Thanksgiving in Las Vegas

Thanksgiving in Las Vegas

Thanksgiving is November 23, 2023. Whether you are hoping to gather around your table or have family coming to Las Vegas this Thanksgiving, we have dinner options for you. These options include dine in or to go. Wherever you choose to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner we highly recommend making reservations.  

Thanksgiving in Las Vegas

Thanksgiving at Vic's

Celebrate Thanksgiving at Vic’s Las Vegas with a savory prix fixe menu featuring traditional favorites for $42 per person. Vic’s will also offer their full menu featuring Italian-American cuisine, and guests can enjoy live jazz from Noon– 8 p.m.

Starter – choice of Vic’s House Salad or Butternut Squash Soup with Cream

Entrée – choice of Roasted Turkey Breast, Honey Glazed Ham, or a Turkey and Ham Combo

Sides – choice of three: Whipped Mashed Potatoes, Candied Yams, Green Beans, Brussel Sprouts with Bacon, Mac & Cheese, or Homemade Vegetarian Stuffing

Dessert – choice of pie served a la mode: Apple, Pecan, or Pumpkin

Oscar’s Steakhouse at the Plaza Hotel

Oscar’s steakhouse at the Plaza Hotel & Casino will celebrate Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, Nov. 23 with a special three course menu for $95. The menu items are also available à la carte.

  • First Course – Butternut Squash Soup with Burgundy Truffle ($17 à la carte)
  • Second Course – ‘Traditional’ Turkey Entrée, Chef’s Selection of Traditional Accoutrement ($67 à la carte)
  • Third Course – Maple Pumpkin Pie or Pecan Pie with Vanilla Chantilly ($15 à la carte)

Reservations are highly recommended to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner at Oscar’s, a classic Vegas steakhouse located in the Plaza’s iconic glass dome overlooking the lights of Fremont Street with an expansive lounge and brand new rooftop patio that offers the only al fresco fine dining experience in downtown Las Vegas. Reservations can be made online or by calling (702) 386-7227. Oscar’s hours of service on Thanksgiving Day are 4 to 9 p.m.

Bottiglia Cucina & Enoteca at Green Valley Ranch

  • Wednesday, Nov. 22: Friendsgiving 

    • Escape the kitchen and enjoy a pre-Thanksgiving outing with family or friends. Buy three entrees and receive a fourth for free, and enjoy $25 bottomless wine, beer and spirits, all from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m. 

  • Thursday, Nov. 23: Thanksgiving 

    • Available exclusively from 1 p.m until 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Bottiglia will offer guests a festive prix fixe menu, priced at $85 per person. Starters include choice of insalata misticanza, featuring baby kale, spring mix, toasted pecans, dried cranberries, green apples and mandarin oranges; or zuppa di porre e patate, a crafted leek and potato soup. Guests’ choice of entrees entrée include an organic turkey dinner, featuring herb butter-roasted white and dark turkey meat, served with sausage and apple stuffing, mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce; mezze maniche rigate, a signature wild boar ragu; or bistecca fiorentina, a florentine steak served with grilled asparagus and pommes duchesse. Sides include sweet pumpkin gnocchi in an alfredo spinach cream sauce, green beans cooked with garlic and lemon. Dessert will be a warm crostata di pumpkin served with vanilla gelato. 

Downtown Grand

Triple George

Triple George Grill – $75 per person

Thanksgiving Special – November 23 from 2 p.m. – 8 p.m.

  • Choice of Starter
    • Butternut Squash Soup or Poached Pear, Spinach & Baby Arugula Salad
  • Entrée
    • Savory Herb Bread Stuffing
    • Tangy Cranberry Compote
    • Turkey Velouté Sauce
    • Glazed Baby Carrots
    • Green Beans
    • Creamy Mashed Potatoes
  • Choice of Dessert
    • Pumpkin Cheesecake or Tiramisu with Eggnog Anglaise Sauce

Freedom Beat

Freedom Beat – $40 per person

Thanksgiving Special: Freedom 2 Gobble – November 23 from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

  • Choice of Meat
    • Turkey or Honey Glazed Ham
  • Cornbread Stuffing
  • Green Beans w/ Bacon & Onions
  • Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy
  • Cranberry Sauce
  • Pumpkin Pie

Cater Thanksgiving from Siegel’s Bagelmania

 Siegel’s Bagelmania is offering various catering options for Thanksgiving dinners and feasts with all the trimmings.

