Why Not Let Las Vegas Do Thanks Giving Dinner This Year?

Don’t let this be just another Thanksgiving and another over-cooked turkey dinner that leaves you with a refrigerator full of leftovers that may not all get eaten. Why not let Las Vegas cook Thanksgiving dinner for you this year? Lucky for you, we’ve got the 4-1-1 on the best places to enjoy a festive dinner. So get together with family and/or friends and enjoy these Thanksgiving Dinner spots that offer dine-in or take-out options:

Buddy V’s Ristorante – you probably recognize him as Buddy Valastro from TLC’s “Cake Boss”, however, he’s built a great reputation with several restaurants in Las Vegas to his credit. Located within the confines of the Venetian, you’ll be treated to one of the best Thanksgiving dinners in Las Vegas at Buddy V’s. This year’s menu includes many favorites such as slow-roasted turkey breast with turkey sausage stuffing, classic gravy, cranberry relish, and sweet yams.

Hash House A Go Go – despite a menu that features traditional farm foods, they’ll be sticking to a more conventional holiday takeout menu and serving a Thanksgiving meal for 6. The meal features a fully cooked and seasoned spatchcock turkey with cornbread stuffing and gravy, buttermilk biscuits and jam, candied yams, cranberry sauce, garlic mashed potatoes, green beans, mac and cheese, and pumpkin pie with whipped cream.

Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ – located at Red Rock Resort off I-215 and Charleston Blvd., you’ll be treated to Southern hospitality as well as one of the best Thanksgiving dinners in the city. Take your pick of slow-smoked ham or turkey paired with tasty side dishes cranberry sauce, garlic mashed potatoes, giblet gravy, mashed sweet potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and southern stuffing. Don’t forget pumpkin pie for dessert.

Top of the World – situated on the 106th floor of the Strat Hotel, Top of the World restaurant offers a more intimate and upscale Thanksgiving atmosphere with stunning panoramic views of the Las Vegas cityscape and skyline. This year’s fare will include a barley, faro, and kale salad topped with dried cranberry, shaved red onion, spiced apple and shallot vinaigrette, and white wine poached apples and pears. The main course includes cranberry glazed turkey with sage cornbread stuffing and roasted turkey gravy, potato purée, whipped butternut squash, and dark chocolate pot de crème for dessert.

Isn’t that the most relaxing way of enjoying traditional Thanksgiving? We know that with all that food weighing you down, you’ll be craving a good night’s rest. We can provide that at the Downtowner Boutique Hotel. With modern amenities and quality services, you would enjoy your stay here. Call us at (702) 553-2553 today to make your Thanksgiving reservation early.

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