Updated: These Siskiyou County restaurants serve holiday meals on Thanksgiving Day

Jessica Skropanic
Siskiyou Daily News

You can have your Thanksgiving feast without the cooking and hard work.

Here are Siskiyou County restaurants whose chefs are preparing special holiday dinner menus for you and your family on Thursday, Nov. 25 — Thanksgiving Day.

Some have children's menus and vegetarian options as well as traditional turkey, ham or other entrees. 

Masking and social distancing practices may change during the COVID pandemic. If in doubt, call ahead before you leave to confirm a restaurant's policies haven't changed.

Don't see your favorite restaurant that's open on Thanksgiving? Email the name of the business and its location to jessica.skropanic@redding.com. We'll add it to the list.


The Railroad Park Resort at 100 Railroad Park Road will serve a traditional Thanksgiving buffet dinner from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Cost is $29 for adults, $17 for ages 12 and younger. Reservations are required. For more information or for reservations call 530-235-4440.


Axe & Rose Public House at the McCloud Hotel — 424 Main St. — will offer a special Thanksgiving menu with five-course meals from 2 to 6 p.m. Entrees include a vegetarian option. Adult meals cost $59; children under 12 eat for $29. Dinner includes live music. Reservations are required. Take-out is available, but must be ordered well in advance. For more information call 530-964-2822, email innkeeper@mccloudhotel.com or go to https://mccloudhotel.com/dining.

Mount Shasta

The Black Bear Diner at 401 W. Lake St. will serve holiday meals from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Entrees are prime rib, roasted turkey and holiday ham — part of a three-course dinner menu. Prices start at $20. Also on the menu are children's meals and smaller portion meals. Pre-ordering is recommended. For more information or to order meals for pick up call 530-926-4669.

The Tree House Restaurant in the Best Western Plus Tree House at 111 Morgan Way will serve a traditional turkey or honeyed ham dinner from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. for $28 per person. A limited menu is also available. Reservations are required. Take-out is available; order in advance by 9 p.m. Nov. 23. For reservations or more information call 530-926-3101.


NEW: The Mt. Shasta Brewing Company at 360 College Ave. will serve holiday dinners with trimmings from 11a.m. to 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Meals include a ham or turkey entrée with a Brie appetizer, salad, potatoes and vegetable sides and pie. Cost is $25 per person. Regular menu items are also available. Reservations for holiday meals are due by Sunday and can be made online at https://weedales.com/friendsgiving.

NEW: The Hi Lo Café at 88 South Weed Blvd. will serve holiday meals from 2 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Entrees include turkey, ham and prime rib meals. Cost ranges from $20 to $25. No reservations are needed. Call 530-938-2904.


The Black Bear Diner at 1795 S. Main St. will serve holiday dinners from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Entrees are prime rib, roasted turkey and holiday ham, and are part of a three-course dinner. Prices start at $22. Also on the menu are children's meals and smaller portion meals. For more information or to order meals for pick up call 530-842-9324.

Jefferson's Roadhouse at 1281 S. Main St. in Yreka, will serve a traditional Thanksgiving dinner from noon to 5 p.m. Reservations are required. Cost for dinners start around $25, with special prices for seniors and children. Call 530-842-9866 to reserve a table. For more information go to www.jeffersonsroadhouse.com.

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