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Thanksgiving Dining Guide: A rundown of holiday offerings in Las Vegas

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STK Las Vegas at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has a Thanksgiving offering that includes: herb-roasted turkey breast with confit turkey legs, chestnut stuffing, orange cranberry chutney, sweet potato puree, mashed potatoes and green beans topped with gravy.

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If you aren’t cooking Thanksgiving dinner at home, Las Vegas has plenty of options. OK, Las Vegas has too many options.

Whether it’s up and down the Strip or at a neighborhood casino, there are plenty of choices — and in a variety of price ranges. Restaurants and buffets will likely be packed because 300,000 visitors are expected, and many locals also will be dining out.

Here’s our Thanksgiving dining guide, which excludes buffets. Those are in virtually every casino, some featuring hour-plus wait times and many well worth the wait for the holiday favorites.

Here’s wishing all of our readers a safe holiday. Enjoy!

Aliante

Bistro 57’s special is traditional turkey dinner with cranberry dressing, sweet potatoes, green beans and a slice of pecan pie. Cost: $25.

FARM is offering a three-course meal that includes a salad for starters and a main course of oven-roasted turkey breast, mashed potatoes and gravy, sugar-glazed roasted carrots, cranberry apple stuffing and cranberry sauce. Pumpkin pie is the dessert option. Cost: $18.

MRKT will offer a special three-course meal, beginning with the option of crème of roasted butternut squash soup or a braised red and golden beet salad with goat cheese. The main course features slow-roasted turkey breast with herb stuffing, whipped potatoes and gravy, candied yams and green beans. Rich pumpkin cheesecake is for dessert. Cost: $45.

Aria

The Aria Cafe menu starts with butternut squash soup or spinach salad. The main course is herb-roasted chicken with mashed potatoes, stuffing, vegetables, Brussels sprouts, cranberry relish and a sweet potato biscuit. The dessert is pumpkin cheesecake with caramel milk sauce. Cost: $45.

Bardot Brasserie starts with a choice of lobster thermidor or chestnut soup. The main course is whole roasted turkey with wild mushroom and roast stuffing, or triple-black angus prime rib. The sides are haricots verts amandine, mashed potatoes and fruit compote. Dessert is chocolate macaron or apple tarte tatin. Cost: $75.

Herringbone offers a family-style meal starting with smoked salmon pastrami toast, wild mushroom and black truffle risotto and roasted pumpkin soup. The second course is roasted turkey roulade with apricots, dates, smoked bacon, cranberry sauce and gravy. Side dishes include candied yams, green bean casserole and cornbread stuffing. For dessert it is the choice of pumpkin pie or bread pudding. Cost: $70.

Sage has a three-course offering that starts with kabocha squash soup, a main course of turkey with chestnuts, bread pudding, celery and natural jus, and a dessert of molasses ginger cake with cream cheese ice cream, a maple crisp and rum-poached pear. Cost: $69.

Bally’s

The menu at BLT Steak begins with the choice of celeriac soup or squash salad, followed by entree picks of dry-aged prime rib, roasted turkey and Scottish salmon. Sides are chestnut-sausage stuffing, Brussels sprouts gratin and sweet potato puree. Pumpkin tart and cranberry spiced bread pudding are for dessert. Cost: $75

Burger Brasserie has roasted root vegetable salad ($12), roasted turkey ($18), pumpkin cheesecake ($8) and traditional apple pie ($8).

Bellagio

Spago has a three-course meal beginning with a salad of shaved apple, cider vinaigrette, walnuts and dried cherries, or roasted pumpkin soup. The main course is a turkey breast with sausage and cornbread stuffing, potato puree, fresh beans, wild mushroom ragout, glazed yams and cranberry-apple compote. The dessert is pumpkin souffle, shortbread cookie ice cream and spiced caramel, or sweet potato tart. Cost: $74.

Fix has a main course of roasted turkey, sausage stuffing, bacon green beans and cranberry sauce. Cost: $59.

Harvest by Roy Ellamar starts its offerings with a Brussels sprouts salad or butternut squash soup. The main course is a turkey breast with mushroom stuffing and gravy, or filet mignon, carrot puree and red wine sauce. The sides include vegetables and crushed potatoes with scallion. For dessert, it is pumpkin tart with pumpkin spiced ice cream. Cost: $75 (additional $40 with wine pairing).

Le Cirque has a multi-course offering that begins with Maryland Blue Crab, Japanese Yellowtail, or lobster and avocado salad. The next course is sauteed foie gras, creamy risotto or carnaroli risotto. The main course is potato-crusted Mediterranean sea-bass, roasted turkey or Japanese wagyu beef sirloin. For dessert, it is a chocolate ball of praline mousse, white chocolate ice cream and hazelnut caramel crunch. Cost: $155; additional $88 for wine pairing.

Michael Mina’s multi-course offering begins with an amuse-bouche of basil pavlova of black truffle, beet tartare and chives. For the first course, pick between seared foie gras or a salad of frosted beets and pears. The second course is a pick of lobster pot pie or cauliflower soup. The third course is a turkey dinner with green bean casserole, porcini stuffing and gravy, or spice-crusted fried red snapper with bean sprouts, yams and coconut-green curry, or center cut prime fillet with spinach and roasted salsify. For dessert, a trio of chocolate and hazelnut torte, custard and apple cider, and cranberry and orange cake. Cost: $135; additional $88 for wine pairing.

