Friendsgiving and Thanksgiving Specials in Las Vegas | 2018

Friendsgiving and Thanksgiving Specials in Las Vegas | 2018
Posted at 5:00 PM, Nov 13, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-21 17:55:45-05

The following is a roundup of special deals and meals for Friendsgiving and Thanksgiving in Las Vegas:


Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca is offering 50 percent off signature pastas on Friendsgiving. 

Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar is suggesting their $19 prime rib special for Friendsgiving. 

Borracha Mexican Cantina is celebrating Friendsgiving from 4 to 10 p.m. with bottomless Don Julio margaritas and shots for $20 or premium Reposado for $28. 

PKWY Tavern is hosting a Friendsgiving Patio Party at every location beginning at 9 p.m. Nov. 21. Enjoy drink specials, photo booths, frozen turkey bowling and more. 



BEER Park will be offering a special open-faced Thanksgiving sandwich made with oven-roasted turkey pastrami topped with chestnut stuffing, covered in cranberry Dijon-mayonnaise sauce and creamy giblet gravy, served on a fresh cranberry challah bread and priced at $10.95. 

Black Tap Craft Burgers and Beer will be offering The Pumpkin Pie Shake Nov. 19-21 for $17. The shakes features a vanilla frosted rim with mini marshmallows topped with a slice of pumpkin pie, turkey marzipan lollipop, whipped cream & a cherry ton top. 

Blue Ribbon Fried Chicken has brought back the Chicken Gobbler for Thanksgiving. The mouthwatering sandwich is made with their signature matzo-coated fried chicken, stuffing, homestyle gravy and sweet-but-tangy cranberry sauce. 

PKWY Tavern is offering a Thanksgiving turkey pot pie from Nov. 12 to Nov. 22. The pot pie is made with succulent turkey and garden vegetables inside a light and flaky pastry for $17.95. 

PT’s Taverns will be serving turkey sandwiches at all 60 of its Las Vegas locations in November. PT’s Thanksgiving sandwich will be served on a hoagie roll and made with roasted turkey, traditional stuffing, and roasted sweet potatoes, topped with cranberry mayonnaise and priced at $8. 

SkinnyFATS has put a special twist on eggs benedict for November. Their November Eggs Benedict features sugared cranberries, poached eggs, roasted turkey breast, fried green beans, cornbread stuffing waffles, cranberry sauce and sage and rosemary hollandaise. One lucky guest will also get to name the dish. Now available for $13.95. 

The Sports Deli at Sam’s Town is serving up their Holiday on a Roll special for $7.99, featuring roast turkey and stuffing and cranberry sauce on the diner’s choice of bread. The meal also includes the choice of fries or chips. 


All-American Bar & Grille is serving up an All-American traditional Thanksgiving east. For $29 per person, guests can experience a house salad, glass of house wine or domestic beer, all the fixings of roasted turkey, roasted vegetables, stuffing, giblet gravy, boursin mashed potatoes, baby vegetables, cranberry relish and dinner rolls. Dinner would not be complete without a slice of pumpkin or apple pie. 

Bailiwick All American Pub + Eatery is offering a scrumptious three-course Thanksgiving special from 12 p.m. – 11 p.m. for $24. The special will begin with a mixed greens salad served with sliced pears, bleu cheese crumbles and candied walnuts tossed in white balsamic dressing. The main entrée features turkey rolls stuffed with sun-dried cranberry dressing, served with mashed sweet potatoes and sautéed haricot verts. A cranberry and caramel mini delight will be served for dessert. 

Bistro 57’s Thanksgiving Day special features a traditional turkey dinner with cranberry dressing, sweet potatoes, green beans and a slice of pecan pie. The special will be served from 2 p.m. to close for $25. 

Burger Brasserie’s Thanksgiving offerings include a roasted root vegetable salad for $12, roasted turkey for $18, pumpkin cheesecake for $8 and traditional apple pie for $8. 

Burgers & Brews. Gather with family and friends at Burgers & Brews for a mouthwatering Thanksgiving feast featuring traditional favorites including roasted tom turkey with herb stuffing, creamy mashed potatoes, green beans almandine, turkey gravy and cranberry sauce, as well as a savory pumpkin pie with spiced whipped cream for dessert. The Thanksgiving menu is available Nov. 22 from noon—10 p.m. for $20.99 per person. 

Copper Whisk Cafe. For $24, diners can savor a mouthwatering traditional roast turkey dinner, holiday baked ham or stuffed salmon. Start the holiday dinner with a choice of soup or salad, followed by the choice of a roast turkey served with giblet gravy, sage and dried fruit dressing, candied yams, green beans almandine and house-made cranberry sauce; baked ham with rum raisin sauce, sage and dried fruit dressing, candied yams and green beans almandine; or fresh Atlantic salmon stuffed with crab and shrimp mousse, laced with saffron vanilla sauce, served with roasted fingerling potatoes and green beans. Pumpkin pie will be served for dessert. 

Court Café will offer a special Thanksgiving Day turkey dinner for $9.99 from 11 a.m. to close. The dining special includes the choice of soup or salad, as well as savory stuffing, root vegetables, buttery mashed potatoes and gravy, candied yams and a slice of holiday pie. 

Du-par’s will offer a yummy Thanksgiving dinner special for $17.99 that includes the choice of a holiday roast turkey or oven-baked ham. Dinner will be served with soup or house salad, bread stuffing, mashed potatoes with turkey gravy, candied yams, cranberry sauce, vegetables and a slice of Du-Par’s famous pumpkin or apple pie. 

FARM will serve three-course lunches and dinners for $18 between 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving specials start off with a house salad. The main course includes oven-roasted turkey breast, mashed potatoes and gravy, sugar-glazed roasted carrots, cranberry apple stuffing and orange-spiced cranberry sauce served with a dinner roll and a slice of pumpkin pie for dessert. 

Farm Basket, a Las Vegas favorite for over 40 years, is offering Mario’s homemade gravy by the quart and orange rolls for purchase, both priced at $6.99 each for the holiday. Take-n-bake orange rolls may also be purchased. Offerings will be available in-store on Monday, Nov. 19 through Wednesday, Nov. 21 before Thanksgiving. 

Freedom Beat is offering a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for $20. Meal includes sage and herb-marinated sliced turkey, traditional dressing, roasted sweet potatoes, sautéed green beans, whipped garlic mashed potatoes, plenty of gravy, cranberry sauce and cast-iron pumpkin pie. Also includes choice of draft beer or house wine. 

Hash House A Go Go at the Rio is getting into the Thanksgiving spirit with a turkey benedict made with carved turkey breast, griddled mashed potatoes, stuffing turkey gravy and scrambled eggs for $18.99. For those with a sweet tooth, try the pumpkin pie pancake sprinkled with pie crust and topped with whipped cream for $11.99. 

Hash House A Go Go at The LINQ and The Plaza are offering pumpkin cinnamon roll flapjacks, $9.99; a traditional roasted turkey breast dinner, $17.99; a turkey pot pie with roasted turkey, shaved sweet corn, mushrooms, broccoli, carrots, red potatoes and pan gravy, $15.99; smothered Thanksgiving stuffed turkey burger with mashed potatoes or French fries, $12.99; homemade pumpkin bread pudding, $8.99; and the Huckleberry Sin cocktail, $9.99. Reservations will be accepted and walk-ins will be accommodated on a first come, first served basis. Breakfast and brunch will be served and the Thanksgiving specials will be available starting at 10 a.m. The regular dinner menu will also be available after 5 p.m. 

Jerry’s Famous Coffee Shop is offering a turkey dinner for $15.89. Dinner includes turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, yams, choice of Waldorf salad or poblano corn chowder and choice of dessert. Served 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

Market Street Café will offer a Thanksgiving Day special for $12.99. The special offers the choice of a traditional roast turkey with all the trimmings or a baked ham dinner drizzled with fruit sauce and all the trimmings as well. Guests can end their dinner with a slice of pumpkin pie. 

Mary’s Diner is offering a Thanksgiving meal that includes the choice of soup or salad, savory stuffing, root vegetables, mashed potatoes and gravy, candied yams and a slice of holiday pie. The special will be available from 11 a.m. to close for $9.99. 

Promenade Cafe will serve a three-course Thanksgiving dinner between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m. for $16.99. Choice of butternut squash bisque or Autumn salad, traditional roasted turkey, green been casserole, mashed potatoes, herb stuffing and turkey gravy or honey-glazed ham with marshmallow sweet potatoes, butternut squash, apple compote and pork demi-glace, and pecan pie or pumpkin pie. 

Northside Café. Start with a choice of roasted butternut squash soup with crème fraîche and fine herbs or an Endive and Pear Salad featuring petite greens, bleu cheese, cranberries, spiced walnuts and maple vinaigrette. Then, choose one of three delectable entrées: Classic Roasted Turkey with sausage and mushroom stuffing, haricot verts, roasted baby carrots, mashed potatoes, cranberry orange relish and turkey gravy; Pan Seared Pacific Salmon served with asparagus, roasted tomatoes and lemon-caper sauce; or a 10-ounce Herb Crusted Prime Rib with a popover, watercress, creamy horseradish and au jus. For dessert, enjoy a pumpkin pie with whipped cream or a pecan tart with vanilla bean ice cream. $25.95 per person. Northside Café will remain open 24 hours on Thursday, Nov. 22. 
PBR Rock Bar & Grille is offering Thanksgiving dinner for $24.95. The dinner includes smoked turkey breast, garlic mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, savory pumpkin pie and more.

Siegel’s 1941 is offering a traditional Thanksgiving menu. Guests can start with a tossed green salad orroasted butternut squash soup followed by a choice of freshly roasted tom turkey served with giblet gravy, sage dressing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and green beans amandine or Smithfield Ham served with brandy-pineapple sauce, sweet potatoes and green beans amandine. Dessert includes freshly baked pumpkin, pecan or apple pie. The cost is $19.95 with players card, $24.95 without a players card. 

Snaps’ Thanksgiving Day special features a three-course turkey and ham dinner for $12.99 from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. The special comes with the choice of fresh harvest pumpkin bisque soup or a house salad with the diner’s choice of dressing for starters. The main entrée includes sliced, slow-roasted turkey and honey-baked holiday ham served with green beans and almonds, mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, candied yams and turkey gravy. Diners can finish off their meal with their choice of pumpkin or apple pie served with whipped cream. 

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill’s three-course dinner ($25/person) includes butternut squash bisque made with bourbon whipped crème fraiche and Applewood bacon bits and Toby’s spiced-rubbed slow roasted turkey dinner with spice-rubbed, white meat turkey, mashed potatoes, cornbread dressing, braised collard greens, mini roasted sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and herb-infused turkey gravy. End the meal with a holiday favorite – pumpkin pie! 

Triple 7 will offer a Thanksgiving Day special for $14.99 from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. The special offers the choice of a traditional roast turkey with all the trimmings or a baked ham dinner drizzled with fruit sauce, including all the trimmings as well. Guests can end their dinner with a slice of pumpkin pie. 

Victory’s Cafe will offer a choice of a traditional roast turkey or baked ham dinner for $12.99 from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. The special will begin with a dinner salad. The chosen main entrée will be served with giblet gravy, sage dressing, buttery mashed potatoes, glazed yams, chef’s vegetable medley, cranberry sauce and dinner rolls. For dessert, Victory’s Café will serve pumpkin, apple or cherry pie. 

