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2015 Thanksgiving meals, specials around Vegas

Posted at 12:58 PM, Nov 25, 2015

Thanksgiving is Nov. 26 and there are plenty of options for those who don't want to cook a meal at home.

Alize at Palms hotel-casino
Executive Chef Mark Purdy and team offering guests a 5-course menu with a traditional Thanksgiving meal but with a twist on certain dishes. $95 a person. Reservations between 5-9 p.m.

SLS hotel-casino
Bazaar Meat by José Andrés
Prix-fixe menu: $85 per person, $75 per person for locals. Reservations are available from 5 to 9 p.m. The meal features Josper Roasted Turbot or Mary’s Farm Turkey served alongside sides including green bean casserole, Delmonico potatoes, butifarra and cornbread stuffing, spiced cranberries and more. For dessert, there will be pumpkin tart and pecan pie. The regular menu is also available.
Prix-fixe menu: $49 per person, $39 per person for locals. Reservations are available from 6 to 10:30 p.m. “Cleopatra’s Feast,” a contemporary Thanksgiving meal with Mediterranean influences, served family style. Menu items include roasted spice-rubbed turkey, Cleo’s signature dips served with laffa, chopped or fall fattoush salad, marinated Moroccan olives, and chef’s assorted holiday desserts. The regular menu is also available.
Northside Café
Three-course menu, $24.95 per person, or a la carte specials. Thanksgiving menu available from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Northside Café offers guests a classic Thanksgiving menu featuring delicious home-style cooking and generous portions. The first course includes a choice of corn chowder or mixed greens salad. For the main course, guests can feast on a roasted turkey alongside wild-mushroom stuffing, sautéed green beans, cranberry and cherry relish, mashed potatoes and giblet gravy. For dessert, there will be traditional pumpkin or apple pie. The regular menus are also available.
Umami Burger, Beer Garden & Sports Book
Thanksgiving hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Guests looking for a less traditional meal while watching the day’s big games can enjoy specials including 50-cent wings, $2 Bud Light, $5 Blue Moon Harvest Pumpkin Ale and free gifts and bets.

Jerry's Nugget Casino
Thanksgiving Feast at Jerry’s Famous Coffee Shop
Jerry’s Famous Coffee Shop offers three Thanksgiving meals that will be available to order from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Roast Tom Turkey – served with savory apple stuffing with choice of rice, potato or yams ($14.89); Virginia Baked Ham – bone-in baked ham basted with brown sugar and honey, topped with cherry sauce and served with choice or rice, potato or yams ($13.89); Roast Leg of Lamb – slow roasted leg of lamb served with choice of rice, potato, or Greek spaghetti ($17.89). All meals include choice of dinner salad or creamy rice soup and a slice of apple or pumpkin pie for dessert.
Pie Trio for $30 at Uncle Angelo’s Bakery
Order the Pie Trio and get an apple, pumpkin or cherry pie all for $30. Patrons are welcomed to mix and match between the 3 flavors. Pies can be purchased at Uncle Angelo’s Bakery, Jerry’s Famous Coffee Shop or Uncle Angelo’s Pizza Joint through Dec. 25.

The Orleans hotel-casino
Courtyard Café
There will be a three-course Thanksgiving meal with choice of entrée for $13.99. Start with a soup or salad, then select traditional roast turkey, holiday-baked ham or stuffed salmon for the main course. Finish the meal with a slice of pumpkin pie.
French Market Buffet
There will be a special holiday menu featuring roast turkey, prime rib, bone-in ham, roast leg of lamb and more for Thanksgiving. Get it for $14.99 with a B Connected Card ($17.99 without a card).
Prime Rib Loft

