Thanksgiving may just be on Thursday, but don't fret if you haven't made plans yet. Many restaurants will be open to serve you and your family all the turkey and tryptophan you want. Special prix-fixe menus will offer holiday meals without the hassle of spending hours in the kitchen. So sit back and eat yourself into a food coma without the worry of having to do the dishes this year at one of these 80 restaurants.Read More
Updated: 80 Ways to Eat & Drink Your Way Through Thanksgiving in Las Vegas
Andrea’s at Encore Las Vegas has turkey roulade, Hawaiian bread/Peking duck dressing and five-spice gravy as well as a Thanksgiving Roll with Hawaiian bread/Peking duck dressing rolled with soy paper, topped with turkey breast and crispy shallots. Or try the Plymouth Rock Shrimp Hand Roll with avocado, kaiware and creamy sweet chili sauce. Thanksgiving specials are available in addition to Andrea’s complete a la carte menu. Reservations are available from 6 to 10:30 p.m.
Austins Steakhouse at Texas Station has a special dinner with roasted kabocha squash, sage nage and maple gastrique soup to start; apple-shallot roasted turkey with brown cider gravy, sage stuffing and cranberry sauce; and a pumpkin crème brulee with whipped cream
More than 25 Thanksgiving-inspired dishes make the menu including house-smoked turkey legs, pumpkin soup in mini pumpkins, turkey sliders with cranberry, stuffing and spiced aioli and kabocha squash risotto with turkey confit.
Baja Miguel’s Mexican at South Point has a special menu for $16.95 with a choice of corn chowder or a dinner salad. The traditional roast turkey platter includes roast turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, fresh seasonal vegetables, glazed yam and cranberry sauce. The dinner experience includes a complimentary cocktail of the guest’s choice. This specialty menu is available from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Billy Bob's Steak House
Billy Bob’s Steakhouse will serve a Thanksgiving special of turkey, mashed potatoes, candied yams, winter vegetables, cornbread stuffing and cranberry sauce for $18 starting at 3 p.m.
Chef Mark LoRusso created a five-course holiday tasting menu featuring an Arkansas black apple chopped salad, butternut squash agnolotti with sage brown butter, dayboat scallops and roasted organic turkey confit, vanilla scented yams and traditional trimmings finished with a tasting of Botero holiday desserts. The chef’s tasting menu is prix fixe, $95, and is available in addition to Botero’s full a la carte menu. Reservations are available from 4:30 to 10 p.m.
Poitrine de Porc, a crispy pork belly with red wine braised cabbage, persimmons and Bayonne ham vinaigrette for an appetizer; Dinde Rotie, a roasted Diestel Farms turkey with Bouchon Bakery stuffing, squée de Provence pumpkin croquettes, cranberry-apple relish and turkey gravy; and a trio of pumpkin pie, apple pie and pecan pie for dessert all make an appearance on the Bouchon Thanksgiving menu.
Broiler Steak & Seafood
The Broiler Steak & Seafood at Boulder Station features its soup and salad bar that will also offer butternut squash and potato leek soup, followed by roasted turkey with turkey jus lie, sautéed green beans, cornbread stuffing and potato and celery root gratin; and dessert offers a choice of pumpkin or pecan pie. The cost is $24, and the restaurant opens at 1 p.m.
The Buffet at Treasure Island has a feast served up all day long with varied prices throughout the day.
Canal Street’s holiday specials include butternut squash raviolis, spiced pumpkin and apple soup and traditional holiday turkey dinner for $24.
The Carmel Room at the JW Marriott serves a three-course Thanksgiving Day dinner from 4 to 9 p.m. for $49.99 per person. The menu includes a choice of butternut squash bisque or autumn greens to start, traditional roasted turkey, prime rib of beef or pan-seared King salmon as the entrée and maple pecan tart, pumpkin pie or chocolate banana mousse for dessert.
