Celebrate Thanksgiving With a First-Class Feast At These 9 Las Vegas Restaurants

There are plenty of reasons to feel grateful in Las Vegas. With Thanksgiving fast approaching on November 22, we’re giving you nine more. From traditional turkey to lobster and foie gras, any of these first-class feasts will surely fill your heart and your stomach. You’ll be giving thanks like a champ. Unless you forget to make a reservation.

Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen

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Imagine you were cooking a Thanksgiving meal for the hypercritical Chef Gordon Ramsay. “My gran can do better! And she’s dead!” Lucky for you, your role at Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen takes place in the dining room. You’ll enjoy a festive feast, and you won’t have to worry about menial punishment.

Inspired by the hit television series of the same name, the popular Caesars Palace restaurant will offer a prix fixe menu for Thanksgiving including pumpkin soup, a turkey twist on Ramsay’s famous Wellington, chestnut stuffing, cranberry sauce and sticky toffee pudding with ice cream.

Cost is $120 per person with wine pairings.

Le Cirque

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On Thanksgiving, families around the U.S. will gather for a festive feast. We propose celebrating this American holiday with French food because … freedom! But not just any French food. French food from the opulent Le Cirque at Bellagio Resort and Casino.

The AAA, 5-Diamond, Forbes and Michelin-starred French restaurant will offer a posh pre-fixe meal including Maryland blue crab, sauteed foie gras, roasted organic turkey with cranberry relish, Japanese A5 wagyu beef striploin and a seasonal dessert.

Cost is $243 per person with wine pairings.

Twist by Pierre Gagnaire

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Celebrate Thanksgiving with a twist high above the Las Vegas Strip on the 23rd floor of the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire. The feast will juxtapose the traditional flavors of American Thanksgiving side by side with the legendary chef’s French specialties.

The four-course Thanksgiving menu includes foie gras, squash soup, turkey with pistachio, poached salmon, grilled kale and dessert.

Cost is $169 per person.

Charlie Palmer Steak

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Turkey or steak? It’s a tough call, but one worth making on Thanksgiving at Charlie Palmer Steak at the Four Seasons. Either way, you can’t go wrong with the progressive American cuisine of iconic chef Charlie Palmer.

The pre-fixe Thanksgiving menu includes winter root vegetable salad, butternut squash soup, herb-roasted turkey breast with braised leg, roasted Maine lobster, filet mignon, potato gratin and pumpkin pie with whipped creme fraiche. Gluten-free stuffing and a flourless dessert are available.

Cost is $99 per person with wine pairings.


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Celebrity chefGiada De Laurentiis is preparing a California-inspired feast with an Italian spin at her namesake restaurant inside The Cromwell Las Vegas. The Giada Thanksgiving menu combines all your favorite holiday classics with the celebrity chef’s signature cuisine.

The prix fixe meal includes an antipasti platter, choice of The De Laurentiis Holiday Salad or roasted acorn squash soup and a turkey dinner with sweet and salty mashed potatoes, fennel stuffin’ muffin, green beans and cranberry mostarda, plus dessert.

Cost is $90 per person.

Delmonico Steakhouse

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Add some New Orleans flair to your Thanksgiving celebration at Delmonico Steakhouse inside the Venetian Las Vegas. Renowned chef Emeril Lagasse will offer a special four-course meal at this Las Vegas tribute to the historic Delmonico restaurant in the Big Easy.

Courses include an appetizer, salad, traditional turkey entrée with homemade cornbread dressing, buttered green beans, herb gravy, cranberry sauce and pecan glazed sweet potatoes, plus dessert.

Each course is priced a la carte, but you can order the full four-course menu for $99.

Costa di Mare

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Celebrate Thanksgiving under the sea at Costa di Mare inside Wynn Las Vegas. The Forbes Four-Star restaurant will offer a special prix fixe Thanksgiving menu as well as its complete a la carte menu.

The tasting menu from acclaimed Chef Mark LoRusso includes chestnut soup with dayboat scallop, Chiogga squash agnolotti, oven-roasted organic turkey with ciabatta-Italian sausage stuffing and a dessert duo of apple crostata and pumpkin pannacotta.

Cost is $110 per person.


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Thanksgiving at Picasso inside the Bellagio Resort and Casino is a feast for your stomach and your eyes. Along with a gourmet meal, you’ll be able to give thanks for the art of Pablo Picasso and a fabulous view of the Bellagio fountains.

The pre-fixe Thanksgiving menu from Executive Chef Julian Serrano includes poached oysters, cauliflower soup, foie gras, butter poached Maine lobster, roasted milk-fed veal chop, roulade of Sonoma turkey leg confit and a chef-selected dessert. All tables receive complimentary brioche stuffing, cranberry sauce and sweet potatoes,

Cost is $256 per person with wine pairings.

Bazaar Meat by José Andrés

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Move over, Mayflower. This Thanksgiving at Bazaar Meat by José Andrés there’s no way but José’s way.

The Thanksgiving menu at the SLS Las Vegas restaurant includes croquetas de pavo, spiced cranberries with confit mandarins, cornbread stuffing with confit piquillo peppers, shrimp and crab cocktail, Nicholas turkey from Fossil Farms in Pennsylvania, josper-roasted turbot from La Coruna, Spain. Don’t forget to save room for dessert.

Cost is $95 per person.