Blue Boar Inn (pictured)
Serving from noon to 6 p.m.; $45 for adults; $15 for children 12 and under. A full wine selection is also available. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 888-650-1400.
Blue Boar Inn serves an innovative menu in a charming mountain setting.
Highlights: corn chowder with shrimp croquette, smoked black pepper-rubbed turkey, pecorino mashed potatoes, maple-glazed pork chop with sweet potato puree and green beans with tomato and bacon, pan-seared Chilean sea bass with roasted fingerling potatoes, fennel, Spanish chorizo, bell peppers, onions and tomatoes or peppered prime rib featuring Maytag blue cheese twice-baked potato and roasted brussel sprouts. and apple tart tatin.
Yes, pumpkin pie.

La Caille 
Serving from noon to 6:30 p.m.; $52.00 for adults; $26.00 for children 5 to12. For reservations, call  801-942-1751
Utah's most picturesque restaurant is under new ownership; meander up the cobbled drive past the peacocks for a feast. Highlights: Roast turkey, roast pork loin, stuffing with artichokes and brie, all the trimmings.
Yes, pumpkin pie.

Slopes at Waldorf-Astoria
Serving from 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; $72 for adults; $35 for child 12 and under. For reservations, call 435.647.5566.
This outpost of the legendary Waldorf is just steps away from the snowy slopes of Canyons Resort.
Highlights: The 3-course meal with choice of soup and salad, choice of citrus and thyme turkey breast, applewood smoked duck or roasted Black Angus prime rib, plus three sides and dessert.
Pumpkin cheesecake.
Grub Steak
Serving from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.; $25.75 for adults; $13.75 for child 12 and younger. For reservations, call 435-649-8060. Highlights: Harvest corn chowder and a choice between Park City’s Best Salad Bar or baby romaine Caesar salad; roast turkey with wild rice and almond stuffing, or, of course, steak.
Yes, pumpkin pie.

$45 per person plus $20 optional wine pairing. For reservations, call
Highlights: Choose from soup or salad, fish course (planked salmon or fisherman's stew), traditional turkey dinner or prime rib and dessert.
Pumpkin panna cotta.

Glitretind at Stein Eriksen Lodge
Serving Thanksgiving buffet from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.;  $69 for adults; $25 for children ages 5 to 12. Call 435) 645-6455
Highlights: Massive buffet includes pumpkin apple soup with sherry and bacon; lobster fall potato chowder; spinach, arugula and endive salad; Caesar salad; scallop-and-crab cous cous salad; classic Waldorf salad; pork belly and grilled fingerling potato salad; shrimp deviled eggs; traditional deviled eggs; an artisan meat-and-cheese platter; seasonal fruits and berries; a smoked fish platter; and a shellfish display consisting of shrimp, red crab, herring, mussels and local beer-steamed clams. And, of course, roasted Utah turkey with dried fruit, apple walnut stuffing, ginger-spiced cranberry sauce and turkey gravy; or roasted prime rib of beef with wild mushroom jus and horseradish crème, as well as lamb, ham, trout, pork osso buck…Kids get their own buffet–chicken fingers, mac & cheese, turkey dogs, plain stuffing, mashed potatoes, fruit sticks, ants on a log and PBJ sandwiches.
Pear-ginger cobbler, cranberry spiced bread pudding and an apple-cinnamon crepe station.

Pumpkin pie?