There is one thing we know for certain about Thanksgiving: it needs good food. Save yourself some of the stress and drama of cooking your own meal, and check out some of the best restaurants for Thanksgiving food in Las Vegas!
Just because it’s Thanksgiving doesn’t mean you have to dine on the traditional turkey and stuffing dishes. Indulge yourself in a world-class steakhouse experience at the D’s Andiamo for Thanksgiving in Las Vegas. Come with a refined palette and hunger for juicy American steaks, handmade pasta, and all-natural lamb and veal. Pair with some delicious wines and walk away feeling thankful for the visit!
Be sure to book a table soon so you can enjoy one of the best and most memorable Las Vegas Thanksgiving dinners.
Looking for a more traditional Thanksgiving dinner? Head over to Water Grill at the Forum Shops for an extensive menu full of classic dishes like roasted turkey, sourdough apple stuffing, cranberry relish, mashed potatoes, and delicious turkey gravy.
If you prefer a holiday dinner that’s fun and casual, join the Hard Rock Cafe for a legendary Thanksgiving in Las Vegas! This is another restaurant perfect for those that love the usual Turkey Day dishes you find in homes across the country. Get a bargain deal for $29.95 and gobble down on home-style stuffing, roasted veggies, slow-roasted turkey, and creamy sweet potato mash.
Taste the city’s finest seafood and steak at Barry’s Downtown Prime within Circa Resort. Chef Barry Dakake cooks up meals that combine old-school flavor with a modern twist, ensuring that your Thanksgiving dinner will be one for the books. Choose from savory entrees like grilled pork chop, Steak Diane, and northern Australian lobster tail, and pair them with classic side dishes like cream corn, loaded baked potato, and crispy cauliflower.
Have you ever celebrated Thanksgiving 800 feet up in the air? Chances are you probably have not, and this year is your time to change that! Take your dining experience to new heights at Top of the World located at the Strat. Devour a four-course Thanksgiving feast with heirloom squash soup, roasted pear salad, Diestel Farms turkey, truffle sausage stuffing, and pumpkin tiramisu for dessert.
Opt for a fancy Thanksgiving in Las Vegas by making a reservation at Bazaar Meat at the Sahara. This high-class restaurant is serving up a modern mix of traditional Thanksgiving dishes including turkey-bechamel fritters, Delmonico potatoes, cornbread stuffing, and a green bean casserole with wild mushrooms and crispy shallots. This is the place to go if you want an upscale dinner that still channels the nostalgic touches of Thanksgiving back at home.
If you’ve ever visited Wynn Las Vegas, you know that the dining experiences are sophisticated, lavish, and delicious. This trend continues for their Thanksgiving feast at La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway. Starting at 11:30 a.m., the restaurant will serve butternut squash soup and sliced turkey breast with vegetable stuffing, cranberry, and toasted marshmallow. Top it off with classic pumpkin pie for a sweet dessert!
Try a new approach for your Las Vegas Thanksgiving dinner by visiting 8 East at Circa Resort, a restaurant inspired by metropolitan Asian food markets. Chef Dan Coughlin prepares cutting-edge Pan-Asian cuisine like chicken pot stickers, dumplings, wontons, skewers, and steaks with delectable sauces that will definitely spice up your Turkey Day!
Another hot destination for a Las Vegas Thanksgiving dinner is Catch at Aria. With plenty of Insta-worthy selfie spots, this restaurant is a go-to if you love Asian-inspired cuisine. Add a twist to your normal Turkey Day menu and treat your palette to Japanese ruby red snapper, winter squash tortellini, and turkey with garlic pomme puree, cranberry compote, and stuffing croutons.
Go big or go home at Crush, a 5,500-square-foot restaurant within the MGM Grand. This year, Crush is serving up a savory and classic Thanksgiving dinner with all of the home-style meals you’ve come to love. A sliced turkey breast with sausage, bacon, and root vegetable stuffing served with mashed potatoes and cranberry jelly will satisfy your tummy. Add on maple-glazed yams and sweet potato gnocchi to feast on as well and you’ll be stuffed to the brim!
Take some of the stress off your shoulders this holiday season and celebrate Thanksgiving at the city’s finest restaurants! Make sure to book your room or suite at the D to turn your Thanksgiving dinner into a Las Vegas Thanksgiving vacation.