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Celebrate Over Delightful Dishes with Thanksgiving Dinner In Las Vegas

Last updated: November 21, 2019 at 2:00 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. Comments Off on Celebrate Over Delightful Dishes with Thanksgiving Dinner In Las Vegas.

One of the best parts of celebrating Thanksgiving while you’re in Las Vegas is that someone else can do the cooking and cleaning. And thanks to the wealth of dining options in the city, there are many takes on Thanksgiving dinner from traditional items to unique and modern creations.

Celebrate Thanksgiving in Las Vegas

Take your pick from these Thanksgiving menus and specials and dig in!

Caesars Palace

Bacchanal Buffet

You’ll have many chances at enjoying a decadent Thanksgiving meal, since Bacchanal Buffet’s special offer runs Thursday, Nov. 28 through Sunday, Dec. 1. Feast on holiday options including herb-roasted turkey, cranberry-stuffed porchetta, duck risotto and foie gras, coffee-rubbed duck with cherry compote and more. The buffet will run $69.99 from 7:30 to 11 a.m. and $79.99 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. From Friday to Sunday, prices are $59.99 from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and $69.99 from 3 to 11 p.m.

Photo of a pumpkin cheesecake at Rao's Thanksgiving in Las Vegas

It’s the season of pumpkin everything, so enjoy pumpkin cheesecake at Rao’s. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.


Rao’s Thanksgiving prix-fixe meal starts at $65, with a first course choice of pumpkin soup, grilled Caesar salad or chilled grilled artichoke. The options for the second course include oven-roasted turkey, prime rib or seafood tortellini. A la carte sides include stuffing, cranberry sauce and more, priced at $12 each, with dessert like pumpkin cheesecake and warm apple pie priced at $16 each.

Old Homestead Steakhouse

Old Homestead will feature a $69 prix-fixe special on Thanksgiving Day. Start off with kabocha squash soup or shaved Brussels sprout salad for the appetizer. The entrée is an oven-roasted turkey with chestnut-sausage stuffing, cranberry, gravy and roasted vegetables. Sides include sweet potato purée and haricot verts, with a pumpkin tart or pecan pie bar rounding out dessert. You can also opt for an entry of 8-ounce filet alongside oven-roasted turkey for an extra $29.

Mesa Grill

Mesa Grill will put a Southwestern spin on Thanksgiving with dishes like a jumbo lump crab cake with habanero tartar sauce, avocado crema and pickled chile slaw, priced at $24; horseradish and maple-glazed turkey, served with orange-sage butter, creamed kale, sweet potato gratin, wild mushroom-chorizo cornbread stuffing, smoked chile gravy and cranberry-tangerine relish, priced at $44; a porterhouse pork chop, served with pomegranate glaze, an apple-mostarda pumpkin tamale and cranberry butter, priced at $42; and an apple tart, served with cinnamon ice cream and pecan streusel, priced at $12.

The LINQ Hotel + Experience

Corner Kitchen & Donuts

Corner Kitchen & Donuts is putting a grab and go twist on Thanksgiving standards with two items: turkey pot pie (turkey and veggies in savory cream sauce wrapped in a flaky crust) for $13.50 and Thanksgiving On A Roll (roasted pulled turkey, stuffing, Swiss cheese, cranberry and mayo on a hoagie roll) for $10.99.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar. Thanksgiving in Las Vegas. Photo Credit: The LINQ Hotel & Casino.

Enjoy a Thanksgiving that’s big on flavor at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen + Bar brings Thanksgiving to Flavortown with its Backyard Fried Turkey Porchetta. This decadent creation is made with smoked, flash-fried organic turkey, sage-butter stuffing, Donkey Sauce, tart cranberry-orange relish, “backyard” turkey gravy and chicarrones on a brioche bun, with a side of sweet potato fries. This one will run $21.50.

Sticky Chicken

Sticky Chicken will have a Buffalo-wing style take on turkey wings at its food truck, with a four-piece Buffalo turkey wing combo, including sea salt fries and a drink, for $14.99. At The Book$40 gets you a buffet spread including beet salad, turkey, potatoes, green beans almondine, honey glazed yams, apple or pumpkin pie, and more.

