Maybe you can’t cook, maybe you aren’t ready to tolerate your family, maybe the holiday is the only time you have to go on vacation. Whatever your reason, let this list guide you to the ultimate Thanksgiving feast in Las Vegas. If you are looking for top-notch restaurants to serve you a truly decadent meal on the unofficial National Day of Stuffing Your Face, check out one of these spots that have come up with excellent dishes in the past.
Most casino buffets serve holiday-themed foods on the big day, so they aren’t listed here.
While Thanksgiving may be an American holiday, that hasn’t stopped French bistro Mon Ami Gabi from helping visitors indulge in a meal worth remembering. Past Thanksgiving meals have included options like oysters on the half shell with calvados and apple mignonette, paired with a classic roast turkey. The traditional sides aren’t forgotten here, and your stomach will be full of cranberry relish, rosemary stuffing, sweet potatoes, gravy and Yukon mashed.
Specialties this year include Fairytale Pumpkin Soup and two mouth-watering dessert options: Pumpkin Bread Pudding with maple crème anglaise and pecan brown butter ice cream, and the Pecan and Chocolate Tart with caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream. It’s not just the food worth talking about – this eatery boasts some of the best tables in Las Vegas with views of the strop and Bellagio fountains.
The meal is $50 per person and reservations are available from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Paris Las Vegas, 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas.
I know your mom’s stuffing is the best, but db Brasserie’s executive chef Robert Camacho is here to prepare a three-course Thanksgiving meal that can hopefully measure up. Classic fall flavors have been given a French flair in the past, with choices like squash soup with crème fraîche; celery salad and pomegranate; and an earthy heirloom beet salad with goat cheese, pistachio, quinoa and sherry vinegar.
The 2014 menu had a main course of buttermilk-poached turkey breast accompanied by a foie gras stuffed leg, Yukon Gold puree, apple-chestnut stuffing and giblet gravy. For dessert? Pumpkin Souffle.
This year’s feast will be offered from 4 to 10 p.m., with a Prix Fixe menu of $65 per person.
The Venetian, 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas.
If you are a diehard meat eater, but have a picky companion that swears plant-based diets are the way to go, the vegetarian menu at Alizé is sure to please you both. Four-course meals with and without meat have traditionally been available for Thanksgiving at this local, which kicks off with amuse bouche of roasted chestnut panna cotta and moves on to vegetarian options like roasted kabocha squash soup and broccoli & potato croquettes. Whether you choose the grilled duroc pork chop, oven-roasted turkey or pecan-crusted Alaskan halibut, this restaurant’s’ Michelin star promises your taste buds will delight. This year’s dessert trio is made up of an apple tart tatin, pumpkin cheesecake and chocolate pecan tartlet.
Thanksgiving dinner will be served from 5 to 9 p.m. for $95 per person and reservations are required.
Palms Casino Resort, 4321 W Flamingo Road, Las Vegas.
Not a fan of turkey? Not a problem. For a non-traditional approach to this tradition-overrun meal, check out Executive Chef Barry S. Dakake’s options that include tangy flavors and seafood options. Seafood choices such as Dover sole with grilled Gulf shrimp, or Florida stone crab paired with a mustard dipping sauce have been offered in the past alongside “Mary’s Farm Turkey Dinner” ($42) which allows you to indulge in white and dark meat, stuffing, mashed potatoes with gravy and cranberry sauce. This popular dining destination is known for its hand-crafted cocktails and was named a “Top 100 Restaurant in the World” by Conde Nast Traveler, “Top 100 Dining Hot Spot of 2016” by OpenTable.com and “Best Steakhouse” by Vegas Magazine.
Palms Casino Resort, 4321 W Flamingo Road, Las Vegas.
Executive chef Paul Bartolotta has a history of offering extensive tasting menus for the food-centered holiday, bringing his mix of European seafood specialties and Italian cuisine to Thanksgiving plates. Two years ago, his five-course meal offered fried shrimp and seared sea scallops with porcini mushrooms.
If you can’t imagine your holiday without the traditional turkey – have no fear: Costa also makes a mean oven-roasted wild turkey accented by chestnuts, sausage, Tuscan cabbage, and sage gravy. Dishes from other years have included butternut squash ravioli with brown butter and amaretti and a frozen nougat sabayon with bitter chocolate and orange for dessert.
The meal usually runs about $95 per person and reservations are recommended.
Wynn Las Vegas, 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas.
Featured photo credit: Alize.
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