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.
Whether you want to dine in or take a great meal home to the family, these guides will provide you all the information you need to make this Thanksgiving the tastiest yet.
Thanksgiving Dinner at Las Vegas Resort Restaurants
Feel a bit like a tourist at these resort restaurants offering Thanksgiving Day meals.
This Italian eatery, co-owned by Robert DeNiro, brings organic turkey to the plate alongside Thanksgiving inspired fare like butternut squash tortelloni and pumpkin polenta. Sounds perfect for those who want a change from the standard turkey day fare. From: $39.95. Call: (702) 693-4440 for more information.
A fancy French bistro may not seem your standard place to enjoy a Thanksgiving Meal, but at Andre's you'll get to see a master chef redefine Thanksgiving. Foie gras, seared scallops and grilled salmon are a lot closer to the original Thanksgiving Dinner that many of our current staples. From: $65. Call: (702) 385-5016 for more information.
Looking for a more traditional Thanksgiving Dinner? Then hop on over to Caesar's Palace and get a table at BOA. Enjoy turkey and all the fixins served with a perfectly paired bottle of wine. From: $65. Call: (702) 733-7373 for more information.
If cheap and tasty are your things, then head Downtown to the El Cortez and grab a seat at the Cafe. This traditional fare will remind you of Turkey Day at home, without the dirty dishes and naps on the couch. From: $11.95. Call: (702) 474-3660 for more information.
Love great food, but not the stuffy atmosphere of some starched white shirt restaurants? Well then head to First Food Bar for a four course meal mixing old and new Thanksgiving faves. From: $39. Call: (702) 607-3478 for more information.
Grab your suit jacket (required) and the Amex Black card because this meal will cost you and spoil you for all other food forever more. A four course extravaganza featuring lobster and wild boar will make you forget all about the fowl that Ben Franklin wanted to make our national bird. From: $155. Call: (702) 693-7223 for more information.
Good food, hard rock and reasonable prices combine into one tastastic experience at this longtime fave. The only difficult decision will be choosing between the roasted turkey and prime rib. From: $15.99. Call: (702) 693-5000 for more information.
We all know that football and Thanksgiving have become synonymous. For those unwilling to miss the big games, but still hankering for a great Thanksgiving meal, Munchbar is the place to head. From: $50 per couple. Call: (888) 686-8624 for more information.
Wolfgang Puck knows a few things about food, including how to make a great three and four course Thanksgiving dinner. Postrio brings a culinary edge to traditional classics. Even better, this gourmet restaurant comes in a lot cheaper than some of its All Star Chef run cousins. From: $39. Call: (702) 796-1110 for more information.
Speaking of Mr. Puck, his flagship restaurant at the Forum Shops has a well earned reputations as one of the best places in Las Vegas to people watch. The food is pretty tasty as well. While a bit pricier that the Thanksgiving Dinner at Postrio, the food at Spago rightfully earned Wolfgang his fame. From: $60. Call: (702) 369-6300.
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