From famous steakhouses on the strip to off-strip dining, here’s 11 restaurants of varying prices where you can get your Thanksgiving dinner in Las Vegas.
1. STK Steakhouse
The Cosmopolitan’s STK Steakhouse is offering a delicious spread of Thanksgiving dinner favorites and sides, all for just $79. On November 23-26 for dine-in customers only, enjoy a dinner of confit turkey thighs, foie gras stuffing, maple-baked sweet potatoes, sweet corn pudding, Brussels sprouts, cranberry, and spiced pumpkin pie.
Where: 3708 Las Vegas Blvd S
2. Virgil’s Real BBQ
Get your turkey from one of the best BBQ spots on the strip. Virgil’s Real BBQ at the Linq Promenade is offering dine-in, take-out, and delivery options (but only limited qualities, so we recommend you book now). The Thanksgiving dinner includes a 16-18lb smoked turkey, mashed potatoes with giblet gravy, cornbread and sausage stuffing, sweet potatoes topped with mushrooms and maple syrup, homemeade cranberry sauce, candied brussel sprouts with applewood smoked bacon, green beans, and buttermilk biscuits. For an additional $30 (the price of the feast is $325 and feeds 6-8) you can get an apple or pumpkin pie to finish it off.
Where: 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd
3. Freedom Beat
Freedom Beat at Downtown Grand is offering a Thanksgiving dinner on November 23rd from 11am to 9pm for $40 per person. They’re offering turkey or honey glazed ham, cornbread stuffing, green beans with bacon and onion, mashed potatoes with gravy, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie.
Where: 206 N 3rd St
4. Eiffel Tower Restaurant
On top of Paris Las Vegas, enjoy a romantic Thanksgiving Dinner for $125. From 4-10pm, enjoy a three-course meal of Cream of Butternut Squash Soup, Thanksgiving Turkey with chestnut dressing, and Old Fashioned Style Pecan Pie, along with gorgeous views of the strip.
Where: 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd
Off the Las Vegas Strip is Lawry’s The Prime Rib restaurant has ‘a la carte’ menu items on Thanksgiving. Roasted turkey breast and a turkey/prime rib combo are offered as mains (that include sides like stuffing and potatoes,) plus their spiced pumpkin pie can be purchased for an additional cost.
Where: 4043 Howard Hughes Pkwy
The Hughes Center
6. Bazaar Meat
The popular Sahara restaurant by Chef José Andrés is hosting an exciting and unique Thanksgiving dinner for $120 a person. The meal takes place on Thanksgiving Day from 4:30-9:30pm. On the menu, they’ve got a tasting menu with dishes such as butifarra and cornbread stuffing (butifarra being a Spanish sausage), green bean casserole with wild mushrooms and crispy shallots, and spiced cranberries, and of course, turkey. For dessert, they’re doing pumpkin cream puffs, apple cinnamon roll cakes, and pecan brownies.
Where: 2535 S Las Vegas Blvd
SAHARA Las Vegas
On Thanksgiving Day from 3-9pm, Alder & Birch will be hosting a 3-course Thanksgiving Dinner. For a starter, you’ll get a lump crab Napolean, for their second course you can choose between a butternut squash soup or a festive fall salad, and for the main you’ll get a roast turkey dinner served alongside yams, carrots, mashed potatoes, and gravy. Finally, you’ll even get a dessert, a pumpkin tiramisu, all for $55.
Where: 4500 W Tropicana Ave
The Orleans Hotel & Casino
8. Spiedini Fiamma Italian Bistro
The Thanksgiving dinner at Spiedini Fiamma Italian Bistro is from 4-9pm and costs $65 per person. They’re offering a choice of butternut squash or a beet salad, roasted turkey with sweet potato mash or short rib agnolotti, and a honey and pinenut tart.
Where: 221 N Rampart Blvd
9. Garden Court Buffet
It wouldn’t be Vegas without a buffet, and Garden Court is preparing classic Thanksgiving dinner with dishes like butter-roasted turkey, sides, and prime rib for only $44 a person (plus kids 4-10 can eat at half price).
Where: 200 N Main St
Main Street Casino
10. Rosa Mexicano
A bit of a wildcard for Thanksgiving, as well as a newcomer to the Strip, Rosa Mexicano is doing their own unique spin on Thanksgiving dinner. They’re the latest in the Rosa Mexicano expansions, seeing their first location in the West Coast, as well as their biggest location so far. Thanksgiving dinner takes place on Thursday from 1-9pm with an entree of Pavo Adobado with either mole poblano or traditional gravy with sides (cranberry salsa, sweet plantain-huitlacoche stuffing, Mexican potatoes, and roasted fall vegetables) for $58. For $8 more, choose either a pumpkin or an apple pie for dessert.
Where: 3663 S Las Vegas Blvd #730
11. Bacchanal Buffet
This newly renovated buffet at Caesar’s Palace screams Las Vegas dining, and so what better place to have your thanksgiving dinner? Dozens of different cuisines made by excellent chefs makes it an excellent place to dine on turkey and sides among their other offerings. One of the most popular buffets in Vegas, keep that in mind when deciding when and if you want to dine here, but it’s definitely worth it considering this 25,000 square foot buffet has a varied dinner, lunch, and brunch menu that makes it so popular in the first place. P.S. It was also recently named one of the most photographed restaurants in the US for 2023.
Where: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas