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There's no holiday more associated with gluttony than Thanksgiving... and since gluttony is one of the seven deadly sins, what better way to spend Turkey Day than in Sin City? Thanksgiving in Las Vegas is one of the most delicious times of year.
Alright, you got us. Las Vegas is definitely not the hottest spot to be for Thanksgiving, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy a solid Thanksgiving Day meal if you happen to be around on the 22nd! Most, if not all, Las Vegas hotels and restaurants on and off the Strip are serving up Thanksgiving Day dinners that will make you think you're eating a home cooked meal. Whether you're in Vegas by choice with the family or visiting because these are the only days you can get off, Thanksgiving in Las Vegas can be a great time. Granted, not as great as it is on other holidays, but great nonetheless.
Here are a few places that Early Vegas recommends for getting your Thanksgiving meal fix:
- Mon Ami Gabi: This Paris Hotel Las Vegas restaurant is a great place to find yourself come Thanksgiving. The prix fixe dinner menu includes items that get gradually more Thanksgiving-ish. You'll start the meal with either a salad or fresh oysters before you move on to the second course: butternut squash with apple soup or the delicious smoked salmon. It all comes together with a roasted turkey main dish with Jack Daniels gravy, potato puree and other spins on Thanksgiving Day classics. Bring your big bucks with you for this Thanksgiving dinner in Las Vegas: it costs $45 per person!
- Flame Steakhouse: Thanksgiving is a day of turkey... so celebrate at a steakhouse! If it doesn't make sense now, it will once you're grubbing on the roasted turky, mashed potatoes, giblet gravy and more. This November 22nd meal is an affordable option for Vegas visitors: eat for $19.95. Flame Steakhouse is located at El Cortez Hotel and Casino in downtown Las Vegas!
- Hash House A Go Go: Located at Imperial Palace Las Vegas, this reasonable Turkey Day meal includes everything you could ever want out of a Thanksgiving feast in Las Vegas. Items cost between $5- $25 and include stuffed turkey meatloaf, pumpkin bisque, wild boar bacon griddled mash and more! The Imperial Palace Las Vegas is one of Early Vegas' favorite hotels... they offer great hotel deals that help you save cash on rooms!
- Tacos and Tequila: Fiending for a turkey dinner with a unique spin? Tacos and Tequila at the Luxor is serving up Thanksgiving in Las Vegas Mexican-style! Turkey Tinga is the meal here and consists of shredded turkey sauteed with onion, garlic, tomatoes and chipotle adobo. Turkey Tinga Enchiladas will run you about $16 or you can opt for the Turkey Tinga Torta for $13, made on bolillo bread. This Thanksgiving in Las Vegas, try something a little different and go with a Mexican theme at this Luxor restaurant!
- PBR Rock Bar: PBR Rock Bar will be serving up a rather traditional Thanksgiving dinner in Las Vegas for just $19.95 a person. You'll enjoy turkey, stuffing, cranberries and sweet potatoes... pretty standard. For dessert, don't miss out on the bars delicious pumpkin pie and the seasonal applie pie milkshakes for $9.95. Of course, what would Thanksgiving be without some football? PBR Rock Bar has 105 high definition televisions for your NFL fix!
Thanksgiving in Las Vegas isn't exactly the most exciting way to spend your November holiday... but it's definitely an option! Plenty of Vegas restaurants are offering special meals for Thanksgiving, so getting that delicious meal next Thursday won't be a problem. What have you heard about Thanksgiving in Las Vegas? Let us know where you'll be spending Thursday, November 22nd in the comments section below!
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