Thanksgiving stress is for the birds.

Park City’s world-famous restaurants are once again serving a host of delicious specials for the holiday Nov. 28. Close to a dozen local restaurants and caterers are offering a host of delicious specials, meals and more, each sure to make a satisfying, special occasion whether you eat-in or dine-out.
Between formal multi-course dinners, casual buffets, or catered fare – plus No Name Saloon’s 19th annual free Thanksgiving buffet – you’ll find the dinner that’s right for you, your family and your friends. Read on for a rundown of the meals and other items being offered this Thanksgiving:


The Brass Tag at Deer Valley Resort
Prix fixe, $49/$20 for children 12 and under (tax and gratuity not included)
Please note vegan and vegetarian options are available
The award-winning brick-oven restaurant is serving a four-course prix fixe Thanksgiving menu.  Enjoy a choice of roasted butternut squash soup or baby greens and arugula salad, followed by vegetables and sides including: roasted acorn squash, bourbon glazed carrots, gratin potatoes, whipped yams or mushroom herb stuffing.  Guests can then choose maple glazed brick oven roasted turkey or oven roasted prime rib. Dessert is pumpkin cheesecake or traditional apple pie.
Butcher’s Chop House & Bar
2 – 11 p.m.
2-course prix fixe, $35 for adults, $18 for children
The award-winning steakhouse is doing the classics right: Enjoy savory turkey with mashed potatoes, stuffing garlic green beans and candied yams, followed by your choice of pumpkin pie or pecan pie. (Note: Two-for-ones not eligible on Thanksgiving.)
Courchevel Bistro
2:30 – 7:30 p.m.
$50 adults/$20 children 12 and under (plus tax and service charge)
Reservations required
Family-style dinner includes Courchevel house bread, apple walnut salad, apple smoked ham, organic free range roasted turkey, roasted brussel sprouts, creamed spinach, mashed potatoes and roasted pumpkin. Desserts include pumpkin pie, chocolate mousse, apple tarte tatin, lemon pie and warm mini cookies.
Deer Valley Bakery
To-go items
Order by phone (435-645-6623)
Make Deer Valley’s world-renowned baked goods a part of your Thanksgiving celebration. Enjoy any of seven pies, from classics like traditional apple, blueberry, cherry or pumpkin pies, to the chocolate silk or pecan pies. Platters of a dozen cookies – pumpkin-chocolate chip, brown butter chocolate snickerdoodles, and almond chocolate chip – are also available for order, plus pumpkin swiss roll cake, flourless chocolate cake and butter pull-apart rolls. Place orders by Nov. 25 by 5 p.m.; pick-up by Nov. 27 at 6 p.m. at the Deer Valley Grocery~Café.

Deer Valley Grocery~Café
Thanksgiving Take-Away Menu
Deer Valley Grocery~Café will provide the following items that can be ordered ahead for take-away.  Please place orders by 5 p.m. on Monday, November 25. Please pick up orders by 6 p.m. on Wednesday, November 27, 2019 at the Deer Valley Grocery~Café.
Orders may be placed by phone at 435-615-2400 or online at
  • Lemon Thyme Sauce - Turkey gravy, fresh thyme, lemon (32 oz serves 4 – 6)    $14
  • Cranberry Chutney (gluten free) - Fresh thyme and orange (16 oz serves 6 – 8 )       $11
  • Roasted Garlic Mashers (gluten free) - Yukon Gold potatoes, roasted garlic (serves 4)     $18
  • Roasted Butternut Squash (gluten free) - Sage brown butter, crispy sage (serves 4)  $16
  • Green Bean Au Gratin - Fresh rosemary, gruyere cheese, caramelized onions (serves 4)   $18
  • Wild Mushroom Stuffing - Housemade sourdough bread, sautéed wild mushrooms, roasted leeks, fresh thyme and sage (serves 4) $16  (add sausage additional $5)
Element Kitchen & Bakery
To-go items
Order by phone (435-731-8383) or online (
Park City’s go-to spot for organic fare is offering a host of to-go items sure to be a hit this Thanksgiving, including a range of gluten-free options: Let Element handle the main event by ordering its whole roasted boneless turkey, its house-smoked city ham or its vegetarian quinoa, pecan and shiitake stuffed squash. Or buff-up your table with any of a half-dozen sides like bay-roasted sweet potatoes and wild rice and smoked mushroom stuffing, plus desserts of apple crumble and cardamom scented pumpkin pie. Pick up is available Nov. 26, 27 or 28.  View Menu