Virgil’s Real BBQ is offering a plated Thanksgiving meal for $34.95. The dinner will feature turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, homemade cranberry sauce, Brussels sprouts and more. 


Bacchanal Buffet will offer espresso and sea salt crusted prime rib, herb roasted turkey, citrus chipotle sweet potato mash, elote bites with carnitas and poblano cilantro cream, steamed clams in spicy chorizo broth, butternut squash ravioli in sage brown butter, chestnut soup, wild mushroom risotto and more, all in addition to the vast dinner offerings like snow and king crab, pacific oysters, roasted bone marrow, roasted Wagyu beef, Jonah crab claws and more. $79.99 per person. For those wanting to do Thanksgiving brunch, a festive menu will be available beginning Wednesday, Nov. 21 to Sunday, Nov. 25 from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

The Buffet at Golden Nugget Las Vegas. Guests are invited to celebrate this Thanksgiving at The Buffet inside Golden Nugget Las Vegas. Dinner will be available from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. for $24.99 per person and included cream of leek and parsnip soup, roasted root vegetable salad, marinated cauliflower salad and roasted corn and pepper salad, to name a few. The hand carved stations will be serving roasted turkey breast with pan gravy, butter basted dark meat turkey, honey mustard glazed ham and roasted prime rib with homemade cranberry orange relish, cheddar bacon corn bread stuffing, green bean casserole with crispy onion strings and mixed fresh veggies. Guests looking for fun twists on traditional favorites can enjoy blackened redfish with creole succotash, white turkey lasagna, herb roasted chicken and stuffed bacon wrapped pork loin. For dessert, guests can enjoy classic homemade pumpkin pie, bourbon chocolate pecan pie, apple pie with white chocolate macadamia streusel and butternut meringue pie, to name a few. 

Cannery Row Buffet will serve Thanksgiving Day specials from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., starting at $15.99 with a C.A.N. Club card. The holiday specials will feature flavorful turkey options, a hand-carved prime rib station, rosemary and garlic pork loin, crab-stuffed salmon, shrimp scampi and much more. Plus, guests can taste a variety of desserts, including pumpkin, sweet potato and pecan pie. 

Feast Buffet at Palace Station is allowing guests to extend their Thanksgiving celebrations with an all-night long Thanksgiving menu until 8 a.m. Nov. 23. There will be herb-roasted turkey, glazed ham, apple-sage stuffing, candied yams with marshmallows, mashed potatoes and gravy and more. There will also be a full breakfast buffet. $6.99 to $10.99 plus per person. 

Garden Court Buffet will offer several special selections starting at $16.99 with a B Connected card on Thanksgiving Day from 11 a.m. to close. Specials include sage and butter turkey, prime rib, rosemary and garlic pork loin, crab-stuffed salmon, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie and other holiday favorites. 

Firelight Buffet. Guests can enjoy a Thanksgiving Day dinner at Firelight Buffet from 11 a.m. to close, starting at $17.99 with a B Connected card. Thanksgiving specials include sage and butter turkey, prime rib, rosemary and garlic pork loin, crab-stuffed salmon, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie and other holiday favorites. 

Flavors Buffet is pulling out all the stops for a memorable and delicious holiday. In addition to Flavor’s vast daily menu, guests can celebrate with a lineup of festive dishes including shrimp artichoke salad, duck al orange, watermelon chipotle barbecue St. Louis baby back ribs, almond-crusted cod with lemon bur blanc, Oyster Rockefeller topped with spinach Pernod and much more. Don’t skip the dessert selection with pumpkin roll with cream cheese filling, fruit tarts, carrot cake, apple and cherry pie, a large sugar-free selection and more. 

Le Village Buffet will be serving a bottomless feast ($36.99/person) for Thanksgiving. Crab legs, red beet and goat cheese salad, brown butter fall mushrooms with hazelnuts and whole-wheat penne, roasted duck with red cherry glaze, spicy Southern ham, roasted turkey, soy glazed salmon, a selection of sweet and savory crepes made to order and Granny Smith apple cheesecake are some of the dishes that guests can look forward to filling up on this holiday. 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

Medley Buffet will serve up Thanksgiving traditional favorites from 10 a.m. to close, starting at $17.99 with a B Connected card. Buffet selections include sage and butter roast turkey, prime rib, rosemary and garlic pork loin, crab stuffed salmon, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie and more. 

Medley Buffet will offer a variety of special selections for $23.99 with a B Connected card or $24.99 without a players card on Thanksgiving Day from 8 a.m. to close. Specials include sage and butter turkey, prime rib, rosemary and garlic pork loin, crab-stuffed salmon, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie and other holiday favorites. 

Paradise Buffet & Café will offer several special selections starting at $15.99 with a B Connected card on Thanksgiving Day from 11 a.m. to close. Specials include sage and butter turkey, prime rib, rosemary and garlic pork loin, crab-stuffed salmon, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie and other holiday favorites. 

Paradise Garden Buffet’s Thanksgiving menu will feature a carving board station serving honey glazed bone-in ham, slow cook roasted turkey, herb roasted leg of lamb and smoke Kielbasa sausage.  Specialty dishes include chicken tamale, pork shu mai, shrimp and grits, sage stuffing, pork bulgogi ramen, yam casserole and more. Salted caramel pecan tarts, petite sour cherry cobblers, pumpkin-spiced cheesecake and apple pie parfaitsare a few of the many desserts that will be offered on the holiday-inspired menu. 

Ports O’Call Buffet will offer Thanksgiving Day specials for $20.99 with a B Connected card or $21.99 without a players club from 8 a.m. to close. Specials include sage and butter turkey, prime rib, rosemary and garlic pork loin, crab-stuffed salmon, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie and other holiday favorites.

