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16 Spots For Thanksgiving Dinner In Vegas

November 14, 2012 at 5:39 PM | by | Comments (3)

Are we the only ones amazed that next week is Thanksgiving? And, here we sit with plans to be in Las Vegas, but no idea what to do after that, like VegasChatter reader William R.:

This year we are going to be in Vegas for Thanksgiving, and wondered if you could recommend anywhere where we could get a traditional Thanksgiving dinner? We know there are lots of places, but we don't particularly want to "chow down" at a buffet, and would prefer to book ahead and celebrate Thanksgiving with a proper traditional "home cooked" meal.

Although buffets are synonymous with Vegas, you don't have to serve yourself this Thanksgiving. We round up 16 spots up, down and off the Strip for the plan-less to consider. If you see one you're especially interested in, make reservations right away or risk going with a lesser choice!

Meatball Spot at Town Square
Turkey meatball platter (three 'balls) with fresh cranberry sauce & signature stuffing for $10.95

Public House at Venetian
$48 prix fixe menu includes Butternut and Cider Soup, IPA-brined Breast and Sage Ice Cream
Add-ons include Yorkshire Pudding ($8 supplement) and beer pairings ($14)

Sugar Factory
$34 prix fixe menu includes Chicken Apple Sausage Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes and a Parker House Roll
Add a slice of pumpkin pie for $9.95, signature holiday cocktails also will be available

Thanksgiving on a plate at Sugar Factory.

The Barrymore at The Royal
Two Thanksgiving dinner options: a plated $48 dinner or a family style affair for a minimum of six for $58 a person
Plated dinner to feature Tom Turkey "Wellington" with Apricot Stuffing and Brown Sugar Sage Ice Cream; Family style presentation to include a Whole Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Stuffing, and more
Add wine for $23 per person

Hash House A Go Go
Thanksgiving Day specials range from $5.95 to $23.95 and include Pumpkin Bisque, Roasted Turkey Breast, and Stuffed Turkey Meatloaf
Specials available 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on November 22
Hash House A Go Go can be found inside Imperial Palace, the Plaza and M Resort

Ranch House Kitchen at Town Square
Thanksgiving meal includes turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and a side of a mini sweet potato melt, priced at $12.95

Ranch House Kitchen's Sweet Potato Melt.

FIRST at Venetian
Thanksgiving Extravaganza served at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
$42 per person, kids 5-12 pay $21 each, 5 years and younger will be free
Feast to include Hot Mulled Apple Cider, Roasted Pumpkin Corn Bisque, Turkey, Stuffing, and a PIE BAR

Society Cafe at Encore
$43 pre-fixe Thanksgiving Day menu available from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m.
Options to include Roasted Butternut Squash Soup, Slow Roasted Free Range Turkey and a Pumpkin Tart

Tender Steak & Seafood at Luxor
$49 three-course dinner includes such choices as Butternut Squash Ravioli, American Heirloom Organic Turkey, and Caramelized Pumpkin Maple Pie

Pumpkin pie at Tender.

Triple George Grill in Downtown Vegas
Three-course Thanksgiving feast served from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Comme Ca at The Cosmopolitan
$47 prix fixe family style Thanksgiving meal served from noon to 9 p.m., add $28 for booze

PBR Rock Bar at Miracle Mile
$19.95 Thanksgiving meal includes turkey, stuffing, cranberries, and a side of sweet potato melt
Add a Pumpkin Pie or Apple Pie Milkshake for $9.95

Thanksgiving in a mug at PBR Rock Bar.

Holstein's at The Cosmopolitan
Specialty dishes to include New England Turkey Burger ($14.50), Pumpkin Pie Bamboozled Shake ($11)

STK at The Cosmopolitan
$52 prix fixe Thanksgiving menu

T&T at Luxor
Holiday drinks and dishes range in price from $9 to $16
Selections include Turkey Tinga Enchiladas, Pumpkin Pie Shooters

Twin Creeks Steakhouse at Silverton
$45 specialty menu available from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.

(PHOTOS: Las Vegas Strip on Foursquare, Sugar Factory, Ranch House Kitchen, Tender, PBR Rock Bar)

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Huh?

Did you see that SUGAR FACTORY JUNK? $34 for a smidgin of food. There's not enough there to feed a child for starters. #2... that TURKEY came from a pre pressed LOAF of ground up turkey parts.UNBELIEVABLE!

Done it

Have been to LV several times at Christmas/Thanksgiving. The two meals that stand out are Aureole at Mandalay Bay (pricey,gourmet with several courses) and the buffet at MGM Grand.
We liked the buffet for Thanksgiving as we did not have to wait even though they were very busy. They had lots of staff for seating, serving etc..and the food was very good.

Meatball Mishap

Was super excited to try out the Turkey Meatball Special @ Pellegrino's Meatball Spot on Thanksgiving, as advertised, however they were CLOSED!!! :(

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