Celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday in Aspen with family and friends. After enjoying a unique alpine holiday with skiing on opening day at Aspen Mountain and Snowmass, feast on a delicious turkey dinner at numerous restaurants in Aspen!
Aspen T.R.E.E. Farm to Table Community Meal
The Aspen T.R.E.E. Farm to Table Community Meal is part social gathering, part educational experience. After catching up with old friends, and meeting new ones, take a moment to appreciate Aspen T.R.E.E.’s mission. Each time the holiday season rolls round, Aspen T.R.E.E. prepares a special meal using only locally-grown ingredients―salt and pepper excluded!―to demonstrate how anyone can grow their own food, and prepare a nourishing meal from the fruits of their labor. Attend the Farm to Table Community Meal, and experience a unique and inspiring holiday dinner.
Hickory House Thanksgiving Dinner
An iconic Aspen restaurant that everyone easily recognizes from the large bear sculpture atop its roof, the Hickory House has proudly offered a free community Thanksgiving meal for 15 years and counting. Located on Main Street, the “Hick House” is a BBQ joint, but they change things up for the holiday, and serve a delicious, traditional meal. Attracting plenty of foot traffic, the Hickory House uses their holiday meal as an opportunity to fundraise for local non-profits. Eat, say your thanks by offering an individual donation, and support a good cause!
Thanksgiving Dinner at an Aspen Restaurant
In addition to the free community dinners, Aspen’s restaurants offer their own take on the Thanksgiving meal. View our list of Aspen restaurants, and find out where you’d like to enjoy your holiday meal. And if you’re interested in learning more about a particular restaurant’s Thanksgiving meal, please contact the Aspen Square Hotel concierge.
A Thanksgiving Holiday in Aspen
We’d be delighted to host you for your Thanksgiving holiday at Aspen Square. If you’re interested in making a reservation, please contact the Aspen Square Condominium Hotel at 1-800-862-7736. Happy Thanksgiving from Aspen Square to you!