Take the stress out of your Thanksgiving dinner this year by letting the restaurants at Peddler’s Village in Lahaska, Pa. do the work for you. No one in your family will need to clean the house for company, go grocery shopping, or spend the day in the kitchen. Simply make a reservation and come out with the entire family to enjoy delicious food in the comfort of one of three beautiful restaurants in Bucks County. From a la carte options, to three-course dinners and all-you-can eat buffets, there are plenty of options to choose from. Call or use their online reservation tool to reserve your table soon.
Buttonwood Grill: After just opening in spring of 2012, Buttonwood Grill is already becoming a favorite at Peddler’s Village. Visit this friendly, casual spot for an all-you-can-eat buffet from 12 p.m. – 7 p.m. Thanksgiving Day. You’ll enjoy a carving station featuring roasted turkey and prime rib, pasta station, artisanal bread and cheese display, soup and salad, entrees such as honey brined chicken and roasted salmon, and traditional sides of vegetables, mashed potatoes, stuffing and sweet potatoes. Finish the evening with house-made desserts including pumpkin pie, brownies, sweet potato cheesecake and more. Adults eat for $28.95, children (6-12) are $12.95, and children 5 and under are complimentary. Click here for more details and to make a reservation.
Earl’s Bucks County: Using only the freshest ingredients from Bucks County’s local, sustainable farms, ranches and fisheries, Earl’s is a locavore’s dream. Earl’s will serve Thanksgiving meals from 1 p.m. – 7 p.m. You will have your choice of their all-day dining menu or three-course Thanksgiving dinner, which can be ordered for $29.95 for the entire meal or also ordered a la carte. (See menu for prices.) The Thanksgiving menu includes a starter of gingered pumpkin bisque with crystallized ginger, a main course of Bolton Farm turkey with mashed potatoes, green beans, apple sage dressing and cranberry chutney, and your choice of dessert.
Earl’s also offers a Turkey-to-Go Program. Eat in the comfort of your own home, but let Earl’s do all the cooking for you. Choose their complete meal option (available for 4-7 people for $170 or 8-12 people for $240), or order a la carte and simply order turkey, pies or sides. See their site for the complete menu and ordering options. Orders must be made by November 20 and will be available to pick up on Thanksgiving Day between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
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Cock n’ Bull: The Cock n’ Bull is Peddler’s Village’s most well known restaurant. And if you’re not going to eat at home, this is about as traditional as you can get. Cock n’ Bull’s famous Thursday night King Henry’s Feast gets special holiday treatment for a Thanksgiving Harvest Feast Buffet served from 12 p.m. – 6 p.m. Enjoy a wide variety of salads and seafood appetizers, a bountiful assortment of fresh breads and entrees such as the traditional carved turkey as well as ham, chicken, cod and pork loin. Round out your meal with mouth-watering sides including sausage stuffing, butternut squash ravioli, mashed potatoes, vegetables and more. Finish the evening by treating your sweet tooth from the plentiful dessert display. Dinner is $30.95 for adults and $14.95 for children. Click here for more details. Please call (215) 794-4000 to make reservations.
Peddler’s Village is home to over 70 specialty shops, six restaurants and the 70-room Golden Plough Inn. While the shops will not be open on Thanksgiving Day, the holidays are a wonderful time to visit Peddler’s Village. November 16 marks the beginning of their holiday season with the Grand Illumination Celebration. Thousands of lights and festive displays throughout the Village, making it a truly magical place to take a stroll with your family and friends. With just a couple months left in their 50th Anniversary year, this is the best time to visit whether it’s your first time or an old family tradition.
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