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This Thanksgiving, Let Vegas Do the Cooking

best Thanksgiving dinners in Vegas

Another Thanksgiving, another turkey burned. The good news? We’ve got the lowdown on the best Thanksgiving dinners in Vegas that don’t require a fire extinguisher. Cozy up with your family and friends with these delicious Thanksgiving dinners available for pickup or dine-in from the Las Vegas Strip, downtown, and around the Valley.

Bazaar Meat by José Andrés

2535 S Las Vegas Blvd
$110 per person

If you feel the urge to splurge, Bazaar Meat by José Andrés serves up some of the most innovative and best Thanksgiving dinners in Vegas. Located inside the Sahara Las Vegas, Bazaar Meat features ground-breaking culinary artistry, combining traditional and avant-garde Spanish dishes. 

Bazaar’s 2021 Thanksgiving dinner will be available from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and will include a gourmet array of Ferran Adria olives, croquetas de pavo with turkey-béchamel fritters, endive Caesar salad with parmesan, anchovy, and air croutons, green bean casserole with wild mushrooms and crispy shallots, cheesy Delmonico potatoes, spiced cranberries with mandarins and cinnamon, and butifarra cornbread stuffing with piquillo confit. 

For your main course, choose from Bill Niman Ranch Heritage turkey with a sous-vide breast, confit leg and traditional gravy, or Josper-Roasted Monkfish with Mojo Verde. You’ll be thankful for dessert too, with options like pecan tart, layered pumpkin cake, and apple pie cream puff.

Buddy V’s Ristorante

3327 S Las Vegas Blvd
$54 per person ($17.95 for children under 10)

You know him best from TLC’s Cake Boss, but Buddy Valastro has also made a name for himself with several Las Vegas restaurants. For the holiday, you can experience one of the best Thanksgiving dinners in Vegas at Buddy V’s Ristorante, located inside the Venetian.

This year’s homestyle Italian-American menu includes an appetizer of roasted butternut squash soup with apple-squash compote, spiced pepitas and panna dolce. For your main entree, enjoy slow-roasted turkey breast with turkey sausage, pancetta-herb stuffing, sweet yams, cranberry relish, and classic gravy. For dessert, sink your teeth into Buddy’s pumpkin bundt cake with a maple glaze and candied pecans. Add a bottle of Prosecco for $28 or custom wine pairings for $24 per person.


3131 S Las Vegas Blvd
$89 per person

Delilah, located inside the Wynn, suffered more than one delayed opening thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. But it turns out this restaurant was well worth the wait. If you haven’t yet spent an evening amid the live music and retro vibes of this modern supper club, now’s the perfect time. Thanksgiving dinner will be served from 4:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.

Delilah’s three-course prix fixe menu includes honeynut squash soup with brown butter brioche, spiced crème fraiche, poached sultana raisins, and toasted pepitas, roasted turkey Wellington with wild mushroom stuffing, herb crepe, puff pastry, vin jaune gravy, pomme puree, cranberry sauce, green bean casserole, and candied yams, and a pumpkin tart with whipped vanilla ganache for dessert. 

Hash House A Go Go

8600 W Sahara Ave
6 meals for $179.99

Hash House A Go Go normally takes a twisted approach to traditional farm food, offering up signature dishes like sage-fried chicken and waffles and their famous stuffed burger. For Thanksgiving, however, they’re sticking to a more classic holiday takeout menu. While the lineup may seem conventional, we’re willing to bet the taste will be anything but.

Thanksgiving Dinner 2 Go Go has two offerings this year. For the full Hash House experience, go for the six full Thanksgiving meals, which includes a fully cooked and seasoned spatchcock turkey, cornbread stuffing, rich turkey gravy, garlic mashed potatoes, candied yams, green beans, mac and cheese, cranberry sauce, buttermilk biscuits with jam, and pumpkin pie with whipped cream. If you’ve got the turkey handled, you can also order delicious sides for up to six people for just $99.99. 

Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ

11011 W Charleston Blvd
Meals from $21.99 per person

Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ, located at Red Rock Resort, is serving up Southern hospitality and one of the best Thanksgiving dinners in Vegas this year, with both dine-in and to-go options. Restaurant specials include Thanksgiving dinners for $30.99 and kids’ plates for just $15.99. Choose from slow-smoked turkey or ham and pair with sides like garlic mashed potatoes, mashed sweet potatoes, seasonal vegetables, southern stuffing, giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, biscuits with apple butter, and a slice of pumpkin pie.