Gordon Ramsay’s Fish & Chips

It’s not all about seafood at Gordon Ramsay’s Fish & Chips on Turkey Day! A fried turkey leg and sea salt chips with a cranberry sauce and Dijon mayo will run $17.99. Save room for a sticky toffee pudding ice cream bar for $6.99.

The Cromwell


Enjoy a quick bite of the holiday at eatwell, with Thanksgiving On A Roll (roasted pulled turkey, stuffing, Swiss cheese, cranberry and mayo on a hoagie roll) for $10.99, and assorted Thanksgiving pastries like pumpkin cheese parfait, pecan tarts, cinnamon apple-almond galettes and more.

Bally’s Las Vegas

Burger Brasserie

You’ll be able to catch all of the Thanksgiving Day football action at Burger Brasserie while feasting on dishes like baby kale salad with spiced candied walnuts, craisins, feta and maple vinaigrette, priced at $11; a roasted turkey dinner with apple fennel dressing, Yukon potato and turkey demi gravy, priced at $20; and pumpkin cheesecake and traditional apple pie for dessert, both priced at $8.

BLT Steak restaurant at Bally's Thanksgiving in Las Vegas

BLT Steak restaurant at Bally’s Las Vegas.

BLT Steak

BLT Steak will offer a wealth of choices for Thanksgiving, with a prix-fixe menu including an appetizer and the guest’s choice of one entrée, side and dessert, priced at $75. For the appetizer, the restaurant will serve butternut squash soup; entrée selections include dry-aged prime rib, roasted turkey and Scottish salmon; options for the side include chestnut-golden raisin stuffing, Brussels sprouts and sweet potato puree; and guests may end their meal with their choice of either a pumpkin tart or cranberry spiced bread pudding.

Flamingo Las Vegas

Paradise Garden Buffet

Dig in to a hearty meal at Paradise Garden Buffet, with a view of the Flamingo’s Wildlife Habitat.

On Thanksgiving Day, Paradise Garden Buffet will offer items like honey-glazed ham, smoked Kielbasa sausage, roast turkey and herbed beef tri-tip from the Butcher Block; hot entrées such as buttermilk-fried turkey legs, pecan bread pudding, lobster butternut squash soup and sage butter stuffing; cold dishes including assorted sushi, scallops on the half shell and oyster shooters; and desserts including pastries and made-to-order crepes.

Harrah’s Las Vegas

Flavors Buffet

Flavors Buffet will showcase Thanksgiving dishes like roasted baby yams; cranberry, walnut and sweet potato wild rice pilaf; orange-glazed carrot; herb and butter roasted turkey; rack of lamb with herb & mustard crust; salmon Oscar with lemon shallot sauce; cream cheese filled pumpkin rolls; apple pie; bananas foster; and more.

Ruth's Chris Steak House Thanksgiving in Las Vegas

Ruth’s Chris Steak House features beautiful Strip views. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, fresh off a new renovation, will offer a specialty menu including a choice of starter, entrée, side dish and dessert, as well as a glass of red or white wine, priced at $95 per person. The menu includes roasted butternut squash soup; sliced oven-roasted turkey breast with homemade gravy, Ruth’s sausage and herb stuffing and cranberry relish; sweet potato casserole; and pumpkin cheesecake.

Oyster Bar & Grill

Oyster Bar & Grill will serve a traditional turkey plate, priced at $33, with sliced turkey breast, turkey gravy, roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon and onion, vanilla sweet potato puree, cranberry apple stuffing and fresh cornbread. Dessert offerings include pecan pie cobbler and pumpkin pie, priced at $8 each.

Fulton Street Food Hall

Guests looking for a quick Thanksgiving meal can head to 24/7 Fulton Street Food Hall any time of the day. On Thanksgiving Day, Fulton Street will offer the roasted turkey sandwich, served on a French baguette with roasted turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and herb mayonnaise for $16.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill will offer a three-course dinner on Thanksgiving Day for $30. Start with butternut squash bisque, followed by Toby’s spiced-rubbed slow-roasted turkey dinner and traditional pumpkin pie.

