25 Las Vegas Restaurants That Have Thanksgiving Dinner Covered

Whether you’re ordering in or dining out.

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Think back to Thanksgiving last year. We were in the depths of the pandemic, coming off a nail-biting presidential election, and waiting to see if Vegas could get back on track as a tourist destination after a historic shutdown. Things feel a lot better this year, huh? We still have plenty of problems to worry about, but there's lots to be thankful for (including vaccines). So let's celebrate by binging on holiday cocktails and cranberry sauce. From traditional turkey meals to inventive mashups and even a few on-the-go bites, we've got you covered with the best restaurants to celebrate Thanksgiving in Las Vegas.

Trustworthy Brewing Co.
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Trustworthy Brewing Co.

Grand Canal Shoppes

Who says you can't enjoy local beer with a Thanksgiving meal? Trustworthy Brewing Co. has smoked turkey breast (with mashed potatoes, gravy, broccolini, stuffing, and cranberry sauce) and pepper-crusted bacon deviled eggs, a choice of butternut squash soup or Caesar salad, and pumpkin pie with vanilla bean ice cream. A heck of a deal for the price. So add on an optional beer pairing.
Cost: The full four-course meal is $36 and offered from 12–8 pm. Beer pairing is an extra $12. Kids ten and under receive a free turkey plate with the purchase of an adult meal.
How to book: View the full menu and make a reservation online.

DW Bistro

West Valley

DW Bistro is giving you a wide variety of options for a take-home holiday meal. Choose your size of turkey plus sides that range from succotash and candied carrots to cornbread and chorizo stuffing. Go with a classic pumpkin pie dessert or something fun like sweet potato pie or key lime tarts. Don't forget to add on a quart of the restaurant's awesome Bloody Mary mix for the next morning.
Cost: Prices vary.
How to book: Order online for pickup at 4 pm on Wednesday, November 24.

Available for Delivery/Takeout
Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas
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Hofbrauhaus is putting a Bavarian spin on the traditional American holiday. The beer hall is serving up a menu with specials like butternut squash cream soup, gebackener tortenbrie (fried brie cheese with winter salad and cranberries), and roast turkey with thyme gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, stuffing, yams, and a corn medley. Sip on Glühwein (mulled wine with holiday spices) and wrap things up with apple bread pudding with maple syrup bourbon ice cream.
Cost: Prices vary.
How to book: Call 702-853-BEER (2337) to book a reservation.

STK
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STK

The Cosmopolitan

The Cosmopolitan's party-centric steakhouse is putting a fine-dining touch on its Thanksgiving meal. Roasted free-range turkey breast with confit turkey thighs is served with foie gras stuffing, cranberry, maple sweet potatoes, sweet corn pudding, and Brussel sprouts. Save room for the dessert of spiced pumpkin pie with candied ginger cream and caramel honeycomb.
Cost: $79 per person.
How to book: Book a reservation online.

Sierra Gold
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Sierra Gold

Valleywide

Sometimes everything you want for Thanksgiving fits inside a bun. All six Sierra Gold and SG Bar locations (which operate under the PT's Taverns umbrella) are serving a Thanksgiving turkey hero sandwich on Italian bread with roast turkey, black forest ham, cornbread stuffing, cranberry mayo, and provolone cheese with sweet potato fries on the side. The sandwich is available as of November 21.
Cost: $13.
How to book: Sierra Gold and SG Bar locations are open 24 hours.

Water Grill
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Water Grill

Forum Shops at Caesars

Water Grill is best known for its fresh seafood, but is staying true to a traditional turkey meal for Thanksgiving. Enjoy herb-roasted turkey, apple-celery stuffing, cranberry sauce, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, and gravy with—here's the one unique twist—caramel bread pudding instead of pumpkin pie for dessert. If you still want some fish, the full regular menu will be available on Thanksgiving too.
Cost: The Thanksgiving meal is $68 per person.
How to book: Make a reservation online.

