Make Your Thanksgiving a Happy Valley Affair

With October coming to an end, many of us are beginning to decide on who is making or bringing what on the biggest feast of the year, Thanksgiving. But have you ever taken in to consideration the option of not cooking at all and pigging out all day. Well there are five restaurants within the land of Happy Valley that are willing to make it a very option for you and your family.

A traditional buffet of mash potatoes, turkey, macaroni and cheese, and much more will occur on Thanksgiving at the Carnegie Inn Spa. Each person will be $32.99. Because this special is occurring between 11am to 3pm, Carnegie Inn & Spa will have four settings: 11am, 11:30am, 2:00pm, and 3:30pm.
100 Cricklewood Dr., State College, PA; Call (814) 234-2424 for a reservation.

Join Garden as they transition from their typical crab cakes to the famous Thanksgiving dinner. Adults will be 26.96. Children will be 13.50. The special will run from 11am-4pm.
215 Innovation Blvd, State College, PA; (814) 863-5090

Come pig out with The View at Mountain View Country Club as they present their annual Thanksgiving buffet style dinner. This special is 24.99.
100 Elks Club Rd., Boalsburg, PA; (814)-466-7231

Rather stay home for the holiday, but don’t want to cook either? Harrison’s Wine Grill and Catering is the place to check out. Harrison has created a take-out menu. They will be taking orders from Wednesday, November 26th, to Thursday, November 27th. You have the option to order a whole turkey for $120 or delicious quart size of sides such as macaroni and cheese are $9.99. If you’re not feeding a crowd, you might be interested in their dinner for 2 or 4 for $33 and $66.

From 11am-3:30pm, the Dining Room at The Nittany Lion Inn will host a buffet style Thanksgiving dinner. Children under 5 are free. 5 and older will half off the original price, which is 29.95.
200 W Park Ave, State College, PA 16803; (800)678-8946

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