Sunday, November 24, 2013

Thanksgiving Dinner in Las Vegas (Gobble, Gobble)

Written by Tiffany Milligan – A Vegas Local

There’s always something to be thankful for- fact. There’s always something that you should be grateful for but aren’t- also a fact. Choosing how to look at things and erring on the side of positivity is sometimes tough and at other times impossible! Since this isn’t a self-help blog (although I think I’d be a great replacement for Dear Abby), I will leave the level of “thankfulness” you choose to express in your hands and, instead, tell you how to celebrate with a Thanksgiving dinner in Las Vegas! But wait… FIRST I’d like to say that everyone at is thankful for your patronage and referrals; thankful for the opportunity to show you how to have a blast in Las Vegas…without you, there would be no

Charlie Palmer Steakhouse
From 4-10pm, $65 will arouse your senses starting with baby iceberg, bibb lettuce salad, Caesar salad, caramelized apple and celery root soup, or Diver sea scallops. For the main course, herb roasted turkey breast leg, roasted Maine Lobster and 8oz. filet mignon, charred bone-in NY strip steak or pan roasted sea bass. Sides of sweet potato pomme puree or Brussels sprouts with togarshi. Ending the meal will be pumpkin cheesecake, bourbon pecan tart, vanilla bean crème brulee, or peanut butter bar.

Gilly’s BBQ
From 11am-midnight, for a mere $35, you can enjoy a pear salad or roasted pumpkin-crab soup, a nice helping of bourbon-glazed roasted turkey, stuffing, whipped potatoes (not to be confused with mashed), sage gravy and carrots. Dessert will be pumpkin-pecan pie with cinnamon cream.

Wolfgang Puck Pizzeria & Cucino
From 11:30am-10pm, for $45, you will begin your experience with baby kale or squash soup. Roasted turkey, wild mushroom stuffing, wood-oven-roasted Brussels sprouts, potato puree, and rosemary gravy will be the main plate. Traditional pumpkin pie will end the meal.

Society Café
From 12-10pm, for $48, Thanksgiving dinner in Las Vegas will begin with a baby greens salad or roasted pumpkin soup. The roasted turkey breast will be served with sage stuffing, crème fraiche (whatever that is!) mashed potatoes, baby veggies, and citrus cranberry sauce. Pumpkin pie a la mode will cap the special menu.

Trattoria De Lupo
Thanksgiving dinner in Las Vegas - turkey holding "eat ham" sign Thanksgiving Day, for $29, you can enjoy a moist turkey breast with potato puree, green beans, mushroom stuffing and herb-roasted gravy.

From 5:30-10pm, for $55, a delicious autumn salad or spiced butternut squash soup will prepare your taste buds for the roasted organic free-range turkey breast with pretzel bread stuffing, green bean casserole, brown sugar sweet potato, potato puree, cran-apple chutney, and herb gravy. For dessert- a pumpkin pie bar with white chocolate sauce.

Terrace Point Café
On Thanksgiving Day, for $40, enjoy squash bisque, roasted turkey breast, root vegetable pancetta-filled roulade, mashed potatoes, apple sprout hash, cranberry sauce, cornbread stuffing, and gravy. Save room for the bourbon pecan pie with salted caramel gelato!

Are you looking for a buffet for a Thanksgiving dinner in Las Vegas? Although none made the “lucky 7” list, here in Las Vegas most area buffets will have a Thanksgiving feast fit for a king (or queen). In reviewing menus of the major hotel/casino chains, they all seem to have the basics for a good, filling, traditional turkey dinner. One last thing…I’ve gained ten pounds just writing this blog! Happy Turkey Day 

Let your friends at VegasDaze plan some activities that will burn off those turkey dinner calories! Call 1.855.895.3293 or 702.851.3293 to schedule in some fun on your Thanksgiving weekend!

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