If you’re looking for some of the tastiest, most economic Thanksgiving takeout, opt for the Thanksgiving Family Feast. For just $21.99 per person, it comes with your choice of a whole smoked turkey, sliced smoked turkey, sliced ham with Coca Cola glaze, or sliced smoked turkey and ham along with all the fixings for a family of ten. 

Mon Ami Gabi

3655 S Las Vegas Blvd
Meals from $39.95 per person

Every year, Mon Ami Gabi blows us away with Thanksgiving feasts fit for a king in a classic bistro setting on the Strip. This year, your favorite French eatery inside the Paris Hotel will be offering Thanksgiving to-go meals in addition to dine-in specials from 11:00 am. to 10:00 p.m. on November 25.

For your first course, choose from smoked salmon with pumpkin spice brioche, black peppercorn crème fraîche, and chives, or endive and pear salad with blue cheese and walnuts. Then, savor a bowl of Mon Ami Gabi’s specialty pumpkin soup with amaretto cream puff, followed by a main course of herb-roasted turkey with caramelized yams, garlic and sage cornbread stuffing, French green beans, potato purée, bourbon gravy, and vanilla-cranberry relish. For dessert, choose from either pumpkin bread pudding with maple crème anglaise and vanilla ice cream, or pecan chocolate tart with caramel sauce and vanilla whipped cream. 

NoButcher Vegan Deli

3565 S Rainbow Blvd #110
A la carte options from $9 – $34

Thanksgiving can be a tough holiday for vegans and vegetarians when the main course is…well, a giant bird. Luckily, restaurants like NoButcher exist to make finding the best Thanksgiving dinners in Vegas easy for those who don’t eat meat.

NoButcher’s a la carte Thanksgiving feast includes 100% plant-based options like NoTurkey roast, roasted brussel sprouts, broccoli kale slaw, classic herb-seasoned stuffing, rich and creamy gravy, sweet and tart cranberry sauce, garlic roasted potatoes, NoCrab cake sliders, and fresh-baked cherry and berry crisp. Each item is designed to feed between 4 – 6 people. Order online to pick up on November 23 – November 24, 2021.

See more of our picks for the best vegan restaurants in Las Vegas.

SoulBelly BBQ

1327 S Main Street
6 meals from $175

Chef Bruce Kalman of Top Chef fame opened SoulBelly BBQ earlier this year in the Downtown Arts District. For Thanksgiving, the restaurant is offering feasts to feed anywhere from 4 – 10 guests. 

Each meal kit comes with rolls and butter, smoked turkey breast and gravy, mushroom and sausage dressing, Yukon gold mashed potatoes, buttered green beans with almonds, candied yams with marshmallows and maple syrup, and your choice of either traditional pumpkin pie or chocolate silk pie. True to its BBQ roots, SoulBelly is also offering extras like smoked beef tri-tip, pork, hatch chile, and cheddar hot links, Gigi’s corn casserole, and pigs in a blanket for an additional charge.


3327 S Las Vegas Blvd
A la carte options from $14 – $27

Craving something a little different this Thanksgiving? Head to SUSHISAMBA at the Palazzo.This unique restaurant fuses Japanese, Peruvian, and Brazilian flavors into an incredible dining experience for all. Start your evening off with a pumpkin spice old fashioned, made with Japanese whiskey, house-made pumpkin syrup, and bitters garnished with burnt cinnamon. Then whet your appetite with some Berkshire pork gyoza with kabocha purée and agave ponzu before you dig into some mojo roasted organic turkey with chorizo quinoa stuffing, crispy brussels sprouts, and gravy. For dessert, don’t miss the kabocha squash cheese tart, made with sesame cheesecake, caramel biscuit, kabocha spiced mousse, a graham cracker crust, and buttermilk yuzu ice cream. 

Top of the World

2000 S Las Vegas Blvd
$99 per person

For an intimate and upscale Thanksgiving dinner with gorgeous views of the surrounding cityscape, book a table at the Top of the World restaurant, located on the106th floor of the STRAT. This year’s Thanksgiving prix fixe menu includes a kale, farro, and barley salad with white wine poached apples and pears, dried cranberry, shaved red onion, and spiced apple and shallot vinaigrette, cranberry glazed turkey roulade with sage cornbread stuffing, apple cider vinegar whipped butternut squash, potato purée, roasted turkey gravy, and bourbon-infused dark chocolate pot de crème for dessert. 

There’s Always Something To Do (Or Eat) In Las Vegas

From five-star celebrity chef restaurants to all-you-can-eat buffets, Las Vegas offers great bites for almost any palate, all year round. For more ideas on what to do, see, and eat during your next Sin City getaway, check out our blog and be sure to follow us on Facebook.

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