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Dining Guide: Thanksgiving in Las Vegas 2015

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Bistro 57’s Thanksgiving dinner

Whether you want to dine in the ’burbs or plan an extravagant night out for Thanksgiving, ditch the pots and pans and let Vegas do the cooking. Keep scrolling for the most mouthwatering options served up on Turkey Day.

Andiron Steak & Sea's roasted heirloom squash soup

Andiron Steak & Sea Downtown Summerlin’s steakhouse is serving up a three-course menu with roasted heirloom squash soup, grilled Scottish salmon or turkey and all the sides. Service begins at noon, $55 per person, optional beverage pairing $25 per person, 702-685-8002.

Bistro 57 The Aliante Casino bistro serves up turkey, chestnut dressing, mashed potatoes, roasted Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, a dinner roll and pecan pie á la mode. Opens at noon, $25, 702-692-7777.

Carmine’s The Italian eatery’s traditional Thanksgiving meal feeds up to a family of eight and includes one 18-pound roasted turkey, sausage and sage stuffing, homemade cranberry sauce, Brussels sprouts, sautéed string beans, sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows and maple syrup and mashed potatoes with giblet gravy—plus dessert! $240, Forum Shops, 702-473-9700.

Crush Prepared by chef Billy DeMarco, Crush will offer sliced turkey breast with sausage, bacon and root vegetable stuffing with cranberry jelly for $16 per plate. Side dishes are priced at $8 and include roasted chestnuts and Brussels sprouts, maple glazed yams and more. Dinner begins at 5:30 p.m., MGM Grand, 702-891-3222.

DB Brasserie Start with Daniel Boulud’s autumn salad with duck prosciutto, then move to New Hampshire organic turkey with cranberry chestnut stuffing, caramelized yams, bacon-wrapped haricot vert, garlic mashed potatoes and giblet gravy. Service begins at 4 p.m., $55, optional beverage pairing $39, Venetian, 702-430-1235.

Delmonico Steakhouse Get all your Thanksgiving fixings—roasted turkey breast, braised leg and thigh, cornbread stuffing, stewed green beans, herb gravy and homemade cranberry sauce—at Emeril Lagasse's Venetian restaurant. Open 3-9 p.m., $42, 702-414-3737.

Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House Pan-seared sea scallops with roasted butternut squash soup, Louisiana baked oysters with hickory smoked bacon, gulf shrimp and oyster mushroom ragout with smoked fontina cheese and absinthe-spiked hollandaise and Belgian beef short ribs. Is your mouth watering? 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m.; $70, additional wine pairing $50, MGM Grand, 702-891-7374.

Farm 24-7 Enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving lunch or dinner with salad and dessert for $16 per person. 11 a.m.–11 p.m., Aliante Casino, 702-692-7777.

Hash House A Go Go's Thanksgiving dinner

Hash House A Go Go The local favorite is serving up Thanksgiving favorites like butternut squash soup ($5), roasted turkey breast with homemade mashed potatoes and rosemary gravy, old-school dressing, carrots, baby green beans, grilled corn on the cob and cranberry sauce ($17), a turkey pot pie ($17), pumpkin bread pudding ($7) and more. Multiple locations, times vary, hashhouseagogo.com.

Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar Chef Brian Massie has created a menu with classics like turkey breast with cranberry relish, wood-roasted prime rib, roasted squash ravioli, seared king salmon and more. 2-8 p.m., $55, Red Rock Resort, 702-797-7344.

La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway Celebrate Thanksgiving with a traditional feast. Dinner includes confit turkey breast ($21) topped with sage gravy and cranberry apple compote. Side dishes, priced at $8, include bacon stuffing, braised collard and mustard greens, mashed potatoes with sage gravy and sweet potato purée with caramelized marshmallows. Wynn, 702-770-7375.

Marie Callender’s Don’t want to cook this Thanksgiving but still want to enjoy dinner at home? Marie Callender’s is serving up five take-home Holiday Feasts including an oven-roasted turkey breast feast ($99.99) with all the trimmings (which serves four to six), as well as a ham feast ($110) and an ultimate ham & turkey feast that serves six to eight ($150). For those who want to dine-in on Thanksgiving, adults can grub on holiday classics for $20 and children can eat for $9. Multiple locations, mariecallenders.com.