Boulder Station

The Broiler’s three-course offering starts with butternut squash bisque with apples, crème fraiche and crispy leeks. The main course is herb-roasted turkey served with whipped potatoes, apple sausage cornbread stuffing, Brussels sprouts, classic gravy and citrus cranberry sauce. For dessert, it’s pumpkin cheesecake with pumpkin spiced caramel sauce and whipped cream. Cost: $38.

Guadalajara has roasted turkey mole, tamale stuffing, frijoles borracho and elotes corn salad. Cost: $12.99

Pasta Cucina has turkey dinner with pesto rubbed turkey, Italian sausage stuffing, mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, candied yams, cranberry sauce, sautéed balsamic green beans. Cost $21. Add on dessert of pumpkin spiced affogato with pumpkin ice cream, espresso and whipped cream for $8.

Caesars Palace

Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen menu begins with a choice of a beet salad with Greek yogurt, pomegranate and pumpkin seed granola or pumpkin soup with Tuscan kale, granny smith apples and a tempura seed tuile. For the main course, it’s turkey Wellington, served with potato puree, glazed Brussels sprouts and turkey jus with sides of chestnut stuffing and cranberry sauce. For dessert, it’s sticky toffee pudding with speculoos ice cream. Cost: $75.

Mesa Grill will offer several items, including a jumbo lump crab cake with a habanero tartar sauce, avocado crema and pickled chili slaw; horseradish-maple glazed turkey with orange-sage butter, creamed kale, sweet potato gratin, wild mushroom-chorizo cornbread stuffing, smoked chili gravy and cranberry-tangerine relish; and a porterhouse pork chop made with a pomegranate glaze, pumpkin tamale and cranberry butter. For dessert, it’s apple pie served with cinnamon ice cream. Cost: Not given.

Old Homestead Steakhouse has a three-course meal that starts with Caesar salad or butternut squash soup. The main course is roasted turkey served with apple sausage and giblet gravy, or a duo of turkey and an 8-ounce filet mignon with all the trimmings. Included sides are sweet potatoes with marshmallow topping and Brussels sprouts. End with a slice of traditional pumpkin pie or pecan pie. Cost: $69

Rao’s three-course menu begins with a choice of butternut squash and roasted apple bisque, frisee salad or portobello fritti. The second course is a choice of oven-roasted turkey or duck cannelloni. Dessert options include a choice of pumpkin cheesecake or Dutch apple pie. An assortment of a la carte sides include traditional stuffing, cranberry sauce, roasted Brussels sprouts, candied yams and mac and cheese. Cost: $65

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill starts with sweet potato soup with sage and bacon brown butter or a Brussels salad with bread pudding. The main course is turkey leg pie made with root vegetables. For dessert, it’s spiced apple pie. Cost: $65 per person, or $95 with a beer and wine pairing

 

Searsucker Las Vegas has an all-you-can-eat feast of whole turkey topped with pan sauce, sausage stuffing, candied heirloom carrots, stuffed sweet potatoes with gruyere cheese and smoked bacon, and cranberry side featuring orange zest and mint. Cost: $59 ($19 for children 12 and under).

The California

Redwood Steakhouse meal includes turkey with cornbread and sausage stuffing, homemade turkey gravy, buttery mashed potatoes, pecan-candied yams and Brussels sprouts. A second is honey-baked ham with pineapple butter glaze, roasted red potatoes, green bean casserole, candied yams and a cornbread muffin. For dessert, pumpkin or custard pie will be offered. Cost: $28.

Market Street Café will offer the choice of a traditional roasted turkey with all the trimmings or a baked ham dinner drizzled with fruit sauce and all the trimmings as well. Pumpkin pie is for dessert. Cost: $12.99.

Cannery

Carve Prime Rib’s multi-course meal features sliced, roasted turkey with giblet gravy, fresh herbed stuffing, sweet potatoes, buttery mashed potatoes, haricot verts and cranberry relish. The meal is paired with the diner’s choice of shrimp cocktail or acorn squash bisque, along with house salad and a holiday apple tart. Cost: $26.99.

Victory’s Cafe will offer a choice of turkey or baked ham served with giblet gravy, dressing, mashed potatoes, glazed yams, vegetables, cranberry sauce and dinner rolls. The special will begin with a dinner salad. For dessert, it has pumpkin, apple or cherry pie. Cost: $12.99

Eastside Cannery

Snaps’ three-course turkey and ham dinner starts with the choice of pumpkin bisque soup or a house salad. The main course is slow-roasted turkey and honey-baked holiday ham served with green beans, mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, candied yams and gravy. Pumpkin or apple pie with whipped cream is for dessert. Cost: $12.99.

Circus Circus

The Steak House at Circus Circus has an offering that begins with black bean soup or a salad. The main course is a roasted turkey breast, with your choice or whipped or garlic mashed potatoes. The meal includes gravy, candied yams, cornbread dressing, vegetables, cranberry sauce and yams. Apple, pumpkin or pecan pie for dessert. Cost: $42.95.

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

STK Las Vegas’ offerings include herb-roasted turkey breast with confit turkey legs, chestnut stuffing, orange cranberry chutney, sweet potato puree, mashed potatoes and green beans topped with gravy. For dessert, pumpkin cheesecake in a jar with gingersnap crumble and spiced whipped cream. Cost: $65 per person

Beauty & Essex’s five-course offering begins with the pick of artichoke-grilled flatbread, chile relleno empanadas, grilled cheese, smoked bacon and tomato soup dumplings or Korean fried chicken. The second course is Caesar toast, avocado, lemon and espelette toast, or beet and creamy burrata toast. The next course is kale and apple salad. The main course is turkey, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing and charred green beans. For dessert, it’s pumpkin graham bars and pecan pie bites. Cost: $52.