Designed to feed a family of eight, Carmine’s family-style Thanksgiving feast includes an 18-pound roasted turkey with sausage and sage stuffing served with homemade cranberry sauce, Brussels sprouts with caramelized onions and applewood smoked bacon, sautéed string beans, baby carrots with fresh dill, sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows and maple syrup, mashed potatoes with giblet gravy and your choice of either pumpkin, apple or pecan pie. Served either in the restaurant or catered at home, Carmine’s Thanksgiving Feast is $239.95.
Center Cut Steakhouse
Center Cut Steakhouse at Flamingo Las Vegas will celebrate Thanksgiving with a four-course menu. To start, guests can order autumn baby greens and roasted pumpkin and butternut squash soup. For an entrée, the restaurant will feature a roasted Sonoma organic free range turkey complete with savory sage dressing, caramelized baby roots vegetables, classic butter mashed potatoes, peach schnapps cranberry relish and giblet gravy. To top it off, dessert will be a homemade pumpkin cheesecake served with a caramel rum sauce. Center Cut’s full menu will also be available.
Central Michel Richard
Priced at $45 per person, the three-course meal includes a choice of appetizers and choice of traditional roasted turkey with sides of stuffing made with cornbread, daily bread, dried cranberries, fresh parsley, chicken stock and egg and Yukon puree made with Yukon potatoes, cream, butter, garlic and Philadelphia cream cheese; a prime rib with au jus with sweet potatoes and haricot verts; or Loup De Mer with sautéed Shiitake and button mushrooms served with arugula salad, lemon vinaigrette and gruyere cheese. Pumpkin pie, apple tatin and a banana split are the dessert choices.
Ceres at the JW Marriott has a Thanksgiving Day brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $49.99 per person, $24 for children 12 and under. Look for an omelet station, a carving station with peppercorn-crusted prime rib of beef and maple-glazed bone-in-ham and more.
The Charcoal Room
The Charcoal Room at Santa Fe Station has a prix fixe menu with a soup course of roasted parsnip soup with sweet potato crisp; an entrée of lemon pepper and herb roasted turkey with andouille sausage and cornbread stuffing, bourbon candied yams, buttered green beans, giblet gravy and Yukon Gold mashed potatoes; and a pumpkin crumble with praline sauce and cream for dessert. The meal is $35.
Charlie Palmer Steak
Charlie Palmer Steak at the Four Seasons is offering up a full Thanksgiving feast from 4 to 10 p.m. The three-course prix fixe dinner for $65 per person includes choices such as an herb-roasted turkey breast, filet mignon, charred bone-in New York strip, pan-roasted sea bass or surf and turf for $15 more.
The Coffee Shop
The Coffee Shop at Treasure Island has a three-course menu for $30 per person.
Comme Ça at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has three-course menu from 5 to 11 p.m. for $55 per person, or $85 per person with additional wine pairing. Appetizers include a roasted duck and chickory salad with pickled cranberry and pistachio vinaigrette, or Cinderella pumpkin soup served with green curry banana bread and cardamom butter. Entrées include a trio of Goose with confit of goose leg pavé served with red kurri squash and mustard seed, pan-roasted goose breast with goose stuffing and pomegranate glacé and goose bacon-wrapped Brussels sprouts. For dessert, a pumpkin Pie with warm pumpkin ganache, fall-spiced ice, vanilla streusel and Chantilly cream.
The Country Club
Chef Carlos Guia’s a la carte Thanksgiving menu at The Country Club features holiday dishes and steakhouse staples such as brown sugar-brined pork chop with fire-roasted corn succotash and black mission fig-bourbon sauce, roasted free-range turkey with traditional dressing, bourbon whipped sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and giblet gravy. Reservations are available from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The D Grill
D Grill has a traditional turkey dinner complete with all the fixings and dessert for just $12.99. The special menu will be available from 4 to 11 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25, through Sunday, Dec. 1.