The Eating Establishment
2 p.m. – close
$60 for adults and $35 for kids
Vegetarian options are available
Three course dinner includes a mixed green or wedge salad with choice of dressing, slow roasted turkey with housemade stuffing, green beans, classic cranberry sauce, savory mashed potatoes and squash with brown sugar.  Dessert includes a choice of beer bar bread pudding or Patricia’s famous pumpkin cheesecake.  Reservations can be made by calling 435.649.8284.
Flanagan's on Main
Prix fixe menu 11am to 9pm
Adulst $32.95 | Children 12 and under $19.95
Dig into a traditional Thanksgiving dinner at this Main Street mainstay. Start with a fresh salad or Butternut Squash soup, followed by turkey with mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce and a dinner roll. Pumpkin bread pudding will be on offer for dessert.

Grand Summit Hotel
Buffet, 11:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
$74 Adults | $63 Seniors | $39 Kids 6-14 yrs | under 5 Free
There’s something for everyone – and it’s all delicious – at the Grand Summit Hotel’s Thanksgiving Buffet at the Canyons Village. From classics like brown sugar and molasses brined turkey, High West whiskey and maple glazed ham, herb and garlic “emberred” prime rib, and cedar plank roasted king salmon, to no shortage of starters, soups, salads, pastas and all your favorite Thanksgiving sides, plus desserts, you and your loved ones are sure to have a meal to remember.

Grub Steak
Adults $36.75 and children $18.75 under the age of 12
Menu items include butternut squash soup, Park City’s Best salad bar, carved roasted Tom turkey, Autumn harvest stuffing, savory turkey stock gravy, green bean almondine, homemade creamy mashers, fresh citrus cranberry relish, oat & barley beer bread and sourdough baguette.  Desserts include an option of pumpkin pie with vanilla bean whip cream or spiced apple bread pudding with High West Bourbon sauce.
Hearth + Hill
Thanksgiving menu includes roasted turkey breast with dark meat gravy, mashed potatoes, brussel spouts cranberry and pecans.  Thanksgiving sides include skillet roasted brussel sprouts with cranberry, melted inion, honey and balsamic, herb stuffing or ginger sweet potato pie.  Dessert options include pumpkin pie with whipped cream and apple pie with ice cream.
To-go items 
Order in-store or by phone (435-200-8840) starting Oct. 30
This Park City gathering spot is baking up a slew of decadent desserts for Thanksgiving. Selections include scratch pumpkin pie, apple pie and salted caramel apple galette, plus ginger sweet potato pie, molasses pecan pie, and chocolate almond bread pudding with cherry compote. Pick-up is between Nov. 26-28; the restaurant will be open from 12-6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. View Menu
No Name Saloon
Free Buffet, 2 p.m. – until everything is gone!
No Name’s annual free Thanksgiving buffet returns for its 19th year. Enjoy plates heaping with specials while breaking bread and toasting beers with your neighbors.
Park City Provisions by Riverhorse
To-go items
Order online (
Let the chefs of one of Park City’s top-rated restaurants do the cooking for you. Choose from selections like herb-roasted natural turkey with gravy and cranberry relish, baked honey glazed ham with mustard aioli, plus sides of candied sweet potatoes, sage stuffing, rosemary garlic mashed potatoes and more. Spinach and apple salad and dessert of either pumpkin or apple pie are also on offer. Place orders at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled pick-up; pick-up is between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Thanksgiving Day.  View Menu
Windy Ridge Bakery
To-go items
Order online (
Park City’s top bakers are preparing a range of desserts, plus a pair of savory quiches, for the holiday. Choose from selections such as ham and swiss quiche or tomato and spinach quiche, or desserts like mile high apple pie, pumpkin spice pie, and chocolate decadence cake. Place orders by Nov. 24 by 4 p.m.; pick-up is Nov. 27 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

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