Blue Ribbon has roasted turkey breast with pan sauce gravy, truffle mashed potatoes, sugar-glazed carrots, mushroom bread stuffing and cranberry sauce. Cost: $38.

The Cromwell

The Giada menu starts with an antipasto platter of fennel crostini, prosciutto di parma, pecorino Toscano cheese with honeycomb and butternut squash caponata. For the second course, pick between salad made with Tuscan kale, candied walnuts and goat cheese or roasted acorn squash soup with parmesan croutons and apple chutney. The main entrée is a turkey dinner of white and dark meat served with mashed potatoes, fennel stuffin’ muffin, green beans and cranberry mostarda. To finish, choose between “souffled” pumpkin cheesecake with Pepita brittle and cinnamon sweet cream gelato or a chocolate walnut tart with stracciatella gelato. Cost: $90.

Eldorado Casino

At Mary’s Diner, the turkey dinner starts with a choice of soup or salad. The main course also includes stuffing, root vegetables, mashed potatoes and gravy, candied yams and a slice of holiday pie. Cost: $9.99.

Flamingo Las Vegas

Center Cut Steakhouse has a four-course menu starting with butternut squash and fennel soup, followed by a lacinato kale salad made with Nueske’s bacon, hearts of palm, granny smith apple and huckleberry vin. For the main course, it is herb roasted turkey breast, sage and rye stuffing, green beans almondine, baked sweet potato with maple-bourbon butter and marshmallow cream and cranberry compote. Cost: $59.95

Fiesta Henderson

Fuego Steakhouse’s three-course offering starts with butternut squash bisque with apples, crème fraiche and crispy leeks. The main course is herb-roasted turkey served with whipped potatoes, apple sausage cornbread stuffing, Brussels sprouts, classic gravy and citrus cranberry sauce. For dessert, it’s pumpkin cheesecake with pumpkin spiced caramel sauce and whipped cream. Cost: $38.

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The Thanksgiving spread at Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab inside the The Forum Shops at Caesars.

The Forum Shops at Caesars

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab will offer sliced turkey breast with leg and thigh confit and pan gravy, along with stuffing, cheesy mashed potatoes, cranberry relish, green beans, and butternut squash with toasted marshmallows. For dessert, it’s pumpkin pie. Price: $54.95 for adults; $27.95 for children 5-12; free for children under 5

Trevi’s three-course meal begins with roasted pumpkin soup made with candied pecans and crème fraiche. For the main course, turkey porchetta with stuffing, mashed potatoes, roasted yams, green bean casserole and turkey gravy. For dessert, the offering is pumpkin mousse with pecan whipped cream and pumpkin seed brittle. Costs $45.

Gold Coast

The menu at Cornerstone includes starters of beef carpaccio for $11; turkey sliders for $9; baked brie with cranberry and pecan skillet for $10; butternut squash and pumpkin bisque for $8; traditional shrimp cocktail for $14; chopped Caesar salad for $8; or house wedge salad for $8. The main course includes: turkey dinner for $28; stuffed pork loin for $29; and pan-seared salmon for $29. Steak entrée options include filet mignon for $30; bone-in ribeye for $38; New York steak for $33; and prime rib of beef for $29 or prime rib for $33. The sides of grilled asparagus, crispy bacon green beans, creamed corn and Brussels sprouts are each $7. For $8, the dessert includes sweet potato bread pudding, toasted apple spice cake or a caramel pear and cheesecake trifle.

Grand Canal Shoppes

Buddy V’s Ristorante’s multi-course menu begins with roasted butternut squash soup with spiced apples, pepitas, and panna dolce. For the main course, turkey breast served with turkey sausage, pancetta-herb stuffing, roasted potatoes and vegetables, cranberry relish and classic gravy. For dessert, pumpkin bundt cake with cream cheese frosting, caramel and candied walnuts. Cost: $48; Wine pairing $30 per person.

Green Valley Ranch Resort

Tides will offer a main course of apple brined Cajun turkey breast with Andouille sausage, cornbread stuffing, roasted garlic skin-on mashed potatoes, roasted carrots and parsnips, giblet gravy and cranberry sauce. Cost: $24. Add-on items are crab and corn chowder for $6; pumpkin brulee for $8.

Hank’s main course is roasted turkey breast, confit turkey legs, sour cherry and truffle brioche stuffing, turkey jus, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, sweet potato puree and buttered mashed potatoes. Cost: $48. Add-on items: Spiced pumpkin soup for $10; Crispy pork belly and pepita brittle for $12; Apple tart with dulce de leche ice cream and a caramel twist for $12.

Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca has a three-course meal featuring organic turkey lightly brushed with sage butter and topped with giblet gravy. They also have prime rib served with herb potatoes and rosemary beef. Cost: Not given

Hard Rock

MB Steak has an 18-ounce center cut filet mignon, sliced for two and served with roasted baby sweet potatoes and a sage peppercorn sauce, priced at $120. It also has herb-roasted turkey breast with a truffle-braised thigh and leg, accompanied by sourdough stuffing, haricots verts with roasted mushroom cream, turkey jus and cranberry port wine relish. Cost: $45

Harrah’s

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill has a three-course dinner starting with butternut squash bisque made with bourbon whipped crème fraiche and Applewood bacon bits. For the main course, roasted turkey dinner with spice-rubbed, white meat turkey, mashed potatoes, cornbread dressing, braised collard greens, mini roasted sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and herb-infused turkey gravy. For dessert, it’s pumpkin pie. Cost: $25.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House starts with your choice between lobster bisque, Caesar salad or house salad. For the entrée course, pick either roasted turkey breast dinner with housemade gravy, stuffing and cranberry sauce or an 8-ounce petite filet with shrimp. Mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, sautéed mushrooms and creamed spinach are the side dish options. For dessert, they’ll serve pumpkin cheesecake a la mode. Cost: $77.

