 Deer Valley Dr., (435) 615-2410
The Brass Tag will have a three-course prix fixe menu combining its signature Deer Valley-inspired comfort food with autumnal cuisine that’s sure to delight. The maple glazed brick oven roasted turkey is certainly the star of this Thanksgiving feast, but don’t skip the roasted butternut squash soup, or the pumpkin cheesecake topped with berries and housemade vanilla ice cream. Thanksgiving dinner service at The Brass Tag in Deer Valley Lodge is open from 5 pm to 9 pm and costs $49 per person.
Cena at The Chateaux Deer Valley
7815 Royal Street East St., (435) 658-9500
This family-friendly restaurant hosts an Italian inspired menu that is sure to please anyone looking for something different this Thanksgiving. Family and friends can enjoy Cena’s famous summer menu this holiday with selections that balance culinary sophistication with exquisite comfort food. Stray away from tradition by enjoying fried clams, pork belly agnolotti, an assortment of pizzas and classic Italian dishes this Thanksgiving. Book a table from 5 pm to 10 pm. Reservations are required.
The Eating Establishment
317 Main St., (435) 649-8284
If you’re looking for traditional Thanksgiving comfort food with local spirit, look no further than The Eating Establishment. This locally owned restaurant will serve hometown favorites alongside holiday offerings that have been enjoyed by generations since 1972. Enjoy a drink with your meal at their full bar with Park City locals on their patio this Thanksgiving from 8 am to 9 pm. Call to make an optional reservation ahead of time.
Element Kitchen & Bakery
1400 Snow Creek Dr, Suite L, (435) 731-8383
Spend the day with your family and friends rather than in the kitchen. Element Kitchen & Bakery is offering a organic and gluten free Thanksgiving menu. Fresh, hot and ready for pickup on Thanksgiving Day. View Menu. Visit elementparkcity.com to place your order online.
Flanagan's on Main
438 Main St., (435) 649-8600
Drop into Flanagan’s Irish Pub & Restaurant to gobble up traditional Thanksgiving fayre without the fuss. Its warm and comfortable environment is a great place to meet friends and family for an affordable turkey dinner accompanied with mash potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce, pumpkin bread pudding and more. Flanagan’s is open from 11 am to 9 am. Dinner is $29.95 per person.
Grub Steak Restaurant
2093 Sidewinder Dr., (435) 649-8060
Grub Steak Restaurant is the go-to steakhouse for locals looking for a hardy meal with hometown flavor. This rugged kid-friendly restaurant preserves holiday tradition by offering a three-course Thanksgiving meal that fits perfectly among the Western memorabilia lining its walls. Enjoy Butternut and Gala Apple Soup, Carved Roasted Tom Turkey, topped off with Spiced Apple Bread Pudding with large parties of friends and family this Thanksgiving. Saddle up dinner starting at 5 pm to 9 pm. Adults eat for $34.75 and kids (under the age of 12) eat for $17.75.
No Name Saloon & Grill
447 Main St., (435) 649-6667
Are you celebrating Thanksgiving solo because you're working at the resort or any other reason? The No Name Saloon & Grill is a laid-back restaurant, and it’s open on Thanksgiving for you to make the most it. Every year, folks 21 years old and up can enjoy a complimentary Thanksgiving buffet until the last morsels are gone. Take in a game on the biggest football day of the year on one of the saloon's 17 television screens. Soup's on starting at 2 pm until about 5 pm.
Park City Provisions
221 Main St., (435) 649-0799
Feast on a creative Thanksgiving dinner from Park City Provisions from the comfort of your own home. The specialty cafe and market delivers fresh flavors alongside holiday classics with dishes including roasted turkey and gravy, wild game meatballs, and ginger orange glazed carrots. A gourmet dinner for two is $42, and for $10 more, you can avoid dishes by getting your meal served in oven-ready containers. Riverhorse Provisions is open on Thanksgiving Day from 7:30 am to 2 pm. Place your order ahead of time for pickup.
Powder at Waldorf Astoria
2100 Frostwood Dr., (435) 647-5566
At Powder at Waldorf Astoria, seasonal comfort foods inspired by the mountains are king. Bring the crew for a family-style supper of roasted butternut squash soup or goat cheese salad and roasted organic turkey breast and confit of leg or 14-hour beef short rib. Wrap up your meal with pumpkin mousse, Utah apple crumble or a flourless chocolate terrine. Powder is open from 11 am to 8 pm. Adults eat for $55, while kids eat for $35.
Versante Hearth & Bar
2346 Park Ave., (435) 649-5000
If you’re visiting Park City and staying at the Peaks Hotel, Versante Hearth & Bar will be serving Thanksgiving dinner not far from your room. This hotel restaurant offers a comfortable family-friendly atmosphere paired with affordable options for the whole family.
Choose from roasted turkey breast, brown sugar ham, or acorn squash, and roasted turkey breast, but make sure to save room for the complimentary pumpkin mousse bites for dessert. Dinner starts at 4 pm and goes until 10:00 pm. Main courses for adults are $28 and $14 for kids 12 and under.
Staying Home and Wish to Leave the Kitchen Behind?
Here are a couple of options for you to place your Thanksgiving order ahead of time and pick it up on November 21st.
Deer Valley Grocery Café & Deer Valley Bakery
1375 Deer Valley Dr., (435) 615-2400
Deer Valley’s Grocery~Café and Bakery are two Park City staples providing Thanksgiving classics for those looking to stay home and avoid the hassle of cooking. Pick up premade servings of roasted garlic mashers, green bean au gratin, freshly cut turkey, and choose from a wealth of delectable pie offerings, including traditional pumpkin and apple flavors. Place your order at Deer Valley’s café or bakery by 5 pm on Nov. 19 and pick up your meal by 6 pm on Nov. 21.
Windy Ridge Bakery
1250 Ironhorse Dr., (435) 647-2906
Don’t miss out on Windy Ridge’s craft baked goods this Thanksgiving. A local standard, these transformative deep dish pies serve eight to ten people generously. Place an order for a ham and swiss quiche, pumpkin spice pie, or their famous chocolate decadence pie by phone or online before they sell out. All orders will be available for pick up on Wednesday, Nov. 21 between 8 am and 6 pm.
Park City has a wealth of other restaurants open on Thanksgiving as well, so if you're looking for a good meal without the stress, you're in good hands. The Park City Area Restaurant Association website is a valuable resource to help guide you through all your celebrations. We have the scoop on the best dining deals, culinary offerings and events in the area.