Gobble Up Food and Fun During Thanksgiving at The Phoenician!

This Thanksgiving, The Phoenician invites guests to join us for what promises to be a weekend of fun for the whole family!

It wouldn’t be a memorable holiday without a sumptuous feast, and there are plenty of tasty options throughout the day! Thanksgiving Brunch begins at 10 a.m. in Il Terrazzo with a delectable assortment of breakfast favorites, classic entrees, a carving station and a raw bar. Patrons will also have two prix fixe culinary selections on the day’s menu, as both J&G Steakhouse and Il Terrazzo will be serving traditional Thanksgiving dinners. Those looking to enjoy a prepared meal without the fuss can take advantage of our To-Go offering, available at $195 for six-eight guests, and freshly created by our award-winning chefs.

Another treat is presented from 10 a.m.-12 p.m., when visitors have the chance to meet one of the stars of our very own children’s book, Discover The Phoenician with Phoe-Phoe & Friends.  “Snickers” the dog will be on hand to sign “pawtographs,” and take pictures.  Donations will also be accepted for Gabriel’s Angels, a local organization helping at-risk children.

After all the feasting, Phoenician guests can get an early start on holiday shopping, as the resort will be offering a complimentary shuttle to Scottsdale Fashion Square on Friday, Nov. 29, beginning at 4:00 a.m. Shuttles will depart every two hours throughout the day until 4:00 p.m.

Guests looking to burn off the week’s calories are invited to The Phoenician’s first-ever Turkey Trot! The non-competitive race/walk begins at 8:00 a.m. and is also open to Valley residents for a $10 registration fee. Costumes are strongly encouraged as there will be a prize for best dressed!  After some exercise, the young and the young-at-heart will enjoy the unveiling of the resort’s annual holiday Gingerbread House – one of the largest in the state of Arizona.

To learn more, view the entire guide to our holiday happenings.

Posted in food, holiday by Lauren Stobbs on November 8, 2013