The Thanksgiving Dinner, at $29.95 per person, includes oven roasted turkey breast, homemade stuffing, homemade gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, candied yams, sautéed string beans, challah rolls, and a choice of apple or pumpkin pie.

Serving 12 to 15 people, the Siegel’s Bagelmania Thanksgiving Feast includes all the Thanksgiving Dinner menu items as well as both an apple and a pumpkin pie to complete the holiday spread for $329.95.

Holiday orders can be placed now online at Meals will be available for pick up at Siegel’s Bagelmania, which is open daily 6 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., including the Wednesday before Thanksgiving (Nov. 22), Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23), and Black Friday (Nov. 24).

Aliante Casino + Hotel + Spa

Bistro 57, 4pm – 10pm

Bistro 57 is serving up an Italian-inspired Thanksgiving Day special for $35 per person. The special features a classic Italian salad to start followed by an Italian herb roasted turkey with green beans, Italian sausage stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes, and a rich herb giblet gravy to top it off. Diners can delight in a pumpkin panna cotta for dessert.

FARM, 11am – 9pm

FARM is serving up a three-course dinner special for $25.99 per person. The meal will include a house salad with cherry tomatoes, cucumbers and red onions. The main course features oven-roasted turkey breast served with cranberry apple stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy and green bean casserole. For dessert, guests can enjoy a slice of pumpkin pie.

MRKT Sea & Land,  3pm – 10pm

Diners can enjoy a savory Thanksgiving meal for $55 per person consisting of sliced roasted turkey breast with Yukon gold mashed potatoes, savory cranberry stuffing, sautéed green beans and baby carrots. The meal will also be served with an autumn arugula salad and pumpkin inspired dessert.

California Hotel and Casino

Redwood Steakhouse, 5pm – 10pm

Redwood Steakhouse will serve a memorable Thanksgiving dining experience for $70 per person. The Thanksgiving Day menu includes a potato-leek soup to start. The main entrée features an oven-roasted turkey with sausage cranberry stuffing, pecan candied yams, giblet gravy, sautéed green beans and butter mashed potatoes. Diners have their choice of apple crumb pie or pumpkin pie with cinnamon spiced crème anglaise for dessert.

Cannery Casino Hotel

Carve Prime Rib, 3pm – 9pm

For $39 per person, diners can indulge in a three-course traditional Thanksgiving dinner special. To start, restaurant-goers can choose between pumpkin bisque or a dinner salad with winter greens, toasted walnuts, sun-dried cranberries and strawberry vinaigrette. The entrée will include a traditional roast turkey dinner with sliced turkey breast, pan gravy, cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes, candied yams, green beans almondine and cranberry sauce. To round out the savory meal, guests can choose between a slice of pecan pie or pumpkin pie served with Chantilly whipped cream.


Victory’s Café, 11am – 10pm

Victory’s Café will serve a mouthwatering three-course holiday dinner for $21.99 per person. To begin, foodies can choose between the cream of mushroom soup or a dinner salad. For the main entrée, guests can also choose between sliced turkey breast or brown sugar baked ham, both served with bread stuffing, mashed potatoes, candied yams, vegetable medley and cranberry sauce. Finally, a slice of pumpkin or apple pie served with ice cream and Chantilly whipped cream will round out the meal.


Gold Coast Hotel & Casino

Cornerstone, 3pm – 9pm

For $45 per person, Cornerstone will offer a number of choices for guests to pick and choose their perfect
holiday meal. To start, guests can choose between the butternut squash bisque, Caesar salad or house salad. One main entrée option is the traditional roasted tom turkey dinner served with sage dressing, glazed yams, Yukon mashed potatoes, giblet gravy and house-made cranberry sauce. Another main entrée option is the pan-seared halibut served with baby spinach, Yukon gold mashed potatoes and a lemon buttercream sauce. Guests can top off the savory meal with a creamy pumpkin cheesecake. Reservations are highly recommended.


Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel

Garden Court, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Diners looking for a wide array of options can enjoy the various offerings of Garden Court. Those looking for a traditional Thanksgiving meal can enjoy the carving station with prime rib, fresh sage and butter roasted turkey breast, roasted ham and sides of sweet potato and pecan casserole, rosemary and sage stuffing and more. Guests can also delight in a variety of desserts, including bread pudding with warm rum sauce and a variety of other pastries and treats.
Entry to Garden Court is $44 per adult, half-off for children ages 4-10 and free for children
three and under.
Special pricing is available for Boyd Rewards Emerald and above cardholders and their

The Orleans Hotel & Casino

Alder & Birch, 3 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Alder & Birch will offer a four-course special for $55 per person. To start, guests can enjoy lump crab napoleon with seasoned tomato, avocado, sour cream, horseradish flavored crab, microgreens, and cilantro and lime vinaigrette. Diners can then choose from the butternut squash soup or festive fall salad. The main entrée features roast turkey served alongside sage dressing with dried fruits, haricot verts, Parisienne carrots, glazed yams, and mashed potatoes with giblet gravy. A pumpkin tiramisu with salted caramel sauce and fresh berries will be served for dessert. Reservations are strongly recommended.

Bailiwick, 2 p.m. – 9 p.m.

The Orleans will offer a scrumptious four-course special for $36 per person. As a starter, diners will be served fresh bruschetta with apple crostini topped with fig jam, Pecorino Romano and microgreens. The special also includes the choice of a Bailiwick salad or butternut squash soup. The main entrée features sliced turkey breast served over apple, pine nut and dried fruit sage dressing, and is paired with fresh candied yams, seasonal vegetables and house-made cranberry sauce. To end the meal, diners can enjoy a pumpkin apple strudel with a Grand Marnier vanilla sauce.

Copper Whisk Café, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Enjoy a hearty Thanksgiving meal for $22 per person with a choice of house salad or cream of asparagus soup to start. Diners can also choose between grilled salmon served with smoked honey and red peppercorn glaze, wild rice and green been almondine, or the traditional turkey dinner for their main meal. Pumpkin pie with Chantilly cream will be served for dessert. The Thanksgiving specials are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Sam’s Town Hotel & Gaming Hall

The Angry Butcher, 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Guests at The Angry Butcher can enjoy one of two delicious dinner features, like the butcher turkey dinner for $49 or the roasted ham dinner for $46. Both dining options are served with sage stuffing, butter whipped potatoes, giblet gravy, citrus baked sweet potatoes, French green beans and cranberry compote and a winter salad. To conclude the indulgent meal, enjoy a choice of pumpkin or pecan pie topped with whipped cream.
Space is extremely limited, and reservations are highly recommended.
For those looking to enjoy the holiday from home, try a family feast to-go for $149. The 8–10 person meal
features a traditional slow-roasted Thanksgiving turkey basted with butter and sage. Sides include mashed potatoes, turkey gravy, cornbread stuffing, baked sweet potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce, dinner rolls and a whole pumpkin pie. Pre-paid orders are required by calling 702.456.777 before November 17 with pickup on Thursday, November 23 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.


Suncoast Hotel and Casino


90 NINETY Bar + Grill, 3 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Diners can dig into 90 NINETY’s Thanksgiving special with turkey meatloaf medallions served with gravy,
Yukon gold mashed potatoes, Italian sausage and sage stuffing, cranberry compote and sautéed haricot verts – all for $24.99. Reservations are recommended.

Du-par’s Restaurant & Bakery All-day (while supplies last)

Fan-favorite restaurant Du-par’s will serve a traditional turkey dinner special for $24.99 per person. The special, which is available for dine-in only, features oven-roasted turkey with cranberry stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes, giblet turkey gravy, candied yams with marshmallows and pan-fried garden vegetables. The special also includes a slice of Du-par’s pecan or apple crumble pie. Du-par’s regular menu will also be available

The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Tower

 The STRAT Hotel, Casino & Tower will invite guests to gather and give thanks with featured Thanksgiving dishes at Top of the World, PT’s Wings & Sports, STRAT Café and McCall’s Heartland Grill, available beginning Thursday, Nov. 23.

Top of the World, The STRAT’s iconic 360-degree rotating restaurant, will offer a selection of specialty dishes to honor the holiday, including a kale, apple and walnut salad topped with shaved parmesan, red onion and blueberry and balsamic vinaigrette, priced at $22; a smoked turkey dinner entrée accompanied by cranberry gastrique, sweet potato cake, sage gravy, roasted Brussels sprouts and apple cider vinaigrette, priced at $54; and pumpkin spice cheesecake, priced at $16. The featured dishes, along with the full menu, will be available exclusively on Thursday, Nov. 23.

PT’s Wings & Sports will serve an array of dishes with traditional flavors, including spinach salad with apples, candied pecans and shallot vinaigrette, priced at $11; a turkey bowl, filled with chipotle-glazed turkey breast, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, a fried turkey wing and gravy, priced at $22; slow roasted turkey served with mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, caramelized onions and almonds, cranberry relish and traditional gravy, priced at $22; and slices of pumpkin pie, priced at $11. The dishes will be available from Thursday, Nov. 23 through Saturday, Nov. 25 with the option to order as a three-course meal including the salad, choice of turkey entrée and pumpkin pie priced $39.

STRAT Café will offer a festive Thanksgiving hoagie, stuffed with slow-roasted turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing and mayo, served with french fries. The dish will be priced at $18 and available from Thursday, Nov. 23 through Saturday, Nov. 25.

McCall’s Heartland Grill will feature a specialty dish of apple pecan wood-smoked turkey served with spiced haricots verts, herb sausage stuffing, sweet potato puree, candied pecans, orange cranberry relish and gravy, priced at $49 and available from Thursday, Nov. 23 through Saturday, Nov. 25.

More information is available on the website at

La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas

La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway, Morton Group’s elegant restaurant at Wynn Las Vegas which features shareable dishes and extraordinary wines, will offer guests a Thanksgiving feast including four courses, with traditional accompaniments, exclusively available on Thursday, Nov. 23 from 2 to 9 p.m. 

Created by Executive Chef William DeMarco, La Cave’s Thanksgiving meal will feature amuse-bouche, salad, entreé and dessert, priced at $74 per person. The first course, a seasonal butternut squash soup with spiced vanilla sabayon and candied hazelnuts, is followed by a salad of kale and quinoa with roasted pumpkin, orange, pomegranate and almonds topped with a cider vinaigrette. The main course of sliced turkey breast will be accompanied by bacon, vegetable, brioche stuffing; port wine cranberry relish; and mashed potatoes with sage gravy. The feast will conclude with a traditional holiday dessert of assorted pies.  

Traditional side dishes will also be available to complement the holiday meal. Priced at $14 each, options include blistered green beans with balsamic onions; crispy Brussels sprouts topped with bacon and pomegranate seeds; roasted mushrooms with goat cheese; and candied yams topped with toasted marshmallow. La Cave’s exceptional collection of wines, with varietals from across the globe, will pair well with the holiday feast.  

Thanksgiving Feast at CRUSH, Morton Group's American Grill at MGM Grand

CRUSH, Morton Group’s American grill at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, will offer guests a holiday feast this Thanksgiving with festive entrées and savory side dishes, available exclusively on Thursday, Nov. 23. 

Available from 4:30 to 9:30 p.m, CRUSH will serve delectable dishes to celebrate the holiday. The featured entrée will include citrus-brined turkey breast with bacon, sausage and vegetable stuffing alongside mashed potatoes and cranberries, priced at $38. Additional festive sides will include roasted squash with braised kale and pine nuts; mushroom and roasted garlic polenta; green beans with crispy pancetta and parmesan; and yam gnocchi with brown butter and sage sauce, priced at $16 each.    

Guests can also pair their Thanksgiving meal with wines by the glass or bottle from CRUSH’s versatile list with varietals from all over the world. Specialty cocktails like the barrel-aged old fashioned, crafted with Frey Ranch Bourbon, Cherry Heering, Solerno blood orange liqueur, priced at $22, will also pair nicely. 

CRUSH’s regular menu will also be available. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made on the website at or by calling (702) 891-3222. 

Thanksgiving & Friendsgiving Specials in Las Vegas

Cabo Wabo Friendsgiving 

What’s better than toasting great friends on Friendsgiving? Drinking with them! Cabo Wabo Cantina, located inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, takes the day-before-Thanksgiving tradition to the next level with shareable cocktails that embrace the flavors of fall from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 22.

Now you can share your nachos and your drinks as you reminisce over your favorite Vegas stories with two shareable 32-ounce cocktails: a spiced, fruity and delicious autumn rum punch and a pumpkin spice margarita, each priced at $25.50. The autumn rum punch is a spiced fruit delight, made with Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum, owned by the Red Rocker with good friend Rick Springfield, as well as amaretto, apple cider, orange juice, cranberry juice and cinnamon. Highlighting the quintessential fall flavor of pumpkin is the pumpkin spice margarita, handcrafted with Milagro Reposado  tequila, Grand Marnier, fresh lime juice, pumpkin syrup and a dash of fall spices.

Cabo Wabo Cantina’s happy hour, available from 3 – 5 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays, will enhance the early Friendsgiving celebrations for those taking advantage of a short workday. Specials include half-off select favorites for sharing including the nacho platter made with a house  blend of cheeses, beans, jalapeños, queso sauce, cotija cheese, sour cream and guacamole; and the fundido de queso con chorizo made with oaxaca, asiago, provolone and cotija cheeses melted on a skillet with house made pork chorizo served with salsa arbol and flour tortillas. Other Cabo Wabo Cantina options include Sammy’s tequila shrimp made with Baja shrimp, a house-made Cabo Wabo tequila-lime and garlic sauce; or the Baja shrimp ceviche with gulf shrimp, cucumber, tomato, red onion, jalapeño and cilantro, served with spicy tortilla chips. 

Happy hour drinks include half off both rojo and blanco sangrías, all draft beers like Sammy’s Red Head, and half off on margaritas made with Cuervo Tradicional Tequila.

Cabo Wabo is open from 8–1 a.m. daily. Breakfast is served from 8-11 a.m. More information about Cabo Wabo is available at, by calling 702.385.2226, or by following Cabo Wabo on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook

Proper Eats Food Hall at ARIA Resort & Casino Thanksgiving Offers

  • Celebrate Thanksgiving in the palm of your hand with mini pumpkin pie tarts made available only on Thanksgiving at any of Proper Eats’ kiosks or QR code menus

  • Enjoy the music of Sunrise Sunset at Easy’s Cocktail Lounge 
punk rock museum

The Punk Rock Museum 

From November 6th through November 15th the museum will be hosting a Thanksgiving food drive for HELP of Southern Nevada. Anyone donating a non-perishable food item will receive $10.00 off a general admission ticket.

Tailgate Social Sports Bar & Grill


    • Available exclusively on Thanksgiving Day, Tailgate will feature two specials: the Lil’ Robbie sandwich, made with slow roasted turkey, topped with house-made stuffing, cranberry sauce and cranberry aioli, priced at $17; and the classic Thanksgiving plate, featuring herb-roasted white turkey with whipped mashed potatoes and gravy, served with house-made stuffing and cranberry sauce, priced at $27. 

    • Tailgate will open at noon on Thanksgiving Day to broadcast the Dallas Cowboys versus Washington Commanders game at 1:30 p.m., followed by Seattle Seahawks against the San Francisco 49ers at 5:20 p.m.

Thanksgiving Resources

LVMPD Foundation to Provide 500 Turkey Dinners to Kick Off Holiday Season

he Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Foundation will kick off the holiday season by partnering with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to provide Thanksgiving meals to 500 Southern Nevada families facing food insecurity.  The Foundation, which plans to make an investment of approximately $25,000 in this initiative, seeks community donations and encourages donations of at least $85 that will feed a family of four for the holiday. 

The Thanksgiving meal kits include a turkey from Shetakis Food Service Wholesalers and a grocery bag from Three Square containing all the groceries needed to prepare a robust holiday meal, including vegetables, sauces, soups, pie filling and more.  The holiday meal kits will be distributed to families in underserved communities by law enforcement from 10 LVMPD Area Commands and the Office of Community Engagement.

Metro’s dedication to the well-being of Southern Nevada residents goes beyond its law enforcement duties to create stronger bonds and humanize the badge to challenge stereotypes and biases.  The LVMPD Foundation’s continued partnership with LVMPD supports initiatives throughout the year to support trust and enhance cooperation for safer communities.

“Food insecurity continues to be a problem in Southern Nevada with the post-pandemic hardship caused by rising costs of food, inflation, and the gradual expiration of multiple pandemic-era government assistance measures,” said Olivia Smith, Director of Community Engagement of the LVMPD Foundation.  “The Foundation and its community partners are making this investment to mitigate food security for Southern Nevada families, especially during the holiday season.”

Donate today to provide a Thanksgiving meal to a family in need, please visit: