Our region is filled with family owned shops and merchants that will take care to provide you with quality ingredients for your Thanksgiving meal and keep your holiday table looking festive. 


At Town’s Edge Farm (left) in Ligonier, your free-range turkey from this sustainable farm is fed with their own grown and ground feed. Take home a dozen eggs for use in your turkey day sides and baked goods.

Jones Turkey Farm (right) in Cabot is a family owned farm known for their turkey, chicken and sweet corn. Serving one of their birds is a great choice because they are raised with no drugs or antibiotics. They even grow their own feed, so they know exactly what is going into your bird. 


At The Marketplace at Emerald Valley (left) in Washington, you don’t have to worry about rain or mud with this virtual farm stand. The Marketplace at Emerald Valley specializes in locally produced and sourced fresh food. Order online and pick it up so you have everything you need for all the family favorites.  

Frankferd Farms (center) in Saxonburg began as a family-owned flour mill and has grown into a distribution and retail store specializing in organic, local, bulk, and specialty foods. Shop their online store to make sure your family favorites are made with healthy organic ingredients.

Giant Eagle (right) offers online and in-store offerings around the region. This neighborhood staple will make sure your Thanksgiving meal is made your way. Cooking up a storm? Use the Giant Eagle app to make sure you don’t miss any ingredients on your list. Looking for a low stress alternative? Grab one of their heat-and-eat Thanksgiving bundles to keep your kitchen clean. And either way, use curbside express so you don’t have to wade through the crowds.  


Ford City National Bakery (left) has been a Ford City institution since 1915 with one of the last known hearth ovens in the region, they have everything you need for your Thanksgiving table from dinner rolls to desserts. Also, if you bring home some of their famous donuts, your guests will have something yummy to eat while watching the parade in the morning. 

Kretchmar’s Bakery (center) in Beaver, run by the Kretchmar family, has been making breads, rolls, and treats from scratch and doughs formed by hand for three generations. Make sure to pick up one of their seasonal favorites like sweet potato tarts or their  pumpkin cheesecake torte.

Eat’n Park (right), offered online and in-person throughout the region, has a bakery that is always tasty after a meal at their restaurants. They’re also a great way to make sure you have a dessert table full of delicious pies without trying to master grandma’s secret pie crust. 


Neubauers Flowers (left): No holiday table is complete without a beautiful centerpiece. Neubauers in Uniontown has been creating beautiful arrangements for family gatherings and special events for four generations. 

Jim Ludwig’s Blumengarten Florist (right) in the Strip District is now in their fifth generation. This Strip District staple is a festive and fragrant place to find the perfect flowers to place on your Thanksgiving table. Their skillful and creative bouquets and centerpieces will be the perfect addition to your decor.

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