Thanksgiving Dining in Utah 2019 November 12, 2020November 9, 2019 by Stuart Melling Who doesn’t eat turkey on Thanksgiving?The turkey duh, cos he’s always stuffed!2020 UPDATE – looking for where to eat in 2020. Check out the 2020 edition of our Turkey day roundup here.That ones free, you’re welcome. If you decide to cook the big dinner at home this year though – you’re gonna need way more to survive the day. Instead, and as per our yearly recommendation, why not dine or order out this year. The following is every last restaurant special, togo turkey and more than we know about for Thanksgiving 2019 in Utah.Turkey day dining notesPlease note that as we get closer to the big day itself more and more businesses will offer a Thanksgiving option of some sort; we’ll add them here as we discover more, check back often! All descriptions below are provided directly by the businesses.Unless otherwise stated, all restaurant options are for the 28th of NovemberRestaurant DiningThe Aerie @ SnowbirdBuffet11 a.m. – 8.00 p.m.$62 adults, $33 kids 6-12Menu linkA gourmet buffet featuring signature dishes such as herb-rubbed turkey, miso glazed salmon, tea-braised pork shoulder, elk stew, roasted trout and mushroom ravioli.9320 Cliff Lodge Dr, Snowbird, UT 84092(801) 933-2160snowbird.com/dining/the-aerie/The Atrium @ SnowbirdBuffet11 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.$55 adults, $29 kids 6-12Menu linkWith spectacular mountain views, enjoy a buffet of slow-roasted turkey breast, herb roasted chicken, baked salmon, butternut squash ravioli, applewood-smoked ham and Thanksgiving staples with all the trimmings.9320 Cliff Lodge Dr, Snowbird, UT 84092(801) 933-2181snowbird.com/dining/the-atrium/BambaraBuffet11.30 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.$63 for adults, $55 for seniors, $25 kids 5-12Bambara will offer a classic Thanksgiving buffet including a carving station with turkey, whole New York strip, oysters, shrimp, salads and soup. An array of desserts and pastries will also be offered. 202 Main St, Salt Lake City, UT 84101(801) 363-5454bambara-slc.comThe Brass Tag @ Deer ValleyPrix fixe$49 adults, $20 for children 12 and underThe 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. Please note vegan and vegetarian options are available.Butcher’s Chop House2.00 – 11.00 p.m.2 course prix fixe$35 adults, $18 childrenThe 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. 751 Lower Main Street, Park City, UT 84060(435) 647-0040butcherschophouse.comCafe NicheCafe NicheBuffetnoon – 7.00 p.m.$45 adults, $25 kids 12 and underCafe Niche on 300 South will be hosting a special Thanksgiving Day dinner buffet featuring Executive Chef Andy Morrison’s creative take on traditional holiday fare. The celebration goes on from noon until 7 p.m. and costs $45 per person and $25 for children ages 12 and under, not including tax or gratuity. General manager / partner Caprice Ossana has specially selected wines that perfectly complement the menu.Caffe Niche is closed for all other meal periods on Thanksgiving. “While we offer a Thanksgiving carving station with roast turkey and prime rib, we have a lot of really fun options too, from funeral potato casserole to sweet potato and jalapeño soup to a delicious kale Caesar,” said Andy Morrison, executive chef. “We are excited to welcome our guests back to celebrate the bounty.” Menu: Carving station: roasted turkey, prime rib. Served with mushroom gravy, horseradish cream and red wine demi-glace.Hot items: crab cakes, funeral potato casserole, green beans, apple sourdough stuffing, lemon-chili cauliflower, sweet potato & jalapeño soup, cranberry sauce.Cold items: kale Caesar, port cheese balls with artisan rolls, crudité with edamame, hummus, veggie terrine.Dessert: pumpkin pies, chocolate cake, lemon bars.779 E 300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84102(801) 433-3380caffeniche.comChabaar Beyond ThaiBuffet$18 adults, $13 seniors, $10 kids under 1211.00 a.m.