Top 10 Thanksgiving Day Dinners in Vegas

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It’s Thanksgiving and you’re in Vegas. Maybe you planned a holiday vacation or maybe you’re just passing through. Whatever the occasion, you’re going to need turkey and I’m here to help.

There’s a lot of variety on this list — from an AAA five-diamond restaurant to a sports bar and everything in between. One of my favorite things about dining in Vegas is you can get a complete Thanksgiving meal for $16 and across the casino floor have an entirely different experience with a $160 meal. Whatever your budget, whatever your taste and wherever you are, you can definitely find the right hot dinner on Nov. 24.

From traditional to original, here are my picks for the Top 10 Thanksgiving dinners in Vegas.

* Please note tax and gratuity are not included in meal prices unless otherwise noted.

Le Cirque in the Bellagio

Menu: A five-course meal that includes selections like foie gras or risotto with truffles, wild venison, Kobe beef tenderloin and pumpkin crêpes. A truly exceptional holiday meal that will be remembered for years to come.
Available: Thanksgiving Day dinner.
Price: $145 per person. Wine pairing is available for $65 or $95.

Waterfall Atrium at the Palazzo

Menu: The family-style menu includes Roquefort apple with ginger salad, sweet potato soufflés, sea bass with shitake mushrooms and corn and roasted turkey with sausage sage dressing. There are more than 20 items served. A selection of wines, such as I’M chardonnay by Isabel Mondavi, are also available.
Event highlights: The Palazzo is planning the ultimate holiday feast where guests will dine side by side in the waterfall atrium amidst festive décor. Two 30-foot benches, grand-scale cornucopia and violinists all add to the holiday meal.
Available: Thanksgiving Day, starting at 4 p.m.
Price: $100 per person, children 12 and under $50. Tax and gratuity included.

Joe’s Stone Crab in the Forum Shops at Caesars

Menu: The three-course menu includes your choice of stone crab bisque or salad, turkey and fixings and pumpkin chiffon pie.
Available: Thanksgiving Day dinner.
Price: $34.95 per person.

Chef Brian Howard's foie gras stuffing at Comme Ca.

Chef Brian Howard's foie gras stuffing at Comme Ça.

Comme Ça at the Cosmopolitan

Menu: Served family style, this prix-fixe meal includes Chef Brian Howard’s twist on Thanksgiving dishes including a Waldorf salad with Champagne grape gelee and lemon thyme emulsion.
Available: Thanksgiving Day, dinner.
Price: $49 per person.

Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas

Menu to-go: Herb roast turkey, garlic and sage stuffing, sweet potato gratin and Jack Daniels gravy are just some of the menu items available for pick up Thanksgiving Day.
Event highlights: Maybe you don’t want to cook, or you want to celebrate Thanksgiving in the comfort of your hotel room. Whatever the occasion, Mon Ami Gabi’s turkey to-go is one of my favorite ideas of the holiday. Not only because it’s a no-clean-up dinner, but because the food is delicious.
Details: Advance order your turkey to-go. Orders are preferred one week in advance. To place your order, call (702) 944-4224.
Available: Your order is available Thanksgiving Day beginning at 10 a.m. from Mon Ami Gabi in Paris Las Vegas or El Segundo Sol in the Fashion Show Mall.
Price: $29 per person.

Society Café Encore

Menu: This three-course meal includes Chef Kim Canteenwalla’s take on turkey, complete with sausage herb stuffing. Other Thanksgiving meal items include Kabocha squash soup and cranberry compote. For dessert, try the pumpkin tart with spiced whipped cream.
Available: Thanksgiving Day, noon – 10 p.m.
Price: $41 per person.

Simon Restaurant & Lounge at Palms Place

Menu: Celebrity Chef Kerry Simon serves a three-course Thanksgiving feast with plenty of options. Choose an appetizer like endive salad with Fuji apple and candied walnuts or roasted pumpkin soup. The main course and dessert course are served family-style. Main course dishes include turkey leg confit, turkey breast, corn bread stuffing and roasted sweet mashed potatoes. For dessert, pumpkin pie, apple spice cake and maple pecan tart are the perfect way to end the meal.

Simon at Palms Place

Simon at Palms Place

Available: Thanksgiving Day, Noon – 7 p.m.
Price: $55 per person.

The Flame Steakhouse at El Cortez

Menu: This three-course meal offers guests savory items like traditional turkey, sides and pumpkin cheesecake  at an affordable price.
Available: Thanksgiving Day, 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Price: $16.95 per person.

The Buffet at Bellagio

Menu: This gourmet buffet selection includes roast turkey, garlic-rubbed Kobe beef and lots of snow crab legs.
Event highlights: The line may be long, but with good reason. This buffet is one of the most popular buffets in town to celebrate holidays.
Available: Nov. 25 – Nov. 27, 3 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Price: $44.95 per person.

The Sporting House at New York-New York

Menu: Traditional eats are served for the Sporting House three-course meal including salad, turkey, mashed potatoes, candied yams and pumpkin pie for dessert.
Event highlights: Watch the game on one of the many flat-screen televisions while munching on turkey and keeping your budget. Need I say more?
Available: Thanksgiving Day.
Price: $19.95 per person.

Honorable mention:

Grand Lux Cafe at Palazzo Las Vegas

Menu: The best part about this meal is you get an individual plate, filled with turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing and more. For an extra charge, you can also get a slice of light and fluffy pumpkin cheesecake or a bowl of Grand Lux’s famous corn chowder, served only for certain holidays.
Available: Thanksgiving Day, 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Price: $22.95 (for holiday turkey dinner only.)

Strip House at Planet Hollywood

Menu: Roast turkey, balsamic cranberry sauce, butternut squash pumpkin pie and more are on this menu.
Available: Thanksgiving Day.
Price: $38 per person, $23 for children.

The Feast Buffet at Red Rock Resort

Menu: In addition to the regular buffet items, this buffet will have turkey, prime rib, ham, sage stuffing, mushroom casserole, pumpkin ravioli and a few other festive holiday morsels.
Available: Thanksgiving Day dinner.
Price: $23.99 per person.

Hank’s Fine Steaks at Green Valley Ranch

Menu: Hank’s features a savory menu filled with treats like roasted sugar pumpkin soup, roasted turkey and endive and goat cheese salad with pomegranate seeds.
Available: Thanksgiving Day, 4 p.m. – close.
Price: dishes are served à la carte and are $8 – $35.

Jean Georges Steakhouse at Aria Las Vegas

Menu: Chef Robert Moore features a creative twist on Thanksgiving Day turkey. Moore serves turkey with crispy sweet breads, grilled figs and mozzarella and roasted squash soup to create a modern holiday feast.
Available: Thanksgiving Day dinner.
Price: Dishes are served à la carte, prices vary.


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