There’s only one week until Thanksgiving Day! Need last minute Thanksgiving plans? Don’t feel like cooking this year? Burned the turkey? We’ve got you covered. Just looking for something fun to do this weekend? We've got those plans, too. 

Here’s our list of Thanksgiving options and places to pick up a pie in the Laurel Highlands. Reservations are strongly encouraged for most of these places, and some have a deadlines! Don't forget to check out our list of light up nights to start your holiday season off right! 

Thanksgiving Day Brunches and Buffets

Have your Thanksgiving Dinner smorgasboard-style at Oakhurst Tea Room. Groups larger than 8 should make reservations. 

Enjoy a four course traditional Thanksgiving dinner at Helen’s at Seven Springs. Reservations Recommended

Bring the whole family for the Thanksgiving Buffet at Slopeside or in the Grand Ballroom at Seven Springs Mountain Resort. Reservations Recommended

Join the Stone House for their Family Style Thanksgiving. Reserve your seat by November 24th!

Have Thanksgiving Harvest Brunch at Nemacolin. Reservations Required

Dine at Lautrec at Nemacolin for an extravagant Five-Star, Five-Diamond Thanksgiving Dinner. Reservations and dress attire are required. 

Have a festive Thanksgiving at Disalvo’s Station Restaurant with their buffet. Reservations recommended 

Chef Dato’s Table offers a buffet on Thanksgiving Day. Reservations are recommended. 

Enjoy a sit down dinner at Ligonier Country Inn, and choose from the dinner selections, including duck, ham, turkey, salmon, and stuffed pork chops from Foxley Farms. Reservations are required, and please call for more information. 


Sand Hill Berries Special Thanksgiving Baking November 24th-25th
Get a traditional pumpkin pie, Dutch apple with a honey cream glaze or the classic Sand Hill berry pies. Orders are strongly recommended.

Country Pie Shoppe
Please have your orders in by Monday November 23rd

Eat’n Park
This Thanksgiving, order your favorite pies from your local Eat’n Park, and let them do your baking.  

Light Up! Nights & Holiday Celebrations

These events don't have to revolve around Turkey-day. Add these upcoming celebrations to your holiday to-do list. 

November 20th- January 1st
Overly's Country ChristmasOverly’s Country Christmas opens November 20th. Enjoy the holiday celebrations, see the lights, and so much more. 

November 27th 
Light Up Nemacolin
Celebrate the beginning of the holiday season at Nemacolin with a Choral performance, the introduction of Santa, Mrs. Clause and the elves, and, of course, the lighting ceremony.

Light Up Weekend at Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Celebrate the turning of the seasons with lights on the mountain at Seven Springs. Decorate holiday cards and cookies, visit with Mr. & Mrs. Claus, peruse the Holiday Craft show, hear carolers, and more. 

Christmas Bandstand LigonierSanta’s Arrival & Diamond Lighting in Ligonier
Countdown to the lighting of the Diamond, visit with Santa, and enjoy horse-drawn carriage rides.

December 5th
Celebrate the season with the Winter Light Celebration and holiday parade in Scottdale. Visit with Santa, grab some food, shop for Christmas gifts from the craft vendors and more. 

December 5th-9th 
Enjoy the Ligonier Festival Lights, a community tradition, and the display of trees and wreaths decorated by local families, businesses, and groups.