“Bird is a word” and this Thanksgiving, the word’s out. The Wasatch back is hosting guests throughout some of its’ best eateries and we’re delivering the scoop so you can grab a seat at the table. Whether you want to spend more time in front of the fire and less time in front of the stove, or enjoy the dining experience of table service this holiday, check out these local spots serving up a mean word (I mean bird) this Thanksgiving.
Their motto, “You cook the bird. We’ll do the rest,” offers the home-host a chance to minimize cook time by ordering made-from-scratch market sides from Vessel Kitchen’s Thanksgiving menu. Place your order by November 26 to be sure your bird isn’t flying solo.
From soup to nuts, the Brass Tag’s prix fixe menu offers mountain dining in a resort atmosphere for both kids and adults. Enjoy a four course meal for all ages. ($49 for adults, $20 for children 12 and under).
Cooking for today’s palate requires careful consideration of allergies and dietary restrictions. If you’re hosting an assortment of eaters, look no further than Element Kitchen’s organic and gluten-free Thanksgiving menu. Available for pickup on Thanksgiving Day.
“At the corner of elegance and absolute deliciousness,” says one restaurant reviewer, “…the proof is in the tasting.” This Thanksgiving, The Corner Restaurant is offering you the comforts of eating in with the flavors of dining out. Reserve your takeaway dinner now and secure a 13 or 18 pound honey-brined turkey with all the fixings, including dessert.
This Thanksgiving, we’re chasing fresh pow at the Waldorf Astoria’s in-house restaurant Powder. Enjoy a traditional family-style meal from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Don’t feel like eating out? Order by November 16 for to-go orders with pick up on Thanksgiving Day.
Open from noon to 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Hearth and Hill is welcoming guests of all ages to enjoy dinner at their Kimball Junction location. But for those of you looking to take a piece of their menu home, order ahead and choose from an assortment of cakes and pies, including a chocolate almond bread pudding with cherry compote.
You are now free to move about the cabin, filling your plate with Stein Eriksen Lodge’s yearly Thanksgiving buffet served all day from 11 a.m-7 p.m. Enjoy traditional foods, vegetarian dishes and fresh fish. But act fast, reservations are filling quickly.
What’s better than Thanksgiving on Main Street? Make your reservations for Eating Establishment’s three-course meal served 2-9 p.m. Thanksgiving Day.
Starting at 2 p.m., you can dine in for slow-roasted prime rib, porcini-rubbed turkey breast, brown butter gnocchi or a kids turkey dinner. Bring the whole family and skip the cleanup.