There is one thing we know for certain about Thanksgiving: it needs good food. If you’re in town for the holiday, save yourself some of the stress and drama of cooking your own meal, and head to one of the many Las Vegas restaurants for Thanksgiving dinner. From classic dishes to unique spins on traditional menus, 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 Andiamo Steakhouse for Thanksgiving in Las Vegas at the D. 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 a simple, but delicious, Thanksgiving meal with roasted turkey, sourdough apple stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and delicious turkey gravy. If you still have room, their Thanksgiving prix-fixe option also includes a dessert with a choice of pumpkin cheesecake or bread pudding.
If you want to eat your Las Vegas Thanksgiving dinner anywhere, why not try a meal kit? The Sundry Food Hall is offering meal kits featuring delicious food from Soulbelly BBQ. All you need to do is reheat and plate! These kits include turkey, cornbread, smoked sausage and apple stuffing, gravy, candied yams, cranberry sauce, green bean casserole, and a choice between apple pie or chocolate pecan pie.
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 menu will be one for the books. Choose from savory entrees like a classic turkey dinner, Steak Diane, and northern Australian lobster tail, and pair them with classic side dishes like butternut squash soup, loaded baked potato, and traditional stuffing.
There’s something special about watching football on Thanksgiving. At Tailgate Social, you can watch Dallas vs Washington and Seattle vs San Francisco while enjoying some delicious food. They’ll be offering a traditional Thanksgiving plate and a Lil’ Robbie Sandwich made with turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and a cranberry aioli. If you’re watching the games there, don’t forget to place your bets with the Circa Sports betting app!
Las Vegas is well-known for our delicious buffets, so why not visit one for the biggest holiday meal of the day? Instead of doing your classic brunch buffet, enjoy an all-day Thanksgiving spread at Garden Court Buffet. Load up your plate with turkey, prime rib, ham, peel and eat shrimp, sweet potato casserole, stuffing, bread pudding, and so much more. Be sure to bring some comfy clothes for your food coma after!
Hear us out: Breakfast for Thanksgiving. At Bacon Nation at the D, you can swap out your roast turkey for chicken ‘n waffles, your stuffing for biscuits and gravy, your mashed potatoes for hash browns, and your pumpkin pie for maple bacon cheesecake or apple pie french toast. What’s great about having a Las Vegas Thanksgiving dinner is that it doesn’t have to be dinner at all – it just has to be delicious.
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 that will definitely spice up your Turkey Day – even if there isn’t turkey on the menu! Wanting a bit of a Thanksgiving inspiration? Order the ginger chicken dumplings, stir-fried green beans, and honey toast with walnuts.
While Thanksgiving isn’t a Parisian event, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your holiday in the Eiffel Tower. At the Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas, you can devour a decadent three-course Las Vegas Thanksgiving dinner with delicious fall items like butternut squash soup with duck confit, poached pear salad, Diestel Farms turkey with chestnut stuffing, and classic pecan pie for dessert.
If you’re still in the international state of mind but want more of a German influence, make your Thanksgiving in Las Vegas a little bit Bavarian at Hofbrauhaus. You’ll find some delicious thyme-infused roast turkey with classic fixings like stuffing and glazed yams. And if you want to test out your German skills, try ordering the Kürbis-Brotpudding mit Vanilleeis & Preiselbeeren – or cranberry bread pudding with vanilla ice cream.
Take some of the stress off your shoulders this holiday season and celebrate Thanksgiving at the city’s finest restaurants! From classic meals with turkey and green bean casserole to out-of-the-box options like ginger chicken dumplings and stir-fried green beans, there are many ways to enjoy Las Vegas restaurants for Thanksgiving. Make sure to book your room or suite at the D to turn your Thanksgiving dinner into a Las Vegas Thanksgiving vacation.