Thanksgiving Food

If you’re one of the many people in Las Vegas who just doesn’t want to cook for Thanksgiving, you’re in luck.

We have a lot of restaurants in Las Vegas offering special menus just for the holiday season.

I don’t know about you, but it seems to me like this year we had Halloween, we blinked, and then it was Thanksgiving. And if you feel the same way, just know that you are not crazy. We all know that Thanksgiving is always on the fourth Thursday of November. And since the first Thursday of the month this year fell on the 2nd, it kind of pushed Thanksgiving up and screwed up all of our schedules.

Thanks a lot, guy who decided we’d mark the holiday on a Thursday rather than a set date every year! Not cool, man. Not cool. For the record, that would be Abraham Lincoln (britannica.com), for those who want to point fingers.

The silver lining, though, is that this year we have more time between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Both to do all of that holiday gift shopping and also to enjoy our holiday decorations. Because it really does suck to put up all of our Christmas stuff after gorging ourselves with turkey. Only to have to take everything down three weeks later.

The bad news? Those of us who haven’t even put away the Halloween costumes our kid left on the stairs, don’t have the energy to make a Thanksgiving dinner. Yes, those of us who are painfully stuck to our traditions will still painstakingly make the full turkey spread. But those who are more spontaneous in their lives (and I envy you), might consider going out for Thanksgiving this year.

So, if you are just not feeling cooking that dinner for your family this year, but still want a Thanksgiving meal to celebrate the holiday, here are places right here in Las Vegas where you can have your pie and eat it too.

-Wendy Rush, 96.3KKLZ

  • Spiedini Fiamma Italian Bistro - Rampart Casino

    Homemade Roasted Thanksgiving Day Turkey with all the Sides

    Thanksgiving Feast

    Spiedini will offer a three-course Thanksgiving menu this year. Available for $65 per person plus tax, from 4 to 8 p.m. Here’s what is included in the meal:

    Appetizer (choice of one): Butternut Squash Soup, with parmesan foam, or Beet Salad with Hazelnut butter, prosciutto, goat cheese and melons. Entrée (choice of one): Roasted Turkey, with gravy and golden raisin sweet potato mash, or Short Rib Agnolotti, with Beef jus, rosemary and pecorino. Dessert: Honey and Pine Nut Tart, served with vanilla gelato. Get more details here.

  • Market Place Buffet - Rampart Casino

    Cropped imaged of waiter cutting turkey for guests

    Thanksgiving Buffet

    Market Place Buffet will offer an all-day buffet from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Price for guests 13 and older is $54.99 plus tax. Children 12 and under are $27.99 plus tax.

    In addition to an herb-roasted turkey, leg of lamb, maple glazed ham, and herb-crusted prime rib entrees, the buffet will offers many sides as well. Including mashed potatoes, stuffing, sweet potato casserole, soups, fresh veggies from its farm stand, international dishes and several dessert options. Get a whole list of the fixings here.

  • Hawthorn Grill - JW Marriott

    Turkey breast stuffed with cranberry,apricot and pistachio for Christmas

    Turkey Roulade

    This Thanksgiving, Hawthorn Grill will offer a three-course menu from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Price is $85 per person plus tax. Here’s what the menu includes: Choice of one Appetizer: Roasted Butternut Squash Bisque with thyme, toasted pepitas, crème fraiche and puff pastry. Or a Rainbow Kale and Fig Salad with carrot, walnut, gorgonzola, cranberries and cinnamon cider vinaigrette. Choice of one Entrée: Turkey Roulade with whipped potato, apple sage dressing, haricot verts, cranberry relish and herb gravy. Or Miso Crusted Swordfish with Fingerling potatoes, acorn purée, tomato, fennel and citrus vinaigrette. Or Filet Medallions – Whipped potato, rainbow cauliflower, morel mushroom and pomegranate reduction. Choice of one Dessert: Pumpkin Spiced Crème Brulee with pepita-pecan brittle and orange cake. Or Bourbon and Chocolate Walnut Tart with maple anglaise and vanilla gelato. There will also be a limited a la carte Thanksgiving menu from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., including many appetizers, chilled shellfish, soups, salads, steaks and chops, specialty entrées, sides and desserts. See the full Thanksgiving menu here.

