Thanksgiving is a special time in America, and that spirit is heavily represented here in a city that isn't usually known for giving and thankfulness. With hundreds of thousands of people descending on the Valley over the long holiday weekend the innumerable restaurants across the city are digging deep into their cookbooks and recipe files to prep some amazing Thanksgiving meals. This roundup of places to sit down with the family or to go it solo will help you decide where to spend your holiday.
Every year, thousands of people come to Las Vegas for the long Thanksgiving Weekend. Some come to visit family. Some to get away for a long weekend. Regardless, every American seems biologically determined to hunger for the classic Thanksgiving meal. While many Las Vegans will take to their own kitchens, some of you have discovered that numerous restaurants, both on and off the Strip, create amazing Thanksgiving Dinners every year so that you can spend more time with the family.
This guide to restaurants at some of the Strip and Downtown Casinos and Resorts will help you to venture out like a tourist or visit and old favorite to try something new. Read More.
Want to avoid the hustle and bustle and general insanity of the Las Vegas Strip during this busy holiday weekend? I cannot say I blame you, but I would encourage you to venture out after dinner to take in a Las Vegas show. To help you I've come up with a list of some of the restaurants around town that are not in the mega resorts, but that re featuring amazing Thanksgiving Day fare. Check Out the List Here.
Las Vegas is famous for the numerous restaurants owned and operated by famous chefs. From Bobby Flay to Emeril, to Wolfgang Puck and Mario Batali, Las Vegas is a veritable smorgasbord of Food Network stars. To help you make an educated choice I've selected my Top Ten Celebrity Chef Owned Restaurants in Las Vegas. These culinary adventures will expand your mind and your palate and will I hope make locals remember that there are numerous amazing places to dine right in our back yard. Most of these fine dining establishments have special Thanksgiving Day fare so call ahead for info and reservations. Read More.
Here is my list of some of the better buffets to venture out to over Thanksgiving Weekend. Most of these buffets will be offering special Thanksgiving meal fare. I have included the websiteÂ so that you may cater your holiday meal to your liking. Reservations are recommended where appropriate.
Maybe turkey and all the fixings aren't your thing. (What? How dare you? Kidding.) If not, then there are numerous other restaurants across town that will be glad to seat you for this most American of meals. From Lindo Michoacan, my favorite Mexican restaurant in Vegas to the ever popular In N Out Burger, there are plenty of dining options for those unwilling to deal with a tryptophan coma. Read More.
Las Vegas remains one of the best cities in the United States to spend Thanksgiving weekend. Many come to visit family, some take advantage of the extra days off and bring the entire family for a quick fall vacation and us Las Vegans celebrate with family, at home or out at Las Vegas restaurants. Vote for Your Favorites.
Thanksgiving is one of the busiest weekends of the year for Las Vegas. While it brings family, fun and stress it also brings numerous amazing activities to a town where great things re common. Here is my list of fun and interesting things to do in Las Vegas over the holiday weekend. Enjoy and drop me a note letting me know what you are doing.