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Thanksgiving at Carson Valley Inn

By November 05, 2013

Thanksgiving Day dinner specials will be offered in CV Steak and Katie’s Country Kitchen at the Carson Valley Inn on Thursday, Nov. 28. Both restaurants are also serving their regular menu on Thanksgiving Day.

CV Steak, the Carson Valley Inn’s Nevada-style steak house, is open for dinner on Thanksgiving Day from 2 p.m. with two featured Thanksgiving dinner specials. The wood-roasted tom turkey special is served with giblet pan gravy, sage apple herbed bread stuffing, mashed potatoes, glazed sweet potatoes, fresh vegetables and Grand Marnier cranberry relish.

The garlic studded prime rib of beef special is served with creamed apple horseradish sauce and choice of double-stuffed baked potato, au gratin potatoes or jumbo baked potato. Both CV Steak Thanksgiving dinner specials include fresh garden green salad prepared tableside, fresh sourdough baguette and creamery butter.

Reservations are strongly recommended for Thanksgiving Day in CV Steak, call 775-783-6650.

Katie’s Country Kitchen, the Inn’s 24-hour coffee shop, is offering a roast tom turkey special from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. This traditional Thanksgiving fare is served with giblet gravy, sage stuffing, fresh mashed potatoes, glazed yams, green beans almandine, cranberry sauce, choice of fresh garden salad or corn chowder and cheddar cheese chowder, bakery-fresh bread and pumpkin pie. Katie’s children’s menu is also available on Thanksgiving Day.

The Carson Valley Inn  is located on U.S. Highway 395 in Minden, Nev.

For more information visit carsonvalleyinn.com.

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