- 9.00 p.m.Menu linkEmail email@example.com for your reservation! Anny’s Thanksgiving Day Buffet Menu (V = Vegan, VEG = Vegetarian, GF = Gluten Free):Chips/Cranberry Mango salsa (V, GF) Fry tortilla (V) Curry puff (V) Quinoa, kale and berry salad (V, GF) Vegan meatloaf (V, GF) Orange veggies (V) Garlic Mashed Potato (V, GF) Baked sweet yam (V, GF) Pumpkin curry (V, GF) Tamales (Vegan, GF) Garlic Bean (V, GF) Pesto Pasta (VEG)Noodle Stir Fry (V, GF)Roasted Vegetable (V, GF) Roasted Turkey Cranberry sauce (V, GF) Cranberry Chipotle Sauce (V, GF) Pumpkin pie (V) Thai Rice Pudding (V, GF) Tapioca Pudding (V, GF)87 W 7200 S, Midvale, UT 84047(801) 566-5100Courchevel BistroPrix fixe dinner2.30 – 7.30 p.m.$50 adults, $20 children 12 and under Menu linkFamily-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.201 Heber Ave, Park City, UT 84060(435) 572-4398courchevelbistro.comThe Eating EstablishmentThree course prix fixe2 p.m. – close$60 adults, $35 for kidsThree 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. Vegetarian options are available317 Main St, Park City, UT 84060(435) 649-8284theeatingestablishment.netFleming’s SteakhouseThree course prix fixe11 a.m. – 8.00 p.m.$48 adults, $22 kidsMenu linkLet us host your three-course Thanksgiving, including your choice of herb-roasted turkey or petite filet mignon. The Gateway, 20 400 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101(801) 355-3704flemingssteakhouse.com/locations/ut/salt-lake-cityFranck’sFour course set menuSeating will be from noon – 6.00 p.m. $65 adults, $35 kids 12 and underJoin us for a Thanksgiving experience at Franck’s! Chef Robert has created a unique 4 course feast for you and your family to enjoy this Thanksgiving. Menu:Amuse. Warm brioche focaccia, Flake salt, local cider whipped butter, macerated chive1st course. Parsnip & Granny Smith apple emulsion, onion jam, fried parsnip, parsley pesto, brunoised shallot2nd course. Miso black cod, tamari roasted sunchoke, lychee-curry sauce, fried sunchoke & lychee salad, caramelized bok choy3rd course. Herb brined young turkey, brown butter russet potato, last years cherries, glazed Red Diane yam, toasted oat “stuffing”, bourbon-butter gravy, sorrel4th course. Una leche pumpkin streusel cake, salt roasted pine nut, sugared cranberry, condensed pumpkin milk, shiso6263 Holladay Blvd, Holladay, UT 84121(801) 274-6264francksfood.comGrand Summit HotelBuffet11.30 a.m. – 6.30 p.m.$74 adults, $63 seniors, $39 kids 6-14There’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.4000 Canyons Resort Dr, Park City, UT 84098(435) 615-8040grandsummithotelparkcity.comGrub SteakBuffet$36.75 adults, $18.75 kids under the age of 12Menu 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.2093 Sidewinder Dr, Park City, UT 84060(435) 649-8060grubsteakrestaurant.comGeorgeBuffet10 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.$35 adults, $22.50 kids, 4 and under freeMenu linkRelax this Thanksgiving and let us prepare your meal! Our chefs are preparing a full Thanksgiving day buffet spread, including traditional and Southern favorites. Large groups always welcome. 327 W 200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101(801) 487-0699georgeslc.comHearth And HillThanksgiving menuNoon – 6 p.m.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 onion, honey and balsamic, herb stuffing or ginger sweet potato pie. Dessert options include pumpkin pie with whipped cream and apple pie with ice cream.1153 Center Dr, Park City, UT 84098(435) 200-8840hearth-hill.comHub And SpokeBuffet9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.$24.99 adults, 11.99 kids, 4 and under freeMenu linkHub & Spoke is offering several favorites like the Kentucky hot brown and chicken & waffles along side traditional fixins. Groups and families always welcome. 1291 1100 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105(801) 487-0698hubandspokediner.comJosie Wyatt’s GrilleBuffetNoon – 7.00 p.m.$38 adults, $22 kids 12 and underMenu link99 N 100 W, Moab, UT 84532(435) 355-0552josiewyattsgrille.comKing BuffetRegular AYCE buffet with specials11 a.m. – 8 p.m.