Ask a Snowpapa: Where to Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in Park City

Jeff
Posted by Jeff on November 22, 2011

We are traveling to Park City for the Thanksgiving holiday. Could you make a restaurant recommendation for Thanksgiving dinner (2 adults & 2 teenagers)? Thanks.

Let me start by saying that our family has never experienced a bad meal in the 11+ years of coming to Park City and we have personally dined at all the restaurants listed below, some numerous times. Park City is fortunate to have an abundance of great restaurants and chefs that provide exceptional menu options. I did a little research for you and the restaurants below have availability for Thanksgiving Day.

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If you’re looking to dine on Main Street some great options are Easy Street at Sky Lodge, Butchers Chop House and Bistro 412.

Easy Street at Sky Lodge is serving both their regular menu and a traditional Thanksgiving meal from 3pm-8pm. Reservations are accepted and the traditional Thanksgiving meal is $44.95 for adults and $17.95 for children 12 and under. They have a great atmosphere and exceptional service. Phone 435-658-9425

Butchers Chop House is serving both their regular menu and a traditional Thanksgiving meal from 2pm-9pm. Reservations are accepted and the traditional Thanksgiving meal is $26.00 for adults and $14.00 for children 12 and under. Phone 435-647-0040

Bistro 412 is serving a traditional Thanksgiving meal only from 4pm-9m. Reservations are accepted and the price is $22 for adults and $13 for children 12 and under. They offer a small and intimate atmosphere. Phone 435-649-8211

Other great choices are Grub Steakhouse, in the Bonanza Drive/Prospector area, Chez Betty in the Copper Bottom Inn off Park Avenue and The Farm which is located at the Canyons Resort.

Grub Steakhouse is serving both their regular menu and a traditional Thanksgiving meal from 3pm-8pm. Reservations are accepted and the traditional Thanksgiving meal is $24.75 for adults and $13.75 for children 12 and under. One of the oldest restaurants in Park City with an old west atmosphere and very family friendly. Phone 435-649-8060

Chez Betty is serving a 5 course Thanksgiving meal from 5pm-9pm. Reservations are accepted and the price is $55 for adults and $28.50 for kids (no age limit per Chef Jerry Garcia). Chez Betty is a locals hidden gem and we've had some of our best meals with our local friends here. Phone 435-649-8181

The Farm is a unique restaurant in that most everything they serve is locally grown and raised. There chef was named the "Best Chef in Utah for 2011" by Salt Lake City Magazine and it's located mountainside. They are serving both their regular menu and a traditional Thanksgiving meal from 5pm-8pm. Reservations are accepted and the traditional Thanksgiving meal is $45 for adults and $24 for children 12 and under. Phone 435-615-8080

As a side note I did check all the Deer Valley restaurants for you and they were either booked already or not yet open for the season at that time.

I hope this helps you out. Wishing you and your family a great Thanksgiving!

Snowpapa Jeff

 
 
 

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Comment posted by Jennnifer Leonti on December 1, 2012 11:54 AM MST

Thanks for the tips! We ate at Bistro 412 this past Thanksgiving (2012) and it was a wonderful experience with our 7 month old. We went to dinner early to fit our little guy's schedule and beat the crowd and it was an enjoyable dinner for all. The wait staff was on spot - quickly brought us a highchair, a child's cup, and was sure to ask if there was anything else he could get the baby. He even snapped the first family Turkey Day photo. Two thumbs up for Bistro 412 on Thanksgiving.

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Comment posted by Jennnifer Leonti on December 1, 2012 11:54 AM MST

Thanks for the tips! We ate at Bistro 412 this past Thanksgiving (2012) and it was a wonderful experience with our 7 month old. We went to dinner early to fit our little guy's schedule and beat the crowd and it was an enjoyable dinner for all. The wait staff was on spot - quickly brought us a highchair, a child's cup, and was sure to ask if there was anything else he could get the baby. He even snapped the first family Turkey Day photo. Two thumbs up for Bistro 412 on Thanksgiving.

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