A three-course prix fixe menu for Thanksgiving. Start the meal with a tomato caprese bruschetta, then select either a house salad or the smoked sausage and butternut squash wild rice soup. For entrees, choose from a traditional turkey dinner for $26 or the “Land, Sea and Air” mixed grill platter, which includes a petit filet, shrimp scampi and a chicken skewer, for $33. Finish the meal with pumpkin pie. The regular menu will also be served.
Gold Coast hotel-casino
Cortez Room
A three-course prix fixe menu for Thanksgiving. Starters include a choice of butternut squash or holiday salad. Entrée selections include traditional turkey dinner for $35 or a pan-seared lamb chop accompanied by Swiss chard, creamy polenta and a demi-glaze for $45; and choice of dessert: pumpkin pie or brown sugar-glazed pumpkin crème brulee.
Ports’ O Call Buffet
The buffet will serve Thanksgiving dinner items and more for $15.99 with a B Connected Card.
California hotel-casino
Market Street Café
Get a traditional roast turkey dinner served with all the trimmings for $12.99, or choose center-cut bone-in ham steak with fruit sauce, served with a soup and a choice of side starch for $11.99.        
California Noodle House
A prix fixe menu for Thanksgiving for $20. It includes a Farmers’ Salad starter, rustic garlic chicken with thyme as an entrée and an apple strudel for dessert. The regular menu will also be served.
Main Street Station hotel-casino
Garden Court Buffet
Traditional Thanksgiving items and more for $15.99 with a B Connected Card.
Triple 7 Restaurant and Brewery
Select a “Traditional Tom” turkey or a Virginia-baked ham entrée, both paired with candied yams, stuffing, mashed potatoes and green beans, followed by your choice of pie for dessert. Get it for $14.99.
Fremont hotel-casino
Second Street Grill
Two prix fixe three-course menu options on Thanksgiving. Both options come with a choice of soup or salad to start, and a special chef-selected dessert. Entrée selections include herb-roasted turkey and stuffing, accompanied by garlic roasted mashed potatoes, yams, green beans and more for $27; or herb-crusted prime rib paired with garlic pesto mashed potatoes and asparagus for $29. The regular menu will also be served.
The Paradise Buffet
All traditional Thanksgiving dinner items and more for $15.99 with a B Connected Card.
Jokers Wild Casino - Court Cafe
The Court Café will serve turkey dinner on Thanksgiving, accompanied by bread stuffing, vegetables, mashed potatoes with gravy and candied yams. The meal includes a soup or salad, and a slice of pumpkin pie for dessert. Get it for $8.99.
Eldorado Casino - Mary's Diner
Mary’s Diner will serve turkey dinner for $8.99 on Thanksgiving. The meal includes bread stuffing, vegetables, mashed potatoes with gravy and candied yams, as well as soup or salad before and a piece of pumpkin pie for dessert.

Hard Rock hotel-casino
Pink Taco
Available from Monday, Nov. 23 to Sunday, Nov. 29. Main Dishes: Turkey Tasting ($15) – a taco, enchilada and tamale served with a roasted beet and arugula salad tossed in cumin vinaigrette; Madre Rosas’ Meatloaf ($14) – beef and pork with guajillo chile and tomatillo, smothered with fried egg and relleno sauce. Chayote mashed potatoes, grilled vegetables and a crispy potato hay are served on the side.
35 Steaks + Martinis
Available from Thursday, Nov. 26 to Sunday, Nov. 29. Appetizers: Kabocha Soup ($11) – a mix of crème fraîche, Nantucket bay scallops and fines herbes; Smoked Salmon Parfait ($12.50) – made with blinis, egg mousseline, pickled shallots, capers, ikura and crème fraîche. Main Dishes (all dishes are served with a complimentary salad and pumpkin cheesecake): Sautéed Magret of Duck ($42) – cannellini cassoulet, duck leg confit, brussel leaves and foie gras-port jus; Braised Lamb Shank ($39) – golden raisins, lemon confit, tamarind, tabbouleh and cardamom-fenugreek;  Roasted Turkey Ballontine with Traditional Garnishes ($40) – stuffed turkey breast, nut and dried fruits, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato mousseline, cranberry sauce and classic giblet gravy.
Mr. Lucky’s Café
Available on Thursday, Nov. 26. Buffet ($20.99) includes carving station: whole turkey, honey glazed ham and prime rib roast; assorted vegetables and sides: sweet potato soufflé, cornbread stuffing, green bean almandine, mashed potatoes and gravy; salad options: broccoli salad, three bean salad and Waldorf salad; and full dessert bar.

Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken Summerlin
The restaurant is offering the Chicken Gobbler for the month of November for $8.50. It's a crispy chicken sandwich layered with stuffing, mashed potatoes, housemade gravy and cranberry sauce.

Rodizio Thanksgiving at Via Brasil Steakhouse
A Rodizio Thanksgiving is an all-you-can-eat feast prepared by Chef Jimmy Garibay. Whole 24-pound turkeys will be carved tableside, and patrons will be able to choose from whatever parts they want. The restaurant’s gourmet appetizer bar will serve a buffet of 35 different Thanksgiving dishes. Via Brasil will also serve four side dishes per table, including corn, stuffing and more. The restaurant’s usual rodizio meats, including Picanha (top sirloin), Porterhouse, New York steak, Lamb Chops and Filet Mignon will also be available all-you-can-eat. Guests can try the restaurant’s special pumpkin cheesecake for dessert at an additional cost. Via Brasil’s all-you-can-eat Thanksgiving lunch, $39.99, will be served from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and will include turkey and 15 other meats carved tableside, an appetizer bar and four side dishes. The all-you-can-eat Thanksgiving dinner, $49.99, will be served from 3 to 9 p.m. and will include turkey and 21 other meats, an appetizer bar and four side dishes. During dinner and lunch, children four and under eat free, children five and six years old are $4.99 and kids seven to 12 are $24.99. For reservations, please call the restaurant at 702-804-1400.

Thanksgiving Dinner at PBR Rock Bar
The restaurant will offer house-smoked turkey breast with mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, stuffing, cranberry relish and a cornbread muffin for $19.99. Guests can order fall dessert favorites including pumpkin pie with whipped cream and apple pie a la mode for an additional cost. Reservations are encouraged. To make a reservation for Thanksgiving, please call 702-750-1685.

Tacos & Tequila at Luxor hotel-casino
The restaurant will offer a Turkey Chimichanga in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday from Monday, Nov. 23, through Sunday, Nov. 29. The Turkey Chimichanga is filled with house-made turkey picadillo complemented by a fresh brioche stuffing. The dish is topped with a chipotle aioli and served with a side of Mexican rice and homemade cranberry sauce, and is priced at $15.

Cabo Wabo Cantina
Cabo Wabo Cantina will be offering a turkey tamale, available now through Monday, Nov. 30. The turkey tamale is made with slow-roasted turkey wrapped in a banana leaf, topped with a homemade mole sauce and finished with a cranberry salsa, priced at $19.95.

Hash House A Go Go
The restaurants will feature specials ranging in price from $4.99 to $16.99 in addition to their oversized portions of popular menu items. Thanksgiving specials include: Butternut Squash soup ($4.99), HH Wedge Salad with hardwood smoked bacon and blue cheese ($7.99), Roasted Turkey Breast with homemade mashed potatoes, rosemary gravy, old school dressing, carrots, baby green beans, grilled corn on the cob and cranberry sauce ($16.99), Big O’ Turkey Pot Pie with a cracker crust filled with roasted turkey, shaved sweet corn, mushrooms, broccoli, carrots, red potatoes and pan gravy ($16.99) and Homemade Pumpkin Bread Pudding with vanilla ice cream ($6.99). A limited amount of reservations will be taken and walk-ins will be accepted. Brunch will be served until 5 p.m. with the Thanksgiving Specials served starting at 10 a.m.

Table 10 at The Palazzo hotel-casino
Open 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Reservations: (702) 607-6363. Appetizer: Roasted butternut squash soup with toasted pecans and sage ($10). Salad: Poached bosc pear salad frisee and endive with red wine vinaigrette, toasted walnuts and blue cheese ($14). Traditional Turkey Dinner: Roast butter basted organic turkey dinner with wild mushroom dressing, green beans and herb gravy and fresh cranberry sauce ($42). Dessert: Pumpkin cheesecake with pecan crust and caramel sauce ($11).