Thanksgiving specials from Emeril Lagasse’s steakhouse in the Venetian include butternut squash bisque, abita root beer-braised pork belly, roasted turkey with cornbread dressing and a pumpkin trio. A la carte menu also available. Delmonico will be open 3 to 9 p.m. for dinner only on Thanksgiving.
Don Vito’s Italian will serve a three-course Thanksgiving menu, including Caesar salad or cream of butternut squash soup. The second course features roasted turkey for $29 or osso bucco for $35 or pan-seared Florida snapper for $32. For dessert, pumpkin pie, cappuccino cheesecake or cannoli and the choice of coffee or tea.
d. Vino Italian Food & Wine Bar
For just $29, guests can get roasted butternut squash soup, butcher block carved roasted turkey with fixings such as Idaho mashed potatoes, pancetta-herb stuffing, baked green beans and wild mushrooms, natural turkey gravy and orange-cranberry chutney as well as a Thanksgiving pie duo of pecan and pumpkin pie.
Emeril's New Orleans Fish House
Chef Emeril Lagasse’s restaurant at the MGM Grand is offering Thanksgiving specials such as pan-seared Maine sea scallops and oven-roasted free-range turkey with oyster and spinach bread pudding, a sea salt and rosemary crusted Prime rib with whipped potatoes and pumpkin crème brulee. Specials available in addition to a la carte menu. Reservations from noon to 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
Fuego Steakhouse at Fiesta Henderson offers a choice of cream of asparagus soup or winter green salad; entrée featuring roasted tom turkey with duet of mashed potatoes and pureed yams, haricot vert, cornbread stuffing, cranberry sauce and turkey gravy; and pumpkin pie for dessert. The cost is $19.
Gilley's Saloon, Dance Hall & BBQ
Saddle up at Gilley’s at Treasure Island for a poached pear salad with goat cheese; a Bourbon-glazed roasted turkey with smoked Andouille sausage, Brioche stuffing, Yukon gold whipped potato, chipotle sage gravy and sautéed baby carrot; and pumpkin pecan pie with cinnamon cream, all for $35 per person from 11 a.m. to midnight.
Gordon Ramsay Steak
Gordon Ramsay Steak has turkey Wellington for one day only. The special dish will be available for $45 and includes sous vide turkey breast wrapped in a puff pastry with cranberry, sourdough stuffing, chive crepe, sweet potato puree and glazed root vegetables.
Hank's Fine Steaks & Martinis
Hank’s Fine Steaks at Green Valley Ranch has roasted butternut squash veloute with sautéed wild mushrooms and cognac scented whipped cream ($12); salad of winter mixed greens, blue cheese, grapes and spicy candied pecans with Minus 8 vinaigrette ($11); slow oven-roasted white meat turkey, stuffed and baked dark meat turkey served with traditional trimmings, stuffing and giblet gravy ($39). Complete menu available for $70 per person.
Hash House A Go Go
All four locations of Hash House A Go Go have specials ranging in price from $5.95 to $21.95 such as pumpkin bisque with sea salt toasted almonds, roasted turkey breast with homemade mashed potatoes, stuffed turkey meatloaf, linguini pasta in pumpkin cream with grilled shrimp and homemade pumpkin bread pudding
Holsteins Shakes & Buns
Holsteins Shakes & Buns is doing turkey with a twist and featuring The Billy Burger, a New England turkey burger on a bun with cranberry relish, bread stuffing and giblet gravy. Also, the restaurant has the pumpkin pie bamboozled shake with Crown Royal Maple, graham crumble and Pepitas brittle.
Honey Salt is serving up a Thankgivukkah menu today through Monday, Dec. 2, from 5 to 10 p.m. with potato latkes, toasted pinenuts, watercress, horseradish and cranberry sauce; red wine braised short ribs, roasted Brussels sprouts, pearl onion, butternut squash puree; and choice of dessert: either pumpkin cheesecake or warm Hanukkah doughnuts. Dinner is $45 per person with an optional wine pairing for $25.