Hotel Valley Ho and Mountain Shadows Celebrate the Best of Thanksgiving

Hotel Valley Ho and Mountain Shadows Celebrate the Best of Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving season, leave the cooking up to the chefs at esteemed local valley resorts, Mountain Shadows and Hotel Valley Ho. 

Dine on festive fare this Thanksgiving at the mid-century modern Hotel Valley Ho in Old Town Scottsdale and choose from two delicious buffets. For a classic holiday feast, reserve your spot at The Valley Ho Thanksgiving Buffet, served at Sands from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Enjoy a savory carving station with a selection of apple-brined turkey, prime rib, and sweet-and-sour glazed pork loin, along with a seafood bar, soup and salad station, a variety of tasty entrées from miso salmon to sweet potato casserole, and desserts such as raspberry frangipane and cranberry gingerbread cheesecake. ZuZu, the hotel’s recently revamped signature restaurant, is serving a holiday dinner buffet from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., including a special starter buffet with everything from king crab legs to charcuterie, your choice of entrée such as branzino or molasses pork chop, and a delicious dessert buffet with handmade pies and fresh fruit tarts. Prefer to dine at home but want to skip the stress of cooking? Let the restaurant’s talented chefs craft the perfect dinner including turkey, whipped potatoes, stuffing, and much more. Place your order by 5 p.m. on November 26 for $39 per person, with whole pies available for $18. The buffet in Sands is $69 per person, and the ZuZu buffet is $52-$72 per person, depending on entrée selection. Children 12 and under can dine at either buffet for $22. Prices do not include alcohol, tax or gratuity. Visit for reservations and to-go orders.

Hearth ’61 at the sleek Mountain Shadows resort in Paradise Valley is serving a special Thanksgiving dinner from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., along with its seasonal brunch and dinner menus all day. Festive specials offered à la carte include Butternut Squash Soup with sage brioche croutons and coriander crème fraîche ($10); a Slow Roasted “Two Wash Ranch” Turkey Dinner with country gravy, yukon gold mashed potatoes, chorizo cornbread stuffing, local organic vegetables, cranberry orange relish, and parker house rolls ($44, or $16 for children 12 and under); Pumpkin Pie with cinnamon sweet cream ($10), and Butterscotch Pecan Pie with vanilla ice cream ($10). Dine inside or out and admire the striking mountain views. Having dinner at home? The Slow Roasted “Two Wash Ranch” Turkey Dinner served inside the restaurant is also available to go for $42 per person, with whole pies available for $20-24. Place your order by November 26 at 5 p.m. Visit for reservations and to-go orders.

Thanksgiving has never been easier with great options to dine-in with friends and family or take home a classic meal with all your favorite savory sides.

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