Jokers Wild

At Court Café, the offerings include choice of soup or salad, turkey along with stuffing, root vegetables, mashed potatoes and gravy, candied yams and a slice of holiday pie. Cost: $9.99.

The Linq

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar has a grilled turkey burger with stuffing, cranberry relish and mayonnaise served on a brioche bun. Guy’s turkey dinner is served with house smoked turkey breast, everything stuffing, smoked sweet potatoes, fresh peas, bourbon cream gravy and cranberry relish. Cost: $32.50.

Luxor

The Pyramid Cafe has roasted turkey, apple pecan stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes and gravy. Cost: $14.99.

Tender has a multi-course meal starting with the pick of lobster ravioli, garden salad or kabocha pumpkin soup. The main course is roasted turkey, confit leg and thigh stuffing, and gravy. Sides include Brussels sprouts with bacon, green beans and whipped sweet potatoes. Pumpkin cheesecake and homemade apple crisps are for dessert. Cost: $68.

Main Street Station

Triple 7 has a special of traditional roast turkey with all the trimmings or a baked ham dinner drizzled with fruit sauce and all the trimmings. Pumpkin pie is for dessert. Cost: $14.99.

Mandalay Bay

House of Blues Restaurant & Bar starts with a salad of baby lettuces, blue cheese, pomegranate seeds, roasted tomatoes and pumpkin vinaigrette, or butternut squash soup. The main course is citrus and herb roasted turkey breast with mashed potatoes, cornbread stuffing, braised collard greens, honey glazed carrots, pan gravy and cranberry sauce. Dessert is a pie jar of graham cracker, toffee, banana and whipped cream. Cost: $40.

Lupo by Wolfgang Puck has a multi-course offering beginning with the choice of greens salad or acorn squash tortelli. The second course is turkey with ciabatta and Italian sausage stuffing, Brussels sprouts, potato puree, cranberry relish and gravy. For dessert, it is white chocolate cheesecake with candied cranberries. Cost: $49

MGM Grand

Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House has appetizers of seared duck breast, sweet potato and kumquat biscuit, foie gras gravy and charred brussels sprouts for $18 each. The main course is roasted turkey breast, cornbread stuffing, haricot vert, black garlic mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce for $42. For dessert, it is pumpkin and pecan trifle for $10.

Crush will serve sliced turkey breast with sausage, bacon and root vegetable stuffing, along with mashed potatoes and cranberry jelly. Cost $32. The a la carte sides include: roasted chestnuts and Brussels sprouts; maple glazed yams; sweet potato gnocchi with sage brown butter; and blistered green beans with beech mushrooms. Cost: $11. Pumpkin piece, priced at $10, is for dessert.

TAP has butternut squash soup for $8, a main course of turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing and green beans for $28, and pumpkin bread pudding for $8.

FiAMMA Italian Kitchen has minestrone soup with turkey sausage, vegetables, tomato broth and a cranberry crostini for $14. For $28, the main course is butternut squash mezzaluna, which is served with brown butter, brioche and parmesan crumble and pomegranate arlis.

Craftsteak has a multi-course menu starting with grilled quail, beet and fennel cured salmon and spinach salad. The main course is roasted turkey with sides of cranberry relish, fennel sausage and sage stuffing, vegetables and a sweet potato puree. For dessert, the offering is a pumpkin tart with sweet cream and a pumpkin seed brittle. Cost: $85

MGM Park

The Primrose offering starts with butternut squash soup. The main course is turkey with potato puree, Brussels sprouts, carrots and a cheddar biscuit. For dessert, it is pumpkin cheesecake with graham cracker and eggnog ice cream. Cost: $48

At Heritage Steak, start with the choice of sugar pumpkin and apple soup or baby kale salad. The main course is either sage roasted turkey with gravy or porchetta with preserved lemon, rosemary and cinnamon-spiced chicharron. Both main courses are served with sage and leek stuffing, cranberry sauce, potato puree, and roasted turnips and carrots. For dessert, it is maple pumpkin pie. Cost $85

Mirage

Stack has a multi-course offering that starts with butternut squash soup and is followed by kale salad. The next course is a turkey breast dinner, confit thigh, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans and Brussels sprouts. For dessert, it is pumpkin cheesecake. Cost: $65

New York-New York

Nine Fine Irishmen has a three-course meal that starts with the choice of a mixed-greens salad or corn and potato chowder. The main course is a turkey breast with mashed potatoes, cranberry and walnut stuffing and Brussels sprouts. For dessert, it is pumpkin pie with whipped cream. Cost: $39

The Orleans

The Prime Rib Loft offering begins with crab-stuffed portabella mushroom, and the choice of butternut squash soup with wild rice, roasted corn and smoked sausage, or a house salad. The main course is sliced turkey breasts over apple, pine nut and dried fruit dressing, served with candied yams, cranberry sauce and vegetables. Another main dish option is pecan-crusted salmon filet served over wild rice pilaf and glazed seasonal vegetables with citrus beurre blanc sauce. The dessert is pumpkin cheesecake. Price: Not given

Bailiwick All American Pub + Eatery has a three-course special that starts with a mixed greens salad served. The main entrée is turkey rolls stuffed with sun-dried cranberry dressing, served with mashed sweet potatoes and sautéed haricot verts. A cranberry and caramel mini delight is for dessert. Price: $24.

