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Casual Ways To Gobble Down Thanksgiving Food in Las Vegas

Seven places to eat casual turkey day fare

The Franksgiving Feast at The Steamie Weenie
The Steamie Weenie

HENDERSONThe Steamie Weenie has the Franksgiving Feast with a quarter-pound turkey frank topped with stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce, served with sweet potato fries, available through Nov. 26. The restaurant donates $1 of every $6.50 to Three Square Food Bank. “This is our third year doing this and last year we were able to provide 1,500 meals through Three Square,” says owner Bob Remington. “Our goal this year is 2,000.” [EaterWire]

PARIS LAS VEGASBeer Park opens at 8:30 a.m. on Thanksgiving with football and grub. Customers can order smoked turkey drumsticks and an open-faced Thanksgiving sandwich, made with oven-roasted turkey pastrami topped with chestnut stuffing, covered in cranberry Dijon-mayonnaise sauce and creamy giblet gravy, served on a fresh cranberry challah bread, priced at $10.95. [EaterWire]

COSMOPOLITAN OF LAS VEGASMilk Bar serves up a Thanksgiving croissant all month with stuffing-flavored bread filled with in-house roasted, shredded turkey, homemade gravy and cranberry sauce for $10. The pumpkin pie cake comes with graham cracker cheesecake and rich pumpkin ganache, topped with candied pepitas and pie dough crumbs for $56. Pumpkin pie cake truffles feature spiced pumpkin cake mixed with pumpkin milk, coated with white chocolate and rolled in spiced pie and graham cracker crumbs. A three pack goes for $6.75 and a dozen costs $27. All are available all month. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN SUMMERLIN and GRAND BAZAAR SHOPSBlue Ribbon Fried Chicken has the Chicken Gobbler, a Thanksgiving-inspired sandwich with stuffing, mashed potatoes, homestyle gravy, and cranberry sauce for $8.95 all month. [EaterWire]

VENETIANChica serves up sweet plantain soup, with the option to add the foie gras supplement; turkey enchiladas with pumpkin mole and topped with melted string cheese, jalapeño and pomegranate pico.; and pumpkin cheesecake. [EaterWire]

MGM GRANDPub 1842 has the $30 Turducken burger with an 8-ounce turkey patty, duck confit, chicken gravy, potato cake, cranberry aioli, and barbecue spiced fries. Customers can order a pumpkin-spice latte as well. [EaterWire]

THE SHOPS AT CRYSTALSBobby’s Burger Palace serves up a Pacific Northwest burger for the month. The burger comes smothered in white American cheese, Cremini mushrooms and red wine barbecue. Also available, a caramel apple milkshake. [EaterWire]

Where To Dine for Thanksgiving in Las Vegas [ELV]

Where To Order Takeout for Thanksgiving in Las Vegas [ELV]

Three Square Food Bank

4190 N Pecos Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89115 (702) 644-3663 Visit Website

Bromberg Bros. Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken

1770 Festival Plaza Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89135 (702) 329-9300

Beer Park

3655 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 444-4500 Visit Website

Pub 1842

3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-891-3922

Bobby's Burger Palace

3750 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89158 Visit Website

Las Vegas

, , NV

Chica

3355 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 805-8472 Visit Website

Downtown Summerlin

1980 Festival Plaza Drive, , NV 89135 (702) 832-1000 Visit Website

Milk Bar

1 Brattle Street, , MA 02138 Visit Website

The Steamie Weenie

1500 North Green Valley Parkway, , NV 89074 (702) 333-1383 Visit Website

Served

1770 West Horizon Ridge Parkway, , NV 89012 (702) 263-0136 Visit Website

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