Rampart Buffet will feature many Thanksgiving favorites for the holiday. Cost is $22.99 with player card and $24.99 without card. Served 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Featuring soups, a salad bar, stations featuring American, Italian and Asian cuisine, two carving stations, and an assortment of desserts. 

Spice Market Buffet will have hand-carved specialties and a holiday fare station this Thanksgiving from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Known for featuring unique cuisine from around the world, the buffet ($29.99/person) will give diners a chance to experience globally-inspired dishes while still enjoying their favorite traditional holiday entrees including honey glazed ham, jerk chicken, herb crusted prime rib, roasted turkey breast, sausage and sage stuffing, shrimp scampi and more. Save room for pumpkin crème brulee, mini cherry streusel, apple cobbler, just to name a few of the numerous dessert options. 

St. Tropez Buffet will serve up Thanksgiving traditional favorites and more from 11 a.m. to close, starting at $15.99 with a B Connected card or $19.99 without a players card. Special selections include sage and butter turkey, prime rib, rosemary and garlic pork loin, crab-stuffed salmon, sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie and other holiday favorites. 

Studio B Buffet. Guests can enjoy an omelet station from 10 a.m.—3 p.m. with complimentary champagne, mimosas, beer and wine. Guests looking for a little bit of everything can savor herb roasted whole turkey, traditional roasted chestnut stuffing, rosemary roasted prime rib of beef, roasted whole crispy pig, dim sum, lavender-honey glazed ham, hot & cold steamed crab legs, chilled oysters on the half shell, chilled shrimp cocktail, roasted salmon with pomegranate glaze, fall salads, a tempting assortment of desserts and more. The holiday seafood lunch is available from 10 a.m.—2:30 p.m. and the holiday seafood dinner is available from 2:30—8:30 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 22 for $41.99 for adults and $29.99 for children, ages 5 – 8. No coupons. 

Via Brasil Steakhouse will be open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and will be carving whole roasted turkeys. They are also adding traditional candied yams, cranberry sauce, corn, stuffing and more to their all-you-can-eat menu featuring more than 60 options. Lunch is $42.99 per person and dinner is $51.99 per person. 


Alder & Birch Cocktails & Dining is serving up multiple menu options to be enjoyed on Thanksgiving Day from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. For starters, guests can choose from crab napoleon, brie and apple tart, cranberry meatballs, pumpkin bisque, Caesar salad or a wedge salad for $8 each. For $40, diners can enjoy seasonal favorites, choosing one of the following meals: rolled turkey with dried cranberry stuffing, haricot verts, sweet yams, mashed potatoes with giblet gravy and fresh cranberry relish; maple-braised pork belly with sausage stuffing, sour cherry chutney, fried shallots and butternut squash; or rosemary lamb shank with red wine au jus, roasted red and golden beets, farro, almonds and braised kale. House entrées include grilled and baked wild Pacific salmon on an alder plank, served with crawfish and nantua sauce for $30; herb-crusted, free-range chicken breast with sundried tomato, and portabellini and pan gravy for $25; and cold-water lobster tails with clarified butter and grilled lemon for $59. Steak entrées include an eight-oz. filet mignon for $34; 24-oz. bone-in prime rib for $50; and a 16-oz. prime New York steak for $43. Diners can pair their meals with several side options, including lobster mac with truffle oil for $12, or bleu cheese scalloped potatoes, grilled asparagus with asiago cheese or roasted root vegetables for $7 each. Dessert options include salted caramel cheesecake, toffee-crusted apple cake with vanilla ice cream or pumpkin gingersnap tiramisu for $10 each. 

The Angry Butcher will serve a special multi-course Thanksgiving Day dinner from 3 p.m. to close for $35. The meal will begin with a butternut squash soup with crispy sage and crème fraiche and a fall salad with baby arugula, frisée lettuce, heirloom cherry tomatoes, crispy pancetta, fresh figs and Parker House croutons with white balsamic vinaigrette. The main course is the Butcher Turkey Dinner, featuring free-range turkey served with sausage and sage stuffing, whipped potatoes, turkey gravy, citrus-baked sweet potato and green beans with cranberry compote. Diners can end their meal with their choice of pumpkin pie or pumpkin bread pudding. 

Anthony’s Prime Steak & Seafood. Choose from a roasted butternut squash bisque or fall baby greens salad as a starter. For the main course, holiday diners can enjoy a roasted tom turkey with roasted traditional bread dressing, buttery Yukon potatoes, cranberry chutney, green beans amandine and turkey gravy. For dessert, guests can enjoy a delicious pumpkin pie with spiced whipped cream or a pumpkin French macaron with pecan-caramel sauce. $49 for adults and $29 for children under 10. Served 3 to 10 p.m. 

Bazaar Meat by José Andrés presents Thanksgiving José’s Way. Choose from a selection of savory sides from Croquetas de Pavo (Turkey-béchamel fritters) and Ferran Andrià Olives served in modern and traditional styles to Spiced Cranberries with confit mandarins and Ceylon cinnamon and Butifarra and Cornbread Stuffing with confit piquillo peppers. For the main course, enjoy a Nicholas Turkey from Fossil Farms in Pennsylvania, featuring Sous-Vide breast, confit leg and traditional gravy or a Josper-Roasted Turbot from La Coruna, Spain. Finish with pecan pie, pumpkin tart or a roasted apple puff pastry. $95 per person. Bazaar Meat will be open from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 22. 
Big Al’s Oyster Bar is serving up a $31 Thanksgiving seafood special on Thursday, Nov. 22 from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Diners will start off with a cup of Big Al’s famous Boston or Manhattan clam chowders or a garden salad garnished with cucumber, sliced Roma tomatoes, carrots, black olives, bell peppers and the diner’s choice of dressing. For the main course, guests can enjoy crab-stuffed and baked Maine lobster with rice pilaf and drawn butter. Lastly, guests will end their meal with a slice of traditional pumpkin pie.