McCall’s Heartland Grill Herb-roasted turkey breast with Jack Daniel’s gravy and eight side dishes including maple Kahlúa-roasted yams and jalapeño-cranberry chutney—you can’t go wrong. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., adults $23, children $13, Stratosphere, 702-380-7777.

Morels French Steakhouse and Bistro Enjoy oven-roasted free-range turkey with brioche stuffing, glazed autumn root vegetables, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, giblet gravy and house-made cranberry compote. Includes an appetizer and dessert. 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m., $72 adults, $29 children, Palazzo, 702-607-6333.

MRKT Sea & Land Sink your teeth into a three-course dinner that includes slow-roasted turkey breast, herb stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, candied yams, green beans and a slice of pumpkin pie cheesecake or apple pie. Opens at 3 p.m., $35, Aliante, 702-692-7777.

Pink Taco There’s nothing like Madre Rosas’ meatloaf ($14), made with beef and pork with guajillo chile and tomatillo, smothered with fried egg and relleno sauce. For a traditional spin, try the turkey tasting— a taco, enchilada and tamale served with a roasted beet and arugula salad. November 23-29, Hard Rock Hotel, 702- 693-5525.

PBR Rock Bar The traditional dinner includes house-smoked turkey breast, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, stuffing, cranberry relish and a cornbread muffin. Classic holiday desserts such as pumpkin pie with whipped cream and apple pie á la mode will be available at an additional cost. $20, Planet Hollywood, 702-750-1685.

Rí Rá Dive into an Irish take on the traditional turkey dinner, featuring herb-roasted turkey with rosemary gravy, savory sage stuffing, smashed Yukon gold potatoes, green bean casserole, house-made cranberry sauce and a soft dinner roll. $21.95, Mandalay Bay, 702- 632-7771.

Rockhouse The Venetian “ultra-dive bar” mixes up the holidays with items like the turkey dog ($7) with stuffing, cranberry ketchup and gravy or steak and potato tacos ($9) with carne asada, fried potatoes and creamed spinach. November 23 through the end of the year, Venetian, 702-731-9683.

Roxy’s Diner The retro-themed diner’s staff will be singing classic oldies while serving up a three-course Thanksgiving dinner. $16.99, Stratosphere, 702-380-7777.

Table 10 The Palazzo restaurant offers a traditional turkey dinner with wild mushroom dressing, green beans and more. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., $42, 702-607-6363.

Tacos & Tequila The Luxor taqueria has a special turkey chimichanga with turkey picadillo and brioche stuffing on its menu through Thanksgiving weekend. November 23-29, $15, 702-262-5225.

Top of the World Restaurant Impress your date with beautiful views of the Valley (the restaurant makes a gradual 360-degree rotation in 80 minutes 800 feet above Las Vegas) and indulge in a four-course meal with butternut squash ravioli, roasted pumpkin soup, roasted free-range turkey and a pumpkin tart with butterscotch crème anglaise. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., $79 per person, Stratosphere, 702-380-7777.

Trevi The Italian restaurant celebrates Thanksgiving Day with a prix-fixe menu with roasted pumpkin soup or salad, a Diestel turkey, mashed potatoes, yams, green beans and a pumpkin Nutella budino. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., $35, Forum Shops at Caesars, 702-735-4663.

35 Steaks + Martinis From the sautéed magret of duck ($42) to the braised lamb shank ($39) with golden raisins, lemon confit, tamarind, tabbouleh and cardamom-fenugreek, there’s something for every palate. All dishes are served with a complimentary salad and pumpkin cheesecake. November 26-29, Hard Rock Hotel, 702-693-5500.

Via Brasil Steakhouse The neighborhood churrascaria’s got your holiday covered with a rodizio Thanksgiving prepared by chef Jimmy Garibay. Whole 24-pound turkeys will be carved tableside and the restaurant’s gourmet appetizer bar features a buffet of 35 different Thanksgiving dishes. All-you-can-eat Thanksgiving lunch, $40, 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; all-you-can-eat Thanksgiving dinner, $50, 3-9 p.m. Children four and under, free; children five to six $5; children seven to 12, $25, 1225 S. Fort Apache Road, 702-804-1400.

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