Available for Reservations

Honey Salt

West Valley

Let Honey Salt do all the cooking with a take-home meal large enough for six to eight people. It includes a 16-pound Red Bird organic, oven-roasted turkey, orange-cranberry sauce, gravy, rolls, brioche stuffing, mashed potatoes, yams, green beans, and bacon pumpkin pie.
Cost: $349 for the full meal.
How to book: Order by Friday, November 20, and select a pick-up time between 11 am and 1 pm on November 25.

Mon Ami Gabi
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Mon Ami Gabi

Paris Las Vegas

Give your holiday meal a French twist this Thanksgiving. Mon Ami Gabi has a four-course meal with smoked salmon or an endive and pear salad, fairytale pumpkin soup, herb-roasted turkey (with caramelized yams, cornbread stuffing, vanilla-cranberry relish, and other fixings), and pumpkin bread pudding or a pecan chocolate tart. Request a seat on the restaurant's famous patio (across the street from the Bellagio fountains) between 11 am and 10 pm or take a modified takeout version of the meal home.
Cost: Four-course prix fixe meal $49.95, carryout meal $39.95.
How to book: View the menu online and book a reservation 11 am–10 pm. Order carryout online or call 702-944-4224.

Marigold

Resorts World

Choose your own Thanksgiving adventure at Marigold. Go with a three-course, prix-fixe meal with a stuffed artichoke-mushroom pastry, 15-day-aged duck breast with vanilla bean sunchoke puree and heirloom carrots in a sour cherry sauce, and Bananas Foster bread pudding with cinnamon dulce de leche ice cream and orange rum sauce. Or do a family-style feast with turkey roulade, marshmallow sweet potatoes, fig-glazed Brussels sprouts, lobster creamed corn, sausage stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy, heirloom squash soup, and pecan pie topped with nutmeg chantilly.
Cost: Prix-fixe meal is $59 per person. Family-style meal is $330.
How to book: Call 702-676-6967 to book a reservation by November 19.

Boom Bang

Henderson

This brand new restaurant is serving up special Thanksgiving tarts—buttery pastries stuffed with turkey, cranberry, and other holiday-worthy flavors. It's a great item to bring to a party, available as singles or a dozen. You can also grab a pumpkin pie or Winter Morning (chocolate, caramel, and marshmallow) pie.
Cost: Tarts are $15. Pies are $25.
How to book: Pick up until 3 pm on Thanksgiving Day. Call 702-478-6200 to place an order.

NoMad Library is hosting Thanksgiving inside its dramatically designed dining room, wrapped in two levels of bookshelves. The upscale meal offers a choice of roast turkey, sea scallops, or Wagyu prime rib as the main course with a Brussels sprout "wedge" salad, burrata with acorn squash, or hamachi crudo as the appetizer. Pick between a blueberry cobbler or collection of tarts for dessert. If you're looking for something a little more simple, but also in a stylish environment, walk across the hallway to NoMad Bar, which will have its own version of a turkey dinner with crushed parsnip, squash, chestnut stuffing, and black truffle gravy.
Cost: The NoMad Library prix-fixe menu begins at $100 per person with options to add on white truffles and a $75 upgrade for wine pairings. The NoMad Bar turkey dinner begins at $35.
How to book: Book a reservation for NoMad Library or NoMad Bar via Seven Rooms.

Majordōmo
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Majordōmo

Venetian

No turkey? No problem. David Chang's Majordomo has a Thanksgiving weekend menu (available November 25-28) that stays far away from traditional dishes. Choose from tableside Mishima chateaubriand, served with grilled porcini-tamari, rose vinegar, and foie gras bordelaise, or family-style spicy bo ssam with cornbread and sausage stuffing, fresh oysters, rice, kimchi, and lettuce wraps.
Cost: Mishima chateaubriand $238, bo ssam $198.
How to book: Make a reservation via Seven Rooms.

Sit down and stay awhile or grab your Thanksgiving meal to go. The Fulton Street Food Hall on the casino floor of Harrah's has a traditional tom turkey dinner (with gravy, sausage and cornbread stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and cider-glazed Brussels sprouts), the Gobbler turkey sandwich (with stuffing, gravy, cranberry chutney, and herb mayo on a French baguette), and a "leftovers" burrito with turkey, mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, cheddar cheese, and cranberry sauce.
Cost: Turkey dinner $27.99, The Gobbler $17.99, "leftovers" burrito $17.99.
How to book: Just show up and line up at the counter.