Big Al’s Oyster Bar’s special begins with a cup of Boston or Manhattan clam chowders or a garden salad. For the main course, it is crab-stuffed and baked Maine lobster with rice pilaf and drawn butter. Pumpkin pie is for dessert. Price: $31.

Copper Whisk Cafe will offer a three-course menu, including multiple main dish options. For starters, it is a choice of soup or salad. Then, pick between the choice of a roast turkey served with giblet gravy, sage and dried fruit dressing, candied yams, green beans and cranberry sauce; baked ham with rum raisin sauce, sage and dried fruit dressing, candied yams and green beans almondine; or fresh Atlantic salmon stuffed with crab and shrimp mousse, laced with saffron vanilla sauce, served with roasted fingerling potatoes and green beans. Pumpkin pie will be served for dessert. Cost: $24.

Palace Station

The Charcoal Room has roasted turkey with honey-glazed green bean almondine, mashed potatoes, bourbon-infused cranberries, sausage herb stuffing and sage turkey gravy. Cost: $45. Other items include: Wild mushroom bisque with crème fraiche and chervil ($11); salad with field greens, bacon, apples, cranberries, gorgonzola, candied pecans and yuzu balsamic vinaigrette ($10); pumpkin trifle made with pound cake, spiced whipped cream and cinnamon sugar pecans. ($8)

The Palazzo

Morels Steakhouse & Bistro has a four-course offering, beginning with butternut squash soup with rosemary and parmesan flan and glazed chestnut. Next, it’s apple and arugula salad with blue cheese and candied walnut vinaigrette. The third course is free range turkey with stuffing, glazed autumn vegetables, mashed potatoes, giblet gravy and house-made cranberry compote. For dessert, it is spiced pumpkin pie with cinnamon ice cream with sweet cream. Cost: $72; $29 for children 12 and under

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Scotch 80 Prime at the Palms.

Palms

Scotch 80 Prime will offer a turkey plate that includes roasted turkey breast, a stuffed leg, house-made cranberry sauce, airy potato puree, sausage and cornbread stuffing with a side of giblet gravy ($48). Sides include: butternut squash soup ($19), Mishima Reserve prime rib ($65) and sweet potato gratin ($14). The Thanksgiving meal can conclude with a slice of pumpkin cheesecake ($14).

Lucky Penny will serve a have three-course menu starting with spinach salad or roasted butternut bisque followed by a turkey dinner or prime rib and concluded with a pumpkin cheesecake. Cost: $30.

Laguna Pool House & Kitchen at Palms Place has Turkey Kiev served with mushroom sauce, butternut-sage mashed potatoes, tempura long beans and a cranberry quinoa stuffing. Cost: $28.

Paris

Mon Ami Gabi will offer a four-course menu including herb-roasted turkey with caramelized yams, cornbread stuffing and bourbon gravy. Price: $49.95.

Gordon Ramsay Steak will feature a turkey breast Wellington served with foie gras, pistachio stuffing, cranberry sauce, root vegetable pave, crispy Brussels leaves and turkey jus and a spiced pumpkin tart topped with candied hazelnuts and Chantilly cream. Cost: Not given

Café St. Louis has a three-course menu starting with the choice of French onion soup, roasted pumpkin soup or spinach and hazelnut salad. For the second course, decide between aged ribeye or turkey and stuffing. Pumpkin cheesecake and traditional apple pie are available for dessert. Cost: $45.

Planet Hollywood

PBR Rock Bar & Grill will offer smoked turkey breast, cranberry sauce, garlic mashed potatoes, stuffing and more. For dessert, it has pumpkin pie with whipped cream or an apple crumble with vanilla ice cream. Cost: $24.95.

Strip House will offer roasted organic turkey accompanied with apple stuffing, butternut squash puree, haricots verts, giblet gravy and cranberry sauce. Cost $38 ($24 for children). Extras include: ricotta gnocchi with maple glazed bacon and shaved truffles ($28), and kabocha squash & pumpkin pie topped with vanilla Ice Cream ($8).

Plaza

Oscar’s Steakhouse has a three-course menu starting with roasted beet and carrot salad, butternut squash soup. The main course is roasted turkey with traditional dressing, vegetables, corn brulee, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and giblet gravy. For dessert, it’s pumpkin white chocolate cheesecake with pumpkin spice latte ice cream. Cost: $75.

Red Rock Resort

The main course at T-Bones Chophouse is roasted turkey breast, confit turkey legs, sour cherry and truffle brioche stuffing, turkey jus, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, sweet potato puree and buttered mashed potatoes. Cost: $48. Add-on items: Spiced pumpkin soup for $10; crispy pork belly and pepita brittle for $12; apple tart with dulce de leche ice cream and a caramel twist for $12.

Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar will serve butternut squash bisque. The main course features turkey with white jalapeno creamed corn, sweet potato puree, apple raisin stuffing and cranberry sauce. Cost: Not given

Rio

All-American Bar & Grille has a house salad, glass of house wine or domestic beer, all the fixings of roasted turkey, roasted vegetables, stuffing, giblet gravy, mashed potatoes, vegetables, cranberry relish and dinner rolls. Dessert is a slice of pumpkin or apple pie. Cost: $29.

