Thanksgiving Dining in Phoenix

How long should you defrost that bird? Isn’t Uncle Al allergic to pumpkin? Is your cousin bringing her new boyfriend? Instead of fretting these Thanksgiving Day questions, make a Turkey Day reservation (we mean it, reserve your spot now) at one of these Valley restaurants.
For a traditional meal showcasing holiday classics with home-style accompaniments served “family-style,” stop by Quiessence at The Farm at South Mountain in Phoenix. Reserve your spot–at one of three seatings–for a farm-to-table feast for the entire clan.
Diners are invited to ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho to enjoy a la carte holiday specials like crab cakes eggs Benedict for breakfast or, for dinner, choose from butternut squash soup, slow-roasted Red Bird Farms Turkey, pumpkin pie and pecan pie.
Maple-glazed ham, sage-and-bacon stuffing, brown sugar sweet potatoes and much more are on the three-course Thanksgiving Day menu at T. Cook’s, located at The Royal Palms Resort & Spa in Phoenix.
Whether you are seeking a buffet or a divine three- or four-course feast, Phoenix’s Arizona Biltmore is hosting three different opportunities to dine on Thanksgiving at its Gold Room and Frank and Albert’s and Wright’s at the Biltmore restaurants.
Phoenix’s JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa is offering delicious holiday menus this Thanksgiving at its trio of delicious restaurants: Blue Sage, Tuscany and Meritage Steakhouse.
La Grande Orange is giving Phoenicians the chance to order all the Turkey Day trimmings, desserts and even the main course for pick-up. Choose from salads, sides and desserts like Chef Cole’s Famous “Can Free” Pumpkin Pie and fresh, free-range turkey. Order by Nov. 19.
Whether you are craving an over-the-top buffet or a traditional three-course spread, Palm Court at the Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center has a dining opportunity for you.
Bobby Q’s smoked turkeys are available to-go for four days only (November 18-21). Orders must be placed 72 hours in advance of desired pick-up date. To side the smoked bird, the gravy as well as the smoked walnut stuffing will only be available on Nov. 21 for pick up.
The Valley’s Pointe Hilton Resorts are taking care of Thanksgiving dinner this year; Different Pointe of View and Pointe in Tyme at Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort and Rico’s American Grill and Hole-in-the-Wall at Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort will all serving up traditional Thanksgiving feasts.
In addition to their regular menus, the three eateries at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess (Bourbon Steak, La Hacienda and The Grill at TPC Scottsdale) are each offering one-of-a-kind Turkey Day spreads. Take note of La Ha’s interesting menu; it offers a Latin spin on the traditional holiday feast.
Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel’s District American Kitchen & Wine Bar’s three-course Thanksgiving feast will end on a high note with a chocolate chiffon pumpkin tart.
The five-course Thanksgiving prix fixe dinner at Arrowhead Grill in Glendale includes traditional favorites like turkey breast and turducken and Arrowhead Grill’s gourmet prime rib, Atlantic salmon or Delmonico steak.
Lon’s at the Hermosa Inn offers a three-course Thanksgiving dinner that pan-seared snapper, roasted turkey, pumpkin soup and fresh garden greens, to name some of the yumminess.
NOCA in Phoenix will be offering a four-course tasting menu, with additional wine pairings. (A “Kid’s Mini-Feast” will also be available.) The first seating on Thanksgiving will be at 3 p.m.; last seating will be at 7 p.m.

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