BLT Steak is offering a prix fixe menu with the choice of appetizer, entrée, side and dessert ($75/person) in honor of Thanksgiving. To start, guests can choose Celeriac soup or squash salad, followed by entrees including dry-aged prime rib, roasted turkey and Scottish salmon. To complement the meal, guests can choose from sides including chestnut-sausage stuffing, Brussel sprouts gratin and sweet potato puree. Pumpkin tart and cranberry spiced bread pudding are offered for dessert. All items can also be ordered a la carte. 

Blue Ribbon Brasserie is offering a Thanksgiving feast featuring roasted turkey breast with pan sauce gravy, truffle mashed potato, sugar glazed carrots, mushroom bread stuffing and house made cranberry sauce for $38 per person. Served 5 p.m. until midnight. 


Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca will offer a three-course Thanksgiving meal featuring organic turkey or prime rib. Served 2 to 8 p.m. $55. 

Buddy V’s Ristorante is offering a special dinner for $48 per person with an optional wine pairing for $30 or a bottle of Prosecco for $20. Children 10 and under only have to pay $15.95. The dinner includes roasted butternut squash soup, slow-roasted turkey breast with turkey sausage and pancetta-herb stuffing, roasted potatoes and vegetables, cranberry relish, classic gravy and pumpkin bundt cake with cream cheese frosting. 

Café St. Louis will offer a three-course, prix fixe menu ($45/person) featuring all the holiday classics along with a few Parisian favorites. For the first course, guests can choose between French onion soup, roasted pumpkin soup or spinach and hazelnut salad. For the second course, guests can choose from agedribeye or turkey and stuffing. To make sure guests leave on a sweet note, pumpkin cheesecake and traditional apple pie are available for dessert. 

Carve Prime Rib will serve up a sweet and savory multi-course meal on Thanksgiving Day between 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. for $26.99. The special menu features sliced, slow-roasted tom turkey with giblet gravy, fresh herbed stuffing, sweet potatoes, buttery mashed potatoes, haricot verts and cranberry relish. The meal is paired with the diner’s choice of shrimp cocktail or acorn squash bisque, along with house salad and a holiday apple tart for dessert. 

Center Cut Steakhouse is offering a four-course, prix fixe menu ($59.95/person) to celebrate. To start, enjoy a butternut squash and fennel soup, followed by a lacinato kale salad made with Nueske’s bacon, hearts of palm, granny smith apple and huckleberry vin. Then, feast on herb roasted turkey breast, sage and rye stuffing, green beans almandine, baked sweet potato with maple-bourbon butter and marshmallow crema and cranberry compote. Don’t miss the festive chef’s choice dessert. Each course can also be ordered a la carte. 

Cleo Mediterráneo. Begin the meal with an apple salad filled with Belgium endive, candied walnut snow, brittle and berry Moscatel vinaigrette ($15). Dive in to Mary’s Free Range Roasted Turkey with chestnut and grape cornbread stuffing, black lime, beet, acorn squash, cranberries, yogurt and sage turkey jus ($55). Complete the meal with an “Expression of Pecan Pie Sundae” featuring vanilla pie crust, maple bourbon caramel, banana and chocolate ($12). Cleo will be open from 5 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 22. 

Cornerstone will serve an expansive Thanksgiving Day menu from 2 p.m. – 9 p.m. For starters, guests will have a variety of options, including beef carpaccio for $11; turkey sliders for $9; baked brie with cranberry and pecan skillet for $10; butternut squash and pumpkin bisque for $8; traditional shrimp cocktail for $14; chopped Caesar salad for $8; or a Cornerstone house wedge salad for $8. For the main entrée, diners can enjoy one of Cornerstone’s seasonal entrées, including a traditional turkey dinner for $28; stuffed pork loin for $29; and pan-seared salmon for $29. Steak entrée options include a seven-oz. filet mignon for $30; 22-oz. bone-in ribeye for $38; 14-oz. New York steak for $33; and a 14-oz. prime rib of beef for $29 or a 22-oz. prime rib for $33. Meals can be paired with a variety of sides, including grilled asparagus, crispy bacon green beans, creamed corn and brussels sprouts for $7 each. To finish the meal, guests can delight in a sweet potato bread pudding, toasted apple spice cake or a caramel pear and cheesecake trifle for $8 each. 

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse is offering a four-course prix fixed plated feast featuring specialty menu items including butternut squash soup, roasted turkey breast, mashed sweet potatoes and pumpkin cheesecake for $49 per person. Other menu highlights include thin green beans, pan gravy, cranberry relish and pecan pie. Del Frisco’s Las Vegas will be open from 12 p.m. – 8 p.m. 
Delmonico Steakhouse is offering a four-course meal for Thanksgiving. Menu highlights include butternut squash bisque; a salad with shaved rainbow carrots, petite frisbee, pecan brittle and Marin triple cream cheese; roasted turkey breast, braised leg and thigh accompanied by cornbread dressing, buttered green beans, herb gravy, cranberry sauce and pecan-glazed sweet potatoes; and a pumpkin trio featuring bread pudding, cheesecake and ice cream.
Ferraro’s is offering a traditional meal accented with seasonal Italian dishes for $49.95 per adult and $16.95 per child. The menu includes a choice of starter, a savory chocolate pasta dish, roasted turkey accompanied by a selection of autumn vegetable dishes and a choice of dessert. Menu selections include burrata, mixed spring salad, mushroom and leek soup, butternut squash and seasonal mushrooms, Diestel Farm whole turkey, sausage-fig stuffing, truffle-mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato cake and more. 