Hash House A Go Go will offer a turkey benedict made with carved turkey breast, griddled mashed potatoes, stuffing turkey gravy and scrambled eggs. Cost: $18.99. For dessert, try the pumpkin pie pancake sprinkled with pie crust and topped with whipped cream for $11.99.

Sam’s Town

The Angry Butcher will serve a multi-course dinner starting with butternut squash soup and a salad of baby arugula, frisée lettuce, heirloom cherry tomatoes, pancetta, figs and croutons with balsamic vinaigrette. The main course is turkey dinner with sausage and sage stuffing, whipped potatoes, turkey gravy, citrus-baked sweet potato and green beans with cranberry compote. It’s pumpkin pie or pumpkin bread pudding for dessert. Cost: $35.

Santa Fe Station

The Charcoal Room has roasted turkey with honey-glazed green bean almondine, mashed potatoes, bourbon-infused cranberries, sausage herb stuffing and sage turkey gravy. Cost: $45. Other items include wild mushroom bisque with crème fraiche and chervil ($11); salad with field greens, bacon, apples, cranberries, gorgonzola, candied pecans and yuzu balsamic vinaigrette ($10); pumpkin trifle made with pound cake, spiced whipped cream and cinnamon sugar pecans. ($8)

Cabo has chicken tortilla soup or house salad, turkey tamales and grilled cob corn or a turkey dinner with slow-roasted turkey, pan gravy, sage sausage stuffing, mashed potatoes, candied yams and green beans. Cost $16.99.

Silverton

Twin Creeks Steakhouse has a three-course menu starting with a choice of butternut squash soup or house salad. For the main course, they will serve roasted turkey, with Italian sausage and cornbread stuffing, green beans almondine, mashed potatoes, giblet gravy and cranberry sauce. For dessert, a mini pumpkin pie with whipped cream or S’mores mason jar with house-made marshmallows will be served. Cost: $26 per person.

Sundance Grill has a three-course menu that starts with your choice of soup or salad. For the main course, they have sliced dark and white meat turkey, served with green beans almondine, mashed potatoes with giblet gravy and candied yams. Your choice of pumpkin pie or pecan pie for dessert. Cost: $16.99 per person.

South Point

Baja Miguel’s three-course meal includes an appetizer of chicken tortilla soup and mole turkey flautas, a main course of an 8-ounce halibut or herb roasted turkey, and dessert of pumpkin pie or pumpkin flan. Cost: $21.95 per person (include free glass of wine or margarita).

Coronado Cafe three-course meal starts with cream of butternut squash soup or salad. The main course is herb roast young turkey, with gravy, stuffing and mashed potatoes, or honey glazed ham with Crown Royal maple whisky sauce. Dessert is apple or pumpkin pie. Cost: $15.95 per person.

Don Vito’s three-course meal begins with butternut squash soup, seafood bruschetta with shrimp, scallops and artichoke hearts and sugar pumpkin cannelloni, or a fennel and orange salad. The main course is a choice between an 8-ounce filet with a side of penne pasta and vegetables, herb roasted young turkey with the fixings or Venetian-style sea scallop served over green risotto with a saffron sauce and a seasonal vegetable. Dessert is apple cranberry cobbler and pumpkin pie with whipped cream, or Rocky Road bread pudding. Cost: $39 per person (includes glass of wine or cocktail).

The three-course meal at Primarily Prime Rib starts with butternut squash, corn bisque and salad, or a seafood option featuring shrimp, scallops and crab meat with mushrooms folded in sherry cream sauce, served in a puff pastry case. The options for the main course include citrus roasted snapper, dry aged sirloin steak, honey glazed ham, herb roasted turkey, chicken with white mushrooms, artichoke and white wine cream sauce, or 10-ounce prime rib or beef. For dessert, it’s pecan spice cake, pumpkin pie or warm apple and pecan tart. Cost: $34 (including glass of wine or cocktail).

The Silverado Steak House will serve a four-course meal, starting with beef and mushroom brochettes over wild rice, chilled shrimp cocktails, or white cheddar bacon mac and cheese. The next course is soup and salad, featuring butternut squash and corn bisque with a fall harvest salad, or the Silverado Salad Bowl. The entree is a choice among herb roasted turkey, glazed ham, pan seared sea bass, braised pork roulade, or twin medallions of beef. Dessert includes a baked apple pie with cranberries and pecans and topped with vanilla ice cream, pumpkin pie with whipped cream or warm pecan tart. Cost: $55 per person (includes a glass of wine or cocktail).

Station Casinos

At Boulder Station, Santa Fe Station, Sunset Station, Texas Station, Fiesta Rancho and Fiesta Henderson the meal includes turkey dinner with pan gravy, sage sausage stuffing, mashed potatoes, candied yams and green beans. For dessert, it is a choice between pumpkin, pecan or apple pie. Cost: $12.99.

At Red Rock Resort and Green Valley Ranch Resort the meal includes oven-roasted turkey breast, giblet gravy, mashed potatoes, maple glazed sweet potatoes, cornbread stuffing, green beans and cranberry sauce. Includes a choice of dessert between pumpkin, pecan or apple pie. Cost: $15.99.

