Where to Eat Thanksgiving in Las Vegas This Year
Whether you’re in the mood for a traditional, Southern-inspired, or even a vegan feast, Sin City’s best restaurants have you covered.
Joining friends and family around the table for a hearty Thanksgiving dinner is one of the best things about fall in Las Vegas. Then again, who really wants to do all of that cooking? Some restaurants in Las Vegas are perfect for getting friends and family together this holiday season. Others are going all out with indulgent menus for a Turkey Day to remember. From traditional dinners to inventive mashups and even a few on-the-go bites, we've got you covered with the best restaurants that are ready to help you celebrate Thanksgiving in Las Vegas.
7th & Carson
7th & Carson has a Thanksgiving Day feast to enjoy in-house (with spiked apple cider to kick things off) or to go. Roasted Turkey is served with house-made gravy, traditional stuffing, Sweet Potato Mash, Green Beans, Baby Brussels Sprouts, and Cranberry Jelly. The meal also includes Roasted Butternut Squash Soup, Harvest Salad, and a Pumpkin Cake for dessert.
Cost: The meal begins at $70 per person.
How to book: Email the restaurant or call 702-868-3355 to place an order or book a reservation.
Sparrow + Wolf
Chef Brian Howard is putting an eclectic spin on holiday dining with a special three-course menu, which will be the only meal served at Sparrow + Wolf on Thanksgiving. The meal begins with Cranberry and Curry Sourdough, Crispy Half Bird Chicken Roulade, and a red wine-poached apple, endive, and beet salad, followed by a Chestnut and Mushroom Dumpling with shaved foie gras and a main event of Duck Breast with Sichuan peppercorn sauce, Potato Pavé, and Crispy Brussels Sprouts. Finish things off with Challah Bread Pudding and ume ice cream. Two fall-themed specialty cocktails will be offered too.
Cost: The meal is $75 per person.
How to book: Seating is available 4-8 pm via OpenTable.
Yardbird is known for its Southern-style fried chicken, but the restaurant is shifting focus to an Herb-Roasted Turkey for Thanksgiving, served with Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean Casserole, Cranberry Compote, and Giblet Gravy. Other special dishes served a la carte include Lobster Mac n' Cheese, Biscuit and Sage Stuffing, Charleston She-Crab Soup, Brown Butter Bourbon Pumpkin Pie, and more.
Cost: Turkey platter is $42. Prices vary for other dishes.
How to book: Thanksgiving menus are available for dine-in or takeaway orders. Book a reservation online or call 702-297-6541.
Skip the meat and enjoy a plant-based Thanksgiving at Tal Ronnen's Crossroads Kitchen. The three-course meal includes an Autumn Chopped Salad, a choice of breaded "Scallopini" or pulled king oyster mushrooms with mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, Brussels sprouts in maple mustard glaze, and sweet potato biscuits with maple butter, followed by Pumpkin Mousse Cheesecake or Cranberry Sorbet for dessert.
Cost: $65 per person.
How to book: Book a reservation online.
Kassi Beach House
Put a stylish spin on Thanksgiving at Kassi Beach House. A four-course holiday menu begins with charcuterie, followed by Potato Gnocchi, Arancini, Braciole (a meat and tomato combo), and a main course of Turkey Roulade and Zuppa Di Pesce (seafood stew) with braised greens, brown butter corn, Italian green beans, and creamy polenta. A Pumpkin Upside-Down Cake is served for dessert with spiced whipped topping.
Cost: $65 per person with wine/cocktail pairings for an additional $36.
How to book: Book a reservation online.
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 pumpkin-cranberry bread pudding with cinnamon sauce and vanilla ice cream.
Cost: Prices vary.
How to book: Call 702-853-BEER (2337) to book a reservation.
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, Maple Sweet Potatoes, Sweet Corn Pudding, Brussels Sprouts, and cranberry. Save room for the dessert of Spiced Pumpkin Pie with candied ginger cream and caramel honeycomb. The meal is available all Thanksgiving weekend, Thursday November 24-Sunday, November 27.
Cost: $79 per person.
How to book: Call 702-698-7990 or book a reservation online.
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 all month long in November.
How to book: Sierra Gold and SG Bar locations are open 24 hours.
Water Grill is best known for its fresh seafood, but is staying true to a traditional turkey meal for Thanksgiving. Enjoy Herb-Roasted Turkey, Sourdough Apple-Celery Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, and gravy, with a choice of clam chowder or salad as the appetizer, and Caramel Bread Pudding or Pumpkin Cheesecake 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 ($25 for children under 12).
How to book: Make a reservation via OpenTable.
Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres
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 Endive 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: $120 per person.
How to book: Reserve a table via Seven Rooms 4–9 pm.
Hank's Fine Steaks & Martinis
The Henderson steakhouse has a Thanksgiving menu with a choice of Organic Turkey with Truffle Brioche Stuffing, and Cranberry Sauce or Seared Golden Snapper with mussels, clams, shrimp, scallops, potatoes, and fennel in a saffron broth. Begin with Roasted Pumpkin Soup and finish things off with a Pecan Pie Bar.
Cost: Turkey dinner $62, seafood stew $75, soup $24, and pecan pie bar $12.
How to book: Call 702-617-7075 to book a reservation.
Find out why SoulBelly is one of the best barbecue joints in Las Vegas. Chef Bruce Kalman is smoking up a takeaway feast that includes turkey breast, gravy, chestnut and apple dressing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, roasted broccoli and pecans, candied yams with marshmallows and maple syrup, cornbread, and a choice of pumpkin pie or apple pie.
Cost: Packages are $100 (two people), $195 (four to six people) or $345 (eight to ten people).
How to book: Email SoulBelly BBQ catering by November 19 for pickup from 2–5 pm November 23 (Thanksgiving Eve).
Locale has an Italian-style Thanksgiving takeaway meal for up to four people. The package is loaded with Herb-Roasted Turkey Breast with gravy (with the upgrade option to add a Tomahawk Ribeye), traditional stuffing (with the upgrade option to add crispy pancetta), Roasted Sweet Potatoes with paprika, Sauteed Mushrooms, Garlic Confit Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean Almondine, Caesar salad, sourdough bread with seasoned butter, and Pumpkin Bread Pudding for dessert.
Cost: $159 for four
How to book: Call 702-330-0404 by November 22 to order for pick up November 23 (Thanksgiving Eve).
Virgil's Real BBQ
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 and Sausage 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 $295. Individual plates are $42.95. Add on an apple or pumpkin pie for an additional $25.
How to book: Feasts are available for dine-in, delivery, or takeout. Place an order online or call 702-389-7400 for reservations.
Ri Ra Irish Pub
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, and Cranberry Sauce. 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 $27.25, Kilbeggan Salmon $26.25, and pumpkin cheesecake $10.50.
How to book: Make a reservation online with OpenTable.
Ferraro's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
Ferraro's has an Italian take on Thanksgiving in two different formats. Dine in for a multicourse meal featuring Pistachio and Potato Gnocchi, Beet and Mozzarella Salad, Butternut Squash Ravioli or Mushroom Risotto with a main course of Free-Range Turkey (with cranberry chutney, sausage stuffing, potato puree, and green beans), and Pistachio Cannoli, Pumpkin Pie, or Tramisu for dessert. Ferraro's also has a takeaway meal for six to eight people, featuring a similar menu and a ten-inch pumpkin pie.
Cost: Dine-in menu is $69 per person or $20 for children under 12. The to-go feast is $360.
How to book: Call 702-364-5300 to book a reservation for Thanksgiving or place an advance pickup order by November 14.