Place an order or pull up a chair in Glenwood Springs for a Thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings.
Thanksgiving Day is the start of a long holiday weekend, and a perfect time for an extended visit to Glenwood Springs. For those who, in addition to soaking in the town’s mineral hot springs, also want to gather for a turkey dinner away from home, we’ve compiled a list of the different types of Thanksgiving dining experiences available at Glenwood Springs restaurants. Remember to call ahead for reservations and to place orders.
The upscale experience. Dress to the nines if you’re so inclined. Thanksgiving at these venues will be a memorable occasion. Baron’s Restaurant at the Hotel Colorado, Rivers Restaurant and the Redstone Inn all feature elegant, often historic settings. Expect a well-planned, gourmet Thanksgiving meal.
The casual experience. Prefer a more low-key setting? The Village Inn will be dishing up traditional favorites. Save room for dessert, the restaurant is famous for its huge selection of mouth-watering pies.
The Southern experience. For turkey with a twist, Glenwood Springs offers two options. The Lost Cajun will be serving deliciously moist deep-fried turkeys with Southern sides like baked beans. Smoke Modern Barbeque, while not open on Thanksgiving is accepting take-out orders for smoked turkeys, prime rib and sides available for pickup on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
The picky eater experience. Vic’s Route 6 Grillhouse is planning a feast that includes favorites from turkey and ham to sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie. For those who dislike the the tradtional fixings, a limited menu of regular fare will also be availabble.
Open on Thanksgiving. If a tryptophan overload isn’t your thing, both the Riviera Supper Club and Taipai Tokyo will be open and welcome guests to order from the regular menu.
Don’t see your favorite Glenwood Springs restaurant listed? Give them a call to check if they’re open. For lodging, go to www.visitglenwood.com.