Suncoast

Salvatore’s has an appetizer of cream of turkey chowder, which is roasted turkey and root vegetables simmered in a rich creamy stock and finished with cheese and chive dumplings for $9.95. The turkey dinner with all the trimmings, including sausage-sage stuffing, yams, creamy mashers, fresh vegetables, cranberry chutney and gravy, is $27.95. The also have a main course of glazed pit ham roasted with fresh pineapple, plums, currants and apples with a rich reduction of pan juices and cider for $25.95; and boneless short ribs with creamy mashers and julienne fresh vegetables for $29.95. Also, primavera with shrimp, which is shrimp simmered with a medley of roasted garden vegetables tossed with linguini for $28.95.

SC Prime Steakhouse & Bar has a three-course option beginning with creamy chicken and orzo corn soup or a Sonoma field greens salad. For the main course, traditional roasted turkey served with herb stuffing, whipped potatoes, fresh seasonal vegetables, candied yams, turkey gravy and orange cranberry sauce. Also, potato-crusted Alaskan halibut served with julienne vegetables, lemon-dill beurre blanc and red wine pomegranate reduction for $40, or bacon and corn-crusted pork loin medallions with potato chive cake, fresh seasonal vegetables and pork jus. For dessert, sweet cinnamon crème anglaise or a caramel sauce drizzle, each served with fresh berries. Cost: $44 for turkey dish; 40 for halibut; $36 for pork.

Du-par's will offer the choice of roast turkey or oven-baked ham. Dinner is served with soup or house salad, bread stuffing, mashed potatoes with turkey gravy, candied yams, cranberry sauce, vegetables and a slice of pumpkin or apple pie. Cost: $17.99.

Sunset Station

Pasta Cucina has turkey dinner with pesto-rubbed turkey, Italian sausage stuffing, mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, candied yams, cranberry sauce, sautéed balsamic green beans. Cost $21. Add on dessert of pumpkin-spiced affogato with pumpkin ice cream, espresso and whipped cream for $8.

Sonoma Cellar has roasted turkey with honey glazed green bean almondine, mashed potatoes, bourbon-infused cranberries, sausage herb stuffing and sage turkey gravy. Cost: $45. Other items include: Wild mushroom bisque with crème fraiche and chervil ($11); salad with field greens, bacon, apples, cranberries, gorgonzola, candied pecans and yuzu balsamic vinaigrette ($10); pumpkin trifle made with pound cake, spiced whipped cream and cinnamon sugar pecans. ($8)

Treasure Island

The Coffee Shop’s three-course menu starts with roasted butternut squash soup or arugula and cranberry salad. The main course is roasted turkey served with mashed potatoes with champagne gravy; traditional stuffing; maple, bacon and pecan roasted butternut squash; balsamic-glazed sautéed Brussels sprouts, and cranberry relish. For dessert, it’s pumpkin pie or apple cranberry pie served with vanilla ice cream. Cost: $31.50.

The meal at Gilley’s Saloon, Dance Hall & Bar-B-Que starts with pecan and apple salad with endive arugula, radicchio, green apple, candied pecans with an orange mustard vinaigrette or lobster pumpkin bisque. The main course is bourbon-glazed turkey, served with sausage brioche stuffing, whipped potatoes, vegetables and savory gravy, or a mesquite-grilled pork tenderloin served with whipped potatoes, vegetables, wild mushroom demi glaze and truffle oil. For dessert, it’s deep-dish pumpkin pie or coconut rum custard pie. Cost: $40.

Seafood Shack begins with butternut bisque with lobster or a salad of baby mache, frisee, goat cheese, pickled apples, bacon and cider vinaigrette. The main course is turkey served with cornbread, green bean casserole, bourbon cranberry sauce and homemade gravy. The dessert is spiced pumpkin white chocolate panna cotta with a gingersnap cookie. Cost: $45.

Phil’s Italian Steak House’s meal begins with cranberry and ricotta bruschetta, butternut squash ravioli with orange and sage butter sauce or lobster and corn chowder. The first main dish option is turkey with homemade gravy served with green bean casserole, cornbread and porcini stuffing, sweet and mashed potatoes. The second is slow-roasted, thin-cut prime rib, served with sweet and mashed potatoes, pudding and onion gravy. The last is roasted vegetable risotto, made with baby carrots, zucchini, parsnips, bell peppers and rice. For dessert it’s spiced pumpkin-white chocolate panna cotta with ginger snap cookie. Cost: $50.

Venetian

The offering at Chica begins with marinated beets or roasted calabaza soup for $16. The main course is a rotisserie turkey with sofrito green beans and cranberry pico for $28. Sweet potato pie for $12 is for dessert.

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar has a menu consisting of butternut sage ravioli ($16), turkey plate ($32) and peach cobbler. Side dishes of sweet potato casserole, Brussels sprouts and stuffing are $10.

Sushisamba has a multi-course meal beginning with braised short rib gyoza with kabocha purée, red shiso leaf and smoked ginger soy. They also have roasted organic turkey with linguiça quinoa stuffing and crispy brussels sprouts, and for dessert, spiced-poached Fuji apple, candied pecan, vanilla ice cream, soy-caramel and red miso crumble. Cost: Not given.

Delmonico Steakhouse from Emeril Lagasse has a four-course meal beginning with butternut squash bisque with poached pear-pecan relish and spiced crème fraiche, or a salad of shaved rainbow carrots, petite frisée, pécan brittle and pomegranate vinaigrette. The main course is a turkey dinner with roasted breast and braised leg and thigh, accompanied by cornbread dressing, green beans, gravy, cranberry sauce and pecan glazed sweet potatoes. The dessert is a pumpkin trio of bread pudding, cheesecake and ice cream with fall-spiced crème anglaise. Cost: Not given.