José Andrés' steakhouse has an indulgent Thanksgiving Day dinner, headlined by a choice of Niman Ranch Heritage Turkey with a sous-vide breast and confit leg or Josper-roasted monkfish with mojo verde. Along the way, guests will have turkey croquetas, Caesar salad, green bean casserole with wild mushrooms, creamy Delmonico potatoes with cheddar cheese, and other bites. A pecan tart, layered pumpkin cake, and apple pie cream puff are on tap for dessert.
Cost: $95 per person.
How to book: Reserve a table via Seven Rooms 4–9:30 pm.

Kona Grill
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Kona Grill

West Valley

Kona Grill, one of our favorite drinking destinations with a rooftop deck, has a Thanksgiving menu from November 24 to November 28. Choose between three turkey variations: macadamia-crusted turkey with shoyu cream sauce, traditional roast turkey (both with miso mashed potatoes, green beans, and ginger-yuzu cranberry sauce) or a turkey mucho loco with sauteed turkey patties, sunny-side egg, cream gravy, whipped sweet potatoes, and crispy collards. Finish the meal off with a pumpkin pie or macadamia nut pie… or drink your dessert with a pumpkin spice old fashioned.
Cost: Macadamia-crusted turkey plate $32, traditional turkey plate $29, turkey mucho loco $28, pies $15, and Pumpkin Spice Old Fashioned $12.
How to book: Visit Kona Grill's website to book a reservation.

Jing

Summerlin

Chef Thomas Griese has a la carte Thanksgiving menu items with a subtle Asian touch. Feast on a Japanese chestnut and sausage turkey leg with almond and haricot verts, turkey stuffing, sweet potato gratin, citrus cranberry relish, and winter-spiced honey jus. The stylish Downtown Summerlin social spot will also serve a special Thanksgiving salad, salmon and beet sashimi, and a choice of pecan or pumpkin pie. Wash it all down with spiced wine or cranberry sangria.
Cost: Turkey dinner $36, Thanksgiving salad $14, sashimi $21, and pie $12.
How to book: Book a reservation online for between 2 pm and 8 pm.

Eataly
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Eataly

Park MGM

The Las Vegas version of Eataly will have regular hours (7 am–10 pm) on Thanksgiving Day. Stop by for holiday specials like a turkey panino on a half-baguette with cranberry sauce at Italian Street Food or a plate of roasted turkey with stuffing and a choice of butternut squash, green beans, Brussels sprouts, or polenta at La Macelleria butcher counter. Gran Caffe Milano will have a special Fall in Italy cocktail, which combines Wild Turkey Longbranch with Luxardo Apricot, Cynar, and lemon.
Cost: $15 for the turkey panino, $28 for turkey meal, and $16 for the Fall in Italy cocktail.
How to book: Visit Eataly on the Strip-side exterior of the Park MGM casino.

Hank's Fine Steaks & Martinis
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Henderson's best steakhouse has a Thanksgiving meal that includes free-range Diestel Farms turkey (white and dark meat), truffle brioche stuffing, potato puree, sauteed green beans, and cranberry sauce. Add on roasted pumpkin soup or a pumpkin torte with brown butter ice cream and butterscotch sauce. Hank's also has an expanded jumbo-sized to-go meal that feeds ten people.
Cost: Turkey dinner $59, soup $21, and pumpkin torte $10. To-go feast is $250.
How to book: Call 702-617-7075 to book a reservation or place a to-go order.

Available for Reservations
SoulBelly BBQ
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Find out why SoulBelly BBQ is one of our favorite restaurants in Vegas right now. Chef Bruce Kalman is smoking up a feast that includes turkey breast, gravy, mushroom and sausage dressing, mashed potatoes, almond green beans, candied yams with marshmallows and maple syrup, rolls, and a choice of pumpkin pie or chocolate silk pie.
Cost: Packages are $175 (four to six people) or $325 (eight to ten people).
How to book: Email SoulBelly BBQ catering by 5 pm on November 23 for pickup from 2–5 pm November 24 (Thanksgiving Eve).