$13.95LinkOpen 11am – 8pm on Thanksgiving Day. Over 300 fresh items. Holiday seafood special. We serve turkey, salt and pepper shrimp, crab with ginza and onion, and much more. All you can eat holidays special dishes for all day dinner $13.95 only. The Lodge Bistro @ SnowbirdThree course menu4.00 – 9.00 p.m.$49 adults, $24 kidsMenu linkA Thanksgiving multi-course menu, featuring Chef RJ Peterson’s herb-roasted turkey roulade, potato-crusted salmon, American kobe bavette steak and stuffed pork loin.Log Haven – chipotle honey galzed salmonLog HavenFour course plated luncheon1.00 – 5.30 p.m. $58.95 adults, $31.95 children 3 to 12Menu linkFirst Course choice of onePumpkin, Prosciutto arancini sage cream orRoasted butternut squash soup whipped mascarpone, chive or Coq au vin, parmesan gritsSecond courseBaby spinach, diced cheddar, candied walnuts, dried cranberries, maple dijon vinaigretteEntrée choice of oneCitrus juniper brined turkey, golden raisin – walnut stuffing, haricot verts, buttermilk mashed potatoes, fresh cranberry sauce, traditional gravy orOra king salmon, sweet potato cipollini onion hash, candied shallots, huckleberry brown butter orPan seared Hy-Plains filet, crème fraîche potatoes, haricot verts, smokey red wine demi glace orSoy protein chicken scallopini, roasted beets, cauliflower puree, almond milk gravy, cranberry sauceDessert choice of oneMaple pot de crème orPumpkin pie, whipped cream orBourbon pecan pie, whipped cream6451 E Millcreek Canyon Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84109(801) 272-8255www.log-haven.comMarie CalendarsTraditional turkey dinner for dine in11.00 a.m. – 9.00 p.m.$22 adults, $8.99 kids 12 and under1109 E. 3900 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84124(385) 474-7971mariecallenders.com/l/salt-lake-city-restaurant-bakery/40Montage Deer ValleyBuffetNoon – 8.00 p.m.$85 adults, $40 children 5-12More infoThe Montage resort is offering everything from a T-Day buffet through cookie decorating classes – see link above.9100 Marsac Ave, Park City, UT 84060(435) 604-1300montagehotels.com/deervalley/dining/apex/No Name SaloonFree Buffet2 p.m. until everything is goneNo 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.447 Main St, Park City, UT 84060(435) 649-6667nonamesaloon.netOasis Cafe – German Pancake Oasis CafeAla carte brunch9.00 a.m. – 3 p.m.Menu linkOasis will once again open for Thanksgiving Brunch on Thursday, Nov. 28 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Mirroring the creative daily menu filled with local organic vegetables, sustainably ranched meats and freshest seafood, brunch at Oasis Café’s brunch menu is a favorite with locals. It’s loaded with traditional breakfast dishes, soups, salads and sandwiches. Guest favorites include the German buttermilk pancake with blueberry compote or the eggs benedict florentine, Chef Efren’s breakfast burrito; the toasted brie sandwich or a traditional reuben sandwich. “Once the turkey is in the oven, families can pop over for a leisurely brunch before returning to their kitchens,” said Will Keesen, general manager. “Honestly, this is really self-serving – I just need a place to eat that morning,” he laughs.151 500 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84102(801) 322-0404oasiscafeslc.comSeventyOne @ SnowbirdBuffet11.00 a.m. – 8.00 p.m.$50 adults, $27 kids 6-12Menu linkTake in the retro ambiance while dining on a 70’s themed buffet that features thyme-rubbed roasted tom turkey, ginger-poached shrimp & scallops, Snake River Farms strip loin of beef and petite apple brown betties. 9320 Cliff Lodge Dr, Sandy, UT 84092(801) 933-2025snowbird.com/dining/seventyone/Spencer’sPrix fixe$52 adults, $22 kidsMenu linkTexas De BrazilRegular all you can eat menu with specialsTexas de Brazil is a perfect destination this Thanksgiving, so let them do the cooking for you and your family! Domestic locations will open early at 11 a.m. on Thursday, November 28th. All day, diners will enjoy the family-owned Brazilian steakhouse brand’s traditional rodizio-style dinner menu plus everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving dishes including roasted turkey with gravy, cranberry relish, and sweet potato casserole. An award-winning wine list, specialty cocktails and desserts are all available a la carte. Dinner pricing varies per location.50 Main St Ste 168, Salt Lake City, UT 84101(385) 232-8070texasdebrazil.comThistle & ThymeBuffet11.