LAS VEGAS (Nov. 09, 2018) – Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas Resorts invite guests to give thanks and celebrate Thanksgiving with more than 20 restaurants offering holiday-inspired menus and specials. Restaurants participating in the holiday festivities include:
The award-winning Bacchanal Buffet will transform into an extravagant Thanksgiving feast, offering traditional and non-traditional selections. On Thanksgiving Day ($79.99/person) from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., guests can enjoy espresso and sea salt crusted prime rib, herb roasted turkey, citrus chipotle sweet potato mash, elote bites with carnitas and poblano cilantro cream, steamed clams in spicy chorizo broth, butternut squash ravioli in sage brown butter, chestnut soup, wild mushroom risotto and more, all in addition to the vast dinner offerings like snow and king crab, pacific oysters, roasted bone marrow, roasted Wagyu beef, Jonah crab claws and more. For those wanting to do Thanksgiving brunch, a festive menu will be available beginning Wednesday, Nov. 21 to Sunday, Nov. 25 from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Gordon Ramsay HELL’S KITCHEN
Celebrating its first Thanksgiving, Gordon Ramsay HELL’S KITCHEN will offer a prix fixe menu ($75/person), complete with Ramsay signature dishes. For the first course, guests can choose between a beet salad with Greek yogurt, pomegranate and pumpkin seed granola or pumpkin soup with Tuscan kale, granny smith apples and a tempura seed tuile. For the main course, experience a twist on Ramsay’s famed dish with the turkey Wellington, served with potato puree, glazed Brussel sprouts and turkey jus with sides of chestnut stuffing and cranberry sauce. For dessert, enjoy the sticky toffee pudding with speculoos ice cream. A wine pairing completes the meal for $120/person and compliments each course perfectly.
Celebrate the holiday with Bobby Flay’s take on Thanksgiving. Open from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Mesa Grill will offer several holiday items, in addition to its innovative Southwestern dishes. Featured items include: a jumbo lump crab cake made with a habanero tartar sauce, avocado crema and pickled chili slaw; horseradish-maple glazed turkey with orange-sage butter, creamed kale, sweet potato gratin, wild mushroom-chorizo cornbread stuffing, smoked chili gravy and cranberry-tangerine relish; and a porterhouse pork chop made with a pomegranate glaze, apple mustardo, pumpkin tamale and cranberry butter. Finish the meal on a sweet note with apple pie served with cinnamon ice cream.
Old Homestead Steakhouse
The traditional East Coast steakhouse is offering a three-course, prix fixe menu ($69/person) with an assortment of holiday favorites for guests to enjoy. Start with a classic Caesar salad or butternut squash soup, followed by oven roasted turkey served with apple sausage and giblet gravy or upgrade to a duo of bird and beef with turkey with and an 8 ounce filet mignon with all the trimmings. Included sides are sweet potatoes with marshmallow topping and Brussel sprouts. End with a slice of traditional pumpkin pie or pecan pie.
What better way to celebrate with friends and family than at Rao’s, one of the oldest family-owned restaurants in the country? Offering traditional holiday dishes and delicious Italian cuisine, Rao’s three-course, prix fixe Thanksgiving dinner menu ($65/person) has something to offer for the whole family. The first course gives guests a choice of butternut squash and roasted apple bisque, frisee salad or Portobello friti. The second course offers a variety of dishes to choose from including oven-roasted turkey or duck cannelloni. Dessert options include a choice of pumpkin cheesecake or Dutch apple pie. An assortment of a la carte sides include traditional stuffing, cranberry sauce, roasted Brussel sprouts, candied yams and mac and cheese.
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is getting into the Thanksgiving spirit with a three-course, prix fixe menu ($65/person) including Ramsay’s twist on holiday favorites. Guests will enjoy sweet potato soup with sage and bacon brown butter or a Brussel salad with bread pudding to start. For the main course, enjoy turkey leg pie made with root vegetables. For dessert, enjoy spiced apple pie. Elevate your experience with the perfect wine and beer pairing for $95/person.
Bally’s Las Vegas
American steakhouse, BLT Steak, is offering a prix fixe menu with the choice of appetizer, entrée, side and dessert ($75/person) in honor of Thanksgiving. To start, guests can choose Celeriac soup or squash salad, followed by entrees including dry-aged prime rib, roasted turkey and Scottish salmon. To complement the meal, guests can choose from sides including chestnut-sausage stuffing, Brussel sprouts gratin and sweet potato puree. Pumpkin tart and cranberry spiced bread pudding are offered for dessert. All items can also be ordered a la carte.