  • CRUSH American Grill- MGM GRand

    Festively decorated Turkey fillet covered bacon with juniper twigs and balls of red and black pepper on black stone on wooden rustic background

    Bacon-Wrapped Turkey Breast

    CRUSH American Grill will be serving special dishes for the Thanksgiving holiday. Featuring citrus-brined turkey breast with bacon, sausage and vegetable stuffing alongside mashed potatoes and cranberries. Available from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m on Thanksgiving for $38 per person. Additional sides are available for purchase a la carte. Including roasted squash with braised kale and pine nuts; mushroom and roasted garlic polenta; green beans with crispy pancetta and parmesan; and yam gnocchi with brown butter and sage sauce.  CRUSH’s regular menu will also be available. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made on the website at www.crushmgm.com or by calling (702) 891-3222. 

  • PT's Wings & Sports/Strat Café - The STRAT

    PT’s Wings & Sports at the STRAT has a three-course Thanksgiving meal being offered Thursday, Nov. 23 through Saturday, Nov. 25 for $39 per person. Options include many traditional dishes and desserts. Order as a full meal or a la carte. 

    The STRAT Café is another casual dining option in the STRAT for Thanksgiving. They will be offering festive hoagies. Stuffed with turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce. Also available Thursday through Saturday. Priced at $18.

  • Earl Grey Café - Rampart Casino

    Small pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream and cinnamon

    Pumpkin Tart

    The Earl Grey Café will be offering a specialty menu from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving for $29.99 per person. The menu includes: Choice of one Appetizer: Autumn Salad with spinach, romaine lettuce, acorn squash, almond slivers, pears and maple vinaigrette. Or Festive Earl Grey Cheese Log with Three cheese medley, dried cranberries, candied walnuts, chives and assorted crackers. Entrée: Traditional Roasted Turkey Dinner. Including turkey, green bean casserole, red smashed potatoes, herb cornbread stuffing, turkey gravy and cranberry sauce. Dessert: Maple Pumpkin Mousse Tart. Served with toffee-glazed pecans. Get more details here.

  • La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway - Wynn Las Vegas

    La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas is offering some elegant dining options for Thanksgiving, available on Thursday, Nov. 23 from 2 to 9 p.m. 

    The meal will feature a seasonal butternut squash soup with spiced vanilla sabayon and candied hazelnuts, a salad of kale and quinoa with roasted pumpkin, orange, pomegranate and almonds topped with a cider vinaigrette. The main course of sliced turkey breast will be accompanied by bacon, vegetable, brioche stuffing; port wine cranberry relish; and mashed potatoes with sage gravy. The feast will end with a traditional holiday dessert of assorted pies. This meal is priced at $74 per person.

     Additional traditional side dishes will also be available a la carte. Including blistered green beans with balsamic onions; crispy Brussels sprouts topped with bacon and pomegranate seeds; roasted mushrooms with goat cheese; and candied yams topped with toasted marshmallow. 

     More information about La Cave can be found by visiting their website.

  • Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca - Green Valley Ranch

    If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving meal in Henderson, you might want to consider Bottiglia. They are offering a prix fixe menu, available exclusively for dine-in from 1 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 23 for $85 per person. Dish options include insalata misticanza, zuppa di porre e patate, organic turkey dinner, featuring herb butter-roasted white and dark turkey meat, mezze maniche rigate, florentine steak served with grilled asparagus and pommes duchesse, sweet pumpkin gnocchi in an alfredo spinach cream sauce, green beans cooked with garlic and lemon. Dessert will be a warm crostata di pumpkin served with vanilla gelato. Get more details here.

  • Top Of The World/McCall's Heartland Grill - The STRAT

    Top of the World will offer a selection of fine dining options for Thanksgiving. The featured dishes will be available exclusively on Thursday, Nov. 23. The full menu will also still be available. Specialty dishes include a kale, apple and walnut salad topped with shaved parmesan, red onion and blueberry and balsamic vinaigrette, a smoked turkey dinner entrée accompanied by cranberry gastrique, sweet potato cake, sage gravy, roasted Brussels sprouts and apple cider vinaigrette, and pumpkin spice cheesecake.

    Another fine dining options for Thanksgiving at the STRAT is McCall’s Heartland Grill. They will be featuring a full Thanksgiving meal, including apple pecan wood-smoked turkey served with spiced haricots verts, herb sausage stuffing, sweet potato puree, candied pecans, orange cranberry relish and gravy. Available from Thursday, Nov. 23 through Saturday, Nov. 25 for $49 per person.

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