Gordon Ramsay HELL’S KITCHEN will offer a prix fixe menu ($75/person), complete with Ramsay signature dishes. For the first course, guests can choose between a beet salad with Greek yogurt, pomegranate and pumpkin seed granola or pumpkin soup with Tuscan kale, granny smith apples and a tempura seed tuile. For the main course, experience a twist on Ramsay’s famed dish with the turkey Wellington, served with potato puree, glazed Brussel sprouts and turkey jus with sides of chestnut stuffing and cranberry sauce. For dessert, enjoy the sticky toffee pudding with speculoos ice cream. A wine pairing completes the meal for $120/person and compliments each course perfectly. 

Giada’s Thanksgiving dinner starts with an antipasti platter of fennel crostini, prosciutto di parma, percorino Toscano cheese with honey comb and butternut squash caponata. For the second course, guests can choose between The De Laurentiis Holiday saladmade with Tuscan kale, candied walnuts and Midnight Moon goat cheese or roasted acorn squash soupwith parmesan croutons and apple chutney. The main entrée is a turkey dinner of white and dark meat served with sweet and salty mashed potatoes, fennel stuffin’ muffin, green beans and cranberry mostarda. To finish, guests can choose between “souffled” pumpkin cheesecake with Pepita brittle and cinnamon sweet cream gelato or a chocolate walnut tart with stracciatella gelato. $90 per person. 

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is getting into the Thanksgiving spirit with a three-course, prix fixe menu ($65/person) including Ramsay’s twist on holiday favorites. Guests will enjoy sweet potato soup with sage and bacon brown butter or a Brussel salad with bread pudding to start. For the main course, enjoy turkey leg pie made with root vegetables. For dessert, enjoy spiced apple pie. Elevate your experience with the perfect wine and beer pairing for $95 person. 

Gordon Ramsay Steak is featuring a turkey breast Wellington served with foie gras, pistachio stuffing, cranberry sauce, root vegetable pave, crispy Brussel leaves and turkey jus and a spiced pumpkin tart topped with candied hazelnuts and Chantilly cream. 

Grotto inside Golden Nugget will be serving a 3-course Italian turkey dinner starting at 3 p.m. for $22.99. Featuring a butternut squash soup with mascarpone, turkey scaloppini with sage gravy, whipped sweet potatoes, pancetta stuffing and housemade cranberry compote. Finally, for dessert, guests can choose between pumpkin cannoli’s or chocolate pecan pie. Families and friends can add a bottle of red or white wine to their dinners for $30. 

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar is offering the best of both worlds this Thanksgiving—the traditional and non-traditional. The T-Day Turkey Burger features a grilled turkey burger with everything stuffing, cranberry relish and mayonnaise served on a brioche bun. Guy’s Turkey Dinner is served with house smoked turkey breast, everything stuffing, smoked sweet potatoes, fresh peas, bourbon cream gravy and cranberry relish, all for $32.50. 

Hawthorn Grill is offering a Thanksgiving brunch for $59 for adults and $29 for children. Served 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The brunch will feature assorted bread and pastries, seafood, salads, fruits, antipasto, roasted turkey, roasted salmon and more. A three-course Thanksgiving dinner will be offered from 4 to 9 p.m. for $59 per person. The dinner will feature choice of kabocha squash soup, poached pear salad or roasted jumbo prawns; turkey, king salmon or bison ribeye; and date sticky toffee pudding or hot choclate tart. 

Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar’s Thanksgiving dinner will feature butternut squash bisque, turkey, white jalapeño creamed corn, sweet potato puree, apple raisin stuffing and cranberry sauce. 

A special Thanksgiving brunch for kids is happening 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 18. All children will have a fun-filled day with the choice of a brunch menu item plus turkey craft activity and a hour at KidsQuest free after buying 3 hours. 

HEXX Kitchen + Bar is offering an all-you-can-eat family-style dinner for $55 per person. Menu includes roasted corn bisque, braised turkey, Brussels sprouts, baby carrots, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes with marshmallows, green beans and pumpkin cheesecake. $15 for kids 12 and under. 

House of Blues Restaurant & Bar is offering a four-course Thanksgiving dinner for $40. The dinner includes tender greens, butternut squash soup, citrus and herb-roasted turkey breast with mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, collard greens, honey-glazed carrots and gravy, cranberry sauce, and banoffee pie jar. Served lunch and dinner. 

Lagasse’s Stadium is offering several special items for Thanksgiving. They include wild mushroom soup with black truffle creme fraiche; turkey po-boy with herb stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce and sweet potato fries with marshmallow dipping sauce; oven-roasted turkey and homemade truffle gravy, focaccia bread stuffing, sautéed haricot vert, roasted garlic mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce; and pumpkin trio featuring bread pudding, cheesecake and ice cream with fall spiced crème anglaise. 

LAVO Italian Restaurant will offer a traditional holiday menu for the perfect gathering. For $55 per person, each guest will delight in a platter of turkey, cranberry and stuffing with an assortment of family-style sides to choose from including mashed potatoes, candied yams, greens beans, brussels sprouts or roasted carrots. 

MB Steak is offering a traditional turkey dinner featuring herb-roasted turkey breast with a truffle-braised thigh and leg, served with sourdough stuffing, hericots verts with roasted mushroom cream, turkey jus and cranberry port wine relish, priced at $45 per person. Or, enjoy an 18-ounce center cut filet mignon, sliced for two and served with roasted baby sweet potatoes and a sage peppercorn sauce, priced at $120. 

