Hanukkah starts at sundown on Sunday, Dec. 6, and for eight days, the Festival of Lights brings dreidels, oil-based foods such as doughnuts and latkes and lighting of the menorah. Why not celebrate by trying some of the traditional Jewish dishes that go along with these holidays? Here, a look at where to celebrate Hanukkah with food in Las Vegas.Read More
How to Eat Your Way Through Hanukkah in Las Vegas
The Festival of Lights brings dining specials for eight days next week.
Crush at the MGM Grand celebrates Hanukkah from Sunday, Dec. 6, through Monday, Dec. 14, with pepper-crusted short-rib with apple chutney and crispy polenta pancakes for $19.
La Cave Food & Wine Hideaway
La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas celebrate Hanukkah from Sunday, Dec. 6, through Monday, Dec. 14, with crispy duck breast accompanied by sweet potato latkes and purple potatoes, priced at $19. Also order the Eight Crazy Nights made with Blue Curacao, Liquor 43, crème de menthe and egg whites.
On Dec. 6 through Dec. 14, Honey Salt commemorates Hanukkah with a la carte dishes. Look for matzo ball soup for $9, crisp potato latkes for $11, Grandma Rose’s slow-roasted brisket for $29 and Hanukkah doughnuts for $9.
Those celebrating Hanukkah can indulge in the Hanukoncrete specialty Concrete featuring Shake Shack’s vanilla custard, strawberry puree and glazed doughnut for $4.75 for a single, $6.25 for a double, Dec. 6-14. Available at Downtown Summerlin as well.
Santa Fe Station Feast Buffet
Station Casinos will be offering specialty items during Hanukkah from dinner service Sunday, Dec. 6, through dinner Monday, Dec. 14, at all of its Feast and Festival Buffets. Prices will be the standard buffet prices. Items featured include brisket, roasted chicken, potato latkes, matzo ball soup, potato and apple kugel, tzimmes, honey and ginger salmon, roasted beets with carrots and jelly doughnuts.