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.Join us for our grand Thanksgiving buffet. Available 11am-3pm. All the traditional favorites and some surprising and delicious new twists. We will be offering seating in Thistle & Thyme, Our Grand Atrium and the Ballroom. TuscanyTraditional set menu11.00 a.m. – 6.00 p.m. $50 adults, $27 kids 12 and underMenu linkTraditional Thanksgiving dinner menu will be, choice of soup or salad, fresh herb roasted turkey, honey glazed ham, traditional rosemary turkey stuffing, baked sweet potatoes with maple pecan butter, garlic mashed potatoes, fresh roasted Autumn vegetables, cranberry-orange chutney. House made pies – pumpkin, apple & pecan.2832 6200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84121(801) 277-9919tuscanyslc.comPhilip Grubisa of Beltex MeatsFood To GoWant to enjoy the comforts of home but not the clean up? No problem! The following businesses all offer different togo options. Everything from fresh turkeys through complete Thanksgiving Day dinners delivered to your door.Beltex MeatsFresh turkeys and hams.Online orderingWe are now taking preorders for your Thanksgiving Ham and Turkeys. Turkeys are sourced from Peterson’s Family Farm in Lakewood CO. As always free range non-GMO fed, antibiotic and hormone free. Brined, roast ready free-range turkey $7.50/lb. Average weight ranges:MED-12-16lb LRG-16-20lb XL-20-24lb XXL-24+lb.Holiday orders require a $35 deposit and will be ready for pickup November 26-27th.Cuisine UnlimitedPre cooked Thanksgiving day items or full meal togo or delivered.Menu and orderingCuisine Unlimited has made it easier than ever for everyone to be a part of Thanksgiving dinner in your home. With a variety of options, you can order your dinner from us for a hassle-free and delicious meal. Order online for a Thanksgiving you and your guests won’t soon forget! Deer Valley Grocery CafePre-cooked Thanksgiving dishes to-go.Menu and orderingDeer Valley Grocery Cafe 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 Cafe. Menu:Lemon thyme sauceTurkey gravy, fresh thyme, lemon Cranberry chutney Fresh thyme and orange Roasted garlic mashers Yukon gold potatoes, roasted garlic Roasted butternut squash Sage brown butter, crispy sageGreen bean au gratin fresh rosemary, gruyere cheese, caramelized onions Wild mushroom stuffing housemade sourdough bread, sautéed wild mushrooms, roasted leeks, fresh thyme and sage Element Kitchen & BakeryTo-go items.Menu and orderingPark 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.Fillings And EmulsionsAward winning pastries and baked goods to-go. Last orders November 20th.Online orderingHarmonsComplete Thanksgiving dinners to-go, priced $117-$200.Menu and orderingHearth on 25thOgden – complete cooked dinner to goMenu linkTurkey feast, $126, 6 servings: Turkey breasts, legs and thighs, slow cooked and wood oven roastedPan gravy from the overnight turkey drippingsItalian sausage and focaccia stuffing made with turkey stockWhipped Yukon Gold Potatoes, light and fluffy, ready for some gravyWood Oven roasted vegetables with applewood smoked baconCranberry, ginger and orange chutneySoft dinner rolls perfect for dinner or leftoverRoasted sweet potatoes with a maple reduction and candied pecansAdditional individual servings $30 eachIn addition to the main feast that serves 6 comfortably, we are offering desserts that will allow you to tailor this Thanksgiving to your personal needs. Dessert $12 (6 servings) – pumpkin pie cake, carrot cake, or apple pecan pie. Extra meat $8 per pound, 75% white and 25% dark turkey meat. Call (801) 399-0088 and place orders by Saturday, Nov. 23rd. Pick-up times will be scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 27th.James PiesSweet potato pies to-go.LinkPoppies Bakery And Cafe Various