Lavo Italian Restaurant will offer a platter of turkey, cranberry and stuffing with an assortment of family-style sides to choose from including mashed potatoes, candied yams, greens beans, Brussels sprouts or roasted carrots. Cost: $55.

Wynn Las Vegas and Encore

Allegro’s offerings include butternut squash risotto, herb and citrus brined turkey, turkey gravy, mashed potatoes, sausage stuffing and cranberry sauce. They also have Brussels sprouts tossed with pancetta and caramelized onion, baked macaroni and cheese, and pumpkin pie. Price: Not given

Costa di Mare has a prix fixe menu, which includes chestnut soup flavored with dayboat scallop and fennel pollen, and arugula salad tossed with ricotta salata, pomegranates and smoked almonds. The turkey is served with ciabatta-Italian sausage stuffing and Tuscan kale. For dessert, it’s a duo of apple crostata and pumpkin panna cotta. Price: $110.

Jardin will offer a three-course menu, starting with a choice of kabocha squash soup with pumpkin seed oil, toasted pepitas and spiced crème fraiche; or beet salad with watercress, Spanish goat cheese, toasted pistachios and truffle vinaigrette. The main course is organic turkey served with mashed potatoes, orange-cranberry sauce, glazed yams and toasted walnuts, chestnut and confit turkey thigh stuffing and natural turkey gravy. For dessert it’s pumpkin pie with vanilla whipped cream or pear and cranberry crostata with whipped mascarpone cream. Price: $58.

Thanksgiving dishes at Lakeside include butternut squash soup, roasted turkey braised thigh served with sourdough-sweet sausage stuffing, white yam puree, haricot verts and cranberry and herb turkey sauces. For dessert, it’s apple pie topped with brown butter ice cream and vanilla crème fraiche. The a la carte menu will also be available. Price: Not given.

Thanksgiving selections at Sinatra include roasted butternut squash soup, brined and roasted natural turkey made with boneless leg galantine and breast, giblet gravy, sausage and fennel stuffing and topped with cranberry-balsamic walnut sauce. For dessert, it’s pumpkin crostata topped with bourbon whipped cream. The a la carte menu will also be available. Price: Not given.

Thanksgiving specials at SW Steakhouse will be offered alongside the complete SW Steakhouse a la carte menu and include porcini mushrooms with warm stracciatella cheese, roasted natural turkey braised thigh served with sourdough-sweet sausage stuffing, white yam puree, haricot verts and cranberry and herb turkey sauces. For dessert, pumpkin cheesecake topped with poached cranberries, cider caramel and sweet cream ice cream. Price: Not given.

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The Edge Steakhouse at Westgate is one of many Las Vegas properties on and off the Strip with a special Thanksgiving menu.

Westgate Las Vegas

Edge Steakhouse’s three-course meal begins with the choice of a wedge or Caesar salad, or butternut squash bisque. The main course is roasted turkey with stuffing, butter-whipped potatoes, candied sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts, honey-roasted carrots and gravy. For dessert, its pumpkin spice cheesecake. Cost: $55 with rewards card; $58 without.

At Sid’s Cafe, the turkey dinner includes cornbread stuffing, green beans, candied yams, mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce. For dessert, it is vanilla whipped cream, spiced cranberry compote, pumpkin seed brittle. Cost: $23 with rewards card; $26 without.

Non-casinos

Sparrow + Wolf at 4480 Spring Mountain Road offers a three-course family-style dinner, beginning with the first course of apple and endive salad with grilled hearts of palm and nori roasted pecan dressing. The second course is duck confit and sweet potato dumpling, deviled duck eggs, smoked salmon and puffed rice. For the main course, turkey breast, chicken fried heritage turkey with hot mustard and cranberry, acorn squash with Korean-spiced marinade and toasted pumpkin seed, mashed potatoes with gravy and brussels sprouts. Dessert is pumpkin pie, miso Chantilly crunch. Cost: $49.

Andre’s Bistro & Bar at 6115 S. Fort Apache Road has a three-course menu beginning with kabocha squash soup or mixed greens salad. The main course options are stuffed roast turkey with stuffing, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato, turkey confit and sage marshmallows; grilled wagyu sirloin with potato gratin and green beans; Dover Sole Roulade Grenobloise with vegetable terrine and fondant potatoes. For dessert, a choice between pumpkin pie, apple tarte tatin or chocolate crumble with vanilla ice cream. Cost $48.

Vintner Grill at 10100 W. Charleston Blvd. has a three-course meal beginning with butternut squash soup or baby spinach and beet salad. The main course is a turkey breast with stuffing, whipped potatoes, roasted Brussels sprouts, herb gravy and cranberry sauce. For dessert, it’s pumpkin pie with gingersnap crust, and cranberry ginger rolls. Cost: $55.

Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar at 4480 Paradise Road starts its meal with a choice of mixed spring salad, mushroom and leek soup or butternut squash with seasonal mushrooms, parmigiano reggiano and sage. The main is slow-roasted whole turkey with orange-cranberry chutney, Romano and yellow-bean salad, sausage-fig stuffing, truffle-mashed potato, Brussels sprouts with onion and pancetta. For dessert, it’s sweet potato cake with caramelized apples. Cost: $49.95 ($16.95 for kids).

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