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Thanksgiving Dinner in New Hampshire

Thanksgiving is an American, family tradition dating back to the 1600’s. At Steele Hill Resorts we have been celebrating this tradition with a Thanksgiving buffet at The Hilltop Restaurant for over 40 years. Join us for all the fixings from delicious roasted turkey, to all the sides you can imagine. With a smorgasbord of dessert options you won’t leave this meal feeling hungry.

The Hilltop Restaurant sits atop Steele Hill and offers beautiful views of Lake Winnisquam, Lake Winnipesaukee, and the Belknap Mountain Range. With floor to ceiling windows the view is sure to enhance your holiday dining experience in the Lakes Region.

The buffet menu includes appetizers such as fruits, cheese, nuts, crackers, a relish tray with assorted pickles and olives, warm breads with whipped butter, and a wonderful poached pear salad. Main dishes offer a roast turkey with pan gravy a hand carved smoked ham with rum raisin sauce, a slow roasted sirloin with au jus, and baked haddock with lobster cream sauce. Turkey may be the star of the feast but nothing makes a thanksgiving meal like the sides and we have you covered with favorites from smashed Yukon potatoes, roasted acorn squash, green bean casserole, steamed root veggies, peas and pearl onion, and corn fritters with apple butter.

You can’t forget about the desserts as there will be bread pudding, assorted cheese cakes, apple crisp, an ice cream station, and all of your favorite homemade pies.

Instead of cooking your Thanksgiving meal at home bring the family on up to Steele Hill for a Thanksgiving they are sure to remember. Sit back and enjoy spending the time with your loved ones as we take away the stress of cooking.

Make sure to check out our facebook event page here for more information, serving will be between 11:30am and 5pm so call 603-524-0500 and make your reservation today!