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Celebrate Thanksgiving With The Perfect Dinner In Vegas

Last updated: November 13, 2018 at 10:25 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. Comments Off on Celebrate Thanksgiving With The Perfect Dinner In Vegas.

Las Vegas is one of the great culinary cities in the world so what better to place to spend a holiday known for its cuisine than Sin City. Whether you want a traditional Thanksgiving feast, all-you-can-eat options with some crazy choices, a prix-fixe menu so you don’t have to make any choices, Las Vegas has your Thanksgiving covered. Upscale, casual, quick bites or long meals, this is the perfect city in which to celebrate your Thanksgiving. Take a look:

Eat Thanksgiving Dinner in Las Vegas

Take your pick of the special Thanksgiving menus at these Las Vegas restaurants, available on Thursday, Nov. 23. Prices, listed on the menus, are subject to change.

Bally’s Las Vegas

BLT Steak at Bally's Las Vegas for Thanksgiving

BLT Steak

Go prix-fixe or à la carte at this American steakhouse with choices including celeriac soup, squash salad, dry-aged prime rib, Scottish salmon, plus a turkey dinner.

 Caesars Palace

Thanksgiving at Mesa Grill

Mesa Grill

One of the original celebrity chef-owned restaurants in Caesars Palace is still putting out top notch fare. Get your Southwestern spin on the holiday with dishes like creamed kale, cranberry – tangerine relish and horseradish – maple glazed turkey.

Thanksgiving buffet in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace

Bacchanal Buffet

Perhaps no restaurant offers more options than the number one ranked buffet in the world. Besides tried-and-true Bacchanal favorites, items include turkey scaloppini Marsala, venison sausage stuffing, winter melon soup and sweet potato s’mores gelato.

Rao's Las Vegas for Thanksgiving dinner


Get a holiday spread at this Italian favorite with a prix-fixe meal that includes choices such as duck cannelloni, herb roasted prime rib and a full turkey dinner.

Old Homestead Las Vegas- Steak Thanksgiving dinner

Old Homestead

Get the beef and the bird at this historic East Coast steakhouse gone west. Turkey, filet mignon and all the trimmings will be served here.

Las Vegas Thanksgiving dinner at Searsucker in Caesars Palace


Check out this comfortable restaurant with contemporary spins on American classic comfort foods. They will be serving an all-you-can-eat feast on Turkey Day and turkey tamales to boot.

Carmines for Thanksgiving Dinner in Las Vegas


Carmine’s at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

Feed up to eight people with the full Carmine’s feast that includes an 18-pound turkey, a selection of sides and a choice of dessert pies. Dine in or take out.

Trevi inside the Forum Shops will be having Thanksgiving dinner


TREVI at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

TREVI’s three-course prix-fixe supper includes a a turkey porchetta plate with all the sides and a pumpkin crazy dessert that features pumpkin mousse, pecan whipped cream and pumpkin seed brittle.

GIADA at The Cromwell Las Vegas Thanksgiving Dinner


The Cal-Italian fusion that made Giada De Laurentiis a household name takes on Thanksgiving with items like roasted acorn squash soup and souffled pumpkin cheesecake.

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Harrah’s Las Vegas

Harrah's Las Vegas Buffet Thanksgiving Dinner

Flavors, The Buffet

Salads, soups, carved meat, grilled poultry, seafood, veggies and desserts galore make up this unforgettable holiday spread where you can have it all.

Ruth's Chris Las Vegas at Harrah's


Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Get a starter, entrée, side and dessert for a prix-fixe price. Options include lobster bisque, 8-ounce petite filet and shrimp, creamed spinach and pumpkin cheesecake à la mode.

Toby Keith's I Love This Bar- Harrah's Las Vegas for Thanksgiving Dinner


Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill

It’s quite a deal at this country honky-tonk. The three-course menu includes butternut squash bisque, slow roasted turkey with sides and pumpkin pie.

The LINQ Hotel & Casino


Virgil’s Real Barbecue

An 18-pound smoked turkey is the star component to this Thanksgiving meal, but the sides, which include Creole green beans and buttermilk biscuits, among others, are plenty tasty themselves.

Paris Las Vegas

Thanksgiving Dinner at Burger Brasserie in Paris Las Vegas

Burger Brasserie

Do Thanksgiving burger-style with a roasted turkey burger, roasted root vegetable salad, plenty of potatoes and pumpkin cheesecake and apple pie to finish the meal off.

Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas Restaurant

Gordon Ramsay Steak

At this high-end Gordon Ramsay eatery, check out the celebrity chef’s spin on a Thanksgiving Wellington, utilizing turkey breast as the star ingredient with all the accoutrements. Finish things off with a spiced pumpkin tart.

Le Café Ile St. Louis restaurant in Paris Las Vegas

Le Cafe Ile St. Louis

Make your way through a selection of favorites including roasted pumpkin soup, spinach and hazelnut salad, turkey and stuffing and aged ribeye with vegetables.

Le Village Buffet for Thanksgiving Dinner


Le Village Buffet

Taste a grand array of dishes throughout the five regional stations including a variety of main courses and sides. If that’s not enough, there are also salad bar options, soup selections and a delectable dessert area.

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Spice Market Buffet


Spice Market Buffet

Take a trip around the world with stops in the Middle East, Mexico, and the American South along with carved specialties and a big dessert station.

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Hash House A Go Go Thanksgiving Dinner

Hash House A Go Go

Are you ready to start your feast early? Head to Hash House A Go Go for turkey Benedict and pumpkin pie pancakes.

All-American Bar & Grill

All-American Bar & Grille

Get yourself a turkey dinner with plenty of fixings, plus a glass of wine or a beer and dessert at this casual eatery.

Pho Da Nang Vietnamese Kitchen

Pho Da Nang Vietnamese Kitchen

Try the roasted chicken with red bean curd sauce and steamed jasmine rice for a completely different holiday experience.

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