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Gobble, Gobble: Thanksgiving In Las Vegas Satisfies All Appetites

Last updated: November 21, 2014 at 8:30 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. Comments Off on Gobble, Gobble: Thanksgiving In Las Vegas Satisfies All Appetites.


Get your Thanksgiving fix in Las Vegas. You’ll find this feast at Carmine’s inside The Forum Shops at Caesars.

You’re in Vegas for Thanksgiving, so we know you’re here to enjoy a feast, all without the worries of hosting, cooking or cleaning. Great choice.

From cost-friendly to more extravagant dishes, we rounded up the best Thanksgiving dishes in town. Come hungry and don’t forget to dress comfy.

One-week countdown to Thanksgiving begins now!


Ready to splurge? Cheers to an elegant Thanksgiving dinner. Check out these fine dining Las Vegas restaurants.

Gordon Ramsay Steak

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Located inside Paris Las Vegas, Gordon Ramsay Steak will offer savory Thanksgiving a la carte items including a Turkey breast Wellington with foie/pistachio stuffing, cranberry sauce, yams, crispy brussel leaves tossed in bacon apple vinaigrette and turkey demi glace for $48.

For dessert, enjoy a spiced pumpkin cake with white chocolate cremeux, candied pepitas, toasted marshmallow, pumpkin chantilly and salted caramel sauce for $12.

Carmine’s NYC Italian Family Restaurant

Doing some window shopping before the crazy Black Friday sales? Not a bad idea! While you’re here, stop by Carmine’s inside The Forum Shops at Caesars and enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner, ideal for a family of eight. If you’re bringing the gang, Carmine’s also has eight private dining rooms that seat up to 15.

The Thanksgiving feast comes with one 18-pound turkey with sausage stuffing and homemade cranberry sauce. For your sides, enjoy brussel sprouts with caramelized onions and applewood smoked bacon, sautéed string beans, baby carrots with fresh dill, sweet potatoes with marshmallows and maple syrup and mashed potatoes with giblet gravy.

End your meal on a sweet note with a choice pumpkin, apple or pecan pie.


Also located in Form Shops, Spago is offering a Thanksgiving meal for $55 a person. Start you’re your choice of Bartlett pears and walnut salad or a spiced butternut squash soup. For the main course, delve into a roasted organic free-range turkey breast with pretzel bread stuffing and herb gravy. Sides include brussel sprouts, brown sugar sweet potato, Yukon gold potato purée and cranberry-apple chutney.

The feast isn’t over: treat your taste buds to a delicious pumpkin s’mores ricotta-pumpkin cheesecake with a graham cracker crust, milk chocolate ganache and toasted marshmallow.


If you’re all about ambience, you’ll appreciate the spectucular views these Vegas restaurants have to offer. Raise a glass, savor in an elegant Thanksgiving feast and admire the scenery.



Located inside The Cromwell, Giada’s popular restaurant is featuring a four-course Thanksgiving tasting menu. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Strip in a homey, open atmosphere; the food aroma is enticing on its own.

The first course consists of an antipasti platter of butternut squash crostini with prosciutto di parma; cacciatore tartuffo salami; 24-month-old Parmigiano Reggiano and wood-roasted wild mushrooms. Next, choose between a cauliflower soup with croutons and bacon ormascarpone butternut squash risotto.

For your third course, you can eat turkey two ways: Choose the turkey breast porchetta and crispy confit dark meat, served with Cacio e Pepe baked mashed potatoes, pancetta ciabatta stuffing, green beans almandine and sweet cranberry mostarda.

And finally, for dessert, enjoy a walnut tart with a duo of gelato or a pumpkin tiramisu.

The four-course tasting menu is $ 125 per person.

VooDoo Steak

Enjoy views (50 floors up!) at VooDoo Steak, the upscale New-Orleans inspired restaurant at the Rio. Start your Thanksgiving dinner with a confit pumpkin tartlet with sautéed jumbo shrimp, pistachios, pomegranate and baby mache. Your main entrée includes a traditional roasted turkey , haricot vert (green beans), baked yams, mushroom stuffing and foie gras gravy.

For dessert, the Black Forest cake is delightful. It comes with silky bittersweet chocolate mousse, devil cake, Kirsch Griottine cherry and white mousse.