Available for Delivery/Takeout

Locale Italian Kitchen

Mountain's Edge

New executive chef Leo Barrera has an Italian-style Thanksgiving takeaway meal for up to four people. The package is loaded with Italian-herb roasted turkey with gravy, dark meat turkey roulade, traditional stuffing (with the option to upgrade and add crispy pancetta), roasted sweet potatoes with paprika, creamy mushrooms with kale and tomatoes, garlic confit mashed potatoes, green bean almondine, sourdough bread with seasoned butter, and apple pie for dessert.
Cost: $125 (although price is expected to increase as we get closer to Thanksgiving). Apple pie is a $20 add on.
How to book: Call 702-330-0404 by 12 pm on November 23 to order for pick up November 24 (Thanksgiving Eve).

Virgil's Real BBQ
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Virgil's Real Barbecue has a Southern-style feast for six to eight people, featuring an 18-pound smoked turkey with giblet gravy, mashed potatoes, cornbread, sausage and pecan stuffing, marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, candied Brussels sprouts with pecans and smoked bacon, Creole green beans, and buttermilk biscuits. If that sounds like too much, individual plated portions are available when dining in.
Cost: Full feast is $275. Individual plates are $42.95.
How to book: Feasts are available for dine-in, delivery, or takeout. Place an order online or call 702-389-7400 for details and reservations.

The Westin hotel on the water at Lake Las Vegas is hosting its annual Grand Buffet for Thanksgiving with all the turkey, stuffing, potatoes, and other dishes you can eat. The spread will be available between 11 am and 4 pm.
Cost: $74.95 per adult. Kids ten and under are $34.95.
How to book: Call 702-567-6000 or visit the front desk to secure your spot with a reservation.

Rí Rá
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Rí Rá

Shoppes at Mandalay Place

One of the best Irish pubs in Las Vegas is giving you the choice between a traditional or Celtic-style Thanksgiving. An herb-roasted turkey dinner is served with pan gravy, sage stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, and a soft roll. The Kilbeggan Salmon is a baked salmon filet stuffed with cream cheese, dill, crab, and shrimp with a seafood cream sauce, champ, and asparagus. Either way, you'll want the pumpkin cheesecake with whipped cream for dessert—plus some whiskey from Ri Ra's extensive collection.
Cost: Turkey dinner $26.50, Kilbeggan Salmon $25.50, and pumpkin cheesecake $10.50.
How to book: Make a reservation online.

Available for Reservations
Triple George Grill
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This steakhouse—an old-school favorite near Fremont Street—has a three-course prix-fixe menu from 2–8 pm. Choose between cheddar apple butternut squash soup or poached pear salad before moving on to the main entree of roast turkey breast with braised turkey leg. Dessert is either pumpkin creme brulee or tiramisu with eggnog anglaise sauce.
Cost: $65 per person.
How to book: Book a reservation online.

Available for Reservations
Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
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Ferraro's has an Italian take on Thanksgiving in two different formats. Dine in for a multicourse meal featuring butternut squash ravioli or mushroom risotto, mixed green salad or ribollita (bean, vegetable, and bread soup), free-range turkey (with cranberry chutney, sausage stuffing, parmesan mashed potatoes, and green beans), and a crostata or dessert sampler. Ferraro's also has a takeaway meal for six to eight people, featuring salad or antipasto, baked pasta or butternut squash ravioli, turkey with a host of sides, and a ten-inch pumpkin pie.
Cost: Dine-in menu is $59 per person or $18 for children under 12. The to-go feast is $279.
How to book: Call 702-364-5300 to book a reservation for Thanksgiving (12–9 pm) or place an advance pickup order by November 15.

Rob Kachelriess has been writing about Las Vegas in Thrillist for more than eight years. His work has also appeared in Travel + Leisure, Trivago Magazine, Sophisticated Living, Modern Luxury, Leafly, Las Vegas Magazine, and other publications. He considers pumpkin pie an appetizer. Follow him on Twitter @rkachelriess.