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Thanksgiving in Saratoga Springs

Figuring out what your family's Thanksgiving plans are? Whether you're looking to dine at one of Saratoga's finest eateries, take out an already prepared dinner or shop for locally raised turkeys, we have you covered. Take a peek below to see where you can find everything you need for the perfect Thanksgiving dinner, no matter what your plans are.

What Restaurants Are Open On Thanksgiving?

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The Wishing Well
Thanksgiving Dinner, 12:00pm - 7:00pm

The four fireplaces at The Wishing Well Restaurant create a cozy, warm atmosphere that is perfect for enjoying an intimate dinner or a larger gathering.

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Prime at Saratoga National
Thanksgiving Menu, 1:00pm - 7:00pm

Prime offers a fine dining experience in a casually elegant environment. A renowned restauranteur leads the Prime team in creating high quality food and atmosphere.

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Longfellows Inn & Restaurant
Thanksgiving Grand Buffet, 11:00am - 5:00pm

The ambiance at Longfellows is warm and radiant, filling the unique dining areas with an exceptional glow topped only by the spectacular service.

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The Inn at Saratoga
Thanksgiving Dinner Menu, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

If you're looking for a fine dining experience in a casual setting, look no further than the comfy overstuffed chairs, arched doorways, and roaring fireplace of The Inn at Saratoga.

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Brook Tavern
Thanksgiving Menu, 12:00pm - 6:00pm

Nestled directly in the heart of Saratoga Springs, The Brook Tavern has a historic, upbeat interior that combines contemporary style with the building's nostalgic past.

Chez Pierre
Thanksgiving Menu, 1:00pm - 8:00pm

Enjoy a full course traditional turkey dinner in the cozy atmosphere of Chez Pierre. Their regular menu will also be available.

Thirsty Owl Outlet & Wine Garden
Thanksgiving Buffet, 12:00pm - 5:00pm

Head to Thirsty Owl for a delicious Thanksgiving buffet featuring homemade pumpkin bisque squash, traditional stuffing, turkey and more!

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Where Can I Get a Take Home Thanksgiving Meal?

Prime at Saratoga National is offering their Thanksgiving at your home, with none of the work! Order your Thanksgiving Dinner from Mazzone Hospitality and choose from convenient pick-up locations or delivery, if available. The perfect turkey and all the fixings straight from their chefs to you. Easy online ordering is available. Order by November 1 and receive a $25 Mazzone Gift Card!
Thirsty Owl Outlet & Wine Garden is offering their Thanksgiving take-out dinner. It feeds up to six people and features a whole turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, traditional stuffing and a homemade pie.


Where Can I Buy Local Turkeys and Other Farm Fresh Ingredients?

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Farmers' Market

The Saratoga Farmers' Market is a great place to start your search for fresh, local ingredients! Vendors offer fruits, vegetables, breads, berries, and so much more! The Winter Market runs on Saturdays from November - April and is open from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Find it at the Lincoln Baths, 65 South Broadway, Saratoga State Park.


Local Turkeys

Localize the centerpiece of your feast! Saratoga Springs' Healthy Living Market and Cafe is offering local turkeys from Buckley Farm, Misty Knoll Farm, and Stonewood Farm as part of its annual campaign, "A Local Turkey on Every Table." A portion of each pre-order will be donated to Wilton Food Pantry!

Saratoga Area Farms & Orchards

Saratoga is home to so many great farms and orchards that can offer delicious additions to your Thanksgiving spread! Many of the farms also have activities like corn mazes and hayrides that can energize your quest for food. On the big day, your guests will love what the farms have provided and you will feel satisfied for supporting local farmers!


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