The NoMad Library may be one of the most romantic restaurants in Las Vegas right now, but don't overlook the NoMad Bar across the hallway in this hotel-within-a-hotel at the Park MGM. It's a sophisticated spot with classic New York City style, live piano music, and an elevated take on bar food with a dry-aged beef burger, black truffle chicken pot pie, and an overloaded hot fudge sundae. Meanwhile, the cocktail list offers fresh takes on old favorites (like a coffee and chocolate Manhattan or an Old Fashioned with tropical Tiki touches). The NoMad Bar is also bringing back its weekend brunch in time for spring, giving you a fresh chance to wash down your short rib hash or lobster benedict with a "cocktail explosion" large enough for up to eight people to share or bottomless bubbles with fresh-pressed juices.
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.