If you aren’t cooking Thanksgiving dinner at home, Las Vegas has plenty of options. OK, Las Vegas has too many options.
Whether it’s up and down the Strip or at a neighborhood casino, there are plenty of choices — and in a variety of price ranges. Restaurants and buffets will likely be packed because 300,000 visitors are expected, and many locals also will be dining out.
Here’s our Thanksgiving dining guide, which excludes buffets. Those are in virtually every casino, some featuring hour-plus wait times and many well worth the wait for the holiday favorites.
Here’s wishing all of our readers a safe holiday. Enjoy!
Mon Ami Gabi will offer a four-course menu including herb-roasted turkey with caramelized yams, cornbread stuffing and bourbon gravy. Price: $49.95.
The Forum Shops at Caesars
Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab will offer sliced turkey breast with leg and thigh confit and pan gravy, along with stuffing, cheesy mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, green beans, and butternut squash with toasted marshmallows. For dessert, it’s pumpkin pie. Price: $54.95 for adults; $27.95 for children 5-12; free for children under 5