The Most Extravagant Restaurants To Celebrate Thanksgiving In Las Vegas

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The Most Extravagant Restaurants To Celebrate Thanksgiving In Las Vegas haute living tita carraPhoto Credit: Bazaar by Jose AndresMake room for turkey in the most extravagant ways possible.


November is my mother’s birthday month, a fiery Scorpio, that like her daughter is an admirer of the beautiful, luxurious, and elegant things. Dinners are her specialty. She decorates the dining table so beautifully, completely transforming the space. She has a real talent for it, actually. You can only imagine what our Thanksgiving dinners look like. All dinners should feel this grand because to eat is a luxury not many can afford. Even if you just turn off all the lights and eat by candlelight with the finest bottle of chardonnay, you should do it. All the more reason for you to experience a lavish meal at the most extravagant restaurants to celebrate Thanksgiving in Las Vegas.

1. TREVI ITALIAN RESTAURANT

The Most Extravagant Restaurants To Celebrate Thanksgiving In Las Vegas haute living tita carraPhoto Credit: Trevi Restaurant
TREVI Italian Restaurant is located inside The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Come Thursday, Nov. 23 the restaurant will offer a three-course dinner featuring a roasted pumpkin soup topped with candied pecans and creme fraiche. Main course is a turkey porchetta served with turkey gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, roasted yams and green bean casserole. Dessert comes by way of a pumpkin mousse with pecan whipped cream and pumpkin seed brittle for $45 per person from 11AM to 11PM


2. BAZAAR MEAT BY JOSÉ ANDRÉSThe Most Extravagant Restaurants To Celebrate Thanksgiving In Las Vegas haute living tita carraPhoto Credit: Bazaar by Jose Andres

Bazaar Meat By José Andrés does “Thanksgiving Josè’s Way”. The menu includes eight sharable dishes, three desserts and a choice of one individual entrée. Sharable plates include Delmonico potatoes mixed with cheddar cheese; Gordal olives stuffed with piquillo pepper and anchovies; croquetas de pavo made of turkey-béchamel fritters; an endive caesar salad with parmesan, anchovies and air croutons; a shrimp and crab cocktail served with cocktail sauce and avocado; green bean casserole with wild mushrooms and crispy shallots; spiced cranberries served with confit mandarins and Ceylon cinnamon, and a Butifarra sausage and cornbread stuffing with confit piquillo peppers. Main course selections include a Josper-roasted turbot and a BN Ranch Heritage turkey, served with a sous vide breast, confit leg and traditional gravy. Every guest will receive a slice of pecan pie, roasted apple puff pastry and pumpkin tart for dessert at $85 per person. Reservations for Thanksgiving are available now by calling 702-761-7100.


3. SPAGO BY WOLFGANG PUCK

The Most Extravagant Restaurants To Celebrate Thanksgiving In Las Vegas lacave spago haute living tita carraPhoto Credit: Spago by Wolfgang PuckSpago by Wolfgang Puck will be offering guest a three course meal for $49 or the traditional Thanksgiving meal for $32 on Thursday, Nov. 23, . First course: 1) butternut squash and apple soup with sage, maple crème fraiche, and spiced pumpkin seeds or 2) wild mushroom and bitter greens salad, crispy pancetta, toasted walnuts, shaved parmigiano, and aged balsamic. Main course: Herb-brined, free-range turkey with cherry walnut stuffing, Yukon potato purée, spiced sweet potatoes, green beans with wild mushroom béchamel, cranberry compote, giblet gravy and Parker House rolls. And, for dessert: 1) Dutch apple pie. vanilla ice cream or 2) sweet potato pie, house made cool whip.


4. LACAVE WINE AND FOOD HIDEAWAY The Most Extravagant Restaurants To Celebrate Thanksgiving In Las Vegas lacave haute living tita carraPhoto Credit: LaCave

LaCave Wine and Food Hideaway will be celebrating Thanksgiving Day with a gourmet dinner menu exclusively prepared by Executive Chef William DeMarco. The meal will consist of a sliced turkey breast with dried fruit stuffing, cranberry apple compote and creamy house-made sage gravy, priced at $21. A variety of sides for sharing include creamy mashed potatoes with sage gravy; collard and mustard greens; tender roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon and onions; and sweet potatoes with caramelized marshmallows, each priced at $8. Traditional Thanksgiving desserts will also be available, including a choice of pumpkin or pecan pie, priced at $9 per slice. La Cave will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Reservations are being accepted now by calling 702.770.7375 or online at www.lacavelv.com.


5. LUPO BY WOLFGANG PUCKThe Most Extravagant Restaurants To Celebrate Thanksgiving In Las Vegas haute living tita carra

Photo Credit: Lupo by Wolfgang PuckLupo by WolfGang Puck has another one for ya. Their three course meal for $49 per person or $32 a la carte meal will be available Thursday, Nov. 23. Your first course options are: 1) roasted pear and winter greens salad, gorgonzola dolce and smoked almonds, 2) Kabocha squash tortelli, and 3) Swiss chard, brown butter and hazelnuts. The main course is a roasted free range turkey, brussels sprouts, potato purée, ciabatta and sausage stuffing, cranberry relish and herb gravy. For dessert, they’re serving White chocolate cheesecake, gingersnap crust and candied cranberries.

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