Mesa Grill will offer several holiday items, in addition to its innovative Southwestern dishes. Featured items include: a jumbo lump crab cake made with a habanero tartar sauce, avocado crema and pickled chili slaw; horseradish-maple glazed turkey with orange-sage butter, creamed kale, sweet potato gratin, wild mushroom-chorizo cornbread stuffing, smoked chili gravy and cranberry-tangerine relish; and a porterhouse pork chop made with a pomegranate glaze, apple mustardo, pumpkin tamale and cranberry butter. Finish the meal on a sweet note with apple pie served with cinnamon ice cream. Open 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. 

MRKT will offer a special three-course meal on Thanksgiving Day from 3 p.m. to close for $45. For starters, the special includes the choice of crème of roasted butternut squash soup or a braised red and golden beet salad with goat cheese. The main course features slow-roasted turkey breast with herb stuffing, Yukon gold whipped potatoes and gravy, candied yams and green beans. To end the meal, diners can enjoy a rich pumpkin cheesecake. 

Oakville Steakhouse is offering a complete meal that includes a starter, entree, personal side dish and dessert for $55 per person. Or chose from lobster bisque, Caesar salad or Oakville wedge for $12 each; roasted turkey breast with sausage and herb stuffing for $40 or 6-ounce petite filet and shrimp for $45; several side dishes such as mashed potatoes and sweet potato casserole for $12 each; and pumpkin cheesecake al a mode for $12. 

Old Homestead Steakhouse is offering a three-course, prix fixe menu ($69/person) with an assortment of holiday favorites for guests to enjoy. Start with a classic Caesar salad or butternut squash soup, followed by oven roasted turkey served with apple sausage and giblet gravy or upgrade to a duo of bird and beef with turkey with and an 8 ounce filet mignon with all the trimmings. Included sides are sweet potatoes with marshmallow topping and Brussel sprouts. End with a slice of traditional pumpkin pie orpecan pie. 

The Palm is offering a three-course Thanksgiving dinner for $59 per adult and $24 for children under 12. Menu highlights include roasted butternut squash bisque or lobster bisque, baby kale and apple salad, herb-roasted and hand-carved turkey, home-style dressing, whipped potatoes and sweet potatoes, creamed spinach, green beans, Brussels sprouts, flourless chocolate cake and pumpkin cranberry bash. 

Prime Rib Loft is offering a special Thanksgiving Day dinner menu from 2 p.m. – 10 p.m. for $32. The dinner will begin with crab-stuffed portabellini mushroom, and the choice of butternut squash soup with wild rice, roasted corn and smoked sausage, or a house salad. The main entrée will feature sliced turkey breasts over apple, pine nut and dried fruit dressing, served with candied yams, house-made cranberry sauce and seasonal vegetables. Diners can also choose to order the pecan-crusted salmon filet served over wild rice pilaf and glazed seasonal vegetables with citrus beurre blanc sauce. To finish off the holiday meal, guests can enjoy pumpkin cheesecake. 

Rao’s three-course, prix fixe Thanksgiving dinner menu ($65/person) has something to offer for the whole family. The first course gives guests a choice of butternut squash and roasted apple bisque, frisee salad or Portobello friti.  The second course offers a variety of dishes to choose from including oven-roasted turkey or duck cannelloni. Dessert options include a choice of pumpkin cheesecake or Dutch apple pie. An assortment of a la carte sides include traditional stuffing, cranberry sauce, roasted Brussel sprouts, candied yams and mac and cheese. 

Redwood Steakhouse will serve a traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner special for $28. The dinner includes the choice of roast turkey with cornbread and sausage stuffing, homemade turkey gravy, buttery mashed potatoes, pecan-candied yams and brussels sprouts. Diners will also have the option to order a chef-carved, honey-baked ham with pineapple butter glaze, roasted red potatoes, green bean casserole, candied yams and a cornbread muffin instead. For dessert, guests can enjoy their choice of a pumpkin or custard pie. 

Ruth’s Chris Steak House will serve a multi-course Thanksgiving meal for $77/person. To start guests can choose between lobster bisque, Caesar salad or steak house salad. For the entrée course, guests can pick either the roasted turkey breast dinner with housemade gravy, stuffing and cranberry sauce or an 8 ounce petite filet with shrimp. Mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, sautéed mushrooms and creamed spinach are the side dish options. For dessert, guests will end the meal with pumpkin cheesecake a la mode. 

Salvatore’s will serve several special selections on Thanksgiving Day, including cream of turkey chowder, a bounty of roasted turkey and root vegetables simmered in a rich creamy stock, finished with cheese and chive dumplings for $9.95; traditional turkey dinner with all the trimmings, including sausage-sage stuffing, brûlée yams, creamy mashers, fresh vegetables, cranberry chutney, finished with giblet gravy for $27.95; glazed pit ham roasted with fresh pineapple, plums, currants and apples with a rich reduction of pan juices and cider for $25.95; Barolo-braised boneless short ribs with creamy mashers and julienne fresh vegetables for $29.95; and primavera with shrimp, a classic pasta featuring plump shrimp simmered with a medley of roasted garden vegetables tossed with linguini for $28.95. 

SC Prime Steakhouse & Bar will offer several three-course menu options on Thanksgiving Day from 2 p.m. – 9 p.m. Start the meal with creamy chicken and orzo corn soup or a Sonoma field greens salad; then traditional roast turkey served with herb stuffing, whipped potatoes, fresh seasonal vegetables, candied yams, turkey gravy and orange cranberry sauce for $44; potato-crusted Alaskan halibut served with julienne vegetables, lemon-dill beurre blanc and red wine pomegranate reduction for $40; or bacon and corn-crusted pork loin medallions with potato chive cake, fresh seasonal vegetables and pork jus lié for $36. For dessert, guests can enjoy a sweet cinnamon crème anglaise or a caramel sauce drizzle, both served with fresh berries. 

Searsucker is offering an all-you-can-eat feast on Thanksgiving Day starting at 2 p.m. Pricing for the feast will start at $59 per person, with special pricing of $19 for children age 12 and under and free for children under two. The specialty menu features a slow roasted whole turkey – brined, dried, slow roasted and topped with pan sauce. Flavorful sausage stuffing is served alongside the bird complete with pork sausage, rustic sourdough, dried cherries and herbs. The feast also includes candied heirloom carrots doused with smoked maple syrup and herbs as well as stuffed sweet potatoes with gruyere cheese and smoked bacon.  In true Thanksgiving fashion, diners will also enjoy a traditional cranberry side featuring orange zest and mint. For an additional $16, Searsucker will also offer smoked turkey tamales with Hatch New Mexico Chile and queso oaxaca. If diners still have room in their stomach for more, Searsucker is also offering a $12 baked pumpkin crumble with savory bacon gelato and topped with cinnamon crème anglaise for dessert. 

Second Street Grill is serving up three-course Thanksgiving Day specials from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. Each holiday special comes with soup or salad and the Chef’s choice of dessert. Guests can devour herb-roasted turkey and stuffing, served with cornbread dressing, garlic-roasted mashed potatoes, yams, sautéed green beans, giblet gravy and cranberry orange relish for $28. Diners also have the option to select the herb-crusted prime rib special that is served with roasted garlic pesto mashed potatoes and asparagus with hollandaise sauce for $30. 

Sushisamba is putting a unique twist on Thanksgiving. Specials for the day include braised short rib gyoza, mojo roasted organic turkey with linguine quinoa stuffing and spice-poached Fuji apple with candied pecans and vanilla ice cream. 

Triple George Grill is offering a Thanksgiving dinner for $60 per person. Meal includes roasted butternut squash bruschetta or deviled eggs, pumpkin soup or field green salad, herb-crusted prime rib or roasted turkey breast, and warm apple pie or pumpkin cheesecake. They will also offer pumpkin pie martinis for $12. Served 3 to 11 p.m. 

Yardbird Southern Bar & Table is offering a classic southern-style Thanksgiving. Menu highlights include butternut squash ravioli, parsnip potato soup, turkey plate with giblet gravy and cranberry compote, sweet potato casserole with marshmallow flame, crispy Brussels sprouts, country bread stuffing and caramel apple crisp cobbler. 


Carmine’s NYC Italian is offering a complete dinner for 6 to 8 people for $259.95. The dinner includes an 18 pound turkey with sausage and sage stuffing, homemade cranberry sauce, Brussel sprouts with caramelized onions, sautéed string beans, baby carrots, sweet potatoes with marshmallows, mashed potatoes and giblet gravy and pie. 

Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar is offering a full-course meal for $225 that feeds 8-10 people. Additional sides for $10 and pies for $12. Order by Nov. 16. 

HEXX Kitchen + Bar is offering a to-go meal that will serve 4 to 6 for $145. Meal includes roasted corn bisque, braised turkey, Brussels sprouts, baby carrots, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes with marshmallows, green beans and pumpkin cheesecake. Take-out orders must be reserved online by the morning of Nov. 20. Guests have the option of 11 a.m. or 2 p.m. as curbside pickup times on Thanksgiving Day. A podium will be set up near Paris Hotel main entrance/Beer Park Daiquiri Bar. Guests are also welcome to pick up inside the restaurant.

Honey Salt is offering feast for up to 8 people for $225. The dinner includes an 18-pound turkey, traditional cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, orange cranberry sauce, brown sugar yams, roasted autumn root vegetables, rolls and pumpkin pie. 

M Resort. Let M Resort do the cooking this year with their Thanksgiving-to-go Feast! Hot and ready to enjoy for up to 10 people, enjoy a fully cooked Thanksgiving meal perfect for the whole family. Order holiday favorites including a whole roasted tom turkey, traditional stuffing, Yukon mashed potatoes, creamed corn, sweet rolls, butternut squash soup, apple and pumpkin pie and more. Feasts are $225 plus tax and orders must be placed by Monday, Nov. 19 for pick up on Thursday, Nov. 22. Orders can be placed by calling 702-797-1878. 

The Plaza’s Thanksgiving Take Out Dinner offers traditional dishes and family favorites including: Crab and Corn Soup, Whole Roasted Turkey, Turkey Gravy, Stuffing, Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Yams, Cranberry Relish, Green Bean Casserole, Glazed Carrots, Individual Rolls & Butter, and Pumpkin Pie. The Plaza’s Thanksgiving Take Out Dinner serves 8-10 guests and costs $265 including tax and service charge.The fully cooked meals that would only need to be reheated can be picked up from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20 and Wednesday, Nov. 21. On Thanksgiving Day, all of the dinner items will be delivered hot and ready to serve from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino is offering several to go options. The roasted turkey holiday box is $110, the prime rib holiday box is $165, a ham and turkey holiday box is $140, a turkey and prime rib holiday box is $175, and the ultimate feast with turkey, ham and prime rib is $190.  Chef sides include: apple sage stuffing, cranberry sauce, turkey gravy, yam casserole, roasted beets, whole apple or pumpkin pie and more. The dinner feasts serve four to six people. A la carte options available as well. Guests are asked to pre-order their feast before Thanksgiving by ordering in-person at All-American Bar & Grille or call 702-777-776 

Virgil’s Real BBQ is offering a dinner for 8 people for $249.95. The dinner includes an 18 pound turkey with giblet gravy, mashed potatoes, cornbread, sausage and pecan stuffing, sweet potatoes with marshmallows, homemade cranberry sauce, candied Brussels sprouts, Creole green beans and buttermilk biscuits. 

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