Paris Las Vegas

Le Village Buffet

Le Village Buffet will serve Thanksgiving brunch and dinner, including classics such as pumpkin creamed corn, Andouille sausage stuffing, maple glazed sweet potatoes, green bean casserole; meat carved to order including glazed ham, prime rib and roasted turkey; and a selection of pies, cheesecakes and more for dessert. The buffet is priced at $23.99 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and $34.99 from 3 to 11 p.m.

Gordon Ramsay Steak sculpture - Thanksgiving in Las Vegas

Fun fact: This art feature is based on Gordon Ramsay’s hand movements. Photo by Total Vegas Blog.

Gordon Ramsay Steak

Gordon Ramsay Steak will offer modern dishes like roasted butternut squash, served with chicharron, caramelized apple and toasted pine nuts, priced at $19; roasted heritage turkey breast, made of confit dark meat with cranberry chutney, pancetta dressing and foie pan gravy, priced at $45; and pumpkin pie, served with citrus sable, Chantilly cream and salted caramel, priced at $17.

Le Cafe Ile St. Louis

Guests can enjoy a three-course Thanksgiving meal in the ambiance of a French café at Le Cafe Ile St. Louis. On Thanksgiving Day, the café will offer a holiday menu with French onion soup, roasted pumpkin soup or spinach and hazelnut salad for the first course; aged ribeye or turkey and stuffing for the second course; and pumpkin cheesecake or traditional apple pie for dessert. The three-course holiday menu is priced at $44.

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

Spice Market Buffet

Spice Market Buffet will offer their Thanksgiving menu from Wednesday, Nov. 27 through Saturday, Nov. 30, priced at $32.99 per person and $22.99 for children between 4 and 10 years old. The menu will feature hand-carved specialties and holiday fare such as herb-crusted prime rib, roasted turkey breast, cranberry and apple-stuffed pork loin, seared salmon with pomegranate glaze and sautéed chard, green bean casserole, traditional sausage stuffing, candied yams and more. The buffet will also serve selections with ties to Mexico and the Middle East as well as offer a salad bar and an array of desserts.

rio las vegas All-Suite Hotel & Casino

All American Bar & Grille

Dig into a prix-fixe menu at All American Bar & Grille, with a house salad starter course; roasted turkey, roasted vegetables, stuffing, giblet gravy, Boursin mashed potatoes, baby veggies and cranberry relish main course; and a dessert choice of pumpkin or apple pie. The special menu is $32.99.

Carnival World Buffet

Carnival World Buffet will offer a Thanksgiving menu for $39.99, featuring a variety of Thanksgiving items and more from Nov. 28 through Dec. 1. Chow down on butternut squash soup, various sushi rolls, cola BBQ pork ribs, cornbread and sage stuffing, maple candied yams, Boursin mashed potatoes and of course, herb roasted turkey.

Hash House A Go Go

Hash House A Go Go is known for its big breakfast portions and it will not disappoint on Thanksgiving Day, offering up some breakfast versions of Thanksgiving standards. Enjoy a turkey Benedict made with carved turkey breast, griddled mashed potato, stuffing, gravy and scrambled eggs for $19.99 and a pumpkin pancake topped with cinnamon whipped cream for $12.99.

VooDoo Steakhouse at Rio - Thanksgiving in Las Vegas

VooDoo Steakhouse. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

VooDoo Steak 

Enjoy a prix-fixe menu at VooDoo Steak, Rio’s steakhouse with a view. Start with a course of acorn squash soup or fig beet salad, followed by roast turkey with oyster and cornbread stuffing, haricots verts almondine, potatoes puree, red wine gravy and cranberry chutney. Finish things off with a pumpkin torte made with buttery shortbread dough, pumpkin filling, cinnamon Chantilly creme and caramelized hazlenuts.

If you feel like exploring the Strip on Thanksgiving day before or after your scrumptious dinner, you can check out the various hotels and attractions in Las Vegas.

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