Not only is Thanksgiving rich in history and delicious food, but it is also a day for football fans to rejoice. Take in the games at the sports-centric restaurant while enjoying holiday dishes such as roasted root vegetable salad ($12), roasted turkey ($18), pumpkin cheesecake ($8) and traditional apple pie ($8).
Award-winning celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis has prepared a Thanksgiving menu that combines holiday favorites with her signature California-inspired Italian cuisine ($90/person). Starting with an antipasti platter of fennel crostini, prosciutto di parma, percorino Toscano cheese with honey comb and butternut squash caponata. For the second course, guests can choose between The De Laurentiis Holiday salad made with Tuscan kale, candied walnuts and Midnight Moon goat cheese or roasted acorn squash soup with parmesan croutons and apple chutney. The main entrée is a turkey dinner of white and dark meat served with sweet and salty mashed potatoes, fennel stuffin’ muffin, green beans and cranberry mostarda. To finish, guests can choose between “souffled” pumpkin cheesecake with Pepita brittle and cinnamon sweet cream gelato or a chocolate walnut tart with stracciatella gelato.
Flamingo Las Vegas
Paradise Garden Buffet
The only things better than an all-you-can-eat buffet is a buffet with a view of the Flamingo Las Vegas’ Wildlife Habitat and a menu featuring all of the traditional Thanksgiving favorites. Paradise Garden Buffet’s Thanksgiving menu will feature a carving board station serving honey glazed bone-in ham, slow cook roasted turkey, herb roasted leg of lamb and smoke Kielbasa sausage. Specialty dishes include chicken tamale, pork shu mai, shrimp and grits, sage stuffing, pork bulgogi ramen, yam casserole and more. Salted caramel pecan tarts, petite sour cherry cobblers, pumpkin-spiced cheesecake and apple pie parfaits are a few of the many desserts that will be offered on the holiday-inspired menu.
Center Cut Steakhouse
Spicing up its delicious steakhouse entrees with traditional, up-scale Turkey Day dishes, Center Cut Steakhouse is offering a four-course, prix fixe menu ($59.95/person) to celebrate. To start, enjoy a butternut squash and fennel soup, followed by a lacinato kale salad made with Nueske’s bacon, hearts of palm, granny smith apple and huckleberry vin. Then, feast on herb roasted turkey breast, sage and rye stuffing, green beans almandine, baked sweet potato with maple-bourbon butter and marshmallow crema and cranberry compote. Don’t miss the festive chef’s choice dessert. Each course can also be ordered a la carte.
Harrah’s Las Vegas
This Thanksgiving, Flavors Buffet is pulling out all the stops for a memorable and delicious holiday. In addition to Flavor’s vast daily menu, guests can celebrate with a lineup of festive dishes including shrimp artichoke salad, duck al orange, watermelon chipotle barbecue St. Louis baby back ribs, almond-crusted cod with lemon bur blanc, Oyster Rockefeller topped with spinach Pernod and much more. Don’t skip the dessert selection with pumpkin roll with cream cheese filling, fruit tarts, carrot cake, apple and cherry pie, a large sugar-free selection and more.
Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill
Celebrate a country Thanksgiving at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill. The three-course dinner ($25/person) includes butternut squash bisque made with bourbon whipped crème fraiche and Applewood bacon bits and Toby’s spiced-rubbed slow roasted turkey dinner with spice-rubbed, white meat turkey, mashed potatoes, cornbread dressing, braised collard greens, mini roasted sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and herb-infused turkey gravy. End the meal with a holiday favorite – pumpkin pie!
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
In addition to showcasing one of the best views of the Las Vegas Strip, the iconic Ruth’s Chris Steak House will serve a multi-course Thanksgiving meal for $77/person. To start guests can choose between lobster bisque, Caesar salad or steak house salad. For the entrée course, guests can pick either the roasted turkey breast dinner with housemade gravy, stuffing and cranberry sauce or an 8 ounce petite filet with shrimp. Mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, sautéed mushrooms and creamed spinach are the side dish options. For dessert, guests will end the meal with pumpkin cheesecake a la mode.