If you’re looking for bargain Thanksgiving meals, there’s nothing wrong with that. That  only means you can splurge in Vegas in other ways.


At Flamingo’s Margaritaville, enjoy  a roasted turkey breast with turkey gravy and sides like Yukon Gold mashed potatoes, honey garlic green beans, traditional bread stuffing and cranberry sauce. End your meal on a sweet note with pumpkin pie and whipped cream. The entire meal is only $18.95, or $9.95 for children 12 and younger.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar


Located inside the all-new LINQ Hotel, Guy Fieri’s is ready to take you and your crew to Flavortown. For $25, you’ll get one whole turkey leg, smoked in-house with bourbon barrel wood or a sage-roasted turkey breast. Savor in delectable sides like sweet potato tater tots with braised ham, caramelized brussel sprouts and fresh-baked corn bread. This Thanksgiving meal is $25 per person.

KGB Burger

So maybe you want something a bit unconventional this Thanksgiving. You’re in luck – KGB Burger at Harrah’s Las Vegas will offer a three-course meal that includes all your staples with a twist.

Start with a mixed berry chicken salad  which includes baby greens, seasonal mixed berries, candied pecans, gorgonzola and balsamic vinaigrette. Since KGB is known for its scrumptious burgers, you’ll love the second course. Sink your teeth into a Thanksgiving turkey burger with traditional stuffing, cranberry sauce, turkey gravy, pea sprouts and mayo on a white bun. This meal also comes with sweet potato fries.

Saving the best (and sweetest!) for last, you’ll definitely be bragging about KGB’s pumpkin spice milkshake , complete with whipped cream and cobbler crumbs. Mmm, mmm!

This meal is only $19.99 a person and also comes with a 12-ounce draft beer of your choice.


Can’t quite decide what you want this Thanksgiving? Sounds like a buffet is your best bet! With so many options at a buffet already, here are the highlights you won’t want to miss. We picked our favorite items from each. Feast your eyes on these delicious plates.

Bacchanal Buffet, Caesars Palace

Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace

  • Turkey mini pot pie
  • Spiced pumpkin soup
  • Sides like “New Age” stuffing, mashed potato and brown gravy, mac ‘n cheese, baked beans, oven-roasted sweet potato, honey marshmallow and corn on a cob, among many others.

Carnival World Buffet, Rio

  • Honey-mustard glazed ham, roasted turkey breast, fried turkey leg in Cajun butter
  • Turkey pot pie
  • Sides like cheddar scalloped potatoes, toasted pecan cornbread stuffing, sage and Italian sausage stuffing, candied yams, garlic Yukon mashed potatoes, caramelized shallots and maple syrup
  • Holiday cookies, pecan caramel tartlet and pumpkin cheese cake

Flavors, The Buffet, Harrah’s

  • Watermelon BBQ crispy turkey wings, honey-baked bone-in ham, herb-crusted pork loin with dry cherry and figs sauce and traditional whole tom and dark meat turkey
  • Sides like roasted acorn squash with brown butter, grilled corn on the cob, baked yams with marshmallows, homemade baked mac ‘n cheese, cornbread dressing and mashed potatoes and gravy
  • Holiday Pies including pumpkin, pecan, apple and cherry, holiday cookies, seasonal cupcakes, homemade ice cream and Bananas Foster

Le Village Buffet, Paris Las Vegas

  • Turkey Roulade with Mushroom Duxelle, herb-roasted turkey breast
  • Sides like glazed sweet potatoes with a pecan streusel, sausage and apple stuffing and roasted beet salad with apples and hazelnuts
  • Pumpkin pie, apple pie, mini cherry streusel pie, sweet potato pecan pie, pumpkin cheesecake, pumpkin crème brulee and apple cobbler

Spice Market Buffet, Planet Hollywood

  • Apricot-glazed honey ham, dark meat turkey roulade, oven-roasted turkey breast, slow-roasted prime rib and house-cured pastrami
  • Sage and sausage stuffing, sweet potato and roasted root veggies, whipped mashed potatoes and cranberry relish
  • Pumpkin crème brulee, pumpkin cheesecake, pumpkin pie, apple pie and sweet potato pecan pie

With all these tasty Las Vegas Thanksgiving, you’ll have a reason to come back again and again. Check out a complete list of our dining options.

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