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Last modified on July 8th, 2018 at 9:42 am
What if you could avoid the grocery store, forget the mixer in the cabinet, leave the house a little messy and still enjoy a delicious meal this Thanksgiving? Good news is, you can.
Check out these Tucson restaurants offering in-house dining on Thanksgiving Day from breakfast through to the pumpkin pie.
In addition to a full four-course dinner on Thanksgiving, Acacia is offering a selection of side dishes for pre-order through November 24 and for pickup on November 25. Guests will have the opportunity to choose one dish from each course to enjoy.
Cost: $52 per person and $18.95 for children 9 and under. Reservations required.
All entrees are served with steamed green beans, ginger-honey glazed carrots, yellow squash, whipped Yukon gold potatoes, candied sweet potatoes and chestnut-sage dressing.
For more information, visit acaciatucson.com.
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Arizona Inn is offering a special Thanksgiving menu from 11:30 to 9pm. It includes holiday classics like Roasted Turkey, Brussels Sprouts and Apple Tart, but with significant upgrades like Sundried Tomato and Bacon Stuffing, Savory Goat Cheese Panna Cotta and Cider Gastrique.
Cost is $65 per person and $30 for children under 12.
For more information, visit arizonainn.com.
For more information, visit casinodelsolresort.com.
This Thanksgiving, the Cup Cafe is featuring three special dishes to indulge on for the holiday. From 9am to close, enjoy a plate of the Turkey Special, during Brunch try the Polenta Benedicts and from 4pm to close go out of the box with a seasonal Pan Roasted Sea Bass.
Pumpkin Cheesecake, Pumpkin Pie and Pecan Pie will be available for purchase all day. The cafe will be open form 7am to 3pm and 4pm to 9pm, with specials starting at 9am.
For more information, visit hotelcongress.com.
El Conquistador is hosting dinner from 1 to 6pm in the Turquoise Ballroom. Seating are offered every half hour (1, 1:30, 2, and 4pm seatings are sold out at this time). Gluten Free and Vegetarian Friendly Menus are available.
Adults are $50 per person, $22 for children 6-12 years old and children under the age of five eat free.
For more information, visit hiltonelconquistador.com.
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The Signature Grill will feature their Signature Holiday Buffet on Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 26, from 11am to 7pm. The dinner will feature traditional holiday fare and regionally inspired entrées created by Chef Wayd Lovaas along with handcrafted desserts from Pastry Chef Chris Johnson.
Cost: $69 for adults, age 13 and up, and $27 for children, age 6-12, children under five eat free. Reservations recommended.
Primo & Primo Wine Bar is offering a three-course Thanksgiving meal. Their signature entrée and dessert creations will also be available that evening from 5 to 8pm.
Cost: $75. Reservations recommended.
For more information, visit marriott.com.
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If you want to go traditional, Chef Ken Harvey is preparing a three-course prix fixe menu at the Flying V. Should three-courses not do it for you, opt for the lavish Thanksgiving buffet at Canyon Café.
To book your reservation call 520-299-2020.
For more information, visit loewshotels.com.
Maynards Kitchen is serving a family-style Thanksgiving dinner from 11 to 7pm.
Cost: $45 per person, children 10 and under are $15.
For more information, visit maynardstucson.com.
From 11am to 9pm, Omar’s will be serving will be serving turkey with sage dressing, cranberry sauce and giblet gravy, baked ham with fruit sauce, baked or mashed potatoes, whipped yams, corn on the cob, salad and soup.
$10.99 per adult, $6.99 for children 10 and under.
For more information, visit omarshiwaychef.com.
Pastiche will offer an a la carte menu featuring holiday specials alongside their regular menu from 11am to 9pm. Reservations are strongly recommended.
For more information, visit pasticheme.com.
Sullivan’s is offering a $39 pre-fixe Roasted Turkey Dinner this Thanksgiving. Check out the full menu below, or opt for the special a la carte menu featuring classic Sullivan’s favorites. Both will be served from 12 to 8pm.
For more information, visit sullivanssteakhouse.com.
The Westin La Paloma will host a decadent feast in the Arizona Ballroom from 12 to 5pm.
Cost: $64.40 for adults, $26.25 for children 6-12 years old, and kids under 5 years old eat free. Reservations required.
AZuL Restaurant will offer a three-course meal from 5 to 10pm, beginning with an Autumn Pear and Apple Salad, followed by Sage Brushed Turkey with seasonal accompaniments, and finished with Pumpkin Pie topped with Chantilly cream.
Spanish guitarist Todd Mellor will provide entertainment for guests in the AZuL Lounge from 6 to 9pm.
Cost: $34.95, or $49.95 with wine pairings. Reservations are required.
For more information, visit westinlapalomaresort.com.
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Westward Look Resort is hosting options throughout the day. Enjoy a Breakfast Buffet as early as 6:30 am at GOLD for $18 per person, a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner at Lookout Bar & Grille from 11am to 10pm for $28 per person, or the Grand Brunch Buffet from 11 to 3.
The Grand Brunch Buffet will be served in the Sonoran Ballroom from 11am to 3pm. The buffet includes $59 for adults, $25 for children 4-12 years old, free for 3 and younger. Enjoy roasted turkey, smoked prime rib, white Cheddar-poblano mashed potatoes, an apple cider station, roasted sea bass with balsamic beurre blanc, cold seafood, hearty salads, vegetables and pasta. For dessert, choose from pumpkin pie, three kinds of cheesecake, a bourbon-pecan pie and more.
For more information, visit westwardlook.com.
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