Considering a change of pace this Thanksgiving? It’s coming up fast, but there’s still time to plan a fun and event-filled holiday in Park City!
With the Delta Airlines $300 Electronic Gift, your trip is practically free!
From opening day skiing to classic rock concerts, there’s something for every person with every activity and interest level to enjoy in Park City!
** We still have some availability for Thanksgiving weekend, but they’re going fast, so be sure to call and/or book today! **
Arriving with the family or group and don’t want the hassle of preparing the feast yourself? That’s okay! You’ve got options.
If you’re feeling festive, make Thanksgiving dinner reservations! There’s plenty to choose from. Below is just a sampling of some of the Park City restaurants open and serving scrumptious Thanksgiving dinner:
Dining Out For the Thanksgiving Holiday in Park City
According to ParkCityRestaurants.com, you can get your turkey on at the following restaurants:
Apex at Montage Deer Valley
12pm – 8pm
Bonus: Take-out dinner for up to 8 for $250
Butcher’s Chop House & Bar
Addition to regular menu
2pm – 11pm
The Brass Tag at Deer Valley
Three course prix-fix menu
5pm – 9pm
Flanagan’s on Main
Traditional Thanksgiving fare
11am – 9pm
Grub Steak Restaurant
3 course Thanksgiving meal
Dining In for the Thanksgiving Holiday in Park City
If the idea of going out for Thanksgiving dinner and braving the crowds and noise makes Chinese takeout sound good, don’t fret! Rather, order yourself some take-out Thanksgiving dinner!
That’s right! Several outfits in town are providing full Thanksgiving meals to enjoy in the privacy of your own home, without the hassle of shopping and cooking. The first is the Apex at Montage Deer Valley above.
Here are a few others:
Park City Provisions by Riverhorse
Dinner for two is $42
Deer Valley Grocery Café & Deer Valley Bakery
They don’t do turkey, but have lots of great side dishes and desserts
Ellie’s Private Chefs and Catering
All dishes serve 4 adults
Element Kitchen & Bakery
Ala carte menu serves from 6-19 people
Outdoor Activities in Park City
If a Park City vacation is not complete without hitting the slopes, you’re in luck! Both the Deer Valley Resort and Canyons Village open for the season on November 22, 2019.
If skiing isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other activities and attractions for you hardy souls! Here are a few of them:
Electric Parade and Festivities
November 30, 2019
Tree Lighting Ceremony at Canyons Village at Park City Mountain
November 29, 2019
Monthly Gallery Stroll
November 29, 2019
Indoor Activities in Park City
If you’d rather not bundle up and brave the elements, there’s plenty for you, too!
Do you enjoy live music? The Egyptian Theatre has TWO great shows coming up during the Thanksgiving holiday! Grammy-winning blues artist Bobby Rush will be playing from November 22-24. Then, Rock -n Roll Hall of Fame recipients The Lovin’ Spoonful we be appearing from November 29 – December 1.
The Heber Valley Railroad is a fun and family-friendly way to spend a day. Make sure to take the legendary North Pole Express, beginning on November 23!
Learn how to slice, dice and otherwise create delectable gourmet cuisine! Mindful Cuisine offers both private and public cooking classes, where you get to sample and enjoy your creations.
So, there you have it! We sure hope this partial list of all that is wild and wonderful about Park City has you making your reservations today. Hope to see you soon!.