Artisanal Foods
Let Chef Johnny Church do the cooking for you with a Thanksgiving meal featuring a Mary’s Organic turkey to take home. Reserve your meal before 10 a.m. on Nov. 25 by emailing johnny@artisanalfoods.com. $195 and serves eight people. Appetizer: Roasted chestnut and kabocha squash bisque with honeycrisp apples, sage and brown butter. Salad: Escarole, goat cheese, red wine onions, pomegranate vinaigrette and cornbread croutons. Traditional Turkey Dinner: Mary’s organic turkey served with farro cavatelli pasta, cream spinach, sweet potatoes with almonds, potato puree, truffle bread stuffing, cara cara orange-cranberry sauce and natural giblet gravy. Dessert: Pumpkin pie with chantilly cream.

Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House at MGM Grand hotel-casino
Open: 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Reservations: (702) 891-7374. Tasting menu $70 per person with $50 wine pairing option. First Course: Pan seared sea scallops with roasted butternut squash soup. special pecans and pear, riesling gastrique. Second Course: Louisiana baked oysters with hickory smoked bacon, gulf-shrimp and oyster mushroom ragout with smoked fontina cheese and absinthe spiked hollandaise. Third Course: Pancetta wrapped turkey roulade with parsnip and apple stuffing, sweet potato puree and port wine cranberry reduction. Fourth Course: Belgium beef short ribs carbonnade with celery root puree, roasted heirloom carrots and cipollini onions with creole mustard demi glace. Dessert: Caramel apple tatin with praline ice cream and sea salt caramel sauce.

There is also The Turkey Plate option for $45. Slow roasted white and dark free range turkey with haricot vert almondine, mushroom pan stuffing, bourbon glazed sweet potatoes, country smashed potatoes, tasso ham gravy and port wine cranberry sauce.

Nacho Daddy
Head to any location of Nacho Daddy on Thanksgiving for Thanksgiving Nachos featuring corn chips topped with turkey, stuffing and gravy, complete with a dollop of cranberry sauce on top. Available through Friday.

d.vino at Monte Carlo hotel-casino
Open 4-10:30 p.m. Reservations: (702) 730-7966. First course: Roasted butternut squash soup, cranberry-cardamom cream. Second course: Butcher block carved roasted turkey breast and sliced dark meat, Idaho mashed potatoes, pancetta-herb stuffing, baked green beans and wild mushrooms, natural turkey gravy, orange-cranberry chutney. Third course: Thanksgiving pie duo, pecan pie and pumpkin pie duo, cinnamon whipped cream, bourbon ice cream. $29 per guest; $12 for kids under 12 years old; free for kids under three years of age.

Delmonico Steakhouse at The Venetian hotel-casino
Open: 3-9 p.m. Reservations: (702) 414-3737. Appetizer: Butternut squash bisque with fall special creme fraiche and spiced pecans for $12. Salad: Lola rosa with white wine poached pears, champagne vinaigrette, gorgonzola cheese and toasted walnuts for $16. Traditional Turkey Dinner: Roasted Breast, Braised Leg and thigh, cornbread stuffing, stewed green beans, herb gravy and homemade cranberry sauce for $42. Dessert Pumpkin Trio: Pumpkin cheesecake, bread pudding and ice cream with spiced cake for $12. Sides: Pecan glazed sweets for $9.

Sprinkles at LINQ hotel-casino
From Nov. 20-29, the Sprinkles Orange Cranberry Cupcakes are the perfect Thanksgiving dessert. Orange cake is blended with ripe, juicy cranberries and topped with a white chocolate cream cheese frosting for $3.75. The EAT box with Orange Cranberry, Pumpkin, Red Velvet and Dark Chocolate cupcakes adorned with Sprinkles turkey and maple leaf sugar decorations. $42

Morels French Steakhouse and Bistro at The Palazzo hotel-casino
Open: 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m. Reservations: (702) 607-6333. Hot mulled cider. Appetizer: Romaine heart salad and roasted butternut squash soup with rosemary and parmesan flan, glazed chestnut. Entree: Oven roasted free range turkey with brioche stuffing, glazed autumn root vegetables, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, giblet gravy and housemade cranberry compote. Dessert: Tableside trio of pies: apple, pumpkin and pecan with freshly whipped cream. $72 per person plus tax and service charge; $29 for kids 12 and under. Make reservations by Nov. 19 and receive a glass of prosecco or sparkling apple cider.

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