pies to-goLinkRiverhorse ProvisionsTo-go itemsMenuLet 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.Smoking Bones BBQSmoked meats to-go including turkey breast ($45), ribs, hams, brisket. LinkSmokey’s BBQ & GrillComplete dinner with smoked meat from $130.LinkThe StoreComplete dinners cooked to-go $150-$300Menu and orderingWindy Ridge CafePre-made items to-goMenu and orderingPark 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.Whole FoodsComplete pre-made Turkey dinners from $80. Online ordering and optionsDine and stay packagesEscape it all with these following options. Get pampered all day long this Thanksgiving.Alta LodgeCelebrate Thanksgiving weekend and work up an appetite for turkey with ski time! Enjoy the holiday where you can forget about shopping, cooking, and all of the leftovers. The toughest decisions you’ll need to make are where to ski and then whether you should unwind in the hot tub or enjoy an après ski cocktail (or maybe both!) while Chef Sam Wolfe and staff prepare your indulgent holiday feast.Our delicious holiday meal puts a gourmet spin on all the beloved classics, including roasted Redbird natural turkey with wild rice, pecan-apricot dressing, fresh-baked seasonal pies and tarts, and more. Beat the holiday crowds and celebrate Thanksgiving and the winter season at our early season rates – the lowest of the season! Thanksgiving Package includes:Four nights lodgingFull breakfast daily4-course dinners nightly, special Thanksgiving dinner$979 per person, based on double occupancy, in a standard room. More details.SnowbirdLeave the cooking and cleaning to us this year and celebrate Thanksgiving at Snowbird. Savor the time with friends and family while the Bird serves up your favorite holiday dishes.Celebrate Thanksgiving at The Bird with overnight accommodations on November 27 or 28 and a choice of 4 dining options. Enjoy a Thanksgiving buffet at The Aerie and The Atrium starting at $125 or dinner at The Lodge Bistro and SeventyOne starting at $115. Plus, children (age 6 & under) eat free at The Aerie and The Atrium Thanksgiving buffets. More details.Snow Pine LodgeStarting at $300 Book your Thanksgiving getaway today! Package includes your luxury guest room and Thanksgiving Day Buffet. More details.Previous years Thanksgiving coverageThanksgiving 2018Thanksgiving 2017Thanksgiving 2016Thanksgiving 2015Thanksgiving 2014Current dining couponsThe following coupons are some of the most interesting / best coupons right now. Disclosure: some links may be affiliate links, eg Groupon, Restaurant.com, and we earn a small commission from each sale.Este Pizza – 40% off the popular Salt Lake pizza restaurant.Itto Sushi downtown SLC – 38% off via Groupon. Fun sushi spot.Kaze Sushi – 30% off this brand new Japanese restaurant in downtown SLC.Maize Tacos – 30% off this downtown SLC taco restaurant on to go orders.Serious food talkWant to discuss this post or the SLC food scene in general? Check out our Facebook group and come talk with other likeminded SLC foodies. While you’re at it follow along with our Instagram page and make sure you’re on our newsletter list to never miss a story!Stuart MellingHi, I’m Stuart, nice to meet you! I’m the founder, writer and wrangler at Gastronomic SLC and The Utah Review; I’m also a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune. I’ve worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake. I’m a multiple-award winning journalist and have covered the Utah dining scene for more than a decade. I’m largely fueled by a critical obsession with rice, alliteration and the use of too many big words I don’t understand. What they’re saying about me: “Not inaccurate” “I thought he was older” “I don’t share his feelings” Signup to our free newsletter and never miss a single update. We will send you an email just once per week with every story from the last seven days. You can signup for free here. This article may contain content provided by one of our paid partners. These are some of the best businesses in Utah. 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