The LINQ Hotel & Casino
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar
Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar is offering the best of both worlds this Thanksgiving—the traditional and non-traditional. The T-Day Turkey Burger features a grilled turkey burger with everything stuffing, cranberry relish and mayonnaise served on a brioche bun. Guy’s Turkey Dinner is served with house smoked turkey breast, everything stuffing, smoked sweet potatoes, fresh peas, bourbon cream gravy and cranberry relish, all for $32.50.
Paris Las Vegas
Gordon Ramsay Steak
Seasonal dishes are what make internationally-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay’s steakhouse stand out during the holiday season. This Thanksgiving, the award-winning restaurant is featuring a turkey breast Wellington served with foie gras, pistachio stuffing, cranberry sauce, root vegetable pave, crispy Brussel leaves and turkey jus and a spiced pumpkin tart topped with candied hazelnuts and Chantilly cream.
Café St. Louis
Café St. Louis will offer a three-course, prix fixe menu ($45/person) featuring all the holiday classics along with a few Parisian favorites. For the first course, guests can choose between French onion soup, roasted pumpkin soup or spinach and hazelnut salad. For the second course, guests can choose from aged ribeye or turkey and stuffing. To make sure guests leave on a sweet note, pumpkin cheesecake and traditional apple pie are available for dessert.
Le Village Buffet
From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., the French-style buffet will be serving a bottomless feast ($36.99/person) for Thanksgiving. Crab legs, red beet and goat cheese salad, brown butter fall mushrooms with hazelnuts and whole-wheat penne, roasted duck with red cherry glaze, spicy Southern ham, roasted turkey, soy glazed salmon, a selection of sweet and savory crepes made to order and Granny Smith apple cheesecake are some of the dishes that guests can look forward to filling up on this holiday.
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino
Spice Market Buffet
Spice Market Buffet will have hand-carved specialties and a holiday fare station this Thanksgiving from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Known for featuring unique cuisine from around the world, the buffet ($29.99/person) will give diners a chance to experience globally-inspired dishes while still enjoying their favorite traditional holiday entrees including honey glazed ham, jerk chicken, herb crusted prime rib, roasted turkey breast, sausage and sage stuffing, shrimp scampi and more. Save room for pumpkin crème brulee, mini cherry streusel, apple cobbler, just to name a few of the numerous dessert options.
Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino
All-American Bar & Grille
Staying true to its name, All-American Bar & Grille is serving up an All-American traditional Thanksgiving feast. For $29 per person, guests can experience a house salad, glass of house wine or domestic beer, all the fixings of roasted turkey, roasted vegetables, stuffing, giblet gravy, boursin mashed potatoes, baby vegetables, cranberry relish and dinner rolls. Dinner would not be complete without a slice of pumpkin or apple pie.
Hash House A Go Go
One of the city’s favorite dining establishments, Hash House A Go Go is getting into the Thanksgiving spirit with a turkey benedict made with carved turkey breast, griddled mashed potatoes, stuffing turkey gravy and scrambled eggs for $18.99. For those with a sweet tooth, try the pumpkin pie pancake sprinkled with pie crust and topped with whipped cream for $11.99.
Rio Holiday Feast To-Go
Enjoy Thanksgiving in the comfort of your own home, without the hassle of cooking an entire feast with the help of Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino’s talented chef team. To make your holiday preparations even easier, the Rio offers curb-side pick-up so you don’t have to get out of your car. Guests can choose from a variety of feast options that are hot and ready-to-enjoy, including:
Roasted Turkey Holiday Box ($110) – roasted turkey breast & dark meat / Rio chef’s sides
Prime Rib Holiday Box ($165) – herb marinated prime rib / cabernet au jus / creamed horseradish / Rio chef’s sides
Ham Holiday Box ($120) – quarter ham with honey apricot glaze / Rio chef’s sides
Ham & Roasted Turkey Holiday Box ($140) – roasted turkey breast & dark meat / Rio chef’s sides
Roasted Turkey & Prime Rib Holiday Box ($175)- roasted turkey breast & dark meat / prime rib / Rio chef’s sides
Rio Holiday ‘Ultimate Feast’ ($190) – roasted turkey breast & dark meat / quarter ham / prime rib/ Rio chef’s sides
Chef sides include: apple sage stuffing, cranberry sauce, turkey gravy, yam casserole, roasted beets, whole apple or pumpkin pie and more. The dinner feasts serve four to six people. A la carte options available as well.
Guests are asked to pre-order their feast before Thanksgiving by ordering in-person